Our LLB Laws programme emphasises the importance of understanding law in its social, economic and policy context. Students will critically engage with the rules and institutions that promote social order and justice. The Department emphasise that law is not simply a stored body of knowledge, rather a presence all around us, evident in social, business and civil interactions. Students can select from a varied range of optional courses, including media law, public international law and medical law.
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For detailed information regarding entry requirements, programme content, preliminary reading and accreditation please visit our LLB Bachelor of Laws programme page.
- Academic year 2021/22: September 2021 - June 2022
- Application deadline: 15 January 2021
- Duration: Three years full-time
- Applications/offers/intake 2019: 2,524/510/160
- Median salary of our UG students 6 months after graduating*: £22,000
- Top 5 sectors our students work in*: Investment banking, retail, education and teaching, NGOs and charities, law and legal services
Here we list our entry requirements in terms of A-Levels and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma. We also accept a wide range of other qualifications from the UK and from overseas, so if you are not studying these qualifications please follow the relevant link. For our GCSE requirements please see the LLB Bachelor of Laws programme page and the Department's overview page.
Please also note that LSE has subject preferences and some programmes may have specific requirements in terms of subjects you are required to take. Please see the programme page for this information.
UCAS code: M100
Contextual admissions A-levels: AAA
IB Diploma: 38 points overall, with 766 at higher level
All LLB Bachelor of Laws applicants are required to take the LNAT. Please see our LNAT guidance.
*The data was collected through an annual Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey, aggregated over five years (2011-2016). The survey was completed by graduates approximately six months after their graduation ceremony. The median salary is calculated for those whose main activity is working full-time and includes those working outside the UK.