Admission Criteria

The LLB degree programme is a four year programme comprising of eight semesters.  Each semester consists of seventeen weeks.


Admission requirements

The minimum entry requirements for entry into the Bachelor of Laws (LLB) programme are:

1. Mean grade of C plus in KCSE with at least B plain in either English or Kiswahili;

2. At least three principal passes in the Kenya Advanced Certificate for Education Examination;

3. A degree from recognised university;

4. A credit pass in a diploma in law examination from an accredited institution.


Admission Procedure

The SoL admission process is in concurrence with the general university admission procedure and may be found in the university’s student prospectus.To view the Prospectus click here

Before a student is admitted to the Bachelor of Laws (LLB) programme an admissions committee of the SoL considers the applications and makes recommendations to the University admissions committee.


Course Fees:

The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) programme costs Kshs. 70,000 per semester.


Join US:

Application form are available at all Mount Kenya University campuses, you can also download the application form from our website here and drop it at any Mount Kenya University campus near you

To apply online to join the course click here.