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welcome to GUILDFORD

Guildford is a historic market town in the south east of England, within easy reach of London. Our Guildford campus is set within 23 acres of beautiful parkland.

Note: From July 2024 we are no longer accepting new students at our Guildford campus. However, we offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses at our other campuses. Closest to Guildford are our Bloomsbury and Moorgate campuses in London, and our satellite campuses at the University of Reading and Royal Holloway based in Egham.


About Guildford

Guildford is one of the most popular places in the South of England for pubs, restaurants, bars and clubbing. There are two excellent theatres and an Odeon cinema, as well as a large leisure centre and state of the art sports complex, Surrey Sports Park. Guildford is a bustling, student-friendly town with a diverse range of eateries that cater to all tastes. All this is surrounded by Surrey's area of outstanding natural beauty. 

Our law school is easily accessible by public transport or car, and just a 20 minute walk to Guildford’s train station and the town centre. What sets this campus apart is its history, the green spaces and walking trails that surround it.

Our Guildford campus library has an extensive collection of legal study books organised by practice area. The spacious environment allows for group work and provides access to all the resources and legal books you’ll need throughout your studies. The campus’ workshop rooms are laid out to facilitate collaborative group learning and smaller classes mean more student-lecturer interaction time and opportunities to bounce ideas off your fellow students.

The campus’ café is a nice place to take a break between classes, eat and socialise. Whilst the front lawn, with its stunning views, acts as a relaxing place for you to spend time with friends in warmer weather. You will have the opportunity to get involved in sporting and social activities at our Guildford campus and have the option to start a society yourself.

The campus’ employability team are always on-hand to help you by providing careers advice, interview practice and information on networking events with local firms and businesses that you may be able to get work experience or pro bono opportunities with.

At Guildford, our lecturers and staff are dedicated to helping you achieve your education and career ambitions. If you’re studying law with us, you will be able to benefit from our lecturers’ experience as over 90% of them are qualified lawyers.

Braboeuf Manor – home to our Guildford Campus

Our Guildford campus is based at the historical site of Braboeuf Manor which takes its name from the Brébeuf Norman family who came to England with William the Conqueror in 1066. Hugue(s) de Brébeuf is mentioned in the which lists the men who fought with William the Conqueror. The Brébeufs owned the Guildford estate from 1231 to 1362. Other notable members of the family include Jean de Brébeuf, a well-known missionary who travelled to Canada in 1625 where he studied the native languages of indigenous people of Northern America.

Fountain court garden




  Free Wifi

  Computer suite

  Welfare officer

  Free parking

  Free counsellor

  23 acres of parkland

  Silent study area



Take advantage of our multiple campuses and experience different places to study throughout your course.