The application process for the 2014-15 academic session, for entry in September 2014, is now open.
How to apply
There are two ways to apply for a place on the LLM at UCL. We recommend
applying online as you will be able to log in and check the status of the application, including decisions, re-send reference requests, update contact details and more. An application processing fee is applicable for LLM programme applications (£50 for applications made online and £75 for those received on paper).
All applicants must complete an application form. Application forms must be
at least 2 references, one of which must be academic for recent graduates;
transcripts of the law qualifications,
which if not in English must be accompanied by a certified English translation (if applying by post, please send photocopies only);
where appropriate, evidence of English language ability / qualifications
(see Entry Requirements
Guidence on personal statement
When we assess your application we would like to learn:
why you want to study Law at graduate level
why you want to study Law at UCL
how your academic and professional background meets the demands of this programme
where you would like to go professionally with your degree
please state the modules you would like to take as part of the LLM (not including the dissertation topic)
please state the specialism you would like to follow (if applicable)
please state the field you may be interested to research by way of dissertation
Together with essential academic requirements, the personal statement is your opportunity to illustrate whether your reasons for applying to this programme match what the programme will deliver.
When to apply
The application process for the 2014-15 academic session, for entry in September 2014, is now open. Due to a high demand for places you are strongly advised to apply early. The deadline for applications for September 2014 is Tuesday 1st July 2014. However, the admissions process may close earlier than the 1st July should the programme become full.
Successful applicants will be sent a formal offer of admission signed by the
Academic Registrar. The letter will indicate whether the offer is unconditional
or subject to the fulfillment of specific conditions. It will also show on your online portal.
To help us to provide a quick and efficient service to all applicants, please
refrain from contacting the Graduate Office seeking a decision on your application
unless it has been more than 6 weeks from receiving the acknowledgment email from the Admissions Office.
International applicants should not leave their own country for the purpose
of attending UCL before receiving a formal unconditional offer of admission from UCL Admissions Office.