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 or international equivalent in Law.
For applicants who are currently completing a degree, we understand that their final grade may be higher than the interim grades or module/unit grades they achieve during their studies.
We will consider applicants whose interim grades are currently slightly lower than the programme's entry requirements. We may make these applicants an aspirational offer. This offer would be at the standard level, so the applicant would need to achieve the standard entry requirements by the end of their degree.
We will consider applicants whose grades are slightly lower than the programme's entry requirements, if they have a relevant postgraduate qualification.If this is the case, applicants should include their CV (curriculum vitae / résumé) when they apply, showing details of their relevant qualifications.