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4.2.2.2    Specialised Master of Laws (LLM) by Coursework

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The Faculty offers the following specialisations:

  • Master of Laws (Asian Legal Studies)
  • Master of Laws (Corporate & Financial Services Law)
  • Master of Laws (Intellectual Property & Technology Law)
  • Master of Laws (International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution)
  • Master of Laws (International & Comparative Law)
  • Master of Laws (Maritime Law)

Candidates must possess a good LLB Honours Degree from a reputable university. A candidate is required to read a total of 40-44 credits of modules, whereby 24 credits of modules must be from the relevant module grouping. Candidates may opt to do a directed research paper in lieu of 4 credits of modules.

The programmes are conducted on a full-time basis over a period of two semesters, except Master of Laws (Maritime Law) which may be pursued on a part-time basis over four semesters. The programmes are fully by coursework.

The minimum period of candidature for full-time programmes is one year (two semesters) and the maximum is three years (six semesters).

The minimum period of candidature for part-time programmes is two years (four semesters) and the maximum is three years (six semesters).

For more information, please visit: http://www.law.nus.edu.sg/admissions/coursework_deg.html

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