You need a degree or equivalent to sit the SQE exams. It can be obtained outside the UK. Either way it has to be checked by the SRA’s 3rd party validating service (they use Atlantic Data).
You will need to give Atlantic Data this information:
Atlantic Data will ask for your degree/qualification certificate or student ID number.
To start the process you log into your MySRA account and select 'Start new applications' and 'Apply to check that your qualification or work experience is equivalent to a degree'.
There is a fee (currently, 2023, £160 for UK applicants). If overseas qualifications, Atlantic Data will use UK ENIC. Here’s a link to information: https://enic.org.uk/Qualifications/SOC/Default.aspx
The SRA page giving this info may be accessed here: https://www.sra.org.uk/become-solicitor/sqe/degree-equivalent/check-validate-qualification/
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