JAMB Subject Combination for Law


Law JAMB combination » Admission requirements to study Law in any accredited Nigerian university.

The Bachelor’s Degree in Law is competitive. Knowing the prerequisites will enable you have seamless registration and also avoid unnecessary mistakes.


This page provides the following:

  • Law O’Level Subjects and Requirements;
  • Law Direct Entry Subject and Requirements;
  • Law UTME Subjects Combination;
  • And other useful information that will enable you to make the right choices so that you gain admission to study Law.

Please read the Law programme admission requirements below carefully. If you meet the required prerequisites you may proceed with your UTME/Direct Entry registration.


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PLEASE NOTE: There are variations to the requirements listed below in some universities. In that case, it’s advisable you make references to the PDF version of JAMB Brochure.

List of Universities Offering Law

UTME and Direct Entry Requirements to Study Law

Direct Entry Requirement for Law:

  • (i) Two (2) A Level passes in Arts or Social Science subjects.
  • (ii) NCE/ND/First Degree (Second Class Lower).

UTME Requirement for Law:

  • Five (5) O Level credit passes to include English Language, Literature in English and Mathematics

UTME Subject combination for Law:

  • Any three (3) Arts or Social Science subjects.

NOTE: Kindly make references to JAMB Brochure for remarks/waiver for Law. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS JAMB BROCHURE.


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