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University offers law graduates money-back guarantee

'Today's students want a clear return on their investment,' says David Johnston

4 August 2015

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The University of Law (ULaw) is so certain that its legal practice course (LPC) will lead to employment that it is offering a money-back guarantee.

Students who don't secure a job after nine months following graduation will be given half their tuition fees back, it confirmed today.

"More than just a degree, today's students want a clear return on their investment," said ULaw CEO David Johnston.

"For law graduates, this means one thing: securing a training contract or a full-time job upon graduation."

ULaw claims to have secured more training contracts for students than any other college and to be the preferred training provider to more than 30 major law firms.

It says that 97 per cent of its full-time LPC students who graduated in summer 2014 had secured employment within nine months of graduation.

The university's 'employment promise' offer is open to UK and EU students applying for its LPC programmes in September 2015.

Tuition fees for the LPC programme vary from £10,950 to £14,765, depending on the location of study.




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