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UCL (University College London): International Banking and Finance Law

Institution UCL (University College London)
Department Laws View department profile
Study type Taught


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When to apply Applications for the 2022/23 application year will open Monday 18th October 2021. The deadline to apply has been extended to Friday 29th April, 17.00 BST.

How to apply UCL uses an online application portal for taught graduate programmes. The portal allows you to check the status of your application, re-send reference requests, update your contact details and receive any decisions on your application.

There is a £90 application fee to apply to the LLM programme for 2022/23. You should only make one application to the general LLM or one LLM specialism route for the 2022/23 academic year.

If you want to study an LLM with a specialism, you should apply to the relevant LLM specialism route. If you are unsure at this stage, whether you want to specialise or would like to study a general LLM, then you should apply to the general LLM route. More information on specialisms can be found here.

Please consult information on the application process below. You may also find it useful to review our Frequently Asked Questions before applying.



UCL LLM top facts  

UCL Faculty of LawsFull-time LLM tuition fees: Home students: £21,200, International students: £32,100 
Part-time LLM tuition fees: Home students: £10,600, International students: £16,050 
LLM application fee: £90 online, £115 paper application 
Postgraduate taught law student cohort: 450
Number of LLM applicants: around 2,000 a year
Eligibility criteria for law graduates: ‘Good 2.1 with evidence of first-class ability’ Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Juris Doctor (JD) 
Eligibility criteria for non-law graduates: Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) with a 65% average including one mark over 70%, SQE full-time study with a 65% average including a pass on the first attempt 
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