Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions by current and prospective students. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions by current and prospective students. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

University of London

The application deadline is 1st October for the University of London LLB (Hons) in the year that you wish to enroll. The application deadline for CertHE Common Law leading to LLB (Hons) is 31st October in the year you wish to enroll for the September Session. For the April Session, the LLB (Hons) University of London application deadline is 1st April in the year you wish to enroll and the deadline for CertHe Common Law leading to LLB (Hons) is 1st May. However, students are advised to apply as early as possible so as to confirm their registration before the commencement of their classes and to ensure an early delivery of the Study Pack, which is dispatched by the University.

The classes normally commence in the 2nd week of September.

Please refer to the page “Admissions Criteria in the Admissions tab” and scroll down to the “Entrance Requirements” of the University of London LLB (Hons) Programme or the CertHE Common Law Leading to LLB (Hons) University of London Programme.

It normally takes 3 to 4 weeks after the application is received by the University, and also provided that complete information has been provided to the University and is in accordance with the entrance requirements.

A student is required to pay the “Application Handling Fee” and the “Admission Fee” for the Institute.

The “Application Handling Fee” paid to the University of London is non-refundable. If the University refuses a student’s application all other payments (made to the Institute) are refunded. However, if a student is accepted by the University but decides not to continue with his LLB degree, then his “Security Deposit” is refunded but not the “Admission Fee” or the “Tuition Fee” for the term.

The degree is fairly difficult for students who are not in the habit of reading textbooks. The LLB degree not only requires a thorough reading of the essential texts, but also requires hard-work, dedication, commitment, and above all, interest in the degree. Passing the degree may not be difficult but a student needs to be fully focused to attain a higher placement.

Yes. It is recognized by the HEC, Punjab and other provincial Bar Councils around the country as well as the Pakistan Bar Council. It is also recognised by other legal entities.

A licence can be obtained after a law graduate from the University of London passes the Special Equivalence Examination (SEE-Law) conducted by the HEC as well as the Law GAT examination.

The LLB degree is recognized worldwide as a legal graduate degree. The structure of this degree is especially suitable for countries with a “common law” legal framework.

Normally, an LLM takes from 9 to 12 months,  to complete.

University of Punjab

The application deadline is 25th October for the University of the Punjab (for the current year). With the late-fee, the date will extend to the 24th of November (for the current year).

The classes normally commence in the 1st week of October.

Please refer to “Admissions Criteria in the Admissions tab” page and scroll down to find the “Entrance Requirements” for the University of the Punjab.

It normally takes 3 to 4 weeks after the application is received by the University, and also provided that complete information has been provided to the University and is in accordance with the entrance requirements.

A student is required to pay the “Registration Fee” of the University of the Punjab and the “Admission Fee” for the Institute.

The “Registration Fee” for the University of the Punjab is non-refundable, however, if the University refuses a student’s application all other payments (made to the Institute) are refunded. However, if a student is accepted by the University but decides not to continue with his LLB degree, then his “Security Deposit” is refunded but not the “Admission Fee” or the “Tuition Fee” for the term.

The degree is fairly difficult for students who are not in the habit of reading textbooks. The LLB degree not only requires the essential book reading, but also requires hard-work dedication, commitment, and above all, interest in the degree.

Normally, the LLM takes from 12 months, while the Bar at Law takes 24 months to complete.