About London Bloomsbury
Our campus is a 2 minute walk from Goodge Street Underground Station and is right next to Tottenham Court Road – a street with a large range of shops, bars and restaurants, and bus links to all other parts of London.
If shopping is your thing, look no further than London’s famous shopping area – Oxford Street. Our Bloomsbury campus is in the centre of London’s theatre scene and just across the street from Soho, a popular area for bars.
The area’s collection of academic institutions, shops, cafes and parks, makes for a bustling atmosphere. You will have many opportunities to get involved in a rich sporting and social life at our Bloomsbury campus and even have the option to start a society yourself.
The campus’ 4-floor library is full of textbooks and reference books as well as helpful staff on hand to help with your studies and research work. The cyber lounge and café are great places to socialise and work in groups in between lectures.
Our on-site employability service includes a team of career consultants that are there to help you and discuss your career path. We also have a pro bono centre that provides you with the opportunity to volunteer and potentially give legal advice to real clients, under supervision.
At London Bloomsbury, our tutors and staff pride themselves on delivering the pinnacle of legal and business education and are dedicated to helping you achieve your career ambitions. Our tutors are all industry professionals that will teach you the practical skills needed to kick start your career.
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Our campus' central London location makes it very accessible with numerous tube, rail and bus routes nearby. Access to timetables and routes are available from the Transport for London (TFL) website.
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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 London and provides a property listings search for students who have accepted their place at the London Bloomsbury 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’.
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 Student Social Committee, 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 London Bloomsbury campus:
- Amnesty International, Balls and parties, Chess, Debating, Lawyer in Visual Entertainment
- Football, Netball, Running, Skiing, Street dance, Swimming.
Some of the activities we run at The University of Law London Bloomsbury include:
- Commercial Awareness Programme, Commercial Law Forum, Criminal Justice and Human Rights Forum
- Medical Law & Ethics Forum, Mooting Competitions, Photography Competition, Technology and Innovation Forum.
Students studying at our London campuses can access the full range of supervised pro bono opportunities offered across both our sites. These take place either on campus, with external organisations or supervised remotely to include our part time and online students. Below are details of some of the programmes we have run in London.
- Day with a Judge
- Employment Litigants in Person
- Legal advice clinic (LAC)
- Streetlaw Library
- Streetlaw Programme.
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Before joining The University of Law in 2009, Sandie was a practising solicitor for 15 years, specialising in Employment Law. She holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice and is currently completing a Master's in Education with the Open University.