KSL Admission Criteria 2022

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The management of the Kenya School Of Law (KSL) has released the Application Criteria/Requirement for the Student of the institution.

The Kenya School Of Law, KSL Students applying to Undergraduates, Postgraduate, Diploma, Masters programs, etc must meet the following criteria in order to be considered for admission.

KSL Admission Criteria

The minimum requirement for admittance to the law degree programme in Kenya is an overall high school (KCSE) minimum grade of C+, with a C+ in English and one humanities subject.

Graduates of Kenyan Universities

  • Attained a minimum of grade B (plain) in English Language or Kiswahili and a mean grade of C (plus) in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination or its equivalent;
  • Have passed in the mandatory 16 core subjects as stipulated in the Second Schedule of the Legal Education.
  • Hold or are eligible for conferment of an LL.B degree from a recognized Kenyan university.

Graduates of Foreign Universities

  • Attained a minimum of grade B (plain) in English Language or Kiswahili and a mean grade of C (plus) in the
  • Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination or its equivalent;
  • Have passed in the mandatory 16 core subjects as stipulated in the Second Schedule to the Legal Education
  • Hold or are eligible for conferment of a recognized LL.B degree from a foreign university; and
  • Must sit and pass the Pre-Bar Examination as provided under the Second Schedule to the Kenya School of Law.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Good afternoon, I am Suki and I am in high school looking forward to take law in the near future and I need to ensure that I take the right subjects for it. So, I was requesting if you could advice me on whether I need 2 sciences to be able to attend the Kenya school of law

  2. Good afternoon,

    Wish to begin my LLB studies. I a m a graduate teacher with second class honours upper division from Moi university and a career administrator with B (Plain) in KCSE 2001 and B-Minus in English.
    Kindly advice me accordingly.

    Thanks
    Regards

  3. What if one studied high school elsewhere but attended campus in Kenya? Does such an individual still require to sit for the pre-bar exams?

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