ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY OF LAW LONDON MOORGATE
The University of Law London Moorgate is the largest specialist corporate law school in the UK. It’s located in the City of London, close to leading global law firms.
OUTSIDE THE UNIVERSITY
London is a city that never sleeps. Moorgate is one of London’s busiest areas, and with The City on the doorstep, there’s a huge range of things to do from a diverse selection of local areas. London food is truly global and you’ll easily find a pub, bar or coffee shop to suit your mood. Theatre, cinema, galleries, music, museums, and festivals – the nation’s capital has it all.
Transport links are unrivalled too. The London Underground (the Tube), train and bus links connect every corner of the city. Larger train stations, like Paddington, Waterloo and King’s Cross St Pancras, are gateways to the rest of the UK. There are also five airports all easily reached on the Tube or by train.
A VARIED SPORTS AND SOCIAL LIFE
There are a huge variety of social events and sports available at The University of Law London Moorgate. Whether your motivation is to meet other students, relax and unwind or burn a few calories, there is something to suit everyone.
Each year, students form many clubs and societies which have previously included activities such as:
Skiing & snowboarding
Every year, more activities – some traditional, some surprising – are added.
A range of parties and balls are also organised for Moorgate and Bloomsbury students throughout the year by a former University of Law student, including a Freshers’ party, Holly and Mistletoe party and end of year ball.
The Student Association works in partnership with the university to influence, support and help you forge new relationships, whilst offering an essential service. It also helps to organise a whole array of clubs and societies for students, ranging from football and netball, through to yoga or trampolining, film & TV societies, debating clubs and human rights groups.
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