Tmuc Admissions Essay

To satisfy the entrance requirements for the LLB (and for Individual Modules) you must:

*Applications will be considered from applicants who do not meet the normal minimum age requirement for admission. Each application will be considered on an individual basis, and the decision taken at the discretion of the University of London.

If you are not automatically eligible then you will be individually considered by the University of London’s Special Admissions Panel. The Special Admissions Panel will consider qualifications which are not published under the Qualifications for Entrance Schedule, incomplete qualifications (e.g. diplomas / degrees) and substantial relevant work experience. If we cannot accept you with your current qualifications and experience, we will advise you what qualifications you could take in order to become eligible in the future.

Graduate entry to the LLB

The following are eligible to apply for graduate entry:

  • Graduates holding an undergraduate degree from an acceptable university in the United Kingdom or any other European country or in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, the Caribbean, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Fiji, Ghana, Hong Kong SAR, Israel, Japan, Kenya, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mexico, New Zealand, Nigeria, Peru, Singapore, Sri Lanka, South Africa, South Korea, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, Uruguay, Venezuela or Zimbabwe.
  • Graduates holding an undergraduate degree from an acceptable university in Bangladesh which is at least two-years full time in duration plus a Master’s degree from an acceptable university in Bangladesh which is at least two-years full time in duration
  • Graduates holding an undergraduate degree from an acceptable university in India which is at least three-years full time in duration
  • Graduates holding an undergraduate degree from an acceptable university in Pakistan which is at least four-years full time in duration
  • Graduates holding an undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institution in the USA.

Applications from students with other degrees not listed above will be considered at the discretion of the University. Professional qualifications cannot be considered for Graduate Entry. Pleasecontact usif you would like further advice about eligibility for graduate entry.

Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law

To be eligible to register for the CertHE in Common Law you must:

  • normally*be aged 18 years of age or older before 1 September in the year you register with the University and
  • be admitted to a course of instruction at a teaching institution which has been recognised for this purpose by the University of London (for further details seeadvice about choosing an institution).

Entrance onto the CertHE in Common Law is determined locally by University of London recognised teaching institutions. All candidates are required to sit an entrance test and attend an interview at a recognised teaching institution in order to assess their suitability for the programme. Each institution will have their own admissions criteria. Candidates should contact their chosen institution directly for this information.

English language requirement

The language of instruction, reading and assessment is English. To succeed on our programmes you need a good level of competence in English. If you doubt your ability in written or spoken English we advise you take a course and test in English language before enrolling on the programme.

Required standard of English

You willusuallymeet the English language requirement for undergraduate programmes if you:

  • hold a UK GCSE / GCE O level in English at grade C or above
  • have five years secondary schooling taught solely in English or have passed GCE A levels or IB in essay-based subjects
  • have passed an International Foundation programme that permits entry onto a recognised UK bachelor degree
  • hold a full Postgraduate award, or a full first degree or Associate degree taught and examined in English from an institute that is acceptable to the University
  • have passed, within the past three years, an Associate degree, Diploma or Higher Diploma awarded by an acceptable institute / polytechnic / university in Hong Kong, Malaysia or Singapore, or
  • have passed, within the past three years, atest of proficiency in English languagefrom an organisation acceptable to the University.

Where an applicant does not meet the required English language level but believes they can demonstrate the required level for admission the University may, at its discretion, consider the application.

Please note if an applicant satisfies one of the above conditions yet provides evidence of a test of proficiency in English language, awarded within the past three years, which is below the University’s minimum requirements then they will be required to retake such a test before being offered admission.

TheAm I qualifiedpage has more information, including theQualifications for Entrancedocument that lists some of the qualifications recognised by the University of London International Programmes.

Recognition of prior study

The university will assess all requests for credit transfer/Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) on a case by case basis and a fee is payable. For further details see theaccreditation of prior learningsection of the website.

For programme specific guidance on the recognition of prior learning and credit transfer, see section two of the Programme Regulations.

Computer Requirements

You must have regular access to a computer (or mobile device*) with an internet connection to use the University of London International Programmes website and the Student Portal. These are where your programme’s study resources are located. Through the Student Portal you can register as a student, enter exams and use your programme’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). The VLE provides you with electronic learning materials, access to the University of London Online Library, networking opportunities, and other resources.

To get the most from your studies, your computer should have at least the following minimum specification:

  • a web browser (the latest version of Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explorer). This must accept cookies and have JavaScript enabled
  • screen resolution of 1024 x 768 or greater
  • sufficient bandwidth to download documents of at least 2 MB

and the following applications installed:

  • a word processor that reads Microsoft Word format (.doc)
  • Adobe, or other pdf reader.

* Full mobile access is not available for all programmes.

Academic Requirements

To be eligible for the BSc degree you must:

  • normally* be aged 17 or above by the 30 November in the year of registration and satisfy the University’sGeneral Entrance Requirementsand
  • demonstrate competence in Mathematics at least equivalent to UK GCSE/GCE ‘O’ level at Grade C or above (equivalents can be found within the above link).

*Applications will be considered from applicants who do not meet the normal minimum age requirement for admission. Each application will be considered on an individual basis, and the decision taken at the discretion of the University of London.

