What you should know about Studying law in Nigeria.
Apart from the JAMB subject combination which I will be listed below, you also need good information about this course so as to know what you are about to embark on.
As a law student or a candidate wishing to apply for law, you must meet all the academic requirements like a good O’level result, a high JAMB score, and a good academic background to be eligible for admission.
Upon gaining admission, you must also be intellectually sound and must be ready to study hard.
How many years does it take to study law in Nigeria? The number of years taken to complete an undergraduate program in law depends on some factors like;
Your academic capacity, and other ones which are determined by your institution or the law students governing body.
Generally, it takes 5 – 6 years to complete an undergraduate program in Law in any tertiary institution in Nigeria.
Apart from this, student’s inability to complete all their required courses under the given year will attract an extra year for them.