Application Procedures

When to Apply

There is only ONE admission exercise for each academic year. Successful applicants will commence their course of study in August. Those who are selected to attend the intensive English Language course may be required to enrol in July.

Candidates who are in the final year of their undergraduate law studies may apply if they are able to fulfill the academic pre-requisites and join us in good time for the registration in end July. As long as academic results/transcripts available at the point of application are submitted, we can make a provisional offer of admission that is subject to the candidate obtaining the requisite qualifications. The firm offer of admission will be contingent upon presentation of official documents to the Faculty of Law at the time of registration.

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Programme

Online Application Period Physical Document Submission Deadline
PhD

Juris Doctor (JD)

LLM Coursework

Graduate Diploma in Maritime Law & Arbitration
15 September - 15 November 2021 22 November 2021

NOTE: Online applications must be completed and submitted by 11.59pm (Singapore Time, GMT+8) on the day of the online application deadline. 

 

How to Apply

Applications must be made online via NUS Graduate Admission System (GDA2). To facilitate your online application, please download and refer to the Application Guide.

Applications with incomplete or no supporting documents will not be considered.

All supporting documents and application fee submitted are non-returnable/ non-refundable. Unless we specifically request for enclosures/attachments to be submitted via email, such documents will not be opened or saved if received through emails.

Applicants may apply up to two choices of programmes. Please indicate in order of your preference.

Please submit separate sets of supporting documents if you are applying for PhD/IBL/JD and another LLM programme. Download the checklists and MAIL the physical documents to the mailing address as indicated below :

Programme

Application Fee

Mailing of supporting documents

Checklists

PhD

LLM Coursework

Graduate Diploma

S$50
(inclusive of prevailing GST)

Online payment via the NUS Graduate Admission System (GDA2)

Admissions – Graduate Programmes
Faculty of Law
National University of Singapore
Eu Tong Sen Building
469G Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 259776

Telephone: +65 6516 1305

Checklist for PhD/LLM/Diploma programmes

LLM in International Business Law (IBL)

PR Chinese applicants

RMB 500 Yuan

Mobile app payment via WeChat

Note: Application fees paid via GDA2 for the IBL programme are non-refundable.

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华东政法大学国际教育学院招生办公室
上海市长宁区万航渡路1575号21号楼206室
邮编 : 200042

Non-PR Chinese applicants

S$100
(inclusive of prevailing GST)

Online payment via the NUS Graduate Admission System (GDA2)

Admissions - IBL Programme
Faculty of Law
National University of Singapore
Eu Tong Sen Building
469G Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 259776

Telephone: +65 6516 1305

Juris Doctor (JD)

S$100
(inclusive of prevailing GST)

Online payment via the NUS Graduate Admission System (GDA2)

Admissions – JD Programme
Faculty of Law
National University of Singapore
Eu Tong Sen Building
469G Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 259776

Telephone: +65 6516 1305

Checklist for JD programme


Communications
Due to a large number of applicants seeking admission in each application cycle, we regret that we will not be able to attend to enquiries on the status of applications or receipt of documents. If you are concerned about the delivery of your documents, you may wish to consider sending your application via registered mail or courier service.

If clarifications are needed, we will communicate with you primarily using email. It is very important that you provide a valid and correct email address and maintain your email account regularly. We will not be responsible for undeliverable emails and their consequences.

 

 

Application Outcome
Applicants will be informed via email of the outcome by early April.

Applicants who applied to the Juris Doctor programme will be informed via email of the shortlist outcome in December. All shortlisted applicants must undergo an interview and a written test, which will be conducted in January.

Where the applications involve International Business Law (IBL) and other LLM coursework programmes, two offers may be made simultaneously to very strong applicants.
 
Unless granted approval by our University, no candidate may concurrently be a student for more than one degree or register as an NUS candidate and of another university/institute.

Inaccurate or false information or omission of material information or no application fee payment will render your application invalid. The University reserves the right to reject applications that are incomplete or inaccurate. Persons admitted on the basis of inaccurate or false information may be expelled.