Birmingham is one of Europe’s most vibrant cities; a great place to live and work, it boasts one of the largest concentrations of law firms and lawyers outside of London.
Our Birmingham campus is located in the city’s Jewellery Quarter, just a short walk away from the centre of the city and other universities – making it a great place to study. The campus has a café, allowing you to grab hot and cold food whilst on the go and, with great transport links and the Birmingham Snow Hill Train Station just round the corner, you’re never far from the rest of the UK.
The campus has an extensive law library that has a vocational and practitioner focus, affording the best tailored support for your studies, whatever your course. You can either study in our comfortable, user-friendly space or access books online when studying from home. Our courses feature regular workshops that enable you to interact with your fellow students and tutors, bringing a collaborative approach to learning.
What sets this campus apart is the availability of real law court room furniture, giving you the chance to practise, get hands on experience and feel a part of the law profession before your career has even begun.
The iconic Birmingham Bullring shopping centre hosts all your favourite brands if you’re looking for some retail therapy, and the city itself is packed with bars, restaurants, theatres and sporting facilities for you to socialise in. You will have many opportunities to get involved in a rich sporting and social life at The University of Law Birmingham and have the option to start a society yourself.
Via our dedicated employability team, work experience opportunities are available to every student to help you boost your CV. The campus is close to leading law firms and chambers and we have strong links to both the business and legal community in the city that you can utilise.
We have reserved accommodation for undergraduate students in Birmingham called Canalside, which is positioned in the heart of the historic city, close to a wide variety of shops, students from other universities and a bustling nightlife.
At Birmingham, our tutors and staff pride themselves on delivering the highest quality of legal and business education and are dedicated to helping you achieve your career ambitions. Our tutors are industry professionals that will teach you the practical skills needed to kick start your career.
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We work with accommodation providers in each of our campus cities to provide a range of options for first year undergraduate students.
For more information please complete our Accommodation Referral Form. We will then pass this on to the provider in your location – all contracts are between the student and the provider.
Please email [email protected] with any enquiry.
Our online accommodation portal provides helpful advice on choosing a property to rent in Birmingham as well as a property listings search for students who have accepted at our Birmingham campus.
Accommodation on Campus Facebook Group
If you'd like to find other University of Law students to privately rent with, or you have a spare room in your house/flat, you can join one of our Campus Facebook groups to chat to and make living arrangements with fellow students in your area. Go to Facebook and search groups for your campus.
Canalside - Accommodation for undergraduate students
Canalside is positioned in the heart of the historic city, adjacent to Birmingham's waterside. At just a 10 minute walk from the city’s cosmopolitan centre, it offers access to a wide variety of shops and bustling nightlife.
Whether your motivation is to meet other students, relax and unwind or burn a few calories, there is something to suit everyone.
At the beginning of each academic year students are invited to apply for positions on the Social Team, which is a group of students and staff that are responsible for organising social and charity activities for our community at the Birmingham campus. This team is supported by the Student Association.
Students organise and run the societies at our campuses, meaning you have the opportunity to suggest a society you’d like to take part in at the University and we’ll help you bring it to life.
Here are some of the clubs and societies that students have started and run previously at our Birmingham campus:
- Hiking Society
- Harry Potter Society
- Football Club
- Netball Club
- African Caribbean Society
- Islamic Society
We have an award-winning legal pro bono service. Here are some of the programmes we have run in Birmingham:
- Streetlaw Programme
- Legal Advice Clinic (LAC)
- Birmingham Employment Rights Advice Line (BERAL)
- Volunteering opportunities
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Sarah has an LLB (Hons) from Reading University, LPC from ULaw, MA in Educational Leadership & Management from Nottingham University and is undertaking an EdD at the University of Birmingham. She practised as a family lawyer with Forbes Solicitors and has taught across several programmes and subjects at the University.