The ULaw Business School offers eight undergraduate courses and 14 postgraduate MSc programmes, focusing on Business, Marketing, Finance, Accounting and Cyber Security.
The ULaw Business School offers all its courses online as well as on campus. Students can also switch campuses and delivery methods. This means you can study online, change to on-campus for a module or more, and then switch back to online.
The University of Law Business School, launched in 2016, focuses on equipping graduates with the skills in demand by industry. The UK government graduate outcomes data for 2018/19 shows that 94% of University of Law Business School postgraduates are in highly skilled occupations 15 months after graduating.
The online campus gives access to the following student services and resources.
The university’s curriculum receives direct input from industry leaders through the specially set up Business School Advisory Board. The Board is made up of experienced leaders from globally recognised companies. The Advisory Board provides strategic input to the course’s curriculum to ensure that students studying ULaw business courses gain the real-world business skills and knowledge that companies require.
The University of Law Business School is not a research university, and the focus is 100% on careers and employability. The Advisory Board is made up of leaders from for-profit and not-for-profit leaders in global organisations. The current companies on the Board are
The business school has the following courses mapped to the CMI framework and provides dual awards. All students taking a course at the business school automatically become full members of the CMI for one year after graduation.
BSc (Hons) Business Management*
MSc Corporate Financial Management
MSc Leadership and Human Resource Management
MSc Strategic Business Management
The main university rankings do not include specialist institutions. The University of Law falls into this category, so you will not find it in the main rankings tables. However, the university is still assessed for student satisfaction, teaching excellence and employment outcomes by QS.
The university has had degree awarding powers since 2006. In addition, the ULaw Business Schools has accreditation or membership of the following professional bodies.
The ULaw Business School courses offer students the flexibility to manage their work, family and course commitments. All their courses offer the campus swap option. This allows international and UK based online students to experience one module or more at any of the Univerity of laws’ multiple global campuses.
All students have access to the ULaw Business School library and library support team while on their courses. In addition, they also have digital access to all the Chartered Management Institute’s online library and resources.
The ULaw Business School online students get the same student support as their on-campus peers.
Student support areas covered
All graduates of ULaw’s courses are invited to attend the London graduation at the same time as the on-campus students. This is optional, students can attend online if travel is not possible
In 2021 QS World University Rankings awarded the University of Law a five-star rating Overall and five stars in the following areas.
Multiple intakes per year.
Check each individual course for details.
Foundation year* IELTS 5.0
Undergraduate* IELTS 6.0 to 7.5
Postgraduate* IELTS 6.5 to 7.5
*Check individual course requirements
The University of Law – London Bloomsbury,
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ARTU Ranking (Out of 45 UK universities included in their table)
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