With nine centres located across the UK, The University of Law provides vocational training to future lawyers, both in-class and online.
The postgraduate courses which you can study are:
The University is the longest provider of law education in the UK. Classes are small, allowing plenty of opportunities for you to spend quality time with tutors, 90% of whom are qualified solicitors, barristers and judges.
With an extensive list of industry connections, the University also offers you the chance to gain valuable work experience in law firms during your studies.
Each of the University’s centres is located in a central university town, meaning there’s plenty to do and see in your spare time. Centres are located in Birmingham, Bristol, Chester, Exeter, Guildford, Leeds, London (Bloomsbury), London (Moorgate) and Manchester. Throughout the year, each centre organises an array of social activities for you to enjoy, such as a Christmas and summer ball.
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The University of Law is the UK's longest-established specialist provider of legal education. Some of the popular postgraduate programmes that are offers by the UOL are - LLM in International Legal Practice, Graduate Diploma in Law, LLM in Professional Legal Practice and the PG Certificate in Professional Legal Practice.
At our open day, you can find out more about the courses offered at the University.