Deadlines for programs at 30 law schools in the United Kingdom & Ireland
Oxford - January 20
King's (KCL) - March 31
Queen Mary (QMUL) - April 16
University of London International Programmes - No official deadline
Edinburgh - July 31
Cambridge - December 2
UCL - June 1
LSE - No official deadline
Kent - No official deadline
Aberdeen - July 1
University of Glasgow - July 23 (non-EU) or August 27 (UK/EU)
Essex - No official deadline; before July 1 encouraged
Strathclyde - June 12 - mid-August (varies by program and applicant)
Dundee - June 30 (2011 deadline); CEPMLP programs: March 31
Manchester - End of July (overseas applicants) or end of August (UK/EU)
Reading - June 1 (recommended for overseas applicants) or August 1 (for UK/EU)
Nottingham - May 31
Nottingham Trent - Not specified
Trinity College Dublin - April 1
City University London - Not specified
Warwick - Not specified
Liverpool - No official deadline; strongly encouraged before end of June
Swansea - July 31
SOAS - June 30
Southampton - No official deadline
Please note that deadlines sometimes change and often vary due to the variety of postgraduate programs being offered. All prospective students are advised to double-check with law schools as soon as possible before applying.
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