We welcome applications from students who have achieved or expect to achieve good to excellent A-level results or equivalents, including the European and International Baccalaureates, Irish Leaving Certificate and Scottish Framework Qualifications.
Equivalents from overseas (non EU) examinations are also welcome, as are applications from mature or returning students.
- M100 LLB/Law (3 years)
- M101 LLB/Law (2 years) Senior Status
- M120 LLB/LawEu4 (4 years) English and European Law
- ML12 BA/LawPol (3 years) Law and Politics
We hold a number of open days during the application season to help you in your decisions.
We regularly have open days throughout the application period. Open days in the Department of Law are on an invitation basis only to students who have received offers from us. The college also has general open days, find out more on the college 'Visit Us' pages.
All applications from Home and EU students should be made before 15 January 2012 to guarantee equal academic consideration. The official UCAS deadline for applications from overseas candidates is 30 June 2012. However, due to intense competition for places we strongly encourage candidates to also apply before 15 January 2012. Applications received after this date will be treated on a case by case basis, depending on availability. The Department of Law does not accept UCAS Extra applications and does not go into clearing.
How to apply
We do hold some interviews but the majority of students are considered on their UCAS applications only.
Applications for admission should be made through the UCAS website.