Undergraduate Programs

Details & Semester Outlines for LLB (UNIVERSITY OF LONDON)

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To be eligible to register for the LLB, you must normally be at least 17 years of age at the time of registration and have passes in1:

  • either two subjects at GCE A level, and at least three further subjects at GCSE or GCE O level (at not less than grade C)
  • or three subjects at GCE A level (with one A Level at not less than grade D)
  • or three subjects at GCE A level, and one further subject at GCSE or GCE O Level (at not less than grade C)
  • Or two subjects at GCE A Level, and two further subjects at AS Level.
  • Bachelors degree (in any discipline) awarded by an institution acceptable to the University of London.
  • A 4 year bachelor degree (in any discipline) awarded by an institution acceptable to University of London may register for LLB degree under the Graduate Entry Route. Students who register via this route are only required to complete 09 courses (instead of 12) for the LLB degree.

Tests of proficiency in English (provided this has been awarded within the past 3 years).

1. International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE): English as a Second Language passed at grade C or above.

2. International English Language Testing System (IELTS) when an overall score of at least 6 is achieved with a minimum of 5.5 in each sub-test.

The LLB Program University of London (International) requires the students to complete 8 courses with a minimum of 24 credit hours. The break-up of 8 courses is as follows:

  • 8 Compulsory Courses
  • 5 Elective2 Courses (3 credit hour each)

Upon completion of the following curriculum at SZABIST, students may apply to become a member of any prestigious Inns of Court, UK or be eligible for admission to the LLM program.

First Year

Criminal Law

Common Law Reasoning and Institutions

Public Law

Elements of the Law of Contract

Second Year

Law of Trusts

Law of Tort

Land Law

*Plus any one subject from

Introduction to Islamic Law

International Protection of Human Rights

Public International Law

Administrative Law

Third Year

Jurisprudence and Legal Theory

Law Skills Portfolio (pathway 1 or pathway 2)

*Plus any three subjects from

EU Law

Introduction to Islamic Law

Intellectual Property

Public International Law

Company Law

International Protection of Human Rights

Evidence

Administrative Law

1 The qualifications will be considered by the University of London Special Admission Panel on individual basis & their decision concerning the eligibility of the applicant will be final.
2 Electives can be selected from Company Law, Law of Evidence, Intellectual Property, Administrative Law & Conflict of Laws.