Applications are made through UCAS as for other degree programmes. However, the following additional actions must be taken.
You must sit the National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT).
The test must be taken as soon as possible after submitting your UCAS application and no later than 20 January in the same admissions cycle in which you are applying. Registration for the test closes on 15 January. Details of the test and the location of public test centres can be found on the LNAT website.
Please note that a charge will apply for the test, which students must cover themselves. Details of costs are on the LNAT website. LNAT results cannot be carried forward from one academic year to the next.
Find out more on the National Admissions Test for Law website.
Medicine applicants (A100)
You must submit a UCAS application by the 15 October deadline and sit the BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT), an admissions test for Medicine.
Details of the test, the dates it is being held and the location of public test centres can be found on the BMAT website. Please note that a charge will apply for the test, which students must cover themselves. Details of costs are on the BMAT website.
All applicants being actively considered are required to attend an interview, whether resident in the UK or overseas. In the event of an offer being made, there are some additional non-academic entry requirements, such as a minimum age, occupational health clearance and police checks. Information about all of these can be found on the UCL Medical School website.
Find out more details on the Biomedical Admissions Test website.