University of Law to Refund 50% of Tuition Fees to Unemployed Graduates

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University of Law to Refund 50% of Tuition Fees to Unemployed Graduates

05 August 2015

 

The University of Law has announced that students who fail to secure a job after graduation from the school will receive 50% of their tuition fees back. Aimed at students on the Legal Practice course from September, students could see up to £7,000 returned to them if they fail to secure a training or full time position following graduation.

Students at the University of Law need not fear being unable to secure a position after study is completed though, with the University of Law employment rate currently standing at 97%, one of the highest in the country.

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