The majority of the UK universities require international students to take a one-year foundation in Humanities and Social Sciences before applying for a law degree course.
Why do universities require international students to take a foundation?
To adapt to the new education system
To improve the level of the Academic English
To study subjects building towards the future degree
To cover possible gaps in the curriculum
Applying for a Law Degree
What will you need to apply for a law degree?
Your school transcript
English proficiency test (IELTS, TOEFL etc.)
Your foundation course description
The LNAT exam scores (if applicable)
The LNAT Test
Some universities require the LNAT (The Law National Aptitude Test) as part of the application for law degree. The test has to be taken by January of the year of entry.
Tuition Fees: from £14 470 per year
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