The University of Law extends Employment Promise to its LLM Legal Practice students

updated on 11 January 2022

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The University of Law’s Employment Promise is now offered to its LLM Legal Practice and Business School students. The promise will see students receive 100% of their course fees back if they do not secure a job nine months after completing their course – made up of 50% cashback and 50% credit towards other courses at the university.

The Employment Promise is offered to those studying the provider’s Legal Practice Course, LLM Legal Practice (SQE1&2) and Postgraduate Business Courses.

John Watkins, the university’s director of employability, said: “At ULaw, our students are at the heart of everything we do and we focus our efforts into ensuring their long-term success through our teaching, support, employability services and incentives. When our students succeed, we succeed. 

“We were the first university to offer a money back Employment Promise in 2016 and this year, we are backing more of our students with an even bigger commitment by expanding the Employment Promise to other courses. We pride ourselves on enabling the next generation of leading professionals to excel at anything they do.”