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Studying Law at the University of Liverpool is exciting, I love the quality of education and freedom for independent thought and expression, the diversity of my course and the challenge it brings to not just accept the law but to think of ways in which it can be improved.

Ivy Gardner, Zambia, Web Law LLB

Entry requirements: which qualifications do you need?




Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education (ACSSE), Cambridge Overseas Higher School Certificate (COHSC), East African Advanced Certificate of Education (EAACE), International Baccalaureate Diploma with a minimum of 28 points.

Postgraduate Taught



Bachelor's (Honours) degree from a recognised university in Tanzania but the exact grade requirement will depend upon the grading system used in the student's first degree:

  • A minimum of Upper Second Class
  • A minimum Grade B
  • A minimum GPA of 4 out of 5

Postgraduate Research



Good bachelor's (Honours) degree from a recognised univeristy in Tanzania. Masters degree desirable but not essential.

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English language requirements

To study at the University of Liverpool, you’ll need to demonstrate you can speak English. If you need a visa to study in the UK, evidence of competency in English is required to secure your visa.

English Language Tanzania Certificate of Secondary Education (CSE) Grade C


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