|Motto||Your Ambition Realised|
|Parent institution||BPP Holdings|
|President||Baroness Cohen of Pimlico|
|CEO & Vice Chancellor||Professor Carl Lygo|
|Location||Abingdon, Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Leeds, Liverpool, London and Manchester, United Kingdom|
|Former names||BPP University College of Professional Studies (2010)
BPP College of Professional Studies (2005)
BPP Law School (1992)
BPP University is a private for-profit university located in England, United Kingdom. BPP University is owned and run by BPP Holdings, a United Kingdom-based provider of professional and academic education that is part of the American higher education company Apollo Global which owns the Western International University in the USA, Universidad Latinoamericana in Mexico and University for the Arts, Sciences, and Communication in Chile.
BPP University is a United Kingdom degree-awarding body with four schools: BPP Business School, BPP Law School, BPP School of Health and BPP School of Foundation and English Language Studies.
BPP was founded by Alan Brierley, Richard Price and Charles Prior in 1976 as Brierley Price Prior to provide exam training to accountancy students. In 1992 BPP Law School was founded and in 2005 this joined forces with the newly formed BPP Business School under the name BPP College.
In 2007 the Privy Council gave BPP College degree-awarding powers, making it the first publicly owned private company in the UK to obtain degree-awarding powers, after undergoing examination by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA). In July 2010 BPP College was granted university college status and from that point was known as BPP University College.
In February 2013, Times Higher Education reported that the QAA criticised BPP University College and told it to make improvements to marketing materials after potentially misleading claims over courses were identified. In August 2013 BPP University College was awarded university status and changed its name to BPP University. BPP University awards a growing number of undergraduate and postgraduate courses at city-centre locations in the United Kingdom.
In November 2013 BPP won Education Investor magazine's "Higher/Professional Education Provider of the Year 2013" award (http://www.educationinvestor.co.uk/awards/awardsWinners2013.aspx).
Also during 2013, BPP granted its 1,000th scholarship to promote diversity of access to the accountancy, finance and legal professions (http://www.bpp.com/about-bpp/aboutBPP/press-releases#provider-of-the-year).
Organisation and administration
BPP University is the third independently funded university in the United Kingdom (following the University of Buckingham and the University of Law). As a private body, it receives no funding from the higher education funding councils and can set tuition fees at the level of its choice. Undergraduate students do however qualify for student loan company loans.
In 2011, BPP set its fees for 2012 undergraduate courses at £5,000, a much lower level than most publicly funded UK universities.
The university offers degree programmes in law, business (management, marketing, human resources, entrepreneurship, leadership) accounting, finance, psychology and health studies. In 2011, it had 6,780 students taking courses in its Business School, Law School, School of Health and School of Foundation & English Language Studies. A further 30,000 took accountancy qualifications with BPP's professional training organisation BPP Professional Education. The university also manages and operates McTimoney College of Chiropractic and through that partnership offers four year Master's degrees in Chiropractic.
- LLB (Hons)
- LLB (Hons) Business Law
- LLB (Hons) Law with Psychology
- BSc (Hons) Leadership, Entrepreneurship & Management
- BSc (Hons) Business Management
- BSc (Hons) Business Management with Finance
- BSc (Hons) Banking and Finance
- BSc (Hons) Professional Accounting
- BSc (Hons) Psychology
- Integrated Undergraduate Masters in Chiropractic
- BSc (Hons) Nursing (Diploma to Degree)
- Higher Education Certificate in Health and Social Care 
- MSc Management
- MSc Management with Finance
- MSc Management with Project Management
- MSc International Marketing
- MSc Professional HR
- LLM (Commercial Law)
- LLM (Comparative Commercial Law)
- LLM (International Business Law)
- LLM (Professional Legal Practice)
- LLM (Financial Regulation and Compliance)
- LLM (International Comparative Tax Law)
- LLM (Islamic Finance and Business Law)
- LLM (Chinese Business and Investment Law)
- LLM (Trans-national Criminal Justice)
- MSc Animal Manipulation
- MSc Chiropractic (Paediatrics)
- Masters in Clinical Dentistry 
"Pathway programmes" are non-degree programmes.
- Pathway to Higher Education Certificate in Accounting
- Pathway to Higher Education Certificate in Business Management
- Pathway to Higher Education Certificate in Health
- Pathway to Higher Education Certificate in Legal Studies
- Pathway to Higher Education Certificate in Healthcare
- International Foundation Certificate in Legal Studies
- International Foundation Certificate in Business Management
- International Foundation Certificate in Health
- Extended International Foundation Certificate
- Extended Masters 
The university also provides a number of Professional Education courses also, leading to exams taken with professional bodies such as The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM)www.bpp.com/CIM.
- Janet Murray (9 May 2011). "BPP University College chief leads a university 'that is different'". The Guardian. Retrieved 15 May 2011.
- "BPP FAQs: A little bit of history". BPP Website. Retrieved 15 May 2011.
- Marcus Leroux (25 September 2007). "FTSE company wins right to give degrees". The Times. Retrieved 15 May 2011.
- Sean Coughlan. "First private university in decades to be created". BBC News. Archived from the original on 20 May 2011. Retrieved 15 May 2011.
- Melanie Newman, "For-profit college to offer two-year law degree," 17 January 2008, The Times Higher Education, found at The Times Higher Education website. Retrieved March 4, 2009.
- BPP website undergraduate programmes list
- BPP website postgraduate degrees list
- BPP website pathway programmes list