This University Has Promised To Refund Tuition Fees If You Don’t Find a Job

A university has promised its to refund its students half of their tuition if they’re still unemployed after 9 months of graduation. 

The University of Law (ULaw) announced the move following a 97% graduate employment rate.



The Employment Promise is open to students applying for the LPC programmes in September, the tuition fees for which range from £10,950 to £14,765. 

ULaw CEO, David Johnson, said this in a statement: “More than just a degree, today’s students want a clear return on their investment. For law graduates, this means one thing: securing a training contract or a full time job upon graduation. Our position as the preferred training provider to over 30 major law firms and our experience in training highly skilled law practitioners give us the confidence and the assurance that our graduates will be in employment within nine months”