KUCCPS 2022/2023 Cut Off Points Per Course; Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.)
KUCCPS News Today; The Bachelor of Laws is one of the top 10 marketable courses in Kenya that is highly sought after in Kenya. The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service, KUCCPS has released new cut-off points and entry requirements for applicants wishing to pursue a Bachelor of Laws degree Course as follows: Click HERE to see the new KUCCPS entry requirements and cut-off points for cluster one-law and related. See the table below
|KUCCPS Course||Cut Off
|Cut off Points
|Career Pathway||Duration||Fees per Semester|
|1||Bachelor of Laws||KCSE mean grade of C+ with a minimum of B plain in English/ Kiswahili||Under-graduate-
|All subjects with a special focus on English/ Kiswahili||B plain in English, the main tool of communication in Law.||The course prepares students to partake in careers in legal education in both the private and public sectors. The program is offered to both government non-governmental organizations||Eight to twelve semesters||Tuition Fees per semester are approximately KSH 100,000 but there may be slight variations from one university to the other.|
|2||Post Graduate Diploma (advocate training programme at the Kenya School of Law)||KCSE mean grade of C+ with a minimum of B plain in English/ Kiswahili||Post Graduate Diploma Level-after attaining a degree in law||
|B plain in English, the main tool of communication in Law.||The course prepares students to partake in careers in legal education in both the private and public sectors. The program is offered to both government and non-governmental organizations|
BACHELOR OF LAWS (LLB)
MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
|CLUSTER SUBJECT 1||ENG / KIS|
|CLUSTER SUBJECT 2||MAT A / MAT B / BIO / PHY / CHE / BIO / GSC|
|CLUSTER SUBJECT 3||HAG / GEO / CRE / IRE / HRE|
|CLUSTER SUBJECT 4||BIO / PHY / CHE / BIO / GSC / HAG / GEO / CRE / IRE / HRE / HSC / ARD / AGR / WW / MW / BC / PM / ECT / DRD / AVT / CMP / FRE / GER / ARB / KSL / MUC / BST|
|NOTE: A subject may only be considered ONCE in this section|
MINIMUM SUBJECT REQUIREMENTS
|SUBJECT 1||ENG / KIS||B|
|INSTITUTION||PROGRAMME CODE||PROGRAMME NAME||2021 CUT-OFF||2020 CUT-OFF||2019 CUT-OFF||2018 CUT-OFF||2017 CUT-OFF|
Philosophy of the Programme
The Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) degree of the University of Nairobi prepares undergraduate students for
careers in legal education in both private and public sectors. The program is offered to both government-sponsored (module I) and self-sponsored (Module II) students, over at least eight semesters and more than twelve semesters. Each semester comprises fifteen weeks. Module II has flexible lecture
schedules and admission requirements that make the LL.B programme more accessible to and
accommodative of the special needs of that full-time employment.
The rationale of the Programme
Objectives of the Law Curriculum 1
a) To expose students to the multifaceted nature of the development process and arouse their intellectual and practical interest in the phenomena of nation-building, fidelity to the law and its institutions and so develop responsibility for the national heritage.
b) To introduce students to the social foundations and perspectives of the law.
c) To inculcate in students sufficient technical skills for the extraction and communication of legal information to make their intellectual and professional lives exciting and fulfilling.
d) To introduce students to the international legal order, its various manifestations, and relationships with the municipal legal systems.
e) To deepen students’ appreciation of the theory and substance of the law and its application to contemporary problems.