Top 5 Law Schools across Asia 2020
Not all the best law schools are on the west side. There are so many good universities to choose from in the Asian zone. Being the largest continent on the globe, Asia has a rich…
1. National University of Singapore (NUS)
Faculty of Law at the National University of Singapore is the oldest and largest law school in the country. It was founded in the 1950s and remained the sole institution of teaching law in Singapore for almost half a century. The university offers LL.B, LL.M, Ph.D. law courses, and several double honor degree programs as well. If you prefer to live in a region that is warm all year round and has a lot of elite shopping malls, this is the place to be.
2. The University of Hong Kong
The University of Hong Kong houses the most prestigious Law department in the district. The teaching faculty of the law school is the best of what the university has to offer. Apart from the 4 year LL.B program, you can opt for any of three 5 year double degree programs. The variety of LL.M programs focus on corporate law, intellectual property, I.T, and human rights among other subjects. Hong Kong defines ‘cosmopolitan city’ and is the hub for trading opportunities.
3. The University of Tokyo
The faculty at the University of Tokyo’s Law and Politics department is affiliated with the Ministry of Justice, founded back in 1872. The law school has a top-notch education and research system, producing the most talented attorneys from Japan. International candidates can apply for graduate and postgraduate programs in mid-June or early December. Tokyo is one of the cleanest, safest, and cheapest places to live, which makes it ideal for international students; the variety of exotic foods is a plus.
4. Peking University
Peking University, located in the capital of China (Beijing), is ranked among the top 50 universities around the world. It is the best in China and holds 2nd position among all universities of Asia. It constitutes one of the most competitive and selective law schools, so you may require an impeccable academic record to get in. There’s a lot to do in Beijing apart from basking in the colorful traditions. You can visit the Great Wall of China, try to make sense of the Opera performances, fulfill your lifelong dream of meeting Pandas, indulge in the outlandish nightlife, and explore the Forbidden City.
5. Seoul National University
Seoul National University is not offering undergraduate Law degrees for international students at the moment, but they offer several scholarships for LL.M, Ph.D. and fellowship programs. It is among the top three universities in South Korea and is also known as the most professional graduate school. Seoul is the perfect blend of urbanization, advanced technology, and historical attractions. Some call it the best city in the world for its fascinating airport, fastest internet, and unrealistically beautiful people.
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