If you are not automatically eligible then you will be individually considered by the University of London’s Special Admissions Panel. The Special Admissions Panel will consider qualifications which are not published under the Qualifications for Entrance Schedule, incomplete qualifications (e.g. diplomas / degrees) and substantial relevant work experience. If we cannot accept you with your current qualifications and experience, we will advise you what qualifications you could take in order to become eligible in the future.

English language requirement

The language of instruction, reading and assessment is English. To succeed on our programmes you need a good level of competence in English. If you doubt your ability in written or spoken English we advise you take a course and test in English language before enrolling on the programme.

Required standard of English

You will usually meet the English language requirement for undergraduate programmes if you:

  • hold a UK GCSE / GCE O level in English at grade C or above
  • have five years secondary schooling taught solely in English or have passed GCE A levels or IB in essay-based subjects
  • have passed an International Foundation programme that permits entry onto a recognised UK bachelor degree
  • hold a full Postgraduate award, or a full first degree or Associate degree taught and examined in English from an institute that is acceptable to the University
  • have passed, within the past three years, an Associate degree, Diploma or Higher Diploma awarded by an acceptable institute / polytechnic / university in Hong Kong, Malaysia or Singapore, or
  • have passed, within the past three years, a test of proficiency in English language from an organisation acceptable to the University.

Where an applicant does not meet the required English language level but believes they can demonstrate the required level for admission the University may, at its discretion, consider the application.

Please note if an applicant satisfies one of the above conditions yet provides evidence of a test of proficiency in English language, awarded within the past three years, which is below the University’s minimum requirements then they will be required to retake such a test before being offered admission.

Graduate entry route

The following are eligible for graduate entry:

  • graduates holding a full first degree from an acceptable university in the United Kingdom or another European country or in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Ghana, Hong Kong SAR, Israel, Kenya, Malaysia, Mauritius, New Zealand, Nigeria, Singapore, Sri Lanka, South Africa or the Caribbean
  • graduates holding a full first degree from a regionally accredited institution in the USA
  • graduates holding a full first degree from an acceptable university in India which is at least three-years full time in duration.

Applications from students with other degrees not listed above will be considered at the discretion of the University. Professional qualifications cannot be considered for Graduate Entry. In addition to holding an acceptable full first degree applicants must also satisfy the above Mathematics and English language requirements.

Please contact us if you would like further advice about eligibility for graduate entry.

If you do not meet the entrance requirements

If you think that you may not have the necessary academic qualifications for direct entry into a degree programme, we offer the following:

International Foundation Programme

The International Foundation Programme is a challenging and inspiring programme that has been designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge to prepare you for rigorous undergraduate study. This programme must be studied at an institution with approved teaching status (i.e. cannot be studied independently). Further details, including entrance requirements, can be found at: International Foundation Programme

Diploma in Economics/Social Sciences

The Diploma in Economics and Diploma in Social Sciences are qualifications in their own right that must be studied at an institution with ‘Diploma Teaching Status’.

These qualifications are for you if:

  • You have the ability, motivation and maturity to study at degree level, but do not have the qualifications usually required to enter a degree programme.
  • You have the necessary qualifications to embark on a degree, but would prefer a course with more teaching support.
  • You intend to take a degree programme, but would like to gain a recognised qualification after one year.
  • SeeAdditional educational support [pdf, 4pgs, 80KB] for the full list of institutions that teach the Diploma in Economics/Social Sciences.

If you do not meet the entrance requirements for direct entry onto a degree, the Diploma in Economics and Diploma in Social Sciences  provide an entry route to all of our degrees in the field of Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences. If you intend to go on to such a degree programme, choose your courses carefully and make sure that the courses you choose are available on the degree that interests you. This will ensure that you receive credit for the courses you have passed.

Accreditation of prior learning

If you have studied a syllabus as part of a previous qualification which is comparable in level, content and standard, you might not have to take a particular course as part of your University of London International Programmes degree if we believe that the subject has been covered to the same breadth and depth. This is called Accreditation of prior learning or APL. It is also sometimes known as Credit Transfer or Exemption.

You may apply for APL for up to four full 100 courses on the Standard Entry Route of the degree only. APL cannot be granted if you are on the Graduate Entry Route.

For more information about APL please see the APL section of the website.

Computer Requirements

You must have regular access to a computer (or mobile device*) with an internet connection to use the University of London International Programmes website and the Student Portal. These are where your programme’s study resources are located. Through the Student Portal you can register as a student, enter exams and use your programme’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). The VLE provides you with electronic learning materials, access to the University of London Online Library, networking opportunities, and other resources.

To get the most from your studies, your computer should have at least the following minimum specification:

  • a web browser (the latest version of Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explorer). This must accept cookies and have JavaScript enabled
  • screen resolution of 1024 x 768 or greater
  • sufficient bandwidth to download documents of at least 2 MB.

and the following applications installed:

  • a word processor that reads Microsoft Word format (.doc)
  • Adobe, or other pdf reader.

* Full mobile access is not available for all programmes.

Additional computer requirements for this programme

You will need Adobe Flash Player 7.0 or later to view video material in the VLE. Some courses will require you to have a media player that plays MP4 files. Courses with a coursework or project component may have additional software and hardware requirements (such as CD writing equipment). For the BSc Information Systems and Management, and courses on other programmes related to Information Systems, you will need access to a computer with standard database, spreadsheet, programming language and word processing software.

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