National University of Singapore Bachelor of Laws Programme
NUS Law will expand the pool of shortlisted applicants to be considered for admission to its Bachelor of Laws (LLB) honours programme.
High-performing students across all Singapore Junior Colleges and Millennia Institute keen to study law to be shortlisted in pilot initiative; Smoother pathway for students in other disciplines to pursue law.
This year, more students aspiring to read law at the National University of Singapore will get the opportunity to be considered for a place at the Faculty of Law (NUS Law). The move to cast the net wider, seeking a larger and more diverse pool of prospective students for admission to NUS Law, is part of an ongoing effort to transform legal education.
NUS Law Admissions
In this pilot initiative, NUS Law will expand the pool of shortlisted applicants to be considered for admission to its Bachelor of Laws (LLB) honours programme for Academic Year 2021/2022. Candidates whose achievements put them in the top five per cent of students at any of Singapore’s junior colleges and Millennia Institute, based on their GCE ‘A’ Level results, International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma or equivalent, will be eligible for shortlisting to sit for the written test and interview.
In order to qualify to be shortlisted, applicants will need to place Law as their first choice in their applications to NUS. If shortlisted, they will go through the same rigorous selection process as other candidates. Their performance at the written test and interview, together with academic qualifications and other achievements, will determine their admission to NUS Law.
Source: India Education Diary