LLB Frequently Asked Questions
When should I apply?
UOL LLB has two time periods in a year in which students can enroll, the Dec-April intake and June-Sept intake. The deadlines respectively are 1st of October and 1st of April. However, students are advised to apply as early as possible so as to confirm their registration before the commencement of their classes and to ensure an early delivery of the Study Pack, which is dispatched by the University.
What is the minimum requirement for an admission?
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How long is the process of Registration/Admission with the UOL?
Once you have registered with Business and Law School and provided all the requisite information, BLS will send an application to UOL. Admission normally takes 3 to 4 weeks after the application is received by UOL, provided that complete information has been provided to the University in accordance with the entrance requirements.
What is the immediate payment requirement?
All students must pay University of London's “Application fee” (£97) and the institute's admission and registration fees.
What will happen if I am denied an admission?
The “Application Handling Fee” for the University of London is non-refundable. However, if the University refuses a student’s application, admission fee payments (made to Business and Law School) are refundable. If a student is accepted by the University but decides not to continue with his or her LLB degree, then “Admission Fee” or “Tuition Fee” for the term is not refunded.
Is the degree recognized in Pakistan?
Yes. It is recognized by the HEC, Punjab and other provincial Bar Councils around the country as well as the Pakistan Bar Council. It is also recognised by other legal entities. See Pakistan Bar Council website http://pakistanbarcouncil.org/recognized-universities/
Can I get a licence to practice law in Pakistan after this degree?
Yes, you can.
Where else can I practice law with this degree?
University of London's LLB degree is recognized worldwide as a legal qualifying degree. The structure of this degree is especially suitable for countries with a “common law” legal framework.
How long will it take for me complete my Bar-at-Law or LLM after this degree?
LLM usually takes 9 to 12 months while the Bar takes 9 months to complete. Business and Law School takes pride in sending its top students, on scholarships, for LLM Programs in the UK as well as providing assistance for continuing education in Pakistan.