Admissions Criteria

University of London LLB, CertHE, University of the Punjab LLB & Bar Transfer Programme

Entrance Requirements for LLB (Punjab)

  • Have passed the Laws Entrance Test (LAT) as per HEC rules
  • Have passed FA/FSc/ICom exams from a recognized board with a 2nd Division
  • Have passed the requisite O & A Levels and have an equivalence certificate from the IBCC
  • Pass the Law Admission Test from the Higher Education Commission
  • Appear in the interview and be selected on the course

University of London Admission Criteria - Standard Entry Students

In order to be registered for the LLB (Hons) degree, you must be at least 17 years old and satisfy the following:

  • Either passes in:
    • Two subjects at GCE ‘A’ level + at least three further subjects at GCSE or GCE ‘O’ Level (at or with not less than Grade ‘C’)
    • Three subjects at GCE ‘A’ Level + one further subject at GCSE or GCE ‘O’ Level (at or with less than grade ‘C’)
    • Two subjects at GCE ‘A’ Level + two further subjects at ‘AS’ Level
    • Passes in 4 subjects at A Level with a minimum grade D
  • Have attained a minimum grade ‘C’ in English Language in ‘O’ Level or equivalent
  • BA/ BSc/BCom in upper second division. The admission is open to the graduates of the University of Punjab or (subject to the Syndicate’s approval) of any other recognized university
  • Foreign students should route their application for admissions through the Ministry of Education, Government of Pakistan, Islamabad
  • Students holding high school diploma/ degrees of other institutions should contact the Director (Admissions)

University of London Admission Criteria - Graduate Route Students

To be eligible:

  • Must meet the University of London English language requirements
  • Must hold an Honours degree (4 year) or a post-graduate degree from a degree awarding institution acceptable to the University of London

Entrance Requirements for CertHE

To be eligible for CertHe Common Law you must be:

  • 18 years of age or older on 1st September in the year you register with the University of London
  • Admitted to a course of instruction for the CertHE Common Law at an Institute that has been granted “Permission to Teach” status by the University of London.

Selection Criteria

  • Application forms, enclosing all supporting documents and eight colored photographs
  • Written entrance test
  • Interview

A student has to pass the written test and also be declared successful in the interview before he/she can be made an offer of admission.