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Please use our online form to apply to study at the the University of Law International Study Centre. The form is easy to use, and we’ll guide you through every step of the application process.

1. Complete all sections of the application form
2. Read the terms and conditions
3. Check the confirmation box
4. Scan in your supporting documents
5. Upload your scanned documents
6. Save the completed form
7. Await the admissions decision by email.

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If you are applying through a local agent, please contact them for an application form. When your application is received and reviewed, you will hear from one of our Student Enrolment Advisers. They will give you further details about the supporting documents for your application and how to send these to us.

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Visa information

When you confirm an unconditional offer at The University of Law International Study Centre, the next step for most students is to apply for a visa.

Depending on the course you are applying for, and your country of residence, there are different visas you can apply for. Take the UK visas questionnaire on to find out the type of visa you need.

The University of Law International Study Centre

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The English language and academic qualifications you'll need to study at The University of Law International Study Centre

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The International Foundation Year provides the academic knowledge, English language preparation and study skills you will need to succeed at undergraduate-level study at The University of Law. 

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Quick and easy ways to apply for the International Foundation Year at The University of Law

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Key facts

Age: 17

Course length: Three terms

Entry points: October or February

Start dates:
Term 1: 06/02/17 - 17/03/17
Term 2: 03/04/17 - 09/06/17
Term 3: 19/06/17 - 08/09/17

Study location:
The University of Law, Bloomsbury

English Language entry requirements:
Academic IELTS for UKVI 5.0 (4.5 in writing)*

*If you do not need a Tier 4 visa, or are exempted in another way, we can accept equivalent proof of English

Entry requirements:
Good high school graduation grades or equivalent academic study

Available to international, home and EU students

Contact hours per week: 16 

Self-study hours per week: 25