In addition applicants must have:
- a qualification to practise law in the jurisdiction of the student's residence; or
- a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree or a degree of equivalent standing; or
- a Bachelor's degree in a non-law subject with substantial law-related working experience.
As many areas of professional activity are related to law, we welcome applications from applicants who work in the areas of commerce, accountancy, social work, public administration, and similar relevant fields.
Applicants whose undergraduate studies were not conducted and assessed in English are required to take an appropriate English language proficiency test and achieve a sufficient score, such as a score of 570 or above in TOEFL (Paper Based Test), 230 or above in TOEFL (Computer Based Test), 88 or above in TOEFL (Internet-Based Test); Band 6.5 or better in IELTS; or equivalent.