KNUST makes Post First Degree LLB 3 years at its Law School


KNUST makes Post First Degree LLB 3 years at its Law School.

Until this year, Post First Degree LLB at KNUST was 4 years. The Bachelor of Laws program has been a 4-year course since its inception in 2003. This was after KNUST established its Faculty of Law, Ghana’s second law school.

KNUST’s Post First Degree LLB was one of the approved 4-year LLB programs offered at the university. However, after nearly two decades of offering the program, the leading university has now revised the course duration.

Thus, KNUST has now reduced the course duration of Post First Degree LLB from 4 years to 3 years. Starting from the 2023/2024 academic year, students who would be doing the course would now spend just 3 years in school.

Therefore, if you are a First Degree holder looking to offer LLB, KNUST’S Law school is now a better alternative worth considering. Admissions for 2023 would now be treated as a 3-year LLB for First Degree holders. It is still open for applications for all prospective applicants.

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