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Minimum Admission Requirements

The minimum admission requirements for the Bachelor of Laws programme are:

  1. A mean grade of C+ (Plus) in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education or its equivalent with at least B (Plain) in English or Kiswahili;
  2. At least three Principal Passes in the Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education Examination;
  3. A degree from a recognized University; or
  4. A Credit Pass in a diploma in law examination from an accredited institution, a C (Plain) in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education and a C+ (Plus) in English

Procedure for Application for Admission to the University

  1. Application for undergraduate degree for government sponsored students can be made online through Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Services (KUCCPS) website upon meeting the required cluster points.
  2. Applications for self-sponsored undergraduate degree programme should be addressed to The Registrar (Academic), Kenyatta University on prescribed forms or online by visiting Kenyatta University website (http://admissions.ku.ac.ke/)

Duration of the Programme

The Law Programme takes a minimum of eight (8) semesters of full time attendance of lectures offered at the School. This equates to two semesters per calendar year of sixteen (16) weeks that constitute fourteen (14) weeks of class contact time and two (2) weeks of examinations.



Tuituion Fees :150,000.00 , Statutory Fees: 21,500.00
Fee per Annum : 171,500.00

 Key: * represents those course units that are mandatory according to the requirements of the Council for Legal Education.


School News


The All-Kenyan Moot Court Competition, 11TH EDITION COMPETITIONS


The International Legal Consortium (ILC) at the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids seeks six early- or mid-career lawyers based in sub-Saharan Africa to participate in the African Legal Fellowship Program.




The KU Law Review requests for Papers under the theme Regional Integration as the future of International Trade. The Call is intended to run from Monday, 5th July, 2021 to Friday, 1st October 2021. Kindly find attached documents to guide you as you write the papers: the poster advertising the call, the work plan, the description of the issue, the Law Review Editorial Policy and the KUSOL Referencing style.

Kenyatta University School of Law Students Emerge 2nd in the 2021 Africa Regional Rounds of the World Trade Organization Moot Court Competition

The Africa Regional Rounds of the 19thEdition of the John H Jackson Moot Court Competition, colloquially referred to as the World Trade Organization Moot Competition, were held on 23-28th March 2021.  Read More



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