Admissions

KINDLY SEE BELOW THE LINK TO THE UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION PORTAL

https://admission.ug.edu.gh/applying/undergraduate/overview

 

KINDLY SEE BELOW THE LINK TO THE POSTGRADUATE ADMISSION PORTAL

https://admission.ug.edu.gh/applying/postgraduate/overview

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR  POST-FIRST DEGREE LL.B PROGRAMME

Since the year 2000, the law course at the University of Ghana is characterized as a second first degree course. This means that entrants to the Law School must possess a Degree from a “recognized university”. By “recognized university”, we mean a University that is accredited by the appropriate body in the country where the University operates its main business as a University.
 

POST-FIRST DEGREE LL.B ADMISSIONS 2021/2022

The University of Ghana School of Law invites Applications for admission into its Post-First Degree LL.B programme for the 2021/2022 academic year. (Applicants should note that the Post First Degree LLB Programme is now an EVENING undergraduate programme).

Lectures start from 5:00pm to 8:00pm on weekdays.

 

DURATION- Three (3) years

 

Qualification:

The minimum entry qualification is a Second Class (Lower Division) Degree in any discipline from a recognised University (i.e. Universities recognised and/or accredited by the Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC)).

Before starting your application, we strongly recommend that you read and review this advertisement carefully together with all relevant information and guidelines for prospective applicants. Please follow carefully all instructions given. You must submit your completed application forms on-line.

 

Applicants must in addition provide or submit the following required documents before the given application deadline, namely: -

  • One (1) copy of ORIGINAL CERTIFICATE authenticated by institution awarding degree;
  • One (1) copy of ORIGINAL ACADEMIC TRANSCRIPT;
  • Three (3) Academic Referee reports;
  • Please provide, in your own handwriting, a candid evaluation of yourself as a person, discussing in order of importance to you, the personal characteristics you feel are your strengths and those you feel are your weaknesses. The written self-evaluation must be signed by you with your usual signature;
  • Application Confirmation Letter

 

APPLICANTS SHOULD NOT SEND ANY HARD COPIES OF DOCUMENTS TO THE SCHOOL.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

The DEADLINE for the submission of online application is 12 O'CLOCK MIDNIGHT WEDNESDAY JULY 14TH 2021. Owing to high demand, we regret that we are unable to consider incomplete and/or late applications.

 

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION:

Qualified short-listed Applicants will be expected to take a selection examination which will attract a non-refundable examination fee of Five Hundred Ghana Cedis Only (GH¢ 500 .00) for both Ghanaian and International Applicants. Date for Entrance Examination is Saturday, August 7, 2021. Applicants who pass the Entrance Examination will go through an admission interview process scheduled for Monday, August 16 to Thursday, August 19, 2021.

Applicants should kindly take note that, the dates for Entrance Examinations and Interviews are provisional.

 

INTEGRITY OF APPLICATION:

The University of Ghana and its School of Law are committed to maintaining the integrity of all programmes. Please be aware that if you provide us with false, fraudulent, incomplete or misleading information, your application runs the risk of being rejected or denied. Applications can only be formally considered when all required documents have been received no later than the notified closing deadline for submission of application forms (i.e. no later than 12 O'CLOCK MIDNIGHT WEDNESDAY JULY 14TH 2021).

KINDLY SEE BELOW THE LINK TO THE POST-FIRST DEGREE LL.B  ADMISSION PORTAL

https://admission.ug.edu.gh/applying/post-first-degree-law/overview

 

Past questions - post first degree entrance exams 2000-2020 (privately sourced)

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