Friday, August 18, 2017

LLB DEGREE

Dakhall Institute



University of London LLB degree is an internationally recognised standard of excellence, highly respected for 150 years and recognised by the legal professions as a Qualifying Law Degree if you follow the criteria as outlined in the Regulations.  The University of London received Royal assent to award degrees in 1836. Then, in 1858, it received Parliamentary approval to
make its degrees available for students studying away from the colleges of the University. From an early period, Law degrees have been at the heart of the University.

Course Duration:One can take a minimum of two years to complete the LLB degree programme depending on the scheme into which one is admitted. After this the holder can pursue a one year course at Ghana Law School or they have the option to study in the UK. If students do not already have a minimum of a second class undergraduate degree they will need to study for at least three years. BSc courses takes three years.We normally hold orientation for freshers before commencement of lectures. Click on the PHOTOS button to check some of the orientations we have held previously. We will be glad to meet you this semester.

Lecture Time: Lectures are held on weekends (Saturdays and Sundays), Evenings and Full time. our bi-weekly lectures are designed to suit the working class. University of London International Programmes exam take place in May/June each year.

Fees: For details of our fees , contact us at our office or we can send it to you in your mail at your request. Those who want apply for LLB sponsorship/scholarship must go to www.fospagh.org

Requirements for the LLB: Degree/HND/Diploma/GCE A' & O'levels/WASSCE/CiLEX

Exam Centre: WAEC centres-Kumasi/Accra/Tamale

LLB certificate: The LLB certificate is issued by the University of London

Study Options: An applicant can choose to let us register him/her without attending lectures at dakhall. Those who want to have local tuition with dakhall must follow the closing dates below. Read more from the notice board.

CLOSING DATES FOR EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

January Batch

Selling of admission form/Registration .................................... 20th Sept

Local admission letters........................................................... 30th Sept

Submission of forms/Payment of Local fees...............................31st Oct

Orientation for freshers ........................................................... 15th Dec

Lecture begins in..................................................................  January

September Batch

Selling of admission form/Registration...................................  20th April

Local admission letters.......................................................... 30th April

Submission of forms/Payment of Local fees............................ 31st May

Orientation for freshers......................................................... 5th July

Lecture begins in.................................................................. August

Lecturers
Meet our seasoned, British trained Law lecturers and resource persons from Accra and Kumasi