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    University of Bolton offering qualifying law degrees recognised in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

    The University of Bolton (formerly Bolton Institute of Higher Education) is a university in Bolton, Greater Manchester, England.

    Bolton Institute of Higher Education was formed in 1982 by the merger of the Bolton Institute of Technology and Bolton College of Education (Technical).

    Bolton Institute was awarded the right to award taught degrees in 1990, with the powers to award research degrees in 1994.

    In April 2004, the Institute was awarded university status with immediate effect. The institution then set about searching for a new name to match its university status. A long consultation period considered many titles, including 'Bolton University', 'Bolton Institute University', 'West Pennines University', 'Bolton Metropolitan University' and 'Bolton Leverhulme University', before announcing 'University of Bolton' as the new title on September 2 2004. The title was approved by the Privy Council on January 27 2005 and officially adopted.

    International Students

    The University of Bolton welcomes students from all over the world and has a well established and thriving community of 525 international students from 60 countries. If you are thinking of studying here you can be sure of a warm welcome and a first class education. If you are looking for support, advice and information, the university's Centre for International Relations| is available before you join the university, during your studies and after you graduate.

    A branch campus has recently been opened by the university at Ras al Khaimah |in the United Arab Emirates and offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Built Environment, Engineering, Business, Computing/Information Technology and Art and Design.
    The university consists of five academic schools and three research centres

    Academic schools
    • School of Arts, Media and Education
    • School of the Built Environment and Engineering
    • Bolton Business School
    • School of Games Computing and Creative Technologies
    • School of Health and Social Sciences


    Research centres
    • Business Logistics Innovation and Systems Research Centre * BLIS Research Centre
    • Centre for Materials Research and Innovation
    • Institute for Educational Cybernetics Institute for Educational Cybernetics



    Bolton Student Union Law Society

    Who are we
    The Bolton Students Union Law Society are all students studying Law here at the University. The society is made up of 8 committee members, then there is of course the most important people, the society members.

    Mission Statement
    To incorporate the Law Society in the development of students in line with law based subjects at the University of Bolton with a view to achieve a greater understanding, and practices covered within the legal industry.

    Aims and Objectives
    To promote interrelationship, fellowship and support between law undergraduates in the University of Bolton by promoting social events such as the Law Society Ball

    To enhance the University’s image in all areas of legal excellence

    To function as a non-profit making organisation with all funds directed towards furthering the aims of the Association

    To establish, provide and maintain the provision of both junior and senior mooting within the ranks of undergraduate law students of the University of Bolton and upon a high standard of competency being reached to seek to enter competitions with other outside law undergraduates

    To establish, provide and maintain the provision of debating within the ranks of law students, staff alike and such other university’s other departments who wish to partake in such debates and to include entering outside competitions or other similar ventures

    To invite guest speakers from outside bodies into the University to give talks on their experiences

    To hold a books fair enabling lower years to purchase books used by upper years at a reduced value

    To practice a mentoring scheme, so more experienced students can give advice and guidance to less experienced students on all aspects of law

    To organise outings and visits to outside locations with the emphasis on furthering undergraduates legal education

    To promote integration of students from differing cultural and social backgrounds, also to maintain a policy of non prejudice against other students specifically on the grounds of nationality, race, creed, religion, age, sexual orientation and disability, maintain diversity as set out in the university policies and procedures

    To encourage and promote relations with local legal agencies and partnership firms

    http://www.bolton.ac.uk/LawSociety/Home.aspx

    Contact

    For information about courses please call: Course Enquiries hotline on 01204 903903 or for other enquiries please call: General Switchboard on 01204 900600.

    Contact Form:

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