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Just In Case You Applied To Study Law In KNUST, Here Is All You Need To Know

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The WASSCE results are out and you are wondering if you will be able to get into KNUST Law school with your current grades right?

Relieve yourself of that worry!

Here is some basic information you need to know if you have intentions to study Law in KNUST.

In order to be admitted to the Law School, you should have at least an aggregate 09, anything above that is a ‘No law school’ for you

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The normal entry requirements of a degree at KNUST apply to the LLB programme. Three main streams of admission are instituted in the Faculty as follows:

Category One: 4—Year (full-time) LLB programme
Category 1 candidates are admitted as holders of:

(i) WASSSCE with credits in the three core subjects (English, Mathematics and Integrated Science) and three WASSSCE elective subjects in General Arts or Science or Business with Business Management, Economics, Accounting, Costing and Business Mathematics with aggregate 20 or better.

(ii) GCE Advanced Level with credit in at least five ‘O’ level subjects, including English Language and Mathematics, together with three ‘A’ Levels or equivalent in Arts or Science subjects, and

iii)  Mature candidates who must be 25 years of age and above with credits in at least five ‘O’ Levels, including English Language and Mathematics.

Category Two: 3—Year (full-time) LLB programme
Category 2 candidates are admitted as holders of a first degree in a discipline other than law. Candidates in this category will be required to do a three-year full-time LLB programme.

Category Three: 4—Year (part-time) LLB programme
Category 3 candidates are also admitted as first degree holders in a non-law subject. Candidates in this category will be required to do a four-year part-time LLB programme.

Candidates in category 2 and category 3 who are short-listed shall take a competitive examination and pass an interview.
Some career options for law students are; Barrister, Barrister’s clerk, Chartered legal executive,  secretary, Detective,  Licensed conveyancer, Paralegal, Solicitor, Advice worker, Chartered accountant,  Civil Service administrator, Data analyst, Data scientist,  Forensic computer analyst, Human resources officer, Patent attorney ,Stockbroker, Trading standards officer.
Guess you know now whether you will make or not right????
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