University of Law
, South East, United Kingdom

The University of Law is one of the UK's longest-established specialist providers of legal education. Its origins can be traced back to 1876 with the formation of the leading tutorial firm Gibson & Weldon, and later on, with the establishment of The Law Society School of Law. In 1962 the two were amalgamated to establish The College of Law. UoL was the first-ever independent institution to be granted degree awarding powers and not long after, in 2012 they gained university title.

The University 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. Over the years, we have worked with virtually every UK law firm to help meet their training and development needs, with many firms sending their trainees exclusively to us.

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The University of Law has  centres in 12 towns and cities across the UK, and students can also study online. 

  • Birmingham
  • Bristol
  • Chester
  • Exeter
  • Guildford
  • Leeds
  • Liverpool
  • London Bloomsbury and Moorgate
  • Manchester
  • Norwich
  • Nottingham
  • Reading

All University of Law centres provide a comfortable and stimulating learning environment for international students.

Student Guide

 The University of Law has students from over 120 different nationalities who contribute to a thriving international community throughout our campuses.

We understand that moving to a new country to study is a big and exciting decision and we want to support you each step of the way to help you to settle into UK life as much as possible. Our Student The support team provides welfare-related advice and guidance on a number of concerns around student life you might face during your time here.

We are here to ensure that you can make the most of this exciting and rewarding opportunity in the UK and will be here from the beginning until the end to support you.