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Transferring law from UK unis

Can I do a qualifying law degree at one university that doesn't require LNAT and then transfer to a university that does require LNAT without actually having to do the LNAT exam?

I’m a first year Law LLB student at Edinburgh, is it possible to transfer (into first year) to do Law LLB at UCL or Kings, etc. without having done the LNAT
Original post by sophieyeah101
Can I do a qualifying law degree at one university that doesn't require LNAT and then transfer to a university that does require LNAT without actually having to do the LNAT exam?

I’m a first year Law LLB student at Edinburgh, is it possible to transfer (into first year) to do Law LLB at UCL or Kings, etc. without having done the LNAT

Nope. If you want to transfer into another university you'll still need to satisfy all their entry requirements, so if they want the LNAT, you'll need to take the LNAT.

Please note though that not all universities accept transfer students and that neither UCL or KCL accept transfer students for Law, sorry :frown:

Is there any reason why you want to transfer out of Edinburgh?

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