The University of Law FAQs
Are all University of Law courses studied online?
Most are studied online. However, students will have the option to access any part of the university's physical campus if they require it. You can also contact the student information teams at any of the university's partnership sites in Exeter, Liverpool or Reading for the use of their library facilities.
International students are not required to travel to the UK at any point. They are welcome to visit the campus if they wish, but the university does not require international students to appear in person if they don't want to or are unable to.
Is The University of Law a recognised university?
The University of Law is a recognised university. The university's Business School is accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CIM). It is the UK's largest law school and was founded in 1876, gaining university status in 2012.
Is The University of Law a good university?
This is, ultimately, down to you, the student. The University of Law has won numerous awards and has a five-star rating for teaching, as recognised by global higher education analysts.
The University of Law earned five stars in:
- Academic development.
- Online learning.
As well as four stars in Specialist Criteria and for their LLB and Internationalisation.
The University of Law also ranked top in a 2021 National Union of Students Survey (NSS) for “Teaching On My Course”.
The university has robust connections with 94 of the top 100 law firms across the UK and the USA.
Can you get a Law degree through Clearing?
Yes, a Law degree can be obtained through a Clearing course.
Does The University of Law offer Clearing courses?
Yes, typically The University of Law will offer Clearing courses for students.
What are The University of Law's rankings?
The University of Law is in the top 30% of universities in the UK, as voted for by Uni Compare users. The university also has a 93 recommendation rating.
Does The University of Law have a campus?
The University of Law has several campuses across the UK and abroad.
These campuses include:
- Hong Kong
- London Bloomsbury
- London Moorgate
The University of Law is also supported at other universities, such as:
- GISMA Business School Berlin
- Newcastle University
- Royal Holloway, University of London
- University of Chester
- University of East Anglia
- University of Exeter
- University of Liverpool
- University of Reading
- University of Sheffield
- University of Southampton
The university also operates a CampuSwitch service. This means you can start a course at one campus and then switch to another ULAW campus anywhere in the world or online.