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LNAT will no longer be required to study Law at the University of Birmingham from September 2017

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The University of Birmingham has taken the decision to withdraw from the LNAT Consortium and remove the LNAT from its formal entry requirements for students starting in September 2017 and beyond.

This means students applying to study Law at Birmingham in the next UCAS cycle will not need to take the LNAT to gain admission to the University of Birmingham.

The remainder of our entry requirements for Law remain the same for 2017 entry. Any student wishing to submit a late application this year, or applying through UCAS Extra will still need to take the LNAT.

For more information, please visit our website or contact David Rice, Law Admissions Manager on d.rice@bham.ac.uk

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