University of Exeter Law Entry Requirements

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University of Exeter Law Entry Requirements

Entry requirements 2018

Typical offer

AAA-AAB; IB: 36-34

Law at Exeter was a fascinating course that gave me the enthusiasm to pursue a legal career, as well as the opportunity to pursue my own interests, such as rugby, hockey and basketball, and live in a great location. The campus is fantastic and the teaching staff are highly motivated.

If you’re looking for a good degree, with excellent teaching staff, and the opportunity to study in a relaxed and fun location, I’d recommend Law at Exeter to you.

Robert Lee, Law graduate (1986), now Global Head of Finance at Clifford Chance .

International students

International students should check details of our English language requirements and may be interested in our Foundation programmes.

Further information

Please read the important information about our Typical offer. For full and up-to-date information on applying to Exeter and entry requirements, including requirements for other types of qualification, please see the Applying section.

Contact us

Streatham Campus, Exeter

Email: ssis-admissions@exeter.ac.uk
Phone: +44 (0)1392 723192

Website: Visit the Law website

Our research

We have an outstanding reputation internationally for our research – in the Research Excellence Framework 2014, 85 per cent of our research was classified as world-leading or internationally excellent*. We are dedicated to excellence in our scholarship, underpinned by a firm commitment to making our research outcomes beneficial and accessible to others, and our research directly informs and enhances our rigorous and diverse curriculum.

Our researchers’ specialist interests collectively encompass a wide range of legal fields. We have an established research history in Family Law, European Law and Legal History. We are also rapidly developing specialist strengths in many other areas, such as International and Comparative Law, Human Rights, Bioethics, Environmental Law, Criminology, Intellectual Property, Commercial Law, Information Law and Technology Law.