Truman Bodden Law School (TBLS) seeks to admit each year well qualified applicants from a range of educational backgrounds who can demonstrate their aptitude, suitability and preparedness to pursue a degree in law. TBLS welcomes applications from mature candidates and seeks to give each such applicant full and individual consideration.
Entry requirements for the full and part time degrees are laid down in the Legal Practitioners (Students) Regulations (2012 Revision). Generally, the academic entry requirement for students who are under 21 years of age on 1st May in the year they start their course is at least two General Certificate of Education Advanced Level passes in addition to at least three General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) passes of Grade C or higher standard.
The GCSE subjects must include English Language and one of Mathematics or a Natural Science subject or Geography or Economics. Other prescribed combinations of passes may be acceptable (but proof of attainment of an acceptably high English Language standard is essential) as may other prescribed qualifications recognised as being of a comparable standard, such as an Associates Degree with a sufficiently high GPA.
Students who are over 21 years of age on 1st June in the year of intended entry who do not meet the Law School’s entry requirements may take the University of Liverpool Mature Students’ Entrance Examination. Further particulars of the Law School’s admission requirements can be obtained from our Admissions Policy.
This examination takes place in July annually therefore the deadline for applications in order to sit the examination is 16th June.
Eligible candidates are required to possess a Class 2:2 or higher qualifying law degree.
Any applicant who wishes to appeal a decision on admission may do so to the Admissions Appeal Panel.
Last Updated 2015-06-22