CertHE Common Law
Students who do not meet the entrance criteria for the LLB program, in most cases can gain entry via the CertHE route.
You can achieve a law qualification in some of the core legal subjects without committing to the full LLB programme, but with the option to go on to the full LLB programme.
You can complete the CertHE Common Law in a minimum of one year and a maximum of five years.
The CertHE Common Law is rigorously examined by University of London approved academics.
You can transfer to the LLB programme after successful completion of three modules, including Legal System and Method.
CertHE Common Law Structure
The modules studied in the CertHe Common Law are the same as the Level 4 modules of the LLB given below:
- Legal System and Method
- Contract Law
- Criminal Law
- Public Law
- Be aged 18 or above by the 1st of November in the year of registration;
- O level/Intermediate/High School Diploma/IB or equivalent
- Pass the UoL entrance test and clear the interview with the Universal College Lahore Admissions Panel