Clearing 2018: Study a Law degree in London at a leading modern University

London is the home of the British legal profession and so the ideal place to study LLB Law for a successful career in this competitive sector has got to be the capital city’s top modern University. *

With Clearing open, now is the ideal time to get in touch and discover the ideal law course for you at the University of West London (UWL). Our friendly team of Clearing advisers is busy connecting students with law courses at UWL, the Career University.

So pick up the phone and make the right call today. Contact 0800 036 8888 to get your legal career off to the perfect start.

The professionally focused courses at UWL’s School of Law and Criminology will help you develop the knowledge and skills to forge a successful career in this popular and demanding field.

Check out student Ulric Quee explain in this video why studying at the School of Law and Criminology is the right call.

There are so many reasons to study Law at the University of West London. 

At the SLC the focus is upon preparing students for the world of work, which means courses are tailored to provide a stimulating mix of study and real-world experiences.

Committed staff – who are dedicated professionals with a range of academic, practical and professional experience - are always on hand to help. Class sizes are small meaning students and academics enjoy plenty of contact time to master areas of study.

There are regular meetings with lawyers, judges, police officers, prosecutors and notable honorary Professors of UWL, such as justice campaigner Duchess Doreen Lawrence and Britain’s first black cabinet minister, Baron Paul Boateng.

Meanwhile, the School of Law and Criminology’s outstanding location in Ealing means London’s unparalleled legal resources are only a short trip away by public transport. There is also a dedicated law library and a mock courtroom located on campus.

Away from the books, students take regular field trips to international centres of justice, such as the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands, and to sites which have influenced the development of jurisprudence, such as Auschwitz in Poland.

Financial support for law students is also available in the form of a range of Scholarships and bursaries. These are available to full-time undergraduate students whose household income is below £25,000 and who firmly accept our offer of a place. 

So why not make the right call this summer and apply to UWL through Clearing on our free hotline: 0800 036 8888.

Lines are open: Thursday 16 and Friday 17 August: 7am - 8pm. You can contact us on the following weekends: Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 August: 9am - 5pm Saturday 25 - Bank Holiday Monday 27 August: 9am - 5pm

​* The Times / Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018 ranks UWL as the top modern university in London.