Our Manchester campus, which hosts both our legal and business courses, is located in the heart of the city, close to leading law firms and Manchester Piccadilly Train Station. The Metrolink, which connects the whole of Manchester and surrounding areas, is just a 2 minute walk from campus. The city has a thriving nightlife with plenty of bars, theatre and live music venues to choose from. Perfect for student life, Manchester is rich in art, fashion and heritage, and is as proud of its music scene as it is of its football teams. It has a thriving and diverse economy including business, legal and professional services.
Our campus has an amazing view of Piccadilly Gardens and is close to the main shopping area in Manchester with many shops offering student discounts. The campus’ workshop rooms are where you will spend most of your time whilst studying with us. Large groups and workshops are hosted here to enable you to learn collaboratively with your fellow students, making studying with us both effective and engaging. Our library resources are extensive and library courses are offered to those who need help navigating legal and business databases when studying.
You will have many opportunities to get involved in activities and events beyond your studies at our Manchester campus and will even have the option to start a society yourself. There is also a café on-site with a games area – a great place to unwind with friends.
Our employability service has career consultants that can give you advice on CVs and application forms, and help you prepare for interviews by conducting mock interviews. Our dedicated team will support you in finding work experience and pro bono opportunities that will boost your CV. We have reserved accommodation for undergraduate students in Manchester called Park View, which is a modern student accommodation complex that is just a 20 minute bus ride from campus.
At Manchester, 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.
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 Manchester campus is located in the city centre, with easy access by road and public transport. For up-to-date timetables on all of Manchester’s public transport go to the Transport for Greater Manchester website.
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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 Manchester and provides a property listings search for students who have accepted their place at the Manchester 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’.
Park View - Accommodation for Undergraduate Students
Located just a 20 minute bus ride from the University of Law in Manchester, Park View is a modern student accommodation complex.
If you opt for an en-suite bedroom you can expect to share a flat with other University of Law undergraduate students, so you'll have something in common with your new flatmates right from the start.
*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.
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 and our local Student Services team. 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 Manchester campus:
- Bar Society, Book Club, Debating, LGBTQ society, Networking events, Social nights, Student balls, Theatre club
- Football, Netball, Racket Sports.
- Court visits, Manchester Legal Enterprise Competition, Mentoring, Mooting Competitions
- Negotiation and Interviewing Programmes, Prize Giving, Speaker Programme.
We have an award-winning pro bono service. The opportunities may change year-to-year, however we always provide a range of options designed to enhance your employability.
Here are details of some of the programmes we have run in Manchester:
- Greater Manchester Law Centre, Judicial Shadowing,
- Legal Advice Centre (LAC), National Centre for Domestic Violence (NCDV),
- Personal Support Unit (PSU), Schools Consent Project, Streetlaw Programme.
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Amanda qualified as a solicitor, specialising in employment law with particular expertise in discrimination and diversity work. She joined ULaw in 2009 and has held positions as Senior Lecturer and Programme Lead for LLB/GDL before her appointment as Dean.