35 points overall and three Higher Level subjects at 766
45 Level 3 credits: 39 must be from units awarded at Distinction, with the remaining Level 3 credits at Merit
D2 D3 D3
Further information below
Further information below
Further information below
French (grade A)
No preferred subjects
Further information and other requirements
Visit our admissions webpages to view our English language entry requirements.
General Studies and Critical Thinking - College policy: Please note that AS/A level General Studies and Critical Thinking are not accepted by King's as one of your A or AS levels. However, if offered the grade achieved may be taken into account when considering whether or not to accept a candidate who has just fallen short of the conditions of their offer.
A-levels: A*AA. Required subject: French (grade A)
Access to HE Diploma with 45 Level 3 credits: 39 must be from units awarded at Distinction, with the remaining Level 3 credits at Merit. In addition, applicants must have A-level grade A in French (or equivalent).
Cambridge Pre-U: Three Pre-U Principal subjects at D2 D3 D3 including D3 French. Combinations of Pre-U principal subjects and other qualifications (such as A-levels) considered.
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma (QCF from 2010): DDM with 11 Distinctions and two A-levels at grades A*A or D*DD with 14 Distinctions and two A-levels at grades AA, including grade A in French.
BTEC Level 3 Diploma (QCF from 2010): DM with six Distinctions and two A-levels at grades A*A or D*D with 10 Distinctions and two A-levels at grades AA, including grade A in French.
BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma (QCF from 2010): D with four modules at Distinction and two A-levels at grades A*A or D* with five modules at Distinction and two A-levels at grades AA, including grade A in French.
Scottish Highers & Advanced Highers: AAA at Higher in one sitting and AA at Advanced Higher, including grade A in Advanced Higher French (we do not count the Higher and Advanced Higher in the same subject).
International Baccalaureate: Pass the IB Diploma with a total of at least 35 points, with three Higher Level subjects at 766 including HL6 French. Note the total point score of 35 includes TOK/EE.
Scholastic activities (Very Desirable): We look for applicants with an enthusiasm for scholastic activities in general such as reading, debating, theological interests etc. Participation will be valued but achievement in these areas of interest will also be recognised. We are also looking for applicants with an enthusiasm to study a law degree programme and have thought through their reasons for considering this subject option. The King’s degree programme focuses on the study of law as an intellectual discipline. Law may be regarded as a social science, a branch of ethics or as part of political philosophy, and all of these perspectives are explored within the learning environment of King's. It also can form the first major step towards qualifying for practice as a solicitor or barrister. Applicants outside of the UK should indicate why they particularly wish to study English law.
Community activities: We look for applicants who have participated as fully as possible in school, college or community life, making the most of the opportunities available to them and also demonstrated some experience of society beyond their immediate environment.
General: We look for applicants who have varied extra-curricular interests and enjoy active participation in areas such as sport, music and the arts in general. Participation will be valued but any achievement in extra-curricula activities will also be recognised. King’s aspires to recruit applicants who will continue with their personal interests and contribute to the vitality of the College community.
Paid or voluntary work: Although we do not require applicants to have been in paid or voluntary employment, we welcome applications from those with any experience of legal work experience.
Note: Deferred entry is not possible on this course.
All applicants are required to take the National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT) by 20 January. Your application will be considered late if we have not received your results by that date. This applies to all "Home/EU" and "Overseas" applicants. However, for some Overseas applicants dispensations may be granted on an individual basis only where there is no LNAT centre in the candidate's country or no centre within a reasonable distance from his or her residence. Please see the LNAT website for further details.
Please note, if you are reapplying through UCAS this year you must also take the LNAT again this year. LNAT results will not be carried over from one year to the next.
Those wishing to apply for the LLB English Law & French Law (LM121) programme must apply through UCAS.
If you are applying for admission for M121, M122, M190 or LM21 and also wish to be considered for the Law LLB (M100) programme you must make a separate entry on your UCAS form.
The standard three A-level offer for the LLB is A*AA. However, we wish to encourage applications from a wide variety of educational backgrounds and will consider candidates without the standard qualifications.
Please be aware that we do not to accept resit students for entry to any of our undergraduate Law programmes. We require all relevant qualifications to be successfully completed in the first sitting, e.g. completing an A level within two years. We will only consider resits if there are significant mitigating circumstances affecting your first ‘sitting’. In these situations we still cannot guarantee that your application will be considered, but you should make reference to these circumstances within your personal statement and academic reference. We will then request further information if necessary. Please note, we consider taking the same subject again at the same level, even within a different qualification, to be a resit.
Are interviews offered? Yes
Are all applicants interviewed? No. Only candidates deemed to be borderline or from non-traditional academic backgrounds may be called for interview.
Are all those made an offer interviewed? No. The majority of admissions decisions are made on basis of information provided on UCAS application form.
Offer holder events: All applicants who receive an offer will be invited to attend an open day (usually in March or April). Further details will be provided to successful applicants.
Application deadline: 15 January 2017.