Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME):
Candidate for admission into the Faculty must possess at least senior secondary school certificate or GCE Ordinary level with credits in (5) five subjects, including English Language, English Literature and Mathematic obtained at not more than TWO sittings. The candidate must also have an acceptable pass in the UTME.
(a) Candidate must satisfy the requirements of five (5) credit passes in GCE, WAEC or equivalent but TWO of the papers must be passed at advanced level.
(b) Passes Two-Year or Three Year Diploma in Law (Upper Credit) from a Nigerian University or equivalent Institution plus Credit passes in three papers, including English Language and English Literatures in SSSC, GCE O/L or equivalent and a pass in mathematics OR
(c) Three (3) papers at principal or Advanced level in Higher School Certificate or GCE A/L together with credit in English Language and English Literature in the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination or GCE O/L or equivalent plus a pass in mathematics, or
(d) Two (2) Papers at principle or Advanced level in HSC or GCE A/L plus Credit in three papers (including English Language and English literature and a pass in Mathematics) in SSC Examination or GCE O/L or their equivalent.
Application for transfer to the Faculty will be treated on its own merit.
The courses offered by the Faculty of Law lead to the Bachelor of Laws Degree denoted as LL.B.