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World leader in law and business

The University of Law is a world leader in legal and business education dating back to 1876. It offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in law and business, as well as an extensive selection of post qualification law and professional development courses in eight fully resourced modern campuses around the UK, each located near thriving commercial hubs, leading law firms and transport links. It is opening two new campuses this year in Hong Kong and Nottingham in the UK, and also has partnerships with the University of Liverpool and the University of Exeter.

Whether your ambition is to work as a lawyer or in another industry, studying at The University of Law will ensure you’ll get the best possible start to your career. With a global, alumni group with over 64,000 members in 11,800 businesses and organisations and by working with 90 of the top 100 UK law firms, and with a wide range of barristers’ chambers, it aims to give students excellent networking opportunities.

With its national presence and strong connections with the profession, The University of Law is able to offer an extensive range of employer talks, workshops and careers fairs for students to engage and interact with potential employers.

Furthermore, all tutors are qualified solicitors, barristers or judges, many still practicing, ensuring that students will benefit from their insight into today’s legal world. It is no surprise therefore that it has been awarded Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework for its teaching and learning outcomes. Students also have the benefit of gaining access and membership to the Chartered Management Institution (CMI).

The university’s expert legal careers and employability service is one of the largest in the UK, with over 30 experts across the country providing one to one support. The University of Law runs probably the largest and most varied legal pro bono programme in UK legal education, each year offering 3,700 opportunities for you to put your skills into practice. It runs a wide range of programmes and was at the forefront of pioneering pro bono opportunities for law students as its programmes have been nominated for a number of awards.

The University of Law, Guildford (LPC)

The University of Law is the ideal place for an international student to study as it has a very diverse student demographic and there is an abundance of opportunities to join different societies and engage with other students. You will have many opportunities to get involved in a rich social and sporting life at The University of Law – at whichever campus you choose to study. You are automatically a member of the University’s Student Association, which is tasked to enhance and improve your student and academic experience, by having a strong representation structure, extra-curricular activities, clubs and societies and much more.

The University of Law’s international team makes regular visits to Cyprus to participate in fairs and exhibitions and is always very keen to talk to prospective Cypriot students. As the Cypriot Apolytirion is accepted for entry requirements, it has a growing number of Cypriot students studying on Undergraduate courses and a significant number of Cypriot students studying on Postgraduate courses.

It is at the heart of legal education as the acknowledged leader in innovative, professional legal education for prospective lawyers and professional development training for those already qualified.
No matter what stage in your career you are in, your future starts here.

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