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Your University

The City Law School, as part of City, University of London, provides you with a wide-range of services and facilities to support you throughout your study.


We will help you to find suitable accommodation for the duration of your time at our School. City, University of London has a range of modern halls of residence all within easy travelling distance from the main campus. Alternatively, if you would prefer to live in private accommodation the School Office and Accommodation team will advise you on how to find the best and safest accommodation within walking distance to the School.


The School and City, University of London offers a range of careers services aimed at developing you into a confident professional. Your Personal Tutor will be available to offer you one-to-one advice on how you can become a barrister or solicitor. The School also organises a series of careers events throughout the year aimed at helping you to gain a training contract or a pupillage.

The Centre for Career & Skills Development can also offer you help with developing your career. You can talk directly to a Careers Consultant, take part in a mock interview and arrange vacation work. The Centre also runs a selection of services tailored to LPC and BPTC students.


We care about the welfare of our students and want to ensure that you enjoy your time studying with us. Whether you have personal, work or problems with study, the Student Counselling Service offers all students:

  • Individual Counselling
  • Group Counselling
  • Focused groups and Workshops (for example, exam anxiety)
  • General Counselling information
  • Help with accessing appropriate support

Disability Service

We provide prospective and current students advice and assistance with disabilities and specific learning difficulties. When applying to the school prospective students are encouraged to identify such needs, so your requirements can be considered by the Disabilities and Specific Learning Difficulties Coordinator.

The Student Centre can offer advice to you about disabilities and specific learning difficulties before and after you join the School.


City, University of London has a diverse student body with people from all over the world. Our Chaplaincy Service is dedicated to supporting all students from every faith. In addition, there are a range of student faith societies at the University.

Student Union

The Student Union is run by students for students and represents every student at the University. The Student Union offers information about living life as a student in London and also gives you a voice at the University.

Visit City, University of London's Student Centre to discover more about all of these services.