BPP Law School, London Holborn
Study at BPP Law School, London Holborn
Situated in the heart of legal London, BPP's Law School in Holborn is close to the historic Inns of Court and the Law Society and is easily accessible from all over London, being only a three-minute walk from Holborn and Chancery Lane tube stations.
Our Law School offers a range of postgraduate programmes and professional qualifications as well as the law conversion course (GDL) and a summer school.
The learning centre is equipped to the highest standard, the Law School provides 35 classrooms, mock courtrooms and all the technological support you will need in an environment you will enjoy. You will benefit from friendly and expert tutors alongside a team of dedicated support staff.
"I am doing my LLM in Financial Regulations and Compliance with BPP in Holborn. Being taught by professionals in the field is amazing. We are not only taught, but we are also guided at the same time. The BPP buildings are very impressive, very neat and enjoyable. My overall experience at BPP has been 10/10. I would definitely recommend BPP to any person wishing to have a career in Law."
Kurtish Tulsi - LLB (Hons) Accelerated Course, and LLM (Financial Regulation and Compliance)
Testimonial date: 29th March 2012
Course dates: LLB (2009-2011), LLM (2011-2012)
Course end date: 2012
BPP University Student life
Our Law School provides you with the resources you will need in a professional working environment. Our aim is to put you at ease in these surroundings and prepare you for the workplace. You will benefit from friendly and expert tutors and a team of dedicated support staff.
The specialist careers and pro-bono services are tailored to meet your needs and our student advisers can help you on a wide range of issues. Our library staff provides help and advice on using the online and print library materials, and ensures you have access to the materials and study space you need.
But it’s not all about work. A range of student-led clubs and societies are available covering social, cultural, academic and sporting interests and these vary depending on local initiatives. You can join one or start one! You’ll also get a discount card that entitles you to a range of discounts at local businesses. The Students’ Association offers an independent voice for students and also organises a range of events and produces student publications which you can contribute to. Find out more by visiting their website at www.bppstudents.com.
To really find out what it’s like to study at our London Holborn Law School we advise you to attend an Open Day when you can discover more about the centre, your preferred programme the facilities on offer. For available dates visit our events calendar.
BPP Law School in Holborn is easily accessible by bus and underground, and is just a few minutes walk from Holborn and Chancery Lane underground stations.
BPP Law School, London (Holborn) is easily reached from central London and is on Red Lion Street which is just off the A40 stretch of High Holborn. There is limited metered car parking.
Disabled Parking Bays on Eagle Street and Red Lion Street (WC1R 4NY)
(Fee may apply)
Holborn station on the Central and Piccadilly lines is the closest Tube to the Law School.
Directions from the Tube station
Take the right-hand exit out of Holborn Tube station (signed High Holborn). Cross at traffic lights directly outside Tube station to the other side of High Holborn. Walk in the direction of Chancery Lane Tube (past McDonald's). Take second left up Red Lion Street (the Red Lion pub is on the corner). BPP Law School is the large glass-fronted building on the left, on the corner of Red Lion Street and Eagle Street.
Find out more:
BPP University Programmes
- LLM (Commercial Law)
- LLM (Comparative Commercial Law)
- LLM (Financial Regulation and Compliance)
- LLM (International Business Law)
- LLM (Professional Legal Practice)
- Legal Practice Course (LPC)
- MA (LPC with Business)
- Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC)
- Bar Transfer Test
BPP Professional Education Courses
- LLB and GDL Revision Programme
- Summer School
Programmes run subject to demand
Our tutors and lecturers are 'professionals teaching professionals'. BPP students will become their contemporaries, and are treated as such from day one. Our well-qualified team have all worked and qualified either in industry, practice or public service, so they can use real-life examples to give our programmes a practical context.
We have highly supportive personal tutors who are available via e-mail, over the phone and have regular office hours to ensure that they are there when you need them – with each student allocated one-to-one time. They are dedicated to your success and trained to advise you on both academic and personal matters which may be impacting on your studies or your employability. Your personal tutor is your best port of call for help and support, both inside and outside the classroom, and for referral to other BPP services.
- Classrooms with the latest audio-visual technology
- Lecture theatre
- 314 computers available
- Free Wi-Fi and internet access
- University Library with quiet and silent study space
- Mock courtrooms for realistic role play
- Student common room (seats 94) and TV area
- Breakout area
- Student lockers for full-time students only
- Prayer room
- Shower facilities
- Cycle racks
- Fairtrade tea and coffee
- On-site cafe
- Snack vending machines
- Several cafés, shops and restaurants are within walking distance, including Sainsbury’s, M&S, Wetherspoons and Starbucks
- Disabled access to main entrance
- Lifts and ramp
- Disabled toilets
Rooms are available for private study subject to availability – please contact reception on +44 (0)20 7430 2304
Monday – Thursday: 7:00am – 11:00pm (staffed 8:30am – 11pm)
Friday: 7:00am – 10:00pm (staffed 8:30am – 10:00pm)
Saturday – Sunday: 8:00am – 8:00pm (staffed 9:00am – 8:00pm)
Silent study rooms available subject to classes (Hours may vary out of term time)
London Holborn Events
We hold a range of open days for prospective students. Please visit our events calendar for upcoming dates.
We also run a range of careers events and networking events throughout the year for current students such as:
- Recruitment fairs
- The OUP and BPP Law School National Mooting Competition
- Bar Careers Event
- The Students’ Association also organises numerous social and career-related events for current students. For further information visit the Students’ Association website
University Student Services
The services below are available to students taking University programmes, such as degrees and law professional qualifications:
Our onsite Student Advisors offer advice and guidance to our University students on a range of issues. Their focus is on non-academic queries and they can offer guidance on any aspect of student life, such as accommodation, finance, welfare and academic processes such as deferring exams.
Student Advice Hours
Monday: 8:30am – 7:00pm
Tuesday: 8:30am – 6:00pm
Wednesday: 8:30am – 7:00pm
Thursday: 8:30am – 6:00pm
Friday: 8:30am – 5:00pm
E: email@example.com (or firstname.lastname@example.org for international students)
T: 0330 0603777
Our library staff provides help and advice on using the online and print library materials, and ensures you have access to the materials and study space you need. BPP University students are provided with their own copy of the main core text books.
Library Opening Times
Monday – Thursday: 7:00am – 11:00pm
Friday: 7:00am – 10:00pm
Saturday – Sunday: 8:00am - 8:00pm
Our Careers Service provides specialist legal and general business careers guidance, has excellent links with local and national firms and can help you succeed in your chosen career path.
Monday: 9:00am – 5:30pm
Tuesday: 9:00am – 5:30pm (Also 5:30pm – 7:30pm on request)
Wednesday: 9:00am – 5:30pm
Thursday: 9:00am – 5:30pm
Friday: 9:00am – 5:30pm
Regular evening events, please contact the careers service for more information.
Pro Bono Centre
The Pro Bono Centre provides opportunities for law students to use their legal skills for the benefit of those who would not otherwise have access to justice. See the VLE (Virtual Learning Environment) for details of local projects.
Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:30pm
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BPP University Students’ Association works closely with BPP to put students at the heart of everything we do.
- Student representation – represent your student body on various committees
- Clubs and societies – join a student-led club or make use of start-up funding to create your own
- Events – get involved in events throughout the year.
- Discounts – available at a number of local and national shops, restaurants, gyms and more
- Student publications – contribute to the Business Brief or Legal InCite publication
- Volunteering certificate – gain essential experience and work towards a volunteering certificate
Find out more at the BPP Students' Association website.