How to apply

Apply to study at the Institutes of the School by completing the School of Advanced Study application form [Word].

Please note we are currently only accepting applications for the MPhil/PhD programme and the LLM Advanced Legislative Studies (Distance Learning) for the 2016/17 Academic year January intake. Applications for the 2017/18 Academic year will open in November.

Send your completed form to the Registry:

School of Advanced Study Registry
University of London
Senate House, Malet Street
London WC1E 7HU
T: +44 (0)20 7862 8661/8873
F: +44 (0)20 7862 8657
E: sas.registry@sas.ac.uk

The deadline for applying for a place is 31 October 2016.

You may also submit your application form (the form only – no other attachments) electronically to sas.registry@sas.ac.uk. Please note that the additional documentation that forms part of your application (e.g English language test certificate, transcripts of results, references) must not be submitted electronically and must be sent to the address above.  It is possible in some instances for academic references to be emailed but they MUST be sent from an academic email address in the UK (e.g. ac.uk email address).

To make an application for a research degree, speak first about your research proposal with the manager of the Institute.

If you have any queries about the course application and/or admissions process, or if you require course and application material in hard copy, please contact the School Registry.

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