University of Law (Manchester)

The University of Law's eleven branches and 8,000 students across England make it the biggest law school in the UK. Ranked sixth for student satisfaction in law courses in the 2016 National Student Survey, it has a fantastic reputation, with 96% of its full-time LPC graduates employed within nine months.

ULaw has pro bono clinics where students can get invaluable experience working on cases alongside qualified lawyers, and also has its own award-winning student employability service. It also has excellent connections with legal employers and all key professional legal bodies in the UK.

Manchester has one of the biggest student communities in the country, and with ULaw's campus situated close to the city's leading law firms, it's in a perfect location. Courses on offer include LLB, GDL, LPS, PSC, PD and MA Law qualifications, with regular events on and off campus including negotiation competitions, share race contests, court visits and a local enterprise competition. 

All of our buildings — Kerria Apartments, Warehouse One & Two, Wilmslow Park and Lambert & Fairfield House — are 10-20 minutes' walk or via public transport from campus. Features across them include cinemas, onsite gyms, karaoke and gaming rooms, and laundry facilities.

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