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Where To Find Law Schools In Kenya And The Qualifications Required For Law Courses

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For many students, choosing a career path in Kenya is one of the most challenging things above that once one has chosen their desired career in Kenya, the next hurdle comes when deciding where to pursue courses and careers in Kenya, and even worse one doesn’t know where to pursue the career. For those students in Kenya who have decided to do law in Kenya, but do not know where in Kenya Law course is offered, this article is for you and also for those with interest in finding out where law courses in Kenya are offered. Some of the schools and universities in Kenya that offer a bachelor’s degree in law in Kenya include;

Nairobi University Law School in Kenya

The Faculty of Law in University of Nairobi in Kenya was established in 1970. The Nairobi school of law offers, degree of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B). The Law Faculty in University of Nairobi also runs Master of Laws (LL.M) in Kenya and PhD Programmes for students in Kenya wishing to specialize in specific branches of law in University of Nairobi. The school of law of University of Nairobi in Kenya is situated in Parklands Nairobi. One can get to University of Nairobi School of Law by boarding matatus from the Nairobi city center that can be found at Odeon Cinema matatu stage in commercial. Details about the UON School of Law in Kenya can be found on their website; http://law-school.uonbi.ac.ke/ 

Moi University School of Law in Kenya

In July 1994, Moi University in Kenya established a Faculty of Law, which advanced into a School. The Moi University School of Law which is called Moi University Annex Campus is located Only 5 km from Eldoret town in Kenya along the Eldoret-Nakuru Highway and is not very far from Eldoret town. The Moi University School of Law in Kenya offers vast courses in undergraduate law programs in Kenya.

Catholic University of Eastern Africa School of Law in Kenya

The Catholic University of Eastern Africa school of law in Nairobi is located along Langata Road past the Bomas of Kenya towards Karen. The Catholic University of Eastern Africa school of law has a faculty of law in Kenya that offers a bachelor’s degree in law. The entry requirements for the private university law program in Catholic University of Eastern Africa are Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education with the minimum mean grade of C+ (Plus) or the equivalent among others that can be found on the school of law website. http://www.cuea.edu/index.php/faculty-of-law 

Kenyatta University School of Law in Kenya

Kenyatta University School of Law [KUSOL] in Kenya is located in Parklands parts of Nairobi on Chemelil Road off Kolobot Road near Stima Plaza and adjacent to Sirona Hotel in Nairobi. To qualify for admission at KUSOL law school in Kenya, candidates must satisfy the minimum University entry requirements in Kenya. In addition, the minimum requirements for entry into the Bachelor of Laws programme in Kenyatta University in Kenya is: a mean grade of B in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE), including a minimum of a B plain in English.

Jomo Kenyatta University School of Law in Kenya

The Jomo Kenyatta University law school in Kenya is located at the JKUAT Karen Campus. To be admitted into the Bachelor of Laws in JKUAT school of law Year 1, a Candidate in Kenya must satisfy these academic qualifications in Kenya: Be a holder of a KCSE certificate (or equivalent certificate) with a mean grade of at least a C+ (C Plus) or equivalent qualification among others found at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology School of Law website. http://jkuat.ac.ke/campuses/karen/school-of-law/ 

Mount Kenya University Law Campus in Kenya

The law campus of Mount Kenya University in Kenya is located at the Nairobi city Centre and offers both diploma and undergraduate degrees in Kenya. The minimum requirements for entry to MKU law campus in Kenya include KCSE or equivalent certificate with a minimum of mean grade C+ and grade B (plain) in English.

Strathmore University School of Law in Kenya

The Strathmore University school of law was recently opened in Nairobi and is situated at the Strathmore University Madaraka campus. Applicants for the Law degree in Strathmore University must have: KCSE (or equivalent) with a minimum mean grade of B+ and a minimum of A- in English among others available on the Strathmore University School of Law website http://www.strathmore.edu/sls/admissions.html 

Riara University School of Law in Kenya

The Riara University School of Law in Nairobi was opened earlier on this year on Mbagathi Road and Applicants for the Bachelor of Laws degree in Kenya must have scored a mean grade of B- and above in KCSE or its equivalent, with a B plain in English To be a part of Riara Law School programme in Kenya, a person must Participate in an oral interview to be selected and should be a person with good leadership skills and qualities.

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