At Lancaster University Law School we warmly welcome international students both on our three year undergraduate degrees in Law and Criminology, as well as on our postgraduate degree programmes and on our Erasmus exchange programme.
The University has a high proportion of students from outside the EU – approximately 25% in fact. Students come from more than 100 different countries.
In the Law School, we have a rapidly growing number of international undergraduate students, and the vast majority of our LLM Programme students are from outside the UK, mostly from outside the EU.
Many of the international undergraduate students that study law come from countries that have a common law legal system, which is widespread around the world.
Please note that it is not necessary for you to have taken a Law Degree to apply for postgraduate courses in law. For further information please visit our postgraduate pages.
For more information about what it is like to be an international student at Lancaster University, including information about accommodation, welfare, advice and English language tuition, please visit the University International Students pages and the University Postgraduate pages.