There are multiple ways in which students can get funding towards their studies at The College of Legal Practice, along with discounted tuition rates.
Students at Oxford Brookes University will be able to access discounted fees for SQE preparation courses.
Some employers may sponsor the studies of their employees with the college, covering the costs of tuition.
Government postgraduate loans or private sources of funding are also an option for funding studies at the College of Legal Practice.
Fees are also payable in instalments, aligned as much as possible to the postgraduate loan payments.
The College of Legal Practice offers students a range of postgraduate degrees for aspiring or working legal professionals which represent excellent value for money. The costs for different courses at the college are:
LLM Legal Practice including SQE prep - £6,900
Graduate Foundation in Law Programme (law conversion course) - £3,250
SQE1 Preparation Course: Solicitors Legal Knowledge - £1,800
SQE2 Preparation Courses: Solicitors Legal Skills - £2,300
Transactional Modules - £800
O Shaped Skills Module - £1,150
Students studying the LLM in Legal Practice will have the opportunity to apply for a government postgraduate loan, with a value of over £11,500. This loan can be used for both tuition and maintenance costs and is paid directly into students’ bank accounts during their studies.
The postgraduate loan is sufficient to cover the costs of both the LLM postgraduate course and the SQE exam fees.