So I'm hoping to apply to some LLM programs (mostly Environmental Law) but having studied in the American system I do not have an undergraduate degree in Law, rather a non-UK B.A. in Intl Studies with a minor in Environmental Management and Policy. I am also a fresh graduate so my work experience, unfortunately, has little to do with Law and I have not done any conversion course.

What is the likelihood of me getting in based on a few courses related to law etc? Most universities (such as Brunel, Newcastle, Kent, UEL) I've e-mailed say it DEPENDS and how they treat applications as a whole.