OOU Subject Combination For Civil Law

Knowing the OOU subject combination for Civil Law will save you from losing your OOU admission and changing of institution or course.

In this guide…

You will see the direct entry, WAEC and JAMB subject combination for Civil Law in OOU as well as other requirements for your admission.


ALSO SEE: Other Courses In OOU and Their Requirements


Take note.

Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) offers Civil Law as one of their courses under Law.

How many years course is Civil Law in OOU?

The number of years it will take you to study Civil Law in OOU depends on your Mode of Entry or how you gained admission.

If you gained admission through Direct Entry, you will study Civil Law in OOU for (5) years.

And if you gained admission through JAMB, you will study Civil Law in OOU for (6) years.

Direct entry requirement for Civil Law in OOU

The direct entry requirement for Civil Law in OOU is as follows.

You require:

  • A degree in Arts or Social Sciences not lower than a second class lower plus the basic UTME requirements.

**Direct Entry candidates must also satisfy the O/level requirements.

O/level subject combination for Civil Law in OOU

You require Five O/level credits to include:

  • English
  • Literature in English
  • And at least a pass in Mathematics.

**’O’ Level credit in Mathematics is not compulsory.

JAMB subject combination for Civil Law in OOU

The (4) JAMB subject combination for Civil Law in OOU is as follows.

** OOU does not insist on Literature in English.

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16 thoughts on “OOU Subject Combination For Civil Law”

  1. I have few questions
    1) can I combine result to study law
    That’s NECO and GCE
    2) is it necessary to make oou first choice
    3) what is the cut off mark for law

  2. I am having 2.2 in linguistics , can I come in for law as a DE applicant?Is OOU conducting post utme/screening exercise for DE applicant?

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