National University of Singapore- LL.M & PhD Applications for 2014 Now Open!


NUS Law
Dear Prospective Applicant

The NUS Faculty of Law is Asias Global Law School. Widely regarded as the regions leading law school, we nonetheless see ourselves as part of a global conversation about the study and practice of law. The graduate programme is integral to that vision, bringing lawyers from dozens of countries to Singapore one of the most dynamic and open economies in the world, and the gateway for many multinational corporations to Asia.

We are pleased to announce that applications for our LLM and PhD programmes (July/August 2014 intake) is now open from 1 October 2013 onwards.

The deadline for applications is 1 December 2013 for the regular programmes and 2 January 2014 for the LLM (International Business Law) programme in Singapore and Shanghai. The following programmes are available:

RESEARCH - PhD programme

COURSEWORK - with or without specializations in:

Corporate and Financial Services Law
Intellectual Property and Technology Law
International and Comparative Law
Asian Legal Studies
Maritime Law
International Business Law.

The specialised LLM in International Business Law is taught in both Singapore and Shanghai (admission in July 2014), while the other programmes are offered entirely in Singapore (admission in August 2014).

For further information about our graduate offerings and how to apply, please visit
law.nus.edu.sg/admissions/app_periods_forms.html.

Please feel free to address queries to lawGRADadm@nus.edu.sg .

NUS Faculty of Law
Graduate Studies home page law.nus.edu.sg/grad
Dear Prospective Applicant

The NUS Faculty of Law is Asia’s Global Law School. Widely regarded as the region’s leading law school, we nonetheless see ourselves as part of a global conversation about the study and practice of law. The graduate programme is integral to that vision, bringing lawyers from dozens of countries to Singapore — one of the most dynamic and open economies in the world, and the gateway for many multinational corporations to Asia.

We are pleased to announce that applications for our LLM and PhD programmes (July/August 2014 intake) is now open from 1 October 2013 onwards.

The deadline for applications is 1 December 2013 for the regular programmes and 2 January 2014 for the LLM (International Business Law) programme in Singapore and Shanghai. The following programmes are available:

RESEARCH - PhD programme

COURSEWORK - with or without specializations in:

Corporate and Financial Services Law
Intellectual Property and Technology Law
International and Comparative Law
Asian Legal Studies
Maritime Law
International Business Law.

The specialised LLM in International Business Law is taught in both Singapore and Shanghai (admission in July 2014), while the other programmes are offered entirely in Singapore (admission in August 2014).

For further information about our graduate offerings and how to apply, please visit
law.nus.edu.sg/admissions/app_periods_forms.html.

Please feel free to address queries to lawGRADadm@nus.edu.sg .

NUS Faculty of Law
Graduate Studies home page law.nus.edu.sg/grad
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i have some questions about being granted for the scholarships from NUS. Is there any criteria/qualifications like grades, english proficiency, work experience, etc.

does an applicant have to write the scholarships application attached with the application form?
if my ll.b. grade overall was 3.56 from chulalongkorn university, thailand. Now, i am studying ll.m. at chulalongkorn university and working at public sector. Are these qualifications good enough for being granted the scholarships? i'm really interested in international and comparative law at NUS.

i'm looking forward to seeing your reply and thank you in advance.
i have some questions about being granted for the scholarships from NUS. Is there any criteria/qualifications like grades, english proficiency, work experience, etc.

does an applicant have to write the scholarships application attached with the application form?
if my ll.b. grade overall was 3.56 from chulalongkorn university, thailand. Now, i am studying ll.m. at chulalongkorn university and working at public sector. Are these qualifications good enough for being granted the scholarships? i'm really interested in international and comparative law at NUS.

i'm looking forward to seeing your reply and thank you in advance.
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