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UCAS code: L17

The University of Law offers a wide range of law, business, criminology, policing, psychology and computer science degrees. Courses are offered across 6 campuses in the UK (including London Bloomsbury, Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham, Leeds and Nottingham), as well as online. We aim to prepare you for a professional career with a range of study options to meet your needs.
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Student satisfaction score 76% Low

Number of students

10,140

students attended last year

What students say about this university

66 comments (12 students)
    • The first course we did was Academic and Digital Skills which helped learned how to do legal research using legal databases which I have never heard of until I got to university. It also taught me how to OSCOLA reference which I have never done in my entire life which helped with my other courses when completing my coursework. The lecturers are very kind and approachable so no one is afraid to ask questions when needed.

      2024, 1st year student, Law

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    • Since I do not live in the uni accommodation I cannot really review its conditions.

      2024, 1st year student, Law

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    • The university's way of teaching through workshops is very effective due to being able to do analyse cases by applying the law we learn in lectures. Furthermore, the university's employability portal is useful when trying to find work experience which actually involves interaction with clients.

      2024, 1st year student, Law

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    • I liked how the Law Society this year organised the Christmas parties for all uni students.

      2024, 1st year student, Law

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    • Since the uni is near Oxford Street, there are lots of places to eat at during lunch, whether it's korean, thai, japanese, everything is included. Usually, there are lots of people out at the cafes nearby or the pubs which makes the are more lively.

      2024, 1st year student, Law

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    • The library is the best since it is always quite for me to be able to concentrate on my work and the chairs and couches are always comfortable. The cyber lounge is the best place to hand out with friends or if you wanna study but don't want the silent environment of the library.

      2024, 1st year student, Law

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