University of Mauritius LLB Requirements — The University of Mauritius offers a four-year Bachelor of Laws (LLB) program. The program is designed to prepare students for a career in law, and to instill in them a deep understanding of the law and its role in society.

University of Mauritius LLB Requirements

University of Mauritius LLB Requirements

The undergraduate LLB programme offers an excellent opportunity to gain a legal education with courses
taught in both English and french. It intends to give a thorough grounding in the principles of law viewed
from an academic rather than vocational perspective, with an emphasis on legal techniques and reasoning.
It leads to a bilingual law degree designed to provide excellent foundational legal knowledge to students.
Most undergraduates read law with the intention of practicing but the programme also provides an excellent
education to those who wish to join other professions where an extensive legal background is necessary.

General Entry Requirements

As per General Entry Requirements for admission to the University for Undergraduate Degrees.

Recommended: University of Mauritius Entry Requirements

Programme Requirement

Credit in French at ‘O’ Level or equivalent.

Programme Duration


Normal (Years) Maximum (Years)
4 7

Credits per year:

Minimum 18, Maximum 48 subject to Regulation 4.

Minimum Credits Required for Award of Undergraduate Degree: 99

Breakdown as follows:

Degree Minimum credits for core taught modules Dissertation* Elective modules  Total
4 years 72 6* 21 99
72 27 99

*Either dissertation or 2 additional elective modules to be completed.

The University reserves the right not to offer a given elective module if the critical number of students is
not attained and/or for reasons of resource constraints.

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