BPP University

BPP University

Legal Practice Course

The programme gives you the essential training you need to become a qualified solicitor. It's your bridge between the academic world and professional life in a law firm, giving you the legal knowledge, skills and commercial understanding - to thrive in today's market. The programme is awarded by BPP University and is accredited by the Solicitors' Regulation Authority. Our course offers grounding in the key skills you will need to succeed; we focus on the all-round legal skills and commercial awareness employers are seeking.

Entry requirements

A minimum of one of the following: a qualifying law degree at grade 2.2 or above; qualifying non-law degree at grade 2.2 above and a GDL, CPE, or similar qualification such as CILEx. If you wish to study our Fast-Track LPC you will usually be required to hold a 2.1 at degree level. If English is not your 1st language you will need to hold IELTS level 6.5 or equivalent.

Course modules

Modules include: Business law and practice; property law and practice; litigation (civil and criminal); corporate finance; commercial law and intellectual property; media and entertainment law; immigration law.

Assessment methods

Assessment is by written examinations, oral skills and online assessments.

Sponsorship information

BPP Law School offers a number of exclusive scholarships open to all BPP students.


Qualification Study mode Fee Course duration
Legal Practice Course Full-time - 9 months
Legal Practice Course Part-time evening - 18 months
Legal Practice Course Part-time day - 18 months
Legal Practice Course Part-time weekend - 18 months

Campus details

Campus name Town Postcode Region Main campus Campus Partner
Manchester Manchester M1 6FQ North West
Birmingham Birmingham B4 6BN West Midlands
Bristol Bristol BS1 4QY South West
Cambridge Cambridge CB2 3NA East of England
Liverpool Liverpool L2 1TS North West
Leeds Whitehall Quay Leeds LS1 4HR Yorkshire and the Humber
Holborn (London) Camden WC1R 4NY South East

Key information

Telephone number: 
03331 223 604