The Academic Registrar Makerere University has announced that the Pre-Entry Examination for admission to the Bachelor of Laws for 2021/2022 will be held on Saturday 30th October, 2021.
According to Alfred Masikye Namoah, the Academic Registrar applicants must possess the minimum admission requirements of the University.
“A Level leavers Must hold an ‘O’ Level Certificate (UCE) or its equivalent with at least 5 Passes plus ‘A’ Level Certificate (UACE) or its equivalent having obtained a minimum of 13 points (Males) and 12 points (for Females) in any ‘A’ Level combination for both Humanities and Sciences. Candidates who did ‘A’ Level before 2013 should have 15 and 14 points for male and female applicant’s respectively,” he said.
He said Diploma Holders must possess at least a Second Class or Credit Diploma from a chartered institution. Certified Copies of Diploma Transcripts (No Provisional Results) from the Awarding Institutions must be attached to the Application Forms.
In tandem, Mature Age Applicants must have passed the Makerere University Mature Age Entry Examination (for Bachelor of Laws) for either 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 Academic Year. Government sponsorship is only for those who sat Mature Age Exams for 2021/2022 Academic Year and applied for it.
He revealed that Degree Holders must be graduates in any Discipline from a Chartered University. Certified Copies of Degree Transcripts
“All applicants wishing to be admitted to the Bachelor of Laws programme offered by Makerere University are required to sit and pass the Pre-Entry Examination of Makerere University,” he said.
Application Forms for those intending to sit the examination are obtainable at the University, Room 505, Senate Building on payment of a Non-refundable Application Fee of Shs 110,000 including six past papers, excluding the Bank charges.