Knowing the FUOYE requirements for Law will save you from losing your FUOYE admission and changing of institution or course.
In this guide,
You will see the latest direct entry, O’Level and JAMB requirements for Law in FUOYE with their cut off mark and correct subject combination for your admission to study Law in FUOYE this year.
This is just the specific requirements for Law in FUOYE. You may also need to SEE THE GENERAL FUOYE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS for all courses.
Does FUOYE offer Law
Federal University, Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE) offers Law as one of their COURSES UNDER LAW
This means that Law is accredited in FUOYE among other schools
- SEE OTHER UNIVERSITIES THAT OFFER LAW IN NIGERIA
How many years course is Law in FUOYE?
The number of years it will take you to study Law in FUOYE depends on your Mode of Entry or how you gained admission.
If you GAIN ADMISSION THROUGH JAMB, you will study Law in FUOYE for (6) years.
But if you gained admission through direct entry without JAMB, you will study Law in FUOYE for (5) years.
Latest FUOYE requirements for Law
Now let’s see the direct entry requirements, correct O’level and JAMB subject combination for Law and the cut off mark for Law in FUOYE.
Direct entry requirement for Law in FUOYE
The direct entry requirement for Law in FUOYE is as follows.
- Two (2) ‘A’ Level passes or NCE in two Arts subjects.
- Diploma in Theatre Arts or Mass Communications.
Direct Entry candidates must also satisfy the O’level requirements.
O’level subject combination for Law in FUOYE
You are required to possess at least CREDIT in these O’level subjects:
- English Language
- Any other two subjects from Government, Economics, History, Geography, Civic Education, Igbo, CRS, IRS, Social Studies, Yoruba, French.
Does FUOYE accept two sittings for Law?
Federal University Oye-Ekiti — FUOYE accepts two sittings for Law.
This means that you can COMBINE TWO O’LEVEL RESULTS FOR ADMISSION to study Law in FUOYE.
JAMB subject combination for Law in FUOYE
The (4) JAMB subject combination for Law in FUOYE is as follows.
- Use of English
- Any other two subjects from Yoruba/Igbo/Hausa, CRS, IRS, History, Civic Education, Government, Geography.
JAMB cut off mark for Law in FUOYE
The current JAMB cut off mark for Law in FUOYE is:
You are required to SCORE HIGH IN YOUR JAMB enough to meet or exceed this cut off mark.
Any JAMB score lower than this cut off mark will NOT be considered for admission to study Law in FUOYE.
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