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The University of Law offers undergraduate Law degrees online and in 8 cities across the UK: Birmingham, Bristol, Chester, Guildford, Leeds, London Bloomsbury, Manchester and Nottingham.

All of our campuses are close to thriving commercial centres, leading law firms, businesses and transport links. And if you want to study in more than one city, or change course to follow your passion, you may be able to with our Switch It Up facility*.

Our undergraduate Business courses can be studied at: London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester, and from September 2020 in Nottingham.

Policing and Criminology degrees: Our BA (Hons) Criminology degree** and, our BSc (Hons) Professional Policing degree (subject to validation) can be studied in Birmingham, Leeds and London Bloomsbury. Our BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology degree** can be studied in addition at Manchester.

So whether it’s the bustling cities of London and Manchester or the heritage-rich Guildford and Chester that appeal, all of our campuses provide a first-class professional learning environment.

We also offer a variety of postgraduate legal training courses at each campus, including the GDL, LPC and BPTC. The Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) and Legal Practice Course (LPC) are available at all campuses as well as the University of Exeter, the University of Liverpool and the University of Reading, as well as at our first international campus in Hong Kong from September 2019. The Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) is available at our campuses in Birmingham, Leeds and London.

Our Postgraduate Business courses are available at London Bloomsbury, with a range of MScs and MBAs to choose from. We also offer a number of Postgraduate Business courses online or to study in Berlin.

Courses available vary by campus.

Library and study facilities:  all our campuses have well-equipped IT suites, comprehensive libraries, quiet study areas, and vibrant study spots.

In addition, as part of our partnership with The Chartered Management Institute (CMI), ULaw Business School students also have access to an online resource portal which is home to the largest management library in the UK, with over 15,000 books about management and leadership.

Careers and Employability:  ULaw has a specialist careers and employability service, one of the largest in the UK, with over 30 experts providing one-to-one support to our students. As part of our ongoing commitment to supporting your ambitions, we are offering our 2019 undergraduate students the opportunity to attend our International Leadership Summer School in Berlin, where you can develop key soft skills and explore this exciting city with your fellow ULaw students. 

For our undergraduate ULaw Business School students, in addition to our careers service, the CMI provides a Career Development Centre, with a CV building tool and review service to help you make the most of your experience and land your dream job. 300 hiring managers offer up advice on acing your next interview, and the CMI vacancy database means you can keep a look out for your next opportunity. The CMI also offers an online Mentoring Service made up of 120,000 members – you’ll be matched with a mentor based on your skills, experience and industry of interest. Find out more about our partnership with the CMI, and all the benefits offered on our website.

Experience Student Life: when you join ULaw as a student, you will automatically become a member of the Student Association (SA). The SA works to improve the student academic experience, and organises events, clubs and societies across our campuses. Some of our campuses also have free associate membership to their local university Student Union.

Disability Support:  our disability support service provides confidential, professional and accessible services for students with any impairment, disability, medical condition or injury at ULaw.

Heath & wellbeing: we strive to provide plenty of support and assistance to accommodate the needs of any and all of our students. Whether it’s the confidential support from our Counselling Service, or through the sports clubs and societies run by our SA, we take pride in offering you a variety of resources to help keep you both mentally and physically fit during your studies. As a student of ULaw, you’ll get access to Big White Wall, an online mental health and wellbeing service, which provides 24/7 peer and professional support which is monitored by trained counsellors.

Clubs and Societies: there are a broad range of clubs and societies across each of our campuses managed by the Student Association. For example, International Society, Adventure Sports Club, Cake Club, Cocktail Society, plus more.

Student Support: you’ll be assigned a personal tutor, to make sure you’re getting the best from your course and as someone to talk to when you need to. With regular 1-1 meetings, you’ll be able to get advice on the course and your aspirations.

Funding Options: there is a lot to consider when choosing to study at university – the two main costs to think about are tuition fees and living costs.


Find out more about our undergraduate law fees and funding options


Or for undergraduate business courses


*Switch It Up facility – T&Cs apply. Read more about Switch It Up.

**Course subject to approval

Courses & fees

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For students who need to develop the skills required to study at degree level we offer an International Foundation Programme in Business or in Law and, for UK students, Foundation Year options.

We have a great range of Business, Law, Policing and Criminology degrees. 


Business Degrees

At The University of Law Business School our focus is on business management, and we cover multiple areas of business which you are likely to come across in a business career, including marketing, accounting, finance, and more.

Our courses are available as a 3 year course, or 4 years, including a Foundation Year which helps you develop the academic skills to help you throughout your university course.

Our full range of undergraduate Business courses can be found on our undergraduate Business degrees page.


Criminology Degrees

If you’re interested in Criminology, we offer a BA (Hons) Criminology and a BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology*, also both available with a Foundation Year.

Both courses are designed by practising criminologists, and will enable you to develop an understanding of contemporary criminology concepts and theories, covering areas such as drugs, cybercrime, migration, mass incarceration, terrorism, and trafficking.


Law Degrees

All of our law degrees are Qualifying Law Degrees offered over 3 years or 4 years with a Foundation Year.  We also offer online law degrees over 3, 4 or 6 years (with a January start for our 4.5 year LLB (Hons) Law degree).

One of the strengths of our offer is the range of law degrees on offer, including a two year accelerated LLB (Hons) Law degree and Law with: Business, Criminal Justice*, Criminology, Government and Politics, International Business, or Legal Innovation and Technology*. Plus a Dual Degree with IE University in Spain and a two year Senior Status LLB (Hons) Law degree.


