UCL FACULTY OF LAWS

Master of Laws (LLM) Programme

The Graduate School

Located in the main UCL campus on Gower Street, just a few minutes walk from the Faculty, the Graduate School brings together students from all Faculties within UCL, ensuring that UCL continues to be at the forefront of graduate education and research and that its graduate students are offered the finest environment for their personal and academic development.

The Graduate School facilitates intellectual and social contact between graduates of different disciplines and from different backgrounds and countries.

The aims of the UCL Graduate School are to provide a resource for graduate students, to ensure that:

  • UCL continues to be at the forefront of graduate education and research;
  • to enhance the student experience - through offering the finest environment for personal and academic development.

The Graduate School aims to provide support for students in many ways, but particularly, through its Skills Development Programme, Research Funds, Scholarships and Codes of Practice, all of which are detailed on this web site.

In all its different activities, the UCL Graduate School is important in providing both intellectual and social contact between graduates of different disciplines and from different backgrounds and countries. The Graduate School is here to help make rewarding contacts outside the close confines of the laboratory or the library, whether within UCL or outside in the wider world.

Visit the Graduate School web site

 

 

APPLICATION NOTICES

The application process for the 2014-15 academic session, for entry in September 2014, is now closed.

Information regarding applications for September 2015 will be updated on the website in September 2014.

IMPORTANT NOTICE : Updated 28 May 2014

The Home Office issued an update about the acceptance of ETS tests (including TOEFL). They have now confirmed that Higher Education students applying for a Tier 4 visa may use a TOEFL test taken after 17 April, if a Higher Education Institution is willing to use its academic discretion. For those students entering in September 2014, UCL will continue to accept the TOEFL even if it was taken after 17 April. However, if an applicant still needs to book a test then we recommend that they take an alternative test to TOEFL. Those who have already arranged to take a different test following the previous advice from the Home Office, we encourage you to go ahead with taking the alternative test.

The TOEFL test will continue to be accepted for 2014 entrants who have been asked to take an English language qualification as part of their offer condition, and do not need to apply for a visa to study in the UK.