We consider a range of qualifications for entry to LSE. Please visit our information for international students page to access country specific entry requirements. These pages will detail whether a qualification is accepted and the required grades.
Individual undergraduate degree programme webpages provide more information about entry requirements, including whether there are any subject specific requirements.
Applicants applying with certain qualifications may be asked to sit our Undergraduate Admissions Assessment (UGAA) before a final decision can be made on their application. The Admissions team will invite applicants to take the assessment if it is required.
If the curriculum or qualification taught by your school is not accepted for direct entry, students may need to take an alternative qualification such as a Foundation Programme or a year of university level study before we can consider their application. Please see our entry requirements page for more information or advise the student to contact us.
LSE does not interview for any of our degree programmes.
All LLB Bachelor of Laws applicants are required to take the LNAT (National Admissions Test for Law).
The TMUA (Test of Mathematics for University Admission) is recommended for our mathematics programmes.
Please see our Applying to LSE page for more information about our entry requirements, including GCSEs and language qualifications.