Lse Law Admission Requirements

We accept qualifications from all over the world. If your qualifications are not from the UK, visit the University of London`s Entry Qualifications page to find out more about your country`s requirements. The minimum requirements for a place in the course are as follows: * Please note that some programs have specific admission requirements. It is recommended to contact undergraduate admissions before applying. For more information on admission requirements and how to apply, see Study Opportunities for LSE Graduates. To be considered for admission to a taught master`s program (equivalent to the second year higher), we typically need a bachelor`s degree with a cumulative GPA of 3.5/4 on a 4-point scale, or 3.5/4.3, 4.3/5, 10/12 or 85% overall. If the only grading system is a letter grading system, we would normally need a B+ average. Contextual admission IB scores** 37 points in total, of which 666 are at a higher level Competition for places at the LSE Faculty of Law is high. This means that even if you are predicted or reach the usual standard offer, it does not guarantee you an offer of admission. These are provided for illustrative purposes only. In 2020, 2,492 students applied to law, 544 received offers, and 194 actually received a place to study. This means that less than 8% of all applicants received a study place.

Level T qualifications (only relevant subjects) are considered individually. Depending on the entry requirements of the requested program, it is likely that we will only accept students with an overall grade of at least one scholarship and, in some cases, a scholarship* may be required. Since candidates are considered individually, a certain level from A* to B in the core component and merit or distinction in professional specialization may be requested. Browse our programme pages to learn more about study-specific entry requirements, preferred subject combinations, and desirable skills and characteristics. Your application will be reviewed based on its academic merit. Please note that competition for places at the LSE is intense and compliance with the minimum entry requirements does not guarantee that admission will be offered to you. It is therefore in your best interest to apply as soon as possible. We welcome applications from all prospective qualified students and wish to recruit students with the best academic merits, potential and motivations, regardless of their background. The following guidelines should be read in conjunction with our general eligibility criteria. – to make a standard offer to a candidate when the latter is likely to be slightly lower than the usual entry requirements International qualifications acceptedAlthough not an exhaustive list, the following international qualifications are listed that may qualify candidates for the LSE exam:• At least five Advanced Placement subjects (see College Board and UCAS websites), who are employed for a maximum period of three years.

A confirmation of our AP requirements can be found here• A qualification for international programmes at the University of London*• A core programme (the LSE only takes into account international core programmes run by UK institutions)• One year of university study with a bachelor`s degree from another institution** * Applications will be considered by applicants who do not reach the normal minimum age for admission. Each application is considered individually and the decision is at the discretion of the University of London. All applicants applying to study the LLB (course code M100) at the LSE for entry in 2023 (or delayed entry in 2024) must take the National Law Admission Test (LNAT). LNAT is not required for any other program at the LSE. Why did the LSE introduce LNAT? Each LSE cycle receives a very large number of highly qualified candidates to study the LLB. The LNAT will provide additional information on candidates` suitability for law studies and will be used alongside existing examinations to make fair admission decisions. What is LNAT? The LNAT is the national admission test for law and is used by several UK universities as part of their admissions process. The LNAT is a 21/4-hour test in two parts: a multiple-choice section based on a passage of text and a written essay. It is intended to test candidates` ability to study law at university; It does not require any prior knowledge of the law.

Since these candidates do not require additional coaching to take the test, we do not recommend or recommend paying third parties who offer coaching assistance or preparation materials. Visit the LNAT website for official information and instructions on how to prepare for the test, including paper samples. We strongly recommend that you visit the LNAT website before submitting your application for detailed information about the test. and where should I take the test? For participation in September 2023 (or participation carried forward to September 2024), the LNAT can be taken between September 1, 2022 and December 31, 2022. You can submit your application to the LSE before or after the test via UCAS, but to ensure fair and equitable consideration of all applications, you must provide us with your LNAT score by 31 December 2022. We cannot guarantee that points received after this date will be taken into account. You can only take the test once per application cycle. Test results cannot be carried over to the next application cycle if you reapply. The test is administered by Pearson VUE and test centres are available throughout the UK and overseas.

You must register with Pearson VUE on the LNAT website to book your test. For more information, see How much does the test cost? The cost of test takers can be found on the LNAT website. Help is available for UK/EU students who cannot afford the cost of the test. UK and EU students eligible for certain state benefits can apply for an LNAT scholarship. For more information and how to apply for an LNAT scholarship, see will the LSE use the LNAT in admission decisions? At this time, we will only use the multiple-choice score when evaluating candidates; For most candidates, the essay will not be considered. Exceptions are rare and are considered on a case-by-case basis by each university. If I take the LNAT test, do I have to take the UGAA? Some applicants who acquire non-traditional or lesser-known qualifications may be required to take the Undergraduate Admission Assessment (UGAA) as part of their application to the LSE. The UGAA is an assessment administered by the LSE that assesses candidates` English and mathematics skills. More information on the UGAA, including a list of qualifications required by the UGAA, is available on the UGAA pages. Applicants to the LLB programme of the LSE are exempt from the UGAA.

Instead, the dissertation section of the LNAT can be evaluated. Undergraduate admissions will be in contact with these students from January if the academic selector wishes to evaluate the LNAT trial as part of the application process. – Academic achievements, including expected and achieved grades (see “Admission Requirements” for program-specific information)- Subjects and subject combinations (see “Admission requirements” for program-specific information)- Personal statement (see below for program-specific information) – Teacher`s reference – Educational circumstances Information on tuition fees, common standard offers and Admission requirements can be found in the following sections. We do not set a deadline in advance because we operate a continuous admissions system, which means that we close new applications when the program is full. We therefore strongly recommend that you apply as soon as possible. You should read the following information carefully, as it will help you determine if you meet our entry requirements. You should also read the “Admission Requirements” and “Evaluating Your Application” sections on our Program pages and our Completing the UCAS Form page. The minimum admission requirements for each type of programme are generally as follows: We accept the European Baccalaureate for admission to the LSE. Below you will find the A-Level grade requirement and its equivalent in the European Baccalaureate.

Our admission requirements vary by program, and you should visit each undergraduate program`s website for this information. 4) Select “Undergraduate Entry Requirements” and scroll down until you get the information about your local/national qualification. Compare the UK entry requirements listed on this page with the local/national entry requirements listed on your country-specific page. The LSE considers candidates who apply with the International Baccalaureate diploma. The courses offered at the LSE are based on a total score combined with individual scores in each of the higher subjects considered. The International Baccalaureate scores 45 points and admission requirements for the LSE range from 37 points in total (with three higher subjects in grades 6 to 6) to 38 points in total (with three higher subjects in grades 7 6 6).