Studying at our Chester campus provides you with the perfect combination of a historic city with modern amenities, and the campus is just 10 minutes from Chester’s city centre. The cobble stone streets of this Roman-walled city are home to a range of great restaurants, bars and pubs to keep you entertained day or night. The campus will remain on its current site in Christleton until the summer of 2021.
Our library at Chester gives you access to software that makes it easier for you to find the legal journals, cases and articles you’ll need during your studies. All workshop rooms are designed to encourage classroom discussions and debates, using technology to allow interactive, engaging sessions to be delivered across all our courses.
As a student at this campus, you will have Associate Student status at The University of Chester’s Student’s Union, meaning you can use their facilities and join in with their societies. With an outdoor seating area, orchard and on-site cafe, there’s plenty of space to socialise with friends or prepare for your next lecture on our campus.
Our dedicated employability team, based both locally and nationally, can help you to obtain work experience and pro bono opportunities to help you boost your CV.
At Chester, our tutors and staff are dedicated to helping you achieve your education and career ambitions. If you’re studying law with us, you will be able to benefit from our tutors’ experience as over 90% of them are qualified lawyers.
New for 2020: You can now study our MA Law at the University of Chester from September 2020.
Please note that we do not currently sponsor students on Tier 4 of the Points Based System at The University of Chester. If you require a Tier 4 Student visa to study at the University, why not consider applying to study at one of our other locations nationwide? Visit our visa requirements page for more information.
The Rice-Jones Scholarship is open to selected individuals studying postgraduate law at our Chester and Manchester campuses who can demonstrate academic promise, commitment to the legal profession and financial need.
To discover whether you're eligible, please see our scholarships and bursaries information to find more on the Rice-Jones Scholarship.
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Our Chester campus is easily accessible via a wide range of public transport.
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Working with local accommodation providers in each of our campus cities, we give you access to great local options.
We guarantee you an offer of accommodation in the first year of your undergraduate degree if you've accepted us as your firm choice and applied for accommodation by 31st March in the year of entry.*
We will provide support to help you find suitable accommodation. We have an online accommodation portal which provides helpful advice on choosing a property to rent in Chester and provides a property listings search for students who have accepted their place at our Chester campus.
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 our Housemate Hub Facebook group to chat to and make living arrangements with fellow students. Go to Facebook and search groups for ‘Official University of Law Group - Housemate Hub’.
Tramways - Accommodation for undergraduate students
Perfectly located in the city centre, Tramways is just 8 minutes' drive or a short bus journey to our Chester campus. Facilities on offer include bike storage, communal lounge, study room and hosted social events.
*Our guarantee of an offer of accommodation may either be at any advertised accommodation provider, subject to availability, or in the event that the advertised accommodation provider is not available, we shall guarantee you an offer of accommodation at an alternative UK leading student accommodation provider.
If you choose to study at our Chester campus, you will have Associate Student status meaning you can use that University’s student’s union and facilities, and join in with their societies.
Click this link to find out more: The University of Chester – Societies and Sports.
We have an award winning pro bono service. Below are details of some of the schemes we have run in Chester. There are changes year-to-year, but we will always provide a range of options designed to enhance the employability of our students.
- Cheshire, Halton & Warrington Race and Equality Centre (CHAWREC), Child and Family Contact Centres, Citizens Advice (CA)
- Domestic Abuse Family Safety Unit, Legal Advice Centre (LAC), National Centre for Domestic Violence (NCDV)
- National Justice Museum, Personal Support Unit (PSU), Second Voice Advocacy Scheme
- Shadowing, Streetlaw Programme, Witness Service.
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Carol qualified as a solicitor and specialised in Litigation and Family law, before joining The University of Law as a tutor in 1990. She supervises Tort on the online GDL and Personal Injury on the online LPC.