international

Trinidad and Tobago

Welcome

We welcome a range of international students from across the world and over 120 different nationalities, who contribute to our thriving international community throughout all our campuses. 

Whether you want to work in law or business, studying with us will ensure you’ll get the best possible start to your career. 

Find out more about our range of courses, language and entry requirements, scholarships, student support services and how to get in contact below.

 

Please click the image above to check out our international video.

 

Scholarships

The University of Law offers a variety of scholarships and bursaries to support students. We’re committed to helping the brightest minds achieve their career ambitions, whatever their background. Find out more about our undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships.

Any queries about the scholarships and bursaries available please contact our scholarships team.

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Accommodation

Services

We can help you to find suitable accommodation with some of the UK’s leading student providers, to make sure you have a comfortable place to live while you are studying with us. We have an online accommodation portal, which provides helpful advice on choosing different types of accommodation that are available to rent in the UK. You can also search property listings if you have accepted your university place with us.

Estimated living costs

It is important to factor in living costs for living and studying in the UK. As a guide, we suggest rent will cost around £275 per week in London and £125 to £205 per week in locations outside of London.

If you have any enquiries, please email our accommodation team.

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Meet us in your country

Alongside our appointed educational agents, we attend a range of international exhibitions and events each year so that we can meet you in your own country.

Search our events to find out when we’ll be visiting an event near you. We’d be delighted to meet you and answer any questions you have.

Contact us

Our international team is happy to answer any questions you have regarding our courses and the application process.

If you wish to get in contact please email international@law.ac.uk and one of our country specialists will contact you.

 

Language and entry requirements

For undergraduate students: Minimum standard in Maths

Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate – Maths with grade 1-3.

  

Undergraduate Law

English Language Requirements
English from the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate Grades 1-3

Entry Requirements
Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate - 5 subjects at grade III

English Language Requirements
English from the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate Grades 1-3

Entry Requirements
6 CAPE Units including at least 2 Double Units and grades of IV or above in all subject

English Language Requirements
English from the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate Grades 1-3

Entry Requirements
6 CAPE Units including at least 2 Double Units and grades of II or above in all subjects

English Language Requirements
English from the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate Grades 1-3

Entry Requirements
6 CAPE Units including at least 2 Double Units and grades of II or above in all subjects

English Language Requirements
English from the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate Grades 1-3

Entry Requirements
A Bachelor’s degree from Trinidad and Tobago with a Class II Lower Division or a B grade or a or a 2:2 or above from a UK Bachelor’s degree in any discipline

Postgraduate Law

English Language Requirements
English from the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate Grades 1-3

Entry Requirements
A Bachelor’s degree from Trinidad and Tobago with a Class II Lower Division or a B grade or a or a 2:2 or above from a UK Bachelor’s degree in any discipline

English Language Requirements
English from the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate Grades 1-3

Entry Requirements
2:2 or above from a UK Qualifying Law degree or a pass at the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) or the MA Law

English Language Requirements
English from the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate Grades 1-3

Entry Requirements
A Bachelor’s degree from Trinidad and Tobago with a Class II Upper Division or a B+ grade or a or a 2:1 or above from a UK Bachelor’s degree in any discipline

English Language Requirements
English from the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate Grades 1-3

Entry Requirements
A Bachelor’s degree from Trinidad and Tobago with a Class II Lower Division or a B grade or a or a 2:2 or above from a UK Bachelor’s degree in any discipline

English Language Requirements
English from the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate Grades 1-3

Entry Requirements
2:1 or above from a UK Qualifying Law degree or a commendation or distinction from the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL).

You will also be required to pass the Bar Standards Board aptitude test.

Undergraduate Business

English Language Requirements
English from the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate Grades 1-3

Entry Requirements
Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate - 5 subjects at grade III

English Language Requirements
English from the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate Grades 1-3

Entry Requirements
6 CAPE Units including at least 2 Double Units and grades of IV or above in all subject

English Language Requirements
English from the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate Grades 1-3

Entry Requirements
6 CAPE Units including at least 2 Double Units and grades of II or above in all subjects

Postgraduate Business

English Language Requirements
English from the Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate Grades 1-3

Entry Requirements
A Bachelor’s degree from Trinidad and Tobago with a Class II Lower Division or a B grade or a or a 2:2 or above from a UK Bachelor’s degree in any discipline*

*For the MSc Global Accounting, your degree should be in an area which demonstrates the understanding of numbers (for example Accounting, Finance or Business with Accounting/Finance).

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International Preparation Courses

We offer an exciting range of programmes for international students, which are designed to help and support you to achieve your goals.

Find out more