Admissions to postgraduate programmes in law are managed on the Faculty's behalf by the University's central Graduate Admissions Office. The University's Graduate Studies Prospectus provides authoritative information on when and how to apply. The prospectus and the associated application forms are available online or as paper documents; applications should be made online, other than in exceptional circumstances.
- Graduate Studies Prospectus.
- Direct link to the law page in the Graduate Studies Prospectus.
- Apply online
- Graduate admissions office contact details.
Note that every Oxford graduate student must be accepted by a college as well as by the Faculty. Both Faculty and colleges make decisions on academic grounds using the same selection criteria. Once accepted by the Faculty you are guaranteed to receive an offer from a college - but not necessarily the college you chose on your application form.
- For more on this and other puzzles visit our graduate admissions FAQs.
- Our qualitative selection criteria for graduate admissions are here.
- There are also some notes about applications from researchers at other institutions
- There are separate selection criteria for non-law graduates applying to take a BA in Law with Senior Status (the graduate version of our undergraduate degree)