Bachelor of Law and Sharia at UMMA University

Course NameBachelor of Law and Sharia
Institution UMMA University
TypePrivate University
LocationKajiado County
QualificationBachelor's Degree
Mode of Study Full time

Course Entry/Admission Requirements for Bachelor of Law and Sharia at UMMA University

  • Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) Mean grade of C+


  • A relevant Diploma from a recognized institution

Interested candidates should additionally visit the university website or contact the admissions office for further information on both the university and departmental entry requirements for this course.

Duration of Study

4 years

How to Apply for Admission

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Formal application for admission is made on an Application form.

  • The forms can be downloaded from our website
  • Download the application form;
  • Fill-out the hard copy accordingly:
    • Attach copies of Academic Certificates/Transcripts and
    • A non-refundable, non-creditable application fee of
    • Kshs 1,000.00 for degree and masters and
    • Ksh 500 for Diploma and Certificate respectively.
  • Drop dully-filled application to admission’s office on weekdays or scan the documents and send via email to:

Alternatively, mail by post to the

Admissions Office – Umma University Kajiado main Campus Kajiado. The application fee can be paid by banker's cheque or deposit in the following Umma University bank accounts:

  • Kenya Commercial Bank a/c # 1198158506 Application, Graduation and other Accounts
  • Kenya Commercial Bank a/c # 1198158344-Tuition Fees

Any questions regarding procedures for filling out or turning in forms should be directed to the Admissions Office by e-mail-

Please note that the forms are in PDF format, you therefore need acrobat reader installed in your computer.

  • Application form for Admission
  • Application form for Short-Term Courses Our academic year commences in the first week of September (Full time programmes). Applications should be submitted to the Admissions Office before the 31st August.

Deans Committee sits every month to process applications. The decision of the Admissions Committee is final.

  • For regular programs, we have: January, May and September Intakes.
  • For the evening programmes, we have: January, May and September Intakes.
  • For ODeL programs, we have January, May and September intakes.

Applications for admission should be received at least a month before commencement of the programme.

Note: Credit Transfer cases: Applicants must fulfil the common minimum entry requirements to The Umma University

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** Despite the fact that reasonable effort has been made in order to provide an accurate description of this course, certain details could have been updated by the institution which may impact the accuracy of the information presented here. We advice that you contact the institution directly to confirm admission details.