The University of Law is one of the longest-established providers of legal education and training in the United Kingdom and also the largest law school in the UK.
ULaw has sixteen campuses in the UK: Birmingham, Bristol, Chester, Guildford, Leeds, London (Bloomsbury and Moorgate), Manchester, Nottingham, Newcastle, Norwich, Exeter, Reading, Liverpool, Sheffield and Southampton, as well as an international branch in Hong Kong and Berlin.
The University of Law offers Bachelor, Master programmes and professional training courses such as the Legal Practice Course (LPC), Bar Practice Course (BPC) and Solicitor’s Qualifying Examination (SQE) courses. These can be studied on campus or online.
In June 2021 university was awarded 5 stars in the World University Rankings, by global higher education analysts, QS (Quacquarelli Symonds). According to QS standards a typical five-star institution is “generally world-class in a broad range of areas, enjoys an excellent reputation and has cutting-edge facilities and internationally renowned research and teaching faculty.”
On the top of achieving an overall 5 Star rating as an institution and for the Law subject, ULaw has achieved 5 stars in Teaching, Employability, Online Learning, Academic Development and Inclusiveness and 4 stars for Specialist Criteria for LLB and Internationalisation.
The University of Law does not feature in the Academic Ranking of World Universities or Times Higher Education university rankings, as these rankings exclude small and specialist institutions.
In order to optimise the delivery of academic courses with the adoption of digital technologies, ULaw introduced a new model looking through five pillars: Teaching Excellence, Data, Design, Assessment and Student Experience.
These will be underpinned by four themes: Inclusivity, Distinctiveness, Sustainability and Impact.
The learning, teaching and assessment are within a hybridised model, deploying more incredible digital technologies to offer tomorrow’s students an outstanding and distinguishable learning pathway.