• The program in Law at HRPC School of law (HSoL) is developed with the vision to bring students from all walks of life and academic background at one single level of learning and training.
  • Foundation in Law is the key for a strong career in law therefore, HSoL is offering the Level 4 Extended Diploma in Law as the first step towards earning the LLB (Hons.) degree form the University of London. Students will complete 4 mandatory units worth 30 credits each to achieve the ATHE Level 4 Extended Diploma in Law.
  • The ATHE Level 4 Diploma in Law is a 120 credits and is is equivalent to the first year of a UK degree program. It is designed for learners who have their intermediate and equivalent academic qualification and wish to study a law degree.
  • Duration: 4-5 months
  • Assessment based program (No exams) only Assignments

Method of learning

  • In Class learning
  • Assessment hours
  • Supervised Assignment training

Study Units

  • Contract Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Legal Systems and Methods
  • Public Law

Eligibility criteria

  • Age: 18 years and above
  • Intermediate or equivalent
  • Law Admission Test (LAT) not required
  • Marks 40% and above

Documents Requirement

  • A copy of all academic certificates
  • Original academic certificates (bring along to the campus)

Admission process

  • Application for admission
  • Submission of required documents
  • Interview (at the campus, make an appointment at 0301-1041111)
  • Decision (offer letter)
  • Acceptance of offer and payment of required fee (Link to fee page)
  • Letter of enrolment

Fee Structure

Total Fee: 500,000/- PKR

(£550/- ATHE-UK fee and 350,000/- HSoL Fee)

Please note that fees may vary based on the current market pound rate.

HRPC School of Law

Scholarships Available

HSoL is the first academic Law School established with a law firm with the mission towards Excellence in Law, the Sanctity of Justice, Humanity and our Oath. The unique strength of HSoL is to shape together Law and legal education with a professional approach among the students.