UCL Faculty of Laws


A level results day 2018

16 August 2018

Congratulations to all those students who have received their A-Level results today and will be coming to UCL Laws to study. We very much look forward to welcoming you!

Students sitting in the Cissy Chu Common Room at Bentham House

A-level results for thousands of students across the UK were published today, with places for undergraduate degree programmes at UCL Faculty of Laws being filled.
Incoming students for the upcoming academic year will begin studying at UCL Laws in September 2018. 

Professor Piet Eeckhout, Dean of UCL Laws, said:

“I am very pleased to congratulate our incoming UCL Laws students on their A Level results. We are a world-leading centre for studying law, and I am confident that your time with us will provide opportunities for even greater accomplishments. We are delighted to have you join us.”

Shawn Siah, President of the UCL Law Society, said: 

“First and foremost, hats off to you for the hard work that you've put into the A-Levels - you deserve the stellar grades that you have received to join us at UCL Laws!     The UCL Law Society is here to support you amidst this season of change. We look forward to meeting you very soon at UCL's Gustave Tuck Theatre on Sunday, 23 September 2018 - save the date!”

What to do next

Students who have a conditional offer should check their application status on UCAS Track to see whether they have met the grade requirements.

An email with further details on the enrolment process will be sent to incoming students next week. Students should then log into the UCL Portal.

Students starting this year are also encouraged to visit UCL’s New Students page for more information on what to do before their arrival in September, and check the news page for the latest updates and events at UCL Laws. For non-UK students, the International Student Orientation Programme (ISOP) is designed to help make the transition into life in the UK easier.

Thinking of studying at UCL Laws?

For almost 200 years, UCL Laws has been a leader in teaching law and public policy in the UK and beyond. Find out more about studying at UCL Laws or attend an upcoming undergraduate open day.