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Established since 1962, The University of Law (formerly The College of Law) is a world leading professional law school. . It is the UK's longest-established specialist provider of legal education.


An unrivalled reputation for excellence and innovation in legal learning, The University of Law caters to undergraduates, postgraduates and professional development students nationally and internationally across its 8 centres in 7 cities across the UK – Birmingham, Bristol, Chester, Guilford, Leeds, London Bloomsbury, London Moorgate and Manchester.


Its first-class international network assists aspiring lawyers, legal professionals and employers in achieving their goals and ambitions.


The University of Law’s first Chancellor, Fiona Woolf CBE, is one of the UK’s most respected corporate lawyers and the former Lord Mayor of the City of London.


Why The University of Law?

The University of Law offers qualifications in English Law for global legal careers


English law is used to govern many international commercial arrangements.


Reasons include:

1) English law is seen as predictable and transparent;

2) The English court system is respected throughout the world;

3) and London is seen as the preferred seat for arbitration.


The University works with 90 of the top 100 UK law firms and have close links with an extensive range of barristers’ chambers.


Its wide range of extra-curricular legal activities such as pro bono opportunities, external placements, mentoring and Legal Advice Centres are offered to support your career aspirations


Highly-qualified tutors who all have extensive practice experience as solicitors, barristers or judges.


The University offers three-year full-time, two-year accelerated full-time or four-year part-time program for undergraduates wishing to study LLB (Hons) Law degree. The University of Law also has the highest student satisfaction rating among private and public universities in the UK, in the 2016 National Student Survey.


Singapore entry requirements

To study LL.B, you will minimally need: Singapore SIPCAL three H2 subjects required at ABB; Singapore/Cambridge GCE A level ABB. Other qualifications will be considered on an individual basis.


To study LPC you must hold a qualifying law degree or a GDL or similar qualification.


For the Bar Professional Training Course, you will need a qualifying English law degree (2:2 minimum) or an international equivalent. Students with an overseas degree should discuss their eligibility with the English Bar Standards Board at All BPTC students must pass the Bar Course Aptitude Test before starting the course.



Royal Holloway International Study Centre (ISC)

The Royal Holloway ISC provides academic tuition and language support for international students who do not yet reach the requirements for entry to a Royal Holloway undergraduate degree.


As a student of the ISC, you will be part of the Royal Holloway community from the day you start your program, and can therefore use all of the facilities on campus. The ISC staff will work closely with you when you come to choose your degree program, advising on academic requirements, career opportunities and suitable subjects to achieve your goals


International Foundation Year (IFY)

The IFY is delivered by StudyGroup and is taught on campus at the Royal Holloway ISC.

During the IFY you will specialize in your chosen field of study, but will also be introduced to a variety of related modules, giving you the ability to progress to combined degree courses.


You can choose from the following pathways:

  • Arts, Media, Film and Music
  • Business
  • Economics
  • Sciences
  • Social Sciences

After completing the IFY and successfully meeting the progression grades for your chosen degree course, you will have the opportunity to progress to undergraduate study at the University.


You can choose from many options, including single honours, joint honours and major/minor combination degrees.


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