- Applicants should have received their undergraduate degree in Law or Economics, although students from other disciplines may also be accepted if they can demonstrate a good command of legal issues or equivalent professional experience.
- Applicants whose native language is not English are required to take one of the following exams: TOEIC,TOEFL (University Code 4492 - suggested score: 100), IELTS or the Cambridge Proficiency Exam. Those whose native language is not English but whose undergraduate degree was fully taught in English are exempted from this requirement.
- Students can apply before receiving their undergraduate degree (during their last year), being granted a conditional admission.
Required documents to apply for admission:
- Passport-size photo
- Copy of your passport
- Copy of your undergraduate university degree
- Copy of your postgraduate degrees (if any)
- Copy of your academic transcript (indicating subjects taken and grades obtained).
- Two reference letters. These letters should be submitted by the referees either by post, in sealed envelopes signed, or by email at [email protected] indicating in the subject section “Reference Letter-Applicant’s Name”. (IELPO Reference Letter Template)
- If you’re applying for a IELPO Scholarship, you should also send a copy of your income-tax return or that of the person you’re dependent on. Remember that IELPO Scholarship does not cover accommodation expenses, therefore IELPO recommends you to ask for financial aid to other institutions.
More information here.