There are two main ways to apply for our postgraduate courses.
You can apply for a place on the following courses through the Central Applications Board (LawCAB):
- GDL Full-time
- LPC Full-time and Accelerated
- MA Law Full-time
Important note for GDL Full-time January
Some exams for the January GDL Full-time are taken in September, which has the following impact on progression to our BPC and LPC courses:
- Students on the January GDL Full-time cannot join the BPC in September of the same year because the Bar Standards Board requires students to have all their exam results before commencing the BPC. They can commence our BPC in the following year on confirmation of a successful completion of the GDL.
- Students from the EEA on the January GDL Full-time can join the September start of the LPC in the same year while awaiting the results of their September exams. Please note that this option is not available to students outside the EEA due to visa requirements. Alternatively, students can await confirmation of their successful completion of the GDL and join the LPC or BPC in the following year.
Apply direct with The University of Law
You can apply to all our other postgraduate courses, including online and business options, direct with The University of Law.
Applications are considered on a first-come, first-served basis and offers will be made until the courses are full.
Got any questions?
If you have any queries on the application process, please contact our Admissions team who will be happy to help.
We go to great lengths to ensure that the information provided for prospective students is correct at the time of publication. However, we reserve the right to withdraw or change, for any reason and without notice, any of the programmes and/or to alter tuition fees, locations, entry requirements and/or the facilities and/or services available from or provided by or on behalf of the University. Please note that the choice of subjects may be limited by considerations of timetable, staffing and/or available places on a course.