The University of Law works closely with a growing number of partner institutions globally. Find out more about our international partners and the courses we offer.
- Empire Africa Institute (EAI)
Based in Ghana, Empire Africa Institute (EAI) is a Recognised Teaching Centre of the University of London International Programme providing teaching support to LLB and LLM students since 2009. ULaw collaborates with EAI to provide their students with a variety of courses which include:
Westerfield College is part of the MOD Group, Nigeria’s largest international education integrated company. ULaw collaborates with Westerfield College to provide their students with the following online courses.
Americas and Caribbean
Based in Trinidad, Institute of Law and Academic Studies (ILAS) opened its doors in February 1999 to a multicultural student body. ILAS offers tuition for the University of London Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law (CertHE), Bachelor of Laws degree (LLB), the Postgraduate Certificate in Law (PGCert), and its own professional courses. ULaw collaborates with ILAS to provide their students with the Online LPC course.
- CerStar Education, China
CerStar is a highly regarded international education service provider, bringing cutting-edge technology in education to lifelong learning. It is committed to provide learners with access to quality education, and to bring solutions to companies and help them cultivate their future workforce. Combining online and offline delivery, Cerstar’s platform promotes quality teaching and learning resources and education services worldwide.
ULaw has entered into an OPM partnership with CerStar Education in respect of LLM International Business Law, and MSc Strategic Business Management. As ULaw’s exclusive OPM partner in China, CerStar supports ULaw in the successful delivery of these programmes, and advises students on the application process.
Our first international campus was launched in Hong Kong in 2019. Students are able to choose from a portfolio of undergraduate, postgraduate courses as well as examination preparatory courses, aimed at law, non-law and business students or graduates.
In collaboration with LSBF Singapore, ULaw offers the following programmes in Singapore:
EU and Wider Europe
We work with our partner GISMA Business School in Berlin, Germany to offer a range of programmes both for undergraduate and postgraduate studies.
The University of Applied Sciences Europe (UE) is based in Germany with sites in Iserlohn, Berlin and Hamburg. ULaw is working with UE to offer a study abroad programme for business courses.
Just Legal Srrvices is a professional legal training company that addresses the needs of all those who want to improve their knowledge by attending post-university courses on topics related to the legal sector. ULaw collaborates with Just Legal Services to provide their students with the following online courses.
InterCollege Business School B.V. is an educational institution in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and a partner institution of ULaw which has recently joined the GUS Group. In collaboration with ICBSE, ULaw is exploring ways to enter the Dutch market. A plan to expand the current collaboration agreements is under development.
ULaw provides an advanced standing route for FutureSmart students to progress from their PG CERT to ULaw’s MSc in Strategic Business Management.
ULaw collaborates with Pearl Academy in India on a range of business focused activity.
The University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES) is a cross faculty University in India. ULaw is collaborating with UPES on a range of activities from faculty exchange to academic programmes.
IEG Campus is a leading global education service provider that delivers an extensive range of educational services to learners with their global network partners. ULaw collaborates with IEG Campus to provide their students with the following online courses.
Please contact the International Development Team for more information on any of our partnerships.
*the classification of regional groups is for descriptive purposes only and does not imply any assumption regarding political or other affiliation of countries or territories.