Guide to LLB at NUST – Law Admission Test (LAT) 2020-2021


National University of Science and Technology (NUST) has dispatched 5 years LLB program and its affirmation plan is declared. LLB program will be offered at the School of Social Sciences and Humanities (S3H) at NUST primary grounds Islamabad. The LLB program expects to deliver quality law graduates.  

NUST LLB program covers Corporate Law, International Law, Media Law, Criminology, Social Media/Cyberspace Law, and Civil Law. The last date to enroll for NUST LLB Program is September 05. 

NUST LLB Program Eligibility Criteria 

  • Minimum 60% aggregate marks each in SSC and HSSC or equivalent exams (as per IBCC equivalence). 
  • Valid HEC Law Admission Test (LAT) scores with a minimum of 50% marks (candidates appearing in upcoming HEC LAT can also apply). 
  • Candidates who have registered for NET-Ill, for any Social Sciences/Management program at NUST are also eligible and can exercise their choice (provision is available in the online application form), provided they meet other eligibility requirements. Candidates who appeared in NET-I and NET-II will be able to exercise their choice at the time of change of preferences after the announcement of merit. 
  • For detailed eligibility criteria please visit Eligibility-Criteria.aspx 

NUST LLB Registration Schedule 2020-2021 

NUST LLB Brochure

NUST LLB Brochure

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3 years ago


2 years ago

Sir manay net 3 LLB k liya diya tha lakin mujay us ka roll no
bhol ghiya ha ma apna result ksay check kro

2 years ago
Reply to  Anonymous

For llb we have to give both lat and net??

1 year ago
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2 years ago

For llb do we have to give both net and lat?