BPP University is a private university, solely dedicated to business and the professions, hence the perfect university to prepare its students for a professional career. The university’s strong commercial approach, makes it different to other universities. Students can expect to get an excellent preparation for their future jobs. The programmes are designed in cooperation with employers and professionals in the fields of law, business, finance and health. BPP University has sites in several cities across the UK.Show more
If you want to apply to BPP University in London, you will need:
At the BPP University, recruitment runs from July to November.
BPP University has several locations in London itself, including e.g. Liverpool Street, Shepherd’s Bush and Woterloo. In addition, it also has branches in Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Cambridge.
Absolutely yes. BPP Univesity has a number of programs that are attractive to both local students and international ones. It also has a comfortable campus and a number of student discounts to make life in London easier and more affordable.
The admission process to BPP University can be summarized in 10 steps:
1. Choose a degree programme that interests you
2. Prepare the required documents
3. Have a BPP University interview
4. Receive conditional offer via email
5. Make a payment
6. Get your CAS number
7. Apply for a student visa
8. Organize your travel
9. Register onto your programme
10. Get the details about your timetable, location and other instruction information.
The uni provides minimal information, they don’t proofread their materials so everything has mistakes including exam questions. They don’t tailor the coursework to the work we do at our firms and they don’t provide examples of what we need to provide.View more
Although the support team takes a long time and is awful, the course is interesting and the teachers are very kind and helpful. However, some teachers are not very useful and some classmate are annoying as they disturb others.View more
I have had experience studying my master’s from a different university and comparing to this private university it’s a different experience. Without any expectations this can be fine to do master’s without having any university experience expectations otherwise you will definitely miss alot. The marking system is awful and the location of the university isn’t great. Overall 3 out of 5View more
I joined for a Masters’s in management after my MBA. This is a good university with low cost and trying its best to provide the facilities for international students. Apart from campus location and technical support, everything seems fine. They need to figure out good student engagement platforms at least for future ones.View more
Have had the experience to learn project management as my double masters, the environment isn’t much of a university level expectations. Ofcourse the faculty taught their best and environment at the University isn’t that welcoming with my personal experience.View more
The course is designed to be practical and professional. Great location in the City of London. A cost-effective option for people who want to pursue further education in law/business and look for career opportunities in London. The academic administration system and management be improved though since there are always problems with the updating of timetables and student learning systems. The university is international overall but it also depends on what course you do.View more
– The course is built around simulated client portfolios which not only makes it more interesting but helps you get familiar with using your legal skills and knowledge to solve real client problems.
– Some tutors are amazing at simplifying and explaining the course content.
– BPP offers a lot of great resources to facilitate independent study.
– Not all tutors are equal, some are better than others which means for some modules, you’re going to have to do a lot more independent reading to compensate for that.
– Doing the course fully online was not ideal but that’s not BPP’s fault. That was due to the pandemic.View more
The PGDL is a newly developed course. It replaces the GDL and it’s designed to support and prepare students for the new SQE 1 & 2 route to law.
I am completing the course remotely. The delivery of live lectures takes place on adobe connect. Lectures are mostly engaging, however, connectivity can sometimes be an issue due to the nature of the lectures relying on a good connection on both the lecture and students end.
The lectures could be more student-centered with the use of more student involvement however this is at the tutors’ discretion and not all tutors adopt engaging practices.
In terms of assessment and feedback, I am happy with the standard of the feedback. The assessments are clearly outlined, including exam material being available with lots of time to revise and an open book policy for all exams. The feedback is thorough and offers ways you can improve your grade.
There is an ongoing issue with tutors leaving BPP, there have been several tutors that have left the institution whilst I have been a student there. However, learning hasn’t been disrupted by this (so far).
Overall, I am satisfied with the course. There have been some occasional teething issues, and I think BPP should use another platform to deliver their online lectures, but this is the only concern I have. Other aspects of being a student with BPP are mostly satisfied.View more