This range of courses is designed to give you a head start in whichever career option you choose to pursue.  Whilst our online courses allow you to fit your studies around other commitments.

Our undergraduate LLB courses combine academic rigour with practical legal skills, to provide you with the transferable skills you need, whether you are committed to working in the legal sector or want to explore other career options.


Policing Degrees

For those with an interest in working in policing, security or the criminal justice sector, we offer a BSc (Hons) Professional Policing degree** and a BSc (Hons) Professional Policing degree with Foundation Year**.


The course has been designed to meet the requirements of the College of Policing National Curriculum for the role of a Police Constable under the National Policing Education Qualifications Framework, and to be a Pre-join degree achieved prior to recruitment into the police services.


Our full and latest range of undergraduate Law, Policing and Criminology courses are on our undergraduate courses page.  

*Courses subject to approval.

**Courses subject to validation.


Undergraduate courses:


Entry requirements:

Entry requirements vary by course. For more information on this, and non-standard entry routes see our course list

Course fees: 

For September 2019 entry, a full time 3 year Undergraduate degree on campus is £9,250 per annum (UK) or £13,500 per annum (International). More information can be found on our Undergraduate Law Course Fees page, or our Undergraduate Business Course Fees and Funding page.

Undergraduate Law Bursaries and Scholarships:

We offer a range of scholarships and awards to support future talent. We want to help ensure that students from a wide range of backgrounds are given the opportunity to achieve their ambitions, irrespective of their personal circumstances.

Our range of awards are available on our undergraduate Scholarships and Bursaries page.  

Undergraduate Business Bursaries and Scholarships:

At the Business School, we know how important it is to support future business leaders by giving you the opportunity to achieve your career and study ambitions, regardless of personal circumstances or background. We offer scholarships to support students whose circumstances may limit their opportunity to complete a business degree.


Find out more about our Undergraduate Business Scholarships on our Scholarships and Bursaries page.

For information on international scholarships, email:  [email protected]



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We guarantee you an offer of accommodation in the first year of your degree, if you’ve accepted us as your firm choice and applied for accommodation by 30 March in your year of entry.*


We’ve arranged accommodation for our students, with specialist UK student accommodation providers, to ensure you have a comfortable place to live whilst you’re studying with us. Accommodation is usually in shared flats, or in some cases self-contained studios.

We have a Student Accommodation Service - an online accommodation portal - to help you with your property search. So if you’re coming to the UK to study on an undergraduate course with us, the online accommodation site -  Studentpad – has information on places to live that are close to where you choose to study.

For more information by campus location, visit our Accommodation page.

*T&Cs apply, more details on our Accommodation page.


Open days

Students at open day

If you want to get a flavour of what ULaw is about, you should come to one of our undergraduate Open Days.

It’s a great way to find out about how our courses are taught, meet our tutors and current students, and learn more about our Careers and Employability team. But importantly it gives you an opportunity to get a feel for the campus, and the surrounding location. There’ll be talks, taster sessions and tours, so you can check out our facilities and soak up the atmosphere, whilst getting a chance to ask your questions.

From time to time, we’re also offering Online Open Days for our courses. So if you can’t make it to one of our on campus Open Days, you still have the opportunity to find out what it’s like to study at ULaw or The University of Law Business School, and ask your questions, from the comfort of your own home.

For our undergraduate Law courses, we have campuses in up to eight great locations, so visit an Open Day at the location to suit you - you can find out more about our undergraduate locations on our campus locations page.  

All our latest Events and Open Days are found on our Open Days & Events page.

How to find us

Living here


ULaw has campuses in eight of the UK’s most vibrant and interesting cities. For undergraduate courses, you can choose from Birmingham, Bristol, Chester, Guildford, Leeds, London, Manchester and Nottingham, depending on which course you’re interested in studying.


  • Birmingham: Birmingham’s richly diverse culture means you’ve got great food, shopping and nightlife on your doorstep. Our campus is situated in the Jewellery Quarter, just a short tram ride from the city centre.


  • Bristol: renowned for its street art and live music scene, Bristol is a thriving cultural city with some amazing commercial opportunities. Our campus is in Temple quarter, the city’s legal and financial district.


  • Chester: Chester is a gem of a city, with roman walls, great shopping, food and pubs. And with Liverpool just a short train ride away, there is plenty of options for exploring there too.  Our Chester campus is set in 14 acres of beautiful parkland, just outside the city.


  • Guildford: our campus is set in 23 acres of parkland, just a short walk from Guildford’s historic town centre. There’s a big student population in Guildford, so you’ll find plenty on offer – live music and stand-up gigs, bars and clubs; Guildford has it all within walking distance.


  • Leeds: renowned as a great student city, Leeds has everything you could want from student life. Our campus is located in one of the most prestigious streets in the city centre. Right in the heart of the legal and business community and just a five minute walk from the train station, you’ll have the whole city on your doorstep.


  • London Bloomsbury: located in the heart of the West End, our London Bloomsbury campus is surrounded by everything our capital city has to offer. Not only it is a great place to study and explore, but you’ll also be close to major legal and business hubs.


  • Manchester: home to one of the biggest student communities in the UK, Manchester is buzzing with culture, sports and nightlife. Our campus is located in the centre of the city, close to a vast range of law firms and businesses.


  • Nottingham: our Nottingham campus is ideally situated within the business district adjacent to Nottingham Castle and close to many of the city’s top law firms and businesses. The campus provides modern teaching facilities and innovative student spaces, all within walking distance of historic pubs, restaurants, theatres and entertainment venues.


Term dates

Student studying

For our undergraduate courses, course dates information is available from our website. Visit The University of Law website.


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