- 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
Fees & Finance
UCL’s tuition fees for 2017 entry are set at £9,250 per year for UK and EU students for all undergraduate programmes. Tuition fees for 2018 entry may be higher.
You are not required to pay up-front fees. You can apply to the Student Loans Company for a Tuition Fee Loan and your fees will be paid directly to UCL on your behalf.
Loan repayments are only made once you have left university and are earning over £21,000 per year. You pay back 9% of everything you earn above the £21,000 threshold; for example, a person with an income of £25,000 would pay back 9% of £4,000, that is £360 a year or £30 a month (figures correct at time of publication).
For 2017 entry, UCL’s tuition fees (per year) for overseas undergraduate students applying to LLB Law programmes are £18,300 per year.
Tuition fees increase annually for all of UCL’s students (with the exception of UK/EU undergraduates, whose fees are set by the UK Government).
The fee listed here is for your first year of study only (for those starting in 2017/18). You should budget for a 3-5% increase each year for every further year of study. UCL’s tuition fees for 2018 entry may be higher.
Key information on tuition fees 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 in the Money pages in the UCL Current Students website. Select the Fee Schedule for the required year to find out what you will be expected to pay for your tuition for that academic session.
If you enrol onto one of our undergraduate programmes with a year abroad in Europe (LLB Law with French Law, LLB Law with German Law and LLB Law with Hispanic Law), you will have a different fee structure to students on the LLB Law degree programme. For the years where you are based at UCL (years one, two and four), normal UCL fees will apply. During your year abroad, you will pay a reduced rate to UCL, and no fees at all to the host institution, but may be required to pay registration fees.
Students who successfully transfer onto LLB Law with Another Legal System (Australia or Singapore) in their second year of the LLB Law programme will also pay a reduced fee rate for their year abroad.
If you are studying on our double degree programmes, LLB English and German Law with the Universität zu Köln, the dual degree with HKU and the LLB Law/J.D., you will be required to pay tuition fees to UCL for the first two years of the programme (when you will be based at UCL). During the final two years of your degree programme, the overseas institution will set your tuition fees and you will pay your fees directly to them.
Information regarding Columbia Law School tuition fees will be circulated in advance of the transfer application process being opened to students at the start of their second year.