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KSL Admission Requirements: 2022/2023

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The Kenya School of Law, KSL Admission Requirements: 2022/2023 for all the courses at the certificate and diploma level is updated every year.

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Therefore, this article contains the full list of all the diploma & Certificate programmes coupled with their general requirements.

For admission into programmes of study at the Kenya School of Law, KSL for any first degree or second degree, an applicant must have the following requirements for successful admission.

Further Reading: Check Out KSL 2022/2023 Tuition and Fees

KENYA SCHOOL OF LAW, KSL ADVOCATES TRAINING PROGRAMME ADMISSION REQUIREMENT

The following categories of persons will be admissible to the programme:

1. Applicants admitted into the LL.B AFTER 8TH DECEMBER, 2014 must satisfy the following requirements:-

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 KCSE) or its equivalent; or
  • Attained a minimum of two (2) principals and one (1) subsidiary totaling to an aggregate of ten (10) points in the Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) or its equivalent; and
  • Have passed in the mandatory 16 core subjects as stipulated in the Second Schedule of the Legal Education Act, 2012; and
  • Hold or are eligible for conferment of an LL.B degree from a university recognized in Kenya.

NB: Applicants holding secondary school qualifications other than those offered by the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) must seek equation from the Kenya National Qualifications Authority (KNQA).

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 KCSE) or its equivalent; or
  • Attained a minimum of two (2) principals and one (1) subsidiary totaling to an aggregate of ten (10) points in the Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) or its equivalent; and
  • Have passed in the mandatory 16 core subjects as stipulated in the Second Schedule to the Legal Education Act, 2012; and
  • Hold or are eligible for conferment of a recognized LL.B degree from a foreign university; and
  • Obtain clearance from the Council of Legal Education (CLE)
  • Must sit and pass the Pre-Bar Examination as provided under the Second Schedule to the Kenya School of Law Act, part 1 (b) (iii).

NB: Applicants holding secondary school qualifications other than those offered by the Kenya National
Examinations Council (KNEC) must seek equation from the Kenya National Qualifications Authority (KNQA).

2. Applicants admitted into the LL.B BEFORE 8TH DECEMBER, 2014 must satisfy the following requirements:-

  • having passed the relevant examination of any recognized university in Kenya, he holds or has become eligible for the conferment of the Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL.B) of that university;
  • having passed the relevant examinations of a university, university college or other institutions prescribed by the Council of Legal Education, he holds or has become eligible for the conferment of the Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL.B) in the grant of that university, university college or other institution, and prior to enrolling at that university, university college or other institution –
    • attained a minimum entry requirements for admission to a university in Kenya; and
    • obtained minimum grade B (plain) in English Language and a mean grade of C (plus) in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination or its equivalent;
  •  Holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL.B) from a recognized university and attained a minimum grade of C (plus) in English and a minimum aggregate grade of C (plain) in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination, holds a higher qualification e.g. “A” levels, “IB”, relevant “Diploma”, other “undergraduate degree” or has attained a higher degree in Law after the undergraduate studies in the Bachelor of Laws programme; or
  • a Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL.B) from recognized university and attained a minimum grade of C (minus) in English and a minimum of an aggregate grade of C (minus) in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination sits and passes the Pre-Bar Examination set by the Kenya School of Law as a pre-condition for admission.

NB: Applicants holding secondary school qualifications other than those offered by the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) must seek equation from the Kenya National Qualifications Authority (KNQA).

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