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The University of Law eyes move to Chester city centre

The University of Law (ULaw) is to relocate its Chester campus nearer to the city centre in September 2018. The move will bring the University closer to the business community, offering central amenities and facilities to enhance opportunities and enrich the student experience.

The relocation will provide access to legal employers and make it easier for the growing number of students opting for part- time courses or the new legal apprenticeships.

Students currently enrolled at ULaw in Chester and staff members working at the centre will move to the new location in the city centre in September 2018.

Professor Andrea Nollent, Vice-Chancellor and CEO at The University of Law, said: “For both our students and the law firms with whom we have close partnerships, our new location will bring them closer together in the city centre as part of Chester’s vibrant business community. Not only will this enhance our current offering but it will also create new opportunities, from which our students, staff and employers can benefit.

“We take great pride in providing our students with the best possible learning experience, which is recognised by the Gold ranking awarded to the University in the recent Government-led Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). This builds on the University being ranked number one in the UK for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey 2016.”

For further information please contact:

The University of Law
Four Broadgate
Chiara Barreca / Danae Quek / Kelvin Hall
Telephone: 020 3697 4200
Email: [email protected]