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Master of Laws (Asian Legal Studies)

  • National University of Singapore
  • Adresse : 469G Bukit Timah Road, National University of Singapore, Singapore 259776, Singapore
  • Téléphone : (65) 6516 3630
  • Email administratif : lawgrad@nus.edu.sg
  • Site Internet : Consulter

Admission Requirements

  • A good Bachelor’s degree in Law
  • Minimum TOEFL score: iBT 100. (Candidates with an iBT score of 92-99 may also apply, but may be required to undertake intensive English language training prior to commencing law studies. Other TOEFL and IELTS of minimum 7 will be considered, but we strongly prefer the iBT.)

Admission Requirements

  • A good Bachelor’s degree in Law
  • Minimum TOEFL score: iBT 100. (Candidates with an iBT score of 92-99 may also apply, but may be required to undertake intensive English language training prior to commencing law studies. Other TOEFL and IELTS of minimum 7 will be considered, but we strongly prefer the iBT.)

Programme Structure

The specialization is an innovative one which allows students to study in depth the laws, legal systems, institutions and legal traditions of South, Southeast, and East Asia, as well as affords the opportunity to focus on particular areas of law (e.g. commercial law, constitutional law and international law) as these are treated across the dynamic continent that is Asia. The specialization will enable students to understand not only the law in its wider socio-cultural context, but to appreciate its linkages with regional commerce, trade and politics.

Asian Legal Studies modules offered in AY2013/2014 can be found here. Please also note compulsory modules for this specialization.

Curriculum

The specialization is an innovative one which allows students to study in depth the laws, legal systems, institutions and legal traditions of South, Southeast, and East Asia, as well as affords the opportunity to focus on particular areas of law (e.g. commercial law, constitutional law and international law) as these are treated across the dynamic continent that is Asia. The specialization will enable students to understand not only the law in its wider socio-cultural context, but to appreciate its linkages with regional commerce, trade and politics.

Asian Legal Studies modules offered in AY2013/2014 can be found here. Please also note compulsory modules for this specialization.