Students wishing to enroll on the Certificate of Higher education in common Law (CertHe) at Themis School of Law for the Academic Year 2020-21 need to conform to the following in the submission of their admission application.
Application for admission to the CertHE programme of the University of London at Themis School of Law can be filled online on www.themisadmissions.com. Once the Admission Form has been submitted along with the relevant documentation, applicants must successfully pass the CertHE Admission Test to be shortlisted for the interview with the Academic Committee.
In the interest of our applicants’ health and safety, Themis School of Law will be conducting all Admission Interviews virtually. As admission onto the Themis CertHE Programme is extremely competitive, all applicants are encouraged to submit their academic documents at the earliest to ensure they are scheduled for the Admission Test and receive an Admission Interview Slot at the earliest.
Due to the delay in the release of results this year and the impact that this is having upon students' applications and continuing registrations to programmes of study, University of London has extended the application deadlines.
|Application Submission Deadline||Monday, 16th November 2020||(It must be noted that all the relevant documents i.e. Academic Documents, CNIC, Photos and Registration Fee must be submitted by the said deadline.)|
|Orientation for the class of 2023||Saturday, 12th September 2020||-|
|Commencement of Classes - CertHE||Tuesday, 15th September 2020||-|
LLB application submission deadline: 30th November in the year before you intend to sit your first examinations.
Classes at Themis School of Law usually begin in September. Admission to Themis School of Law is highly selective and only a limited number of students are enrolled for each academic year therefore students are advised to apply to Themis School of Law at the earliest and well in advance of the deadline in order to increase their chances of enrolment.
Themis School of Law wishes to remain as available as possible to prospective students. The Admissions Office maintains an open-door policy for prospective students and applicants who would like to speak with an admissions officer during regular office hours.