Six degrees are available in Law, the BA (Tripos undergraduate degree), LLM, MCL, MLitt, PhD and LLD There are, in addition, the MPhil in Criminology, the MPhil in Criminological Research, and two Diplomas in Law.
Prospectuses and further information about the Faculty and the courses are available to download for prospective undergraduates and postgraduates. Information on the courses available to study at the Faculty is also contained in the courses section.
Information about applying to study courses in Law at Cambridge, including undergraduate and postgraduate application forms.
The Faculty holds an annual Open Day for undergraduate applicants in June/July.
The Cambridge University Sixth Form Law Conference offers Y12 school or college students an opportunity to experience something of what it is like to study Law at Cambridge as an undergraduate.
The Faculty annually hosts the Sutton Trust summer school for approximately twenty four sixth-form students from around the country.
The Faculty annually hosts a one-day workshop for sixth form teachers and advisers on 'Advising Students on Studying and Applying for Law at Cambridge'.
There are 31 Colleges in Cambridge. Three are for women (Murray Edwards (formerly New Hall), Newnham and Lucy Cavendish) and two admit only graduates (Clare Hall and Darwin). The remainder house and teach all students enrolled in courses of study or research at the University. Further information about the Cambridge colleges is available on the University website.
The Faculty has a very limited number of trust funds from which grants can be made to students.