How to join Law School UON. Bachelor of Laws degrees admissions and regulations. Law degrees scholarships. Law School Scholarships UON.
Q. I am a KCSE candidate who wanted to pursue medicine but cannot because of my grades. However I would now like to pursue law in the University of Nairobi having scored a B- and a B+ in English. Can I get the chance.
A. In addition to the common regulations for the Bachelors Degree for the University of Nairobi, eligible candidates must have at least grade B (Plain) in English. Categories of persons to whom admission is open include:
a) Holder of degree(s) from a recognized university
b) Holder of Advanced Level Certificate with at least three principal passes equivalent.
c) Holder of KCSE Certificate with minimum university entry points of at least C+.
d) Holders of at least a credit pass in a Diploma from a recognized institution in addition to KCSE
Certificate with a Mean Grade of at least C.
Evaluation consists of coursework, assignments, continuous assessment tests and written examinations.
Each unit is grade out of a maximum of 100 marks.
Written examinations constitute 70% and coursework 30% .
The pass mark in each unit is 40%. The final award of the degree of Bachelor of Laws is based on average score in all units taken for credit by a candidate in second, third and fourth years.
The council of Legal Education and the Law society of Kenya oversees the post graduation practical training for graduates of law seeking to enter the legal profession as advocates of the Kenyan Bar.