Applicants to all LLB programmes (with the exception of the the 2-year fast-track LLB) are required to sit the Law National Admission Test (LNAT). Full details of the test, including registration, payment and practice papers can be found at the LNAT website. It is not necessary for applicants to wait until they have submitted their UCAS application before arranging the test.
Applications for all courses require to be made through UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admission Services). The application deadlines are on the UCAS site. Our institution code for application is G28.
We have tried to answer some general questions for you: >> Frequently asked questions. If you require further information please contact Mrs Lorna Brown by phone on 0141 330 4507 or email.
AAAAA including English (one sitting). Conditional offers may be made to SQA applicants in their sixth year who achieved between AABBB to AAAAB in fifth year. Applicants are encouraged, where possible, to study Advanced Highers in Arts/Social Science subjects in sixth year.
We will consider applicants from schools which only offer pupils the opportunity to take four Highers in fifth year.
AAA (including English or GCSE English Literature and Language).
AAAABB including English
39 points including English
75% including English
Law National Admissions Test
Applicants to all LLB degrees who do not already hold an undergraduate degree are required to take the Law National Admissions Test (LNAT) by 20 January 2014.
The LNAT is run by a consortium of UK universities and comprises a two-hour on-screen test made up of multiple-choice (80 minutes) and essay (40 minutes) questions. It is designed to assess verbal reasoning skills and command of written English. The test can be taken by applicants at centres throughout the UK and overseas.
Information on how to sit the test, together with practice papers, can be found at www.lnat.ac.uk.
AABB including English
Approved Access Courses
Information on the Access Course run by the University of Glasgow, Department of Adult and Continuing Education can be obtained by phoning 0141 330 1830 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Minimum 8 Merits plus SCE Higher English at B or equivalent or AAAB in Integrative Assessment plus SQA Higher English at B or equivalent.
— A first degree from a UK University at Honours level or at ordinary level with merit or distinction.
— We are happy to consider applications from graduates with degrees from overseas institutions.
— Applicants to the two-year LL.B will not be required to sit the LNAT test.
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