Kaplan Holborn College was initially established as a college of higher education in London, England by having the specializations in the fields of accounting, finance, law, business and little other art architecture areas. Holborn Law Collegeinitially said to be started in the year 1969 to mark as well established centers for making young lawyers from abroad for the University of London International Programme and later on Wolverhampton University External has emerged with LLB exams and received the Queens Award for Export Achievement in the year 1982 for its role in globalized education. For a short period, at 200 Greyhound Road in Fulham, it has offered part-time courses for England & Wales Solicitors Finals as well as certificated courses in the individual degree-level law subjects. Though this is said to be the best course of address, with having of largest proportion nationwide with successful students and had the previous style of English Bar Examination (which is known as Bar Finals) for the British Commonwealth and US exemptions to seek the bar students, as well as for UK Intending Non-Practitioners, until the exam was mentioned in the year 2000. The loss of the well subscribed part and full-time courses deprived the college of a vital source of revenue. Unfortunately, the College from there on got no Bar Council approval to run the new, bound together Practitioners Bar Vocational Course (BVC) requiring in-house sound recording studio-offices for handy Advocacy, Conference and Negotiation aptitudes. The school then moved to a site amongst Woolwich and Greenwich in South-East London. In 2005 the school turned out to be a piece of Kaplan Inc., one of the biggest universal private schooling suppliers. Kaplan consistently gives instruction and preparing to a million understudies crosswise over 30 nations. In March 2013, the school rebranded from "Holborn College" to "Kaplan Holborn College".