- Interdepartmental and Intercollegiate Students
- LLB degrees
- LLB Law
- Year One Modules
- Year Two Modules
- Year Three Modules
- Year 3/4: History Of English Law
- Year 3/4: Access to Justice and Community Engagement
- Year 3/4: Employment Law
- Year 3/4: Intellectual Property Law
- Year 3/4: Law Of Evidence
- Year 3/4: Company Law
- Year 3/4: Law Of Taxation
- Year 3/4: Commercial Law
- Year 3/4: Research Essay
- Year 3/4: Health Care Law
- Year 3/4: Human Rights in the UK
- Year 3/4: Roman Law
- Year 3/4: Conflict of Laws
- Year 3/4: Criminology
- Year 3/4: Unjust Enrichment
- Year 3/4: Lawyers: Practice and Ethics
- Year 3/4: Public International Law
- Year 3/4: Environmental Law
- Year 3/4: Family Law
- LLB Law with French Law
- LLB Law with German Law
- LLB Law with Hispanic Law
- Law with Another Legal System (Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong)
- LLB Bachelor of Laws (UCL) and LLB Bachelor of Laws (HKU)
- LLB Dual Degree English and German Law with Universität zu Köln
- Dual LLB/Juris Doctor (JD) with Columbia University, New York
- LLB Law
- Bentham House Redevelopment
Applications for admission to the LLB degree programmes at UCL Laws must be made online through UCAS. To apply to UCL Laws you must submit your application by the 15 January UCAS deadline. We will not consider any applications submitted to UCAS after 15 January.
When you apply through UCAS, you will be able to track the progress of your application and stay up to date with responses from universities as decisions on your application are made. The UCAS website is also excellent source of information and advice for students applying for degrees.
Important information for all applicants
All applicants to undergraduate degree programmes at UCL Laws must take the LNAT as soon as possible after submitting their UCAS application, and must take it no later than 20 January in the admissions cycle in which they are applying.
You must register for the LNAT before the 15 January.
It is your responsibility to register and book the LNAT as soon as possible to ensure that you can get a test slot by the deadline.
You can register to take the LNAT at a test centre near you: the LNAT has 500 test centres in 165 countries around the world.
You must link your LNAT registration to UCL, failure to do so could mean that your application is unsuccessful due to missing results.