Are you dreaming of becoming a lawyer or someone who works in the line of law? Earn a bachelor of law (LLB) at any of these six most recommended law schools in Malaysia:
PUBLIC LAW SCHOOLS
- University of Malaya (UM)
UM is the number one education institution in the country, and its Faculty of Law currently offers law courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Admission is stringent and competitive, so you need to prepare the way in advance.
- Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM)
UUM’s School of Law currently offers a few law courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. For its masters programme, you can choose to enrol in the coursework-based programme or research-based programme.
- Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)
The National University of Malaysia or UKM’s Faculty of Law offers law courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, with the most popular course being LLB. UKM’s LLB programme includes interesting optional courses which you can take, like Nuclear Law, Law of the Sea, Intellectual Property Law, and many others.
PRIVATE LAW SCHOOLS
- Taylor’s University
Taylor currently offers a few law courses on undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Their curriculum emphasises
on learning the Malaysian and English Law, with compulsory hands-on training or internship integrated into the curriculum.
- SEGi College
SEGi offers Diploma in Law and LLB at some of its campuses in Malaysia. There are currently ten types of scholarships on offer and six types of financial assistance available for you to continue your studies, which you can choose based on your grades or qualifications.
- Brickfields Asia College (BAC)
BAC is one of the top choices for those who prefer going to a private education institution. For law courses, they currently offer A-Level (Arts) in Law, LLB via UK Transfer Degree Programme, and Certificate in Legal Practice. If you choose to study law at BAC, you get the advantage of graduating before your peers, as BAC offers the fastest track to a degree.
Choose your education institution carefully, and see whether it offers scholarships or education loans that enable you to continue your study conveniently. You also need to consider things like its location, tuition fees, and partnerships with established organisations.