If you are aspiring to enter an undergraduate law program in the U.K. and you plan to attend one of the schools listed below, you will be required to sit for the LNAT. Schools requiring the LNAT are:
- University of Birmingham
- University of Bristol
- Durham University
- University of Glasgow – School of Law
- King’s College London
- University of Nottingham
- University of Oxford
- University College London
The following non-UK universities also require the LNAT under specific conditions. Contact the university directly to inquire about these requirements.
- NUI Maynooth (mature entry only)
- IE University Madrid
Each school has its own set of entry requirements, which you should obtain directly from the school to better understand what is required of you for successful acceptance. Examples of what to inquire on are: accepted minimum LNAT scores, the number of students interviewed, if that’s a requirement, and the number of students accepted and results from A-Levels.
If you are an international or non-EU applicant, you will also be required to take the LNAT. You should contact each law school to verify exactly what is required of you to be eligible for admission in addition to the LNAT.
Deciding on which university best fits you is another beast. There are many factors to consider when making that decision, but taking the LNAT is the first step, and you’ve come to the right place to get you prepared for it!