LNAT Universities

The LNAT is the National Admissions Test for Law. It’s used as an entry exam by several universities to help thin the applications they receive. If you’re applying to study Law in 2018 or 2019, then the information below will be a handy dandy list of universities requiring the LNAT! You can find below a list of LNAT Universities.

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LNAT Universities

The LNAT is the National Admissions Test for Law.

It’s used as an entry exam by several universities to help thin the applications they receive. If you’re applying to study Law in 2018 or 2019, then the information below will be a handy dandy list of universities requiring the LNAT! You can find below a list of LNAT Universities.

 

 

Does the university I’m applying for matter?

Most LNAT Universities run off the standard deadline dates which can be found in this blog post. It is worth checking the specific universities you are applying to for peace of mind.

Each university will use your LNAT score differently. They will see your test scores within 24 hours of you completing it (they actually see your score before you do!). Some will use it to form the basis of an interview with you, some may compare it with your personal statement, others may have a specific cut-off score.

 

 

University of Bristol

Law (M100), Law with French Law (MR11) and Law with German Law (MR12).

 

 

Durham University

Law (M101) and Law with Foundation (M102).

 

 

University of Glasgow

Law (M114), Law with French Language (M1R1), Law with French Legal Studies (M121), Law with German Language (M1R2), Law with German Legal Studies (M122), Law with Italian Language (M1R3), Law with Italian Legal Studies (M1M9), Law with Russian (M1RR), Law with Spanish Language (M1R4), Law with Spanish Legal Studies (M123), Law/Business Economics (MN11), Law/Business Management (MN12), Law/Economic and Social History (MV13), Law/Economics (ML11), Law/English Literature (MQ13), Law/Gaelic Language (MQ15), Law/History (MV11), Law/Philosophy (MV15) and Law/Politics (ML12).

 

 

King’s College London

Politics, Philosophy and Law (LM21), Law (M100), English Law and French Law (with year abroad) (M121), English Law with German Law (M122) and English Law and Hong Kong Law (M190).

 

 

University of Nottingham

Law (M100), Law (Senior Status) (M101), Law with French and French Law (M1R1) and Law with German and German Law (M1R2).

 

 

University of Oxford

Law (M100), Law with European Law (M190), Law with French Law (M191), Law with German Law (M192), Law with Italian Law (M193) and Law with Spanish Law (M194).

 

 

SOAS, University of London

Law (M100), African Studies and Law (TM51), History of Art/Archaeology and Law (VM31), International Relations and Law (LMF1), Law and Arabic (MT16), Law and Burmese (MTCH), Law and Chinese (MT11), Law and Development Studies (LM91), Law and Economics (LM11), Law and Geography (LM71), Law and Georgian (MT19), Law and Hebrew (MQ14), Law and History (MV11), Law and Indonesian (MTDH), Law and Korean (MTDL), Law and Linguistics (MQ11), Law and South-East Asian Studies (TMJC), Middle Eastern Studies and Law (TM61), Persian and Law (MTD6), Politics and Law (LM21), Social Anthropology and Law (LM61), South Asian Studies and Law (TMH1), South Asian Studies and Law (Including Year Abroad) (TM3C), Study of Religions and Law (MV16), Swahili and Law (MTD5), Thai and Law (TM31), Turkish and Law (MTC6) and Vietnamese and Law (MT1H).

 

 

University College London

Law (M100), Law with French Law (M141), Law with German Law (M142), Law with Hispanic Law (M144) and English and German Law (4 years) (M146).

 

 

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