We offer a range of different undergraduate courses with different durations, speeds and methods of study. Usually the applications for each course open one year prior to the course start date.
When choosing your ideal course with us make sure you check where and when it is available before making your application.
ULaw Admissions Approach 2021
The University of Law is committed to continuing its support of students completing their secondary education who have had their studies disrupted by the global pandemic.
We are aware of the extraordinary challenges students are facing which is why in 2020 we launched 243 virtual events and interactive sessions designed to assist students with the move to Higher Education. When it came to exam results, we also introduced increased flexibility to accommodate the fluctuations in grades awarded to students whose studies were affected by COVID-19.
We can confirm that for our 2021 entrants we will be taking a similar approach and are delighted to announce a new schedule of virtual events to help students gain the experience and skills important for degree level study and beyond. These virtual events include Offer Holder Days, Real World Question Lectures and UniBuddy Livechat sessions among others and you can find out more about each below. We look forward to seeing you at an event soon and if you have any questions about us or your offer please do get in touch.
Attend a virtual event
Work Experience Scheme
As an Offer Holder, students will be guaranteed a place on our 3-day virtual work experience scheme in July. You’ll join legal and business professionals from across sectors to gain an insight to what it is like in the workplace and take part in practical tasks to develop transferable skills for future internships, volunteering, and work opportunities.
Our employability sessions aim to build student confidence and advise students how to seize the opportunities in challenging times. Learn how to build a personal brand and show future employers.
Real World Question Lecture Series
Our tutors address the big questions in different professional areas, expanding your current knowledge and giving you an insight to university level study. Find out more about Today’s big questions for tomorrow’s professionals.
Law Booster Sessions
These sessions will develop the foundations of legal knowledge that will be expanded on when starting university. Sessions are delivered in partnership with Flipped Law.
To find out more about these events visit our events pages.
On Campus Courses
Applications for most of our on campus undergraduate courses should be made through UCAS. The exceptions are:
- The International Foundation Programmes for Business or Law - apply directly to ULaw (see below)
- Dual Degree LLB / LLB in Civil and English Law - apply directly to IE University
- Undergraduate Business degrees at the GISMA campus, Berlin - apply directly to GISMA
To apply through UCAS, simply visit the UCAS website and register your details with UCAS Apply to get started on your application.
Information you will need to complete your UCAS application
UCAS institution code: L17
Institution short name: LAW
UCAS Course Code: The UCAS Course Code can be found in the course details section of each course page. You can access all undergraduate course pages from here:
London Bloomsbury: 1
Online Courses and International Foundation Programmes
Applications for these courses are made directly to us (not through UCAS). Simply complete our online form to apply.
Things to Think About When Applying
What we look for in applications
We will look at your application based principally on academic ability. However we will also evaluate it using the following admissions criteria:
- Your academic profile including your achievements to date and any qualifications you are currently undertaking
- Academic reference
- Any extenuating circumstances you want taken into consideration
- Your personal statement
- Any widening participation characteristics that you would like to make us aware of, for example: if you are a Care Experience Student or you are an Estranged Student.*
What we look for in personal statements
Your personal statement is your opportunity to show us your skills and qualities and is a vital part of your application. Our Mind Map download has lots of good suggestions for what you should include in your personal statement.
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.
Please also note that you are advised to make your own enquiries with any professional bodies to which you may seek admission, to determine whether you will meet all their requirements, including academic, character and suitability requirements. The University cannot be held responsible for any decisions subsequently taken by a professional body concerning these requirements.
*The University of Law provides contextual offers to applicants from the following under-represented backgrounds: Care Experience Students and Estranged Students. Our contextual offer is a grade reduction of one grade below our standard entry requirements.
Our courses have specific entry requirements for different levels of study.Find out more
Fees and Funding
Get all the information you need about our course fees and any funding that is available for your studies.Find out more
As part of our ongoing dedication to giving students every possible opportunity to succeed, we have a varied scholarship programme.Find out more
Have Any Questions?
For more information, our team of course advisors are happy to answer any questions you may have.
Phone: 0203 435 4608