Applications for admission to the degree programmes
must be made through the central system, the Universities and Colleges
Admissions Service (UCAS) no later than the UCAS deadline of 15 January.
The Faculty of Laws will not consider any application submitted after 15
Applications are submitted via the UCAS
website (www.ucas.com) and applicants are able to track the responses
from universities as decisions on the application are made. The website
is also excellent source of information
and advice for students applying for degrees.
National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT)
The LNAT is an admissions test which must be taken by all candidates applying
for the LLB degree programmes at UCL Faculty of Laws. The test should be taken
as soon as possible after submitting the UCAS application and no later than
20 January in the
cycle in which they are applying (final registration 15 January).
The applications of candidates who have not taken
the LNAT by
this date will not be considered, even if their original application was submitted
by the UCAS deadline of 15 January.
Please see the LNAT pages
of our website for additional information.
UCL does not admit any transfer students into any stage of our
LLB degree courses. This is because all our programmes are currently oversubscribed
and there isn't the capacity within the Faculty in terms of student numbers.
All applications must be made via the UCAS for enrolment at the beginning of
year one for the full three or
four year degree
course. All applicants are subject to the same rigorous entry requirements, A*AA
at UK A-level or equivalent, reflecting the intense competition
for the limited number of places available. All applicants are also required
to take the National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT) by 20 January in the year
in which they are applying.