Applicants who hold a four-year bachelor's (honours) degree from an accepted university with a minimum of 78% will be considered for admission to a master's degree (the requirement will depend on your undergraduate university and the programme you have applied for).
A CGPA of 3.3 or above is considered equivalent to a UK upper second-class degree.
An upper second-class honours degree in law. Applicants who do not have a law degree but have obtained a 2:1 in at least three modules/units related to law or human rights can be considered. Previous or professional experience is not required. Recognised Prior Learning is not currently accepted.