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GE LLB

Welcome!

Thank you for applying to undertake the City Law School's Graduate Entry LLB (Hons) programme. Our applicant page will keep you up to date with all latest news from the School; key dates and deadlines; and what happens next.

Our Graduate LLB (Hons) programme enables you to gain a qualifying law degree in just two years. The course qualifies you to take the Legal Practice Course (LPC) if you want to become a solicitor, or the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) to train as a barrister.

Key dates and deadlines

  • Induction Week
    19 September 2016
  • Term one start date
    26 September 2016

Your application - what happens next?

Your application is sent to City by UCAS. Once received, we will consider your application fully and send our decision to UCAS, who will update their website.

As this is a graduate programme we may require details of your first degree, especially if not awarded in the UK. We will request a transcript of study, however to speed things up you may wish to send your qualifications to Esha Rupani now.

I've been offered a place, what do I need to do next?

Accept your place by logging into the UCAS website and selecting City, University of London as your firm choice. If your offer is conditional, you will need to provide evidence that you have met the conditions of our offer by the date you begin your studies.

Keep your contact details up to date!

Before you start the Graduate Entry LLB (Hons) with us, we will be contacting you throughout the summer to let you know the latest news from the School.

We will also be sending registration and induction information in August, so please ensure you email the Student Centre with any change to your details.

Want more information before accepting your place?

Our Student Centre is the first point of contact for general enquiries:

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7040 7040
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7040 6030
Email: studentcentre@city.ac.uk

For course specific enquires, please contact your department administrator Charlotte Houghton.

Accommodation

If you are moving to London to study and need a place to live, City's Student Centre provides advice about the University's Halls of Residence and privately rented accommodation. Further details can be found on our Accomodation page.

Student Visas

The latest university guidance relating to student visas can be found on the Obtaining a Visa page.

When you hold an unconditional offer from the University and have confirmed your place through UCAS, you will receive your visa CAS number from the University by email. If you have any queries about receiving your CAS number please contact our central admissions team

Frequently asked questions

When are my fees due and can I spread the payments out?

Please refer to our finance website for frequently asked fee questions.

What do I need to do before I start the course?

Before you begin the programme you will need to register online, you will receive detailed instructions from our registry team when online registration is open.

You will not be able to register until you hold an unconditional offer. Once you have met the conditions of your offer, please send evidence to our Admissions Team.

When does the course start?

The Graduate Entry LLB (Hons) 2015/16 programme begins on 19 September 2016.

Will I be in lessons from this date?

The week commencing 19 September 2016 is induction week, however this will include introductory lectures and attendance is compulsory. Scheduled classes begin in the week commencing 26 September 2016.

What do I do if I can't take up my place?

You need to formally reject your course offer through UCAS. You should also notify the course administrator so we can offer your place to another applicant as soon as possible.

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