When you study at De Broc, you’re part of The University of Law - a prestigious institution that has trained more lawyers than anyone else, with over 100 years of teaching experience and exceptional employability results. We adhere to their strong traditions of close student support, outstanding teaching quality, and career focus.
De Broc offers:
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at DeBroc!
We recognise that moving to a new country to study is a big decision. Our Student Support Services team can advise you on everything from getting a UK bank account or mobile phone, to finding accommodation.
We can organise a meet and greet service at the airport when you arrive in the UK. In addition, there are a range of clubs and societies which will help you make friends, settle in and feel at home.
De Broc School of Business prides itself on being a place where students from all walks of life can learn in a friendly, collegiate and open environment. You'll be assigned a personal tutor who will be able to give you personalised career advice as well as support your learning ambitions.
If you’re looking to study our undergraduate courses and need to move away from home, we can help you find accommodation with some of the UK’s leading student accommodation providers, so that you have a safe, comfortable place to live while you’re studying at De Broc.
By staying in our accommodation, you’ll get to meet and live with students studying other De Broc and University of Law courses.
We guarantee you an offer of accommodation in the first year of your undergraduate degree if you have accepted us as your firm choice and applied for accommodation.
Accommodation is usually in shared flats that are normally shared with three, four or five other students.
You can choose from our campuses in London’s West End at our Bloomsbury centre, or in the thriving city centre locations of Birmingham or Leeds.
In 2017, we are introducing new campuses in Bristol, Chester, Guildford and Manchester. Alternatively, for greater flexibility, you can undertake your programme entirely online.
Regardless of where or how you choose to study, you’ll benefit from an institution with roots dating back over 100 years which is focused on developing you into a business-ready professional.
At the beginning of your course, you can run a society, club or event of your choice - or join an existing one. A range of parties and balls are also organised for Bloomsbury students throughout the year, including a Freshers’ Party, Holly and Mistletoe Party and End-of-Year Ball.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.