We recognise that our law students are people with individual needs and offer many services to support you and your study.
We support our students during their time studying at The City Law School and beyond. On coming to the school, you will be assigned a personal tutor who will monitor your progress throughout the course. Our Course Administrators provide a one-stop-shop for all of your queries about the course or for advice on other issues, like finance and accommodation. Our regular newsletters, 'In Brief' and 'Legal Eye', keep you updated with the latest development in the School and the world of law.
Our modern learning environment ensures that you can get the most out of your time studying with us. You will be taught in modern lecture theatres and teaching rooms and will have access to the wider facilities of City, University of London. We have two libraries based on our main University campus and at Gray's Inn Place, which give you unlimited access to the latest law textbooks, journals and directories. In addition, City, University of London's own legal resource portals, Lawbore and Lawbore Professional, contain key resources that are invaluable to your study. Lawbore was recommended in The Times in January 2009 as one of the top 7 websites for student lawyers
City provides numerous services to support you during your time at the School. The Student Centre provides advice on: accommodation, careers, counselling, disabilities, learning difficulties and much more. The Student Union is also there to represent your interests and is run by students for students.
We understand that studying at City can be expensive. There are a variety of loans, bursaries and scholarships available to both undergraduate, postgraduate and professional studies students to help fund your study. Every year we also offer a variety of prizes to students for outstanding performance on each course.