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About Law Course in Singapore

You probably have heard of too many myths about the Law course in Singapore, the many readings (some law students claim that they have more readings than literature students), the confusing assignments, and the lessons that will force you to sharpen your critical thinking skills. These ideas might overwhelm you and make you back out of your dream to become a lawyer in the future. We hope they don’t, because no matter how hard and difficult the road to studying law course is, the end goal is worth it.

 

Law course is among the most prestigious courses one can take in Singapore. Many people regard law graduates as competitive, highly intelligent, and dependable. Aside from that, a lot of opportunities await a graduate of law.

 

Different Specialisations of Law Course

Should you be interested in taking a law course, you’ll have to be familiar with the different specialisations it offers. Below are the fields you may consider:

  • International Law
  • Civil Rights Law
  • Corporate Law
  • Maritime Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Entertainment Law
  • Family Law
  • Criminal Law

There are even more sub-fields beyond the fields listed above. This entails that you will have endless options to choose from when you started studying law. You might find yourself attracted to a certain field while taking the course but it is good to have a specialisation in mind before you start your learning journey.

 

Bachelor of Laws at Amity

Amity offers a Bachelor of Laws programme for learners who wish to jumpstart their law course study. Our teaching methodology for the Bachelor of Laws course is a learner-centric approach, designed to have an equal opportunity for learners to study through lessons, class discussions and workshops, as well as through immersion by visiting court trials and doing field studies.

 

Master of Law at Amity

The Master of Laws course we offer here at Amity is designed to further the students’ abilities to communicate, think critically, and understand theories and concepts in various disciplines of law. Students taking the Master of Law course are expected to participate in debates and constructive discussions, perform exercises to hone their critical thinking skills and sound judgement, and study modules that can help them understand theoretical concepts of law and their application.

Laws Courses Singapore

The University of Northampton has created a bachelor's or master's degree programme in Law to provide a qualification for students who want to work in the legal industry or in professions where legal experience is useful. For students, it serves as a stand-alone degree.

Is law course not to your liking? We definitely understand. We can’t be all lawyers here. Browse our other academic programmes and programme levels to see which career path you are interested in. Make sure to pick the one that you want to specialise in as this will be an important milestone in your career.

Bachelor Degree

Amity delivers a range of bachelor’s degree options in collaboration with our four university partners to help students in advancing their professional growth.

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Diploma Courses

Amity offers a variety of private diploma courses that are tailored to support students’ long-term goals and enable them to enrol in degrees offered by our university partners.

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Foundation Courses

An Amity foundation course offers students a solid foundation in skill sets and experience for developing a career in their chosen profession.

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English

In Singapore, Amity provides a wide variety of English proficiency programmes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Depending on the academic scheme you wish to pursue a law course in Singapore can take a standard year to finish or might take a little longer. For instance, if you wish to do a part time course, that will take longer.

Taking a foundation course is a prerequisite for being a lawyer in Singapore. In the same sense you will also need to take the specialization course for the law practice you wish to pursue.

Law courses in Singapore may cost $60,000 to $80,000 depending on the school you wish to take the course from. Popular law schools in Singapore may cost you more tuition fee.

First, you must graduate from any foundation course. You also need to have a good academic record and the willingness to study law as you will be required to write an academic essay about that to enter law school.

The bachelor’s degree for law usually takes 4 years to complete while the master’s degree will take 3 years to complete when you have a full time academic scheme.

The best law course highly depends on the preferences of law you wish to practice. As lawyers have specialization, you must choose where to specialized to get the best out of law courses.

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