LAW In UI, Cut Off Mark, Admission Requirements: Cut off mark to study Law in UI?, do UI offer Law?, what are the requirements for Law in the University of Ibadan, how many years to study Law in UI?, aggregate score for Law and School fees.
Hey SAVANT! welcome to my “Admission Guide Series“, In today’s episode I will show you everything you need to know about the Studying Law in UI, from the Cut off mark to UTME/Direct entry requirements, course duration and lots more… STAY TUNED!
|Degree Awarded||BA Law|
|Course Duration||Five (5) Years|
Before applying to study Law in the University of Ibadan (UI), it is only logical you familiarize yourself with what the program entails, JAMB and O’ level requirements, Cut off mark, duration of study and lots more.
Access to accurate information can pose difficult, hence the reason for this guide, at the end of this writeup, you will be fortified with all the necessary information you need on studying Law in UI… ENJOY!
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- UI Offers Law
- Duration of Study for Law in UI is 5 years
- Cut off mark for admission to study Law in UI depends on the general performance of student that year, but it has always been above 65.37
Below is a detailed response to all you need to know and guide to securing admission in UI Faculty of Law.
Do UI Offer Law?
YES, the University of Ibadan (UI) is one of the 58 Universities fully accredited to admit student for Law in Nigeria.
Students who wish to become Lawyers and finds UI as a suitable school for study can either through JAMB or other direct entry like JUPEB do so.
Requirements To Study Law In UI
To study Law in UI you must meet with the following JAMB and O’ level subject (WAEC, NECO or NABTEB) requirements.
|JAMB Subject||Use of English, Any three (3) Arts or Social Science subjects.|
|O’ level (WAEC, NECO or NABTEB) Requirement||Five (5)’O’ Level credit passes to include English Language, Literature in English and Mathematics.|
|Direct Entry Requirements||(i) Two (2)’A’ Level passes in Arts or Social Science subjects.|
(ii) NCE/ND/First Degree (Second Class Lower).
Cut Off Mark For Law In UI
To study Law in UI you must score at least 200 in JAMB to qualify for Post UTME.
But scoring 200 in JAMB won’t guarantee your admission into the Faculty of Law in UI.
Post UTME Score For Law In UI
A score of 70 in UI Post UTME is good enough to secure your spot in UI college of medicine.
You may be asking, why do I need to score that high in JAMB and still do well in Post UTME?
Well, the truth is, admission to student is dependent on varying factors, such as Merit, ELDS, general students performance etc.
Students admitted on the merit list must score well above the aggregate score for Law to be guaranteed of admission.
Based on previous years, the aggregate score for Law in UI is 65, now let’s both analyze the JAMB and Post UTME score you will need to score to get above the aggregate 65.
UI Aggregate Score For Law
UI Aggregate score for admission into Law is 65.37.
To calculate UI admission aggregate score, you divide your JAMB Score by 8 and your Post UTME score by 2 and sum them up.
We can then say that your aggregate score is the summation of your JAMB score divided by 8 and your Post UTME score divided by 2.
A student who wishes to study Law in UI and scored 280 in JAMB and 70 in Post UTME, using this formular, the aggregate score can then be calculate as;
280/8 + 70/2 = 35 + 35
Making the student’s aggregate score 70
From this, you can see that the higher your JAMB and Post UTME score the higher your average aggregate score which consequently increases your chances of being admitted.
Other Direct Entry Requirement
JUPEB Program For Law In UI
Aside JAMB, you can also be admitted to study Law through JUPEB, JUPEB is an acronym for Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board.
To kick start this process you first need to buy the form for NGN15,000 and sit for the entrance exam.
There is really no passing or failing in the entrance exam, it’s actually just a formality as most student if not all will be allowed to participate in the JUPEB program thereafter.
The program spans for 1 year (2 semesters) and successful candidates would the be given admission to study Law beginning from 200 level.
During the course of the program you will need to pay a fee of NGN150,000, this can be paid in installment.
JAMB Direct Entry
For student who have studied other courses before now and want to study Law, you can apply through JAMB direct entry and be admitted to 200 level.
The student must hold at least a NCE/ND/First Degree (Second Class Lower).
How Many Years To Study Law In UI?
It takes 5 years to study Law in the University of Ibadan.
If you add 1 year of Law School and 1 year for NYSC, it makes the entire study duration 7 years.
UI School Fees For Law Student
The current school fees for Law students in UI is ₦36,800
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Do UI Accept Two Sittings For Law
Yes, the University of Ibadan accept two sittings for Law
UI JAMB Subject For Law
JAMB subjects required to study Law in UI are; Use of English and Any three (3) Arts or Social Science subjects.
WAEC Subject For Law In UI
WAEC subject requirement to study Law in UI is; 5 ‘O’ Level credit passes to include English Language, Literature in English and Mathematics.
The University of Ibadan offers Law, it a 5 years program with JAMB subject requirement of Use of English and Any three (3) Arts or Social Science subjects and O’ level requirement of Five (5) ‘O’ Level credit passes to include English Language, Literature in English and Mathematics.
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