Master of Laws

Master of Laws

  • China
  • Responsable(s) de la formation : Lori Reynolds
    Contact administratif +86 755 2603 1484
    Contact administratif : Lori Reynolds
    Adresse : Shenzhen
    Site Internet : Consulter
    Email : lori@stl.pku.edu.cn

    Admission 2015-2016


    Deadline: April 15, 2015

    Application fee: 800 RMB
    Please note that the application fee is waived for the inaugural LL.M. class that begins in August, 2015.

    Admission requirements:

    Applicants ordinarily should have a first degree in law (e.g., J.D., J.M., or LL.B.) or otherwise be licensed to practice law in their home jurisdiction. We also accept applications from students currently enrolled in a first degree program in law who wish to earn credits toward STL’s LL.M. degree simultaneously. For example, U.S. law students are eligible to transfer a certain number of credits earned abroad toward their J.D. degrees; credits earned in STL’s LL.M. program accordingly might be eligible to apply simultaneously toward both the U.S. J.D. and STL’s LL.M..


    Applicants whose first language is not English or who did not have a postsecondary education entirely conducted in the English language must must provide evidence of English proficiency.The Program requires a minimum score of 92 in TOEFL IBT, or 6.5 in IELTS with 7.0 in IELTS writing.

    Application

    Application Procedures:


    • Please apply by submitting your complete application via email by April 15, 2015. Email your application materials to the following address: LLM@stl.pku.edu.cn.
    • After electronically submitting your application, please print out the completed form and send it by mail to our campus along with the supporting documents listed below.

    Application Checklist:

    • Peking University School of Transnational Law Application Form.
    • Personal statement: Submit a personal statement explaining the reasons you are pursuing an LL.M. degree and how the degree will help you advance your plans and goals. (700 to 1000 words)
    • Academic Records: Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions, and official degree certificates (original or notarized documents with English translations if documents are not in English).
    • Resume or Curriculum Vitae
    • Letters of Recommendation: At least two signed letters of recommendation from professors, employers, or others familiar with your academic and professional qualifications. (original)
    • Proof of English Competency: One photocopy of results of TOEFL or IELTS examination (unless you are a native English speaker or you have a degree from a postsecondary institution entirely conducted in the English language).
    • Copy of passport, or identification card.