This page contains official WAEC and JAMB subject combination (admission requirements) for Private and Islamic Law, including the List of Nigeria Universities Offering this Course, A level requirements and much more.
|Course||Private and Islamic Law|
|Duration||3 – 4 Years|
|Suitability||Art and Commercial Students|
|Cut off mark||180|
|Related courses||Private and Islamic Law|
|Job Availability||Low and Competitive|
On this page, I will guide you on the required O level subject combination to study Private and Islamic Law. if you are a returning visitor, you can skip reading repetitive paragraphs.
You must be a Commercial student or an Art student with a good background in Commercial subjects for you to study Private and Islamic Law in Nigeria Universities, and that’s can only be possible if you meet admission requirements. This page literally covers answers to questions related to O level and A-level admission requirement.
In other words, the WAEC subject combination (requirements), JAMB UTME subject combination (requirements), Direct Entry requirements, Special consideration (waivers) and the required screening documents for admission into Nigeria universities. In other to help you avoid having difficulties with getting admission in Nigeria Universities, we have some student guide articles that will be of benefit to you. You can ignore.
- The required documents for admission into Nigeria universities
- How to gain admission easily into Nigeria Universities
- Nigeria University Guides
- How to study online course and earn a degree
- Study abroad for free through scholarships
WAEC subject combination (requirements) for Private and Islamic Law
You’re expected to have at least 5 credits on the required WAEC subject combination needed to study Private and Islamic Law in Nigeria universities. This subject combination is also applicable to other O’level exams such as NECO AND GCE. The required WAEC subject combination (O level requirement) for Private and Islamic Law must include:
- English Language
- Islamic Studies or Arabic.
- A trade subject
These listed subjects are compulsory for anyone writing WAEC and other O level examinations. I will advise you to include a Language in your O level subjects. For the record, if you are one of those students seeking admission into any universities, college or polytechnics in Lagos State, Yoruba Language is compulsory for Private and Islamic Law. So now that you know the compulsory O level subject requirement to study Private and Islamic Law, let also look at JAMB UTME and Direct requirements.
JAMB UTME subject combination (requirements) for Private and Islamic Law
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) is a body responsible for your admission into the University or other institutions. Now I’m going to show you the compulsory JAMB subjects for Private and Islamic Law that you must register (English must be included because it is compulsory even though it may not be listed among the JAMB subjects below), and I will honestly advise you to aim for a score of 200 and above in JAMB UTME instead of 180 to be on a safe side because anything short of that may deny you of Admission/Post UTME. Of course, if you have a score below 180, you can consider the College of Education or Polytechnic… Read how to answer and pass JAMB once.
Please note– English Language is compulsory. If Mathematics is not listed among the Jamb subject on this post, then Mathematics is not compulsory for this course. JAMB is not the only option to gain admission into Nigerian Universities to study Private and Islamic Law. If you’re having troubles with JAMB UTME, maybe it’s time you pass through IJBM, JUBEB, ND, HND or Predegree!..
- Arabic or Islamic Studies
Have you written WAEC, NECO or GCE? Are you one of those reading this to know if your O level result qualifies you to study this course at the university? If the subject combination mentioned above does not correspond with your O level, we can help you review your result and suggest a suitable degree course for you. Interested? Start here. If you are interested in fully paid scholarships to study abroad click here.
Meanwhile, thanks for reading WAEC and JAMB UTME Subject for Private and Islamic Law. If you think this post can be helpful to somebody else, please share it using the buttons below. You can scroll down to see more articles that will interest you.
Have you written WAEC, NECO or GCE? Are you one of those reading this to know if your O level result qualifies you to study this course at the university? If the subject combination mentioned above does not correspond with your O level, we can help you review your result and suggest a suitable degree course for you. Interested? Start here.
If you are interested in fully paid scholarships to study abroad click here.
Direct Entry requirement (required A-level result) to study Private and Islamic Law
If you’re one of those seeking admission into the University to further your studies, in addition to the required WAEC subjects combination for Private and Islamic Law, you are expected to have Two ‘A’ level passes to include Islamic Studies or Arabic.
I want you to read this
- How to Study Effectively in University and College
- Administrative Structure of Nigerian Universities
- Punishment/Penalties for Examination Malpractice
If you have your O level result already and the subjects you have is not the same with the admission requirement that is the required O level subject combinations to study Private and Islamic Law, don’t give up. You should consider other Private and Islamic Law similar courses or take a look at Polytechnic or College of Education related courses.
You can also study online with a foreign university right from your bedroom or apply for a scholarship to study abroad. Education is now a choice. And please before you make a decision on which University to choose, please read useful guides on how to choose a course and university
This are the list of Universities offering Private and Islamic Law in Nigeria
- University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) (priv)
You should read this also
- Common Problems Students Face in University
- The Pros and Cons of Living Off-Campus or On-Campus
- How to set up a timetable for study
Cut-off Mark for Private and Islamic Law course
The cut-off mark for Private and Islamic Law is 180. You can check these universities JAMB UTME cut off marks here. Private and Islamic Law is a good course and you can also check the top best Art courses. This should not influence you. Follow your heart or seek my counsel.
Private and Islamic Law is how many years course?
In Nigeria, if you gain admission to study Private and Islamic Law degree course at the university through JAMB UTME, you will study Private and Islamic Law for four years. If you gain admission through direct entry, you will study this course for three years. And of course there is room for more years if you have extension; the aftermath of carryover courses.
Private and Islamic Law is under which faculty in Nigeria?
According to JAMB, a body responsible for your admission into the University or other institutions, Private and Islamic Law is under the Faculty of Law but may be under a different faculty in some universities in Nigeria.
Have you read this?
- How to Deal With Problems Related to Your Studies
- How to Request For Missing Result, Scripts or A Remark
- How to Avoid or Overcome Carry over Courses
Can a science or art student study Private and Islamic Law?
Yes! If you are a Science, Commercial or an Art student, you can study Private and Islamic Law at the university provided you have the required subjects combination in your O level result. If you’re still in secondary school, you may find it difficult to change subjects to fit your desired course during WAEC registration because some schools may go against it.
Also, during WAEC or NECO registration make sure you know which subjects are been registered for you because some secondary schools are ignorant about the importance of O level requirements for university courses. Another alternative way to register the required subject combinations for Private and Islamic Law is through GCE.
Now I am confident that you know the compulsory subjects needed to study Private and Islamic Law in WAEC. But note this — Some Universities may accept D7 or E8 in some a compulsory subject instead of Credit. And some may accept or reject two sittings. That is combinations of WAEC, NECO, or GCE results.