How to Gain Admission into UNIUYO Faculty of Law

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How To Gain Admission into UNIUYO Faculty of Law … In this article, we will be showing you, the Osun State University Law admission requirements. This consist of the ‘O’ Level Subject Combination for Law, JAMB combination for Law, Direct Entry requirements for law and lots more.

How to Gain Admission into UNIUYO Faculty of Law

The Faculty of Law, University of Uyo is one of the most foremost Law Faculty in Nigeria. Being a reputable institution, the University of Uyo receives thousands of applications from prospective Law candidates. This makes the Faculty of Law one of the most competitive in the whole school.

Students are admitted into the respective law programmes if they satisfy the general university admission requirements for UTME and direct entry requirement. Admission into UNIUYO faculty of law is strictly on merit and candidates must have a good performance in their UTME by meeting the UNIUYO Cut Off Mark for Law.

UNIUYO FACULTY OF LAW ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

UNIUYO UTME Law Requirements:

English Language, Literature-in-English and any two Arts or Social Sciences subjects.

UNIUYO UTME Subjects:

Five O/Level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Literature-in-English and any two of Arts or Social Sciences subjects.

UNIUYO Direct Entry Law Requirements:

UNIUYO accepts

(i) Two ‘A’ level passes in Arts or Social Science subjects.
(ii) NCE/ND/First Degree (Second Class Lower).
(iii) Diploma Law

UNIUYO does not accept IJMB Mathematics and/or any other Science subject

LENGTH OF THE LL.B DEGREE PROGRAMME IN UNIUYO

The duration is a 5-year standard programme for students with Senior Secondary Certificate (SSCE) or General Certificate in Education (GCE) O’ Level or equivalent.

However, Direct Entry candidates are admitted into year two of the programme, but they may still be required to do some of the year one courses to be able to graduate.

HIGHER DEGREES

The Faculty in Collaboration with the Postgraduate School (PG School) also offers Master of Laws (LL.M) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Programmes in Law.

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