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The University of Law awarded five-star institution status by QS Stars

QS Stars has awarded The University of Law (ULaw) a five-star institution rating positioned as “world-class in a broad range of areas, enjoys an excellent reputation and has cutting-edge facilities and internationally renowned research and teaching faculty”.

The rating highlights areas of excellence across ULaw’s nine campuses in England, its seven partnership Universities and increased international recognition for its Hong Kong and Berlin campuses.

Launched in 2009, the QS Stars higher education rating system assesses institutions in at least eight categories which are chosen based on global standards and practices.
As well as achieving an overall 5 Star rating as an institution and for the Law subject, ULaw was rated Five Stars in numerous critical categories of Teaching, Employability, Academic Development, Online Learning and Inclusiveness.

Professor Andrea Nollent, Vice Chancellor and CEO at The University of Law, said: “This QS Stars rating is an excellent achievement for the University and is testament to the hard work put in by all our talented staff.

“At ULaw, we are determined to provide our students with the highest quality of education and the resources to set them up for professional success. This five-star rating celebrates all that we are achieving in this regard.

“We are proud of our staff members across the country and internationally for the collaborative effort which helped us achieve this fantastic rating and we will work hard to maintain our position as a five-star institution.”

More information about the QS Stars Rating System can be found here.