University of Law ranked number one for law acceptances by UCAS

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University of Law ranked number one for law acceptances by UCAS

20 April 2020

UCAS have announced a record number of undergraduate law students accepted places at the University of Law for its 2019 intake.

As the longest established specialist provider of legal education in the UK, the University of Law provide a range of law courses which have a practice focus and are taught predominantly by qualified lawyers helping students develop the practical skills they need to succeed. All undergraduate students are also encouraged to develop employability skills during their course through structured sessions and practice-focused workshops as well as taking part in a leadership themed International Summer School in Berlin at the end of their second year.

Professor Andrea Nollent, Vice Chancellor and CEO at ULaw, said: “We are incredibly proud of the growth in our undergraduate intake in such a short space of time. To grow the number of undergraduate acceptances by almost 60% in just two years is a tremendous achievement."

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