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Tuition Fees

Key information on finance can be found on the Fees and Finance pages of the main UCL website. The most up to date information on the tuition fees at UCL can be found on the Money section of the UCL website. Please click on the Fee Schedule for the required year to view the fee's applicable for that academic session.

Students who enrol onto one of our programmes with a year abroad in Europe (Law with French Law, Law with German Law and Law with Hispanic Law) will have a different fee structure than those on the Law LLB degree programme. For the years spent at UCL (years 1, 2 and 4) normal UCL fees will apply. Students will pay a reduced rate to UCL during their year abroad and no fees at all to the host institution. As these programmes are under the ERASMUS scheme UK and EU fee paying students will not pay any tuition fees for the year abroad.

The students who successfully transfer onto the Law with Another Legal System (Australia or Singapore) LLB programme in their second year of the Law LLB programme will also pay a reduced fee rate for their year abroad.

Please see the Finance for Students Abroad webpage for further information on the proportion of fees payable remembering that information will differ depending on whether you would be on an ERASMUS exchange or a Departmental exchange (Law with Another Legal System) and whether you are a UK, EU or Overseas fee payer.

Students on double degree programmes are required to pay the normal fee rate to UCL for the 2 years spent at UCL and pay fees directly to the institution abroad for the two years spent there. For those on the English Law and German Law LLB and Baccalaureus Legum the fees for years 3 and 4 are those set by the University of Cologne. Those who successfully transfer to the LLB/JD double degree programme will pay Columbia’s fees for years 3 and 4. Information regarding Columbia, including the fees, will be circulated by the Faculty in advance of the applications being opened to students at the start of their second year.


Please visit the UCL Scholarships and Funding pages for information on sources of funding, bursaries and scholarships available for students. There are also a number of scholarships exclusively for undergraduate Law students. Details on each of these, including applications and deadlines (please note deadlines can be prior to enrolment at UCL) can be found on our Scholarships page.

National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT)
All applicants are required to take the LNAT as soon as possible and no later than 20 January (registration deadline 15 January).

Please see our Frequently Asked Questions page before you contact the Admissions Office.
(lines open 3pm - 5pm, Monday to Friday)
020 7679 1492
020 7679 1415
020 7679 1009

020 7679 1414

E -mail: admissions.laws@ucl.ac.uk

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