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Here you will find plenty of useful resources to offer advice and support, and to help you make the best decisions for your future. Discover more about our Clearing courses including undergraduate degrees, our free Master’s offer for our business degrees, and how we can support you in achieving your ambitions. Clearing 2023 opens on Wednesday 5 July 2023.

More than 250 professional tutors to prepare you for key leadership roles, whether you want to start your own firm or work for a major multinational company.

We have an overall 5 Star rating from QS World University Rankings and 5 stars in Teaching, Employability, Online Learning, Academic Development and Inclusiveness.

Over 90% of our tutors are qualified lawyers with experience in practice allowing students to learn in a realistic, professional and contemporary context.

Are you looking for a practical degree that will prepare you for the real world? Then apply to us through Clearing. We're one of the UK's longest-established specialist providers of legal education with a reputation for excellent teaching and the employability of our students. Through our University Clearing we offer law, criminology, policing, business and psychology degrees at locations across the UK and online. Our tutors are industry professionals who can teach you the skills and knowledge you need to start your career on the right path.


We have over 100 years of experience in teaching law, developing courses with a real-world focus.

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Our business courses have been designed by experienced business professionals with employability in mind.

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Study our BSc (Hons) Psychology with Foundation Year to launch your career as a psychologist, or build transferable skills that set you up for a range of future professions.

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Our Professional Policing degrees will equip you for applying to become a Police Officer, or work in the wider criminal justice system.

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Designed by experienced criminologists, our courses will help you develop an understanding of the most modern concepts and theories

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Clearing Guide

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Wondering what's ahead? Check out our timeline of the Clearing process from start to finish.

Clearing Parents Guide

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Worried about your child going through Clearing? Read our handy guide to Clearing for Parents and Guardians.

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Here is your step-by-step guide of what you need to do next.

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Campus Visits

For students coming through Clearing, we have set up face-to-face campus visits, giving you the opportunity to join our friendly student ambassadors and take a tour of the campus, meet tutors, and speak to staff at the university.

Multiple locations & dates. Booking is essential.

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Have you got questions about studying with The University of Law? Our current students are here to answer your questions, chat about locations, courses and more. Alternatively read one of our student experience blogs.

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If you're new to Clearing or just generally want to support your students going through the university admissions cycle, UCAS offers valuable information and advice for teachers and advisers.

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We have live Q&A’s with course tutors and our team of advisors are live from 9-5pm on Result’s Day to help you prepare for your Clearing call, and answer any follow up questions.