LL.M. Application Deadlines for Fall 2019 - UK & Ireland

Applications open now for many LL.M. programs in English, Northern Ireland, Ireland, Scotland and Wales

Below is a list of application deadlines for full-time LL.M. programs in the United Kingdom and Ireland beginning in Fall 2019.

The schools chosen were based on the most-visited programs on LLM GUIDE.

Some law schools have different deadlines for domestic and international students, particularly for those qho require a visa. 

More application cycles will open throughout October, while the first ones close in December 2018.

Always double-checking the program's website for the most up-to-date deadlines.

Oxford

  • January 11-25, depending on which course is selected

King's College London

  • March 30 (recommended)
  • Final deadline for non-EU nationals (if program is not already full): July 27
  • Final deadline for UK/EU nationals: August 31

Queen Mary

  • Deadline for those requiring a visa: September 2
  • Deadline for EU applicants: September 9

LSE 

  • No application deadline; rolling admissions

University of London International Programmes 

  • April Entry: February 28
  • November entry: September 30

Edinburgh 

  • January entry: November 13
  • September entry: dates not yet available

University College London (UCL) 

  • Dates not yet available

City London 

  • February (recommended)

Cambridge 

  • LL.M.: December 5 2018

Trinity Dublin 

  • LL.M.: May 31
  • Mlitt/PhD: No closing dates for applications

Glasgow 

  • Dates not yet available

Aberdeen 

  • Dates not yet available

Kent 

  • No application deadline

Essex 

  • By July 1

Strathclyde 

  • August

Manchester 

  • June 15 for international applicants, August 15 for EU applicants.

Swansea 

  • Applying by July 31 is encouraged

CEPMLP Dundee 

  • No formal deadline (EU/UK), January 15 (international)

Liverpool 

  • No official deadline, but by the end of July is advised

Reading 

  • June 1 (international), August 1 (EU/UK)

Birmingham 

  • End of May (international), no formal deadline (EU/UK)

Nottingham 

  • May 31

Southampton 

  • No formal deadline

SOAS 

  • Usually June each year

Durham 

  • No formal deadline

Bristol 

  • June 1 (international), July 1 (UK/EU)

Dundee

  • July 31

Warwick 

  • July 31 (international), no formal deadline (EU/UK)

Birkbeck College 

  • No formal deadline

Westminster 

  • No formal deadline, but they recommend students who require a visa apply at least 3 months before program start

Northumbria 

  • July 31 (international)

Cardiff 

  • May 31

UCD Dublin 

  • July 31

Leeds 

  • LL.M.: June 30 (international), July 31 (UK/EU)

Derby (Online Programs) 

  • Dates not yet available

Leicester 

  • August 31

De Montfort 

  • No deadline

Queen's Belfast 

  • End of August

Bangor 

  • End of June

Sheffield 

  • No specific deadline

BPP Law School 

  • No formal deadline

Wales Aberystwyth 

  • Taught LL.M.: No formal deadline
  • LL.M. by Research: before the end of February

Salford 

  • Admissions on a rolling basis

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