LawStudents are exposed to the various aspects of law within a society or government. Law is a challenging course but it has it's rewards, many Parents/Guardians take pride in having their wards studying it. As a result Law�s Tuition is much more expensive in Nigerian Universities Compared to Other Courses. Individuals who study this course are usually those involved in Literary and debating societies at an early age, they tend to make structured arguments and like to make their point known. Graduates of this course could have career opportunities such as Government Lawyers, private practice lawyer, Judges etc.
To be Admitted into this course Aspirants are expected to take any three Arts or Social Science subjects in the annual UTME examination, They are also expected to have a 5 credit pass in WAEC/NECO with subjects including Mathematics, English Language, Literature in English and and Any other 2 Arts/Social Science Subjects. However we recommend that you View Jamb Brochure as Admission Requirements vary in different Universities.
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