BPP Law School is a UK-based provider of professional legal education and is one of the largest in the country (approximately one third of all entrants to the English legal profession are educated by BPP Law School), with branches in Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Leeds, Liverpool, London (Holborn and Waterloo) and Manchester. In 2007, BPP Law School became the first privately owned, publicly traded firm in the United Kingdom to be granted the right to issue degrees. The School is part of BPP University College which, in turn, is owned by BPP Holdings Limited.
BPP Law School has strong ties to a wide consortium of "Magic Circle" and "Silver Circle" law firms to educate their future trainees. BPP Law School is a vocational provider of the Legal Practice Course (LPC) for future Solicitors - from September 2013 in addition to the standard LPC, BPP students can study an MA (LPC with Business) making it the only LPC that integrates business into the programme, giving students a Masters degree in both law and business. BPP also offer the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) (formerly known as the Bar Vocational Course, or the BVC) for future Barristers. It also awards Graduate Diploma in Law (for those coming directly from a non-LLB qualification) and LLM degrees. In 2009 BPP Law School provided its first programmes in undergraduate law, whose students qualify for loans by way of the student loans company.
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