Holborn Law College, as it had been initially known, was established in 1969 to prepare bright young lawyers from overseas for the University of London International Programme LLB exams, for a short time at 200 Greyhound Road in Fulham on part-time courses for England & Wales Solicitors' Finals and, with the largest proportion nationwide of successful students, the old-style English Bar Examination for British Commonwealth and US exemptions-seeking Bar students (70%) as well as UK Intending Non-Practitioners (30%) until the exam was phased right out in 2000.
In 2005 the college became part of Kaplan Inc., one of the largest international private education providers. Kaplan provides education and training to a million students across 30 countries every year. In March 2013, the college rebranded from "Holborn College" to "Kaplan Holborn College.
Kaplan Holborn College specialises in law and business, offering foundation, undergraduate, top-up and postgraduate courses in association with leading UK universities such as Anglia Ruskin University, and the University of the West of England.
The College has a diverse mix of students from the UK, EU and the rest of the world.
Three- and four-year undergraduate degrees cost £5,995 per annum. Two-year degrees are charged at £9,000.
Kaplan Holborn College will be closing in September 2015. It is no longer taking new applications. 
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