Apply for an Undergraduate Criminology, Law or Policing Degree
Applications for all our undergraduate courses for September 2019 are open.
Online LLB - 2019 Entry
Apply direct to the University of Law (not through UCAS). Please complete the form found here.
Full-time - 2019 Entry
Simply visit the UCAS website and register your details with UCAS Apply to get started on your application.
Applications for 2019 entry
Make sure that you check which campus your preferred course is available at, as we have eight different locations offering undergraduate degrees across the UK.
- Two year Accelerated LLB: Three A-levels at grades ABB (or equivalent) plus GCSE English Language at grade C/grade 4 or above.
- Two year Senior Status LLB: A degree in any discipline, 2.2 or above.
- Any three year LLB: Three A-levels at grades BBB (or equivalent) plus GCSE English Language at grade C/grade 4 or above.
- Three year BA (Hons) Criminology: Three A-Levels at grades BBC (or equivalent) plus GCSE English Language at grade C/grade 4 or above.
- Three year BSc (Hons) Policing and Criminal Investigation: Three A-levels at grades BBB (or equivalent) plus GCSE English Language at grade C/grade 4 or above.
- Any four Year degree with Foundation Year: 48 UCAS points from a maximum of 3 A-levels, plus GCSE English Language at grade C/grade 4 or above. An interview with an academic is also part of the admissions process for this course; either face-to-face or over Skype.
- Dual Degree LLB in Civil and English Law: apply direct to IE University.
If you are not taking A-Levels, you can check your entry requirements.
For more information, our admissions team is happy to answer any questions you may have. Please contact us on 0800 289997 or send us a message.
Information you will need to complete your UCAS application
UCAS institution code: L17
Institution short name: LAW
UCAS codes & course location:
|Any online degree||Apply to ULaw||Online|
|Senior Status LLB||M101||London Bloomsbury|
|LLB 2 year Accelerated||M100||London Bloomsbury, Nottingham|
|LLB 3 year||M110||London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Bristol, Chester, Guildford, Manchester, Leeds, Nottingham|
|Law with Foundation year||M111||London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Nottingham|
|Law with Business||M102||London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Leeds|
|Law with Business with Foundation year||M112||London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Leeds|
|Law with International Business||M1N1||London Bloomsbury|
|Law with International Business with Foundation year||MN11||London Bloomsbury|
|Law with Criminology||M1L3||London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Nottingham|
|Law with Criminology with Foundation year||M113||London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Nottingham|
|Law with Criminal Justice*||M2M1||London Bloomsbury|
|Law with Criminal Justice with Foundation year*||M2M2||London Bloomsbury|
|Law with Government & Politics||M132||London Bloomsbury, Leeds|
|Law with Government & Politics with Foundation year||ML13||London Bloomsbury, Leeds|
|Law with Legal Innovation & Technology*||MG11||London Bloomsbury, Leeds, Nottingham|
|Law with Legal Innovation & Technology with Foundation Year*||MG12||London Bloomsbury, Leeds, Nottingham|
|Dual Degree LLB with IE University, Spain||N/A||Apply direct to IE University|
|BA (Hons) Criminology*||M900||London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Leeds,|
|BA (Hons) Criminology with Foundation Year*||M910||London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Leeds|
|BSc Policing and Criminal Investigation||L900||London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Leeds|
|BSc Policing and Criminal Investigation with Foundation Year||L901||London Bloomsbury, Birmingham, Leeds|
*Subject to approval
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We will look at your application based principally, but not exclusively, on academic ability. We will also evaluate it using the following admissions criteria:
- Good academic profile and achievement – demonstrated by actual or predicted grades.
- Academic references
- Any extenuating circumstances you want taken into consideration
- Your personal statement
The personal statement is your opportunity to show us your own individual skills and qualities and is a vital part of your application. Key areas to include in a personal statement are shown in this mind map.
Our LLB is aimed at students who want to be lawyers, therefore you should make sure your personal statement:
- Is well argued with supporting evidence where possible
- Demonstrates intellectual rigour and attention to detail – make sure your grammar, spelling and punctuation is correct
- Shows your motivation for becoming a lawyer – did any recent events make you want to be a lawyer? Have you watched any cases at your local court?
- Gives evidence of any legal or non-legal work experience – show the skills and any business awareness you’ve learned
- Highlight activities you do outside of school, college or work – what skills have you developed by being part of a school club, taking part in a sports team or contributing to a project at work.
- Include any special circumstances which you feel might apply to you – explain how such life experiences have influenced you and your decision to be a lawyer
Our Admissions Team is happy to help should you need further information or advice on completing your application. Just phone 0800 289997 (UK) or +44 (0)1483 216000 or send us a message.
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.
No other university offers you the practical experience that ULaw doesAbira Eggeh , LLB Student, Birmingham