Undergraduate Application Process

Applying to University can be a daunting prospect but hopefully the information available here will explain and simplify this process for you. The LJMU How to Apply web pages have been carefully designed to contain all the information that you will need to guide you through this process. It is also recommended that all future applicants visiti the Study at LJMU web pages for further information about the University as a whole and what is on offer to our students.

We can also however, offer applicants some specific information and advice for our undergraduate Criminal Justice programmes.

Basic Entry Requirements
Mature Entry Requirements
Personal Statements
Welfare
Further Questions?

Basic Entry Requirements

Applicants are required to have obtained 280 UCAS points for the BA (Hons) Criminal Justice from no more than four subjects, including at least two at A2 level.

Applicants are required to have obtained 300 UCAS points for the LLB Law & Criminal Justice from no more than four subjects, including at least two at A2 level..

Applicants are required to have obtained 320 UCAS points for the BSc (Hons) Forensic Psychology & Criminal Justice from no more than four subjects, including at least two at A2 level. Applicants are also required to have obtained at least a C pass grade at Maths GCSE or equivalent.

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Mature Entry Requirements

We encourage all enquiries and applications from mature students returning to education. We believe in a flexible application process that can be moulded around your personal qualifications and vocational experiences. It is recommended that all mature students vist the LJMU mature students web pages..

We normally ask for an Access course qualification (usually at 60% pass rate or above) in a relevant subject. We also usually have an informal interview to discuss the relevant programme with you and to assess your suitability for the course. We also accept applications from students with appropriate B-TEC qualifications.

Vocational experience in a relevant field can also be taken into account and we would actively promote people with such backgrounds to contact us for a discussion about the course.

Relevant Access courses can be taken at many Higher Education organisations, including local institutions such as Liverpool Community College, Hugh Baird College or Knowsley Community College

Please see the standard entry requirements page for further details.


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Personal Statements

When applying to any of our Criminal Justice programmes it is essential that you provide a strong and relevant personal statement. You should aim to address exactly what interest you about your chosen course, which modules you are particularly looking forward to study and why and possible career paths that you intend to follow. You should also note any experience that you have had in paid or voluntary work that is relevant to the degree.

Remember that when you apply we have your qualifications and personal statement only, and so you really need to be 'sell yourself' and discuss pertinent and appropriate issues in your application.


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Welfare

Many applications have a variety of welfare related questions when they apply to LJMU including queries around funding, child care and so forth. Please visit our student welfare pages which discuss all of these issues.


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Further Questions?

If you require any further advice or assistance in your application process then please go to our further information page for staff contact details and please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

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