A University is a place of getting an education and understanding many other things in life. So, these are the top 10 Law Universities in Asia according to the latest university ranking. Welcome to another tutorial in which you will know about the top 10 Law Universities in Asia also their short history and the fee structure for a Law Degree. Have a little more knowledge about Law Universities rankings.
The university’s rankings are based on a methodology that assesses their performance using various things, also factors such as the number of staff with Ph.D., and each university’s students of local and international levels. This indicates the best performance of a university’s reputation.
So let’s have a look at these top 10 law universities in Asia.
10. University of Tokyo, Japan
The University of Tokyo was established in 1877 by merging 4 different faculties into one university. Currently, the University of Tokyo is covering 10 Faculties, 15 Graduate Schools, and 11 affiliated research institutes. The 3 Nobel Prize winners (Professor Takaaki Kajita in Physics, Emeritus Masatoshi Koshiba in Physics, and Professor Yoshinori Ohsumi in Physiology and Medicine) are from this university.
As an International Student to Get Admission to this University, you have to get a 7 Band Score in IELTS. The Annual fee of this University is about five hundred thousand (535, 800) which is equal to forty-nine hundred US Dollars (4901) and about seven hundred thousand Pakistani Rupees (745,084).
09. The University of Lahore, Pakistan
The University of Lahore is a private university located in Lahore, Pakistan. It was established at the college level back in 1999 under the IBADAT Educational Trust of Pakistan and was granted full Law degree awarding status back in 2002. It is one of the largest private universities in Pakistan.
The Total Fee of this University for a Law Degree is about Nine hundred thousand Pakistani Rupees (988,700) which is equal to sixty-seven hundred US Dollars (6,753).
08. University of Hong Kong
The University of Hong Kong was founded in 1910 by Sir Frederick Lugard the then Governor of Hong Kong. The Renowned Dr. Sun Yet-Sen was the early alumni of this prestigious university. This University is considered the largest university in Hong Kong. And you need a 7 band score in IELTS to get admission as International Student.
The Fee for a Law Degree at this University is about One Hundred sixty-one thousand Hong Kong Dollars (161,000) about Twenty Thousand US Dollars (20, 530), and about three million Pakistani Rupees (300,6687) per year.
07. Kyushu University, Japan
Kyushu University is a Japanese national university located in the town of Fukuoka, on the island of Kyushu. It was founded in (1903) the first decade of the 20th century. Kyushu University is the 4th oldest University in Japan and one of the earlier Imperial Universities in Japan. That is why it is considered one of the most prominent research-oriented Universities in Japan. Kyushu University was the first Japanese university in Japan to offer an LL.M degree back in 1994, which is taught entirely in the English Language.
For getting admission as an international student, you have to get a minimum 7-band score in IELTS. The Annual fee for a Law Degree at this University is about Eight hundred and fifty thousand (850,000) Japanese yen which is equal to Seventy Eight Hundred (7834) US dollars and about One Million Pakistani Rupees (11, 47,110).
06. Amity University, India
Amity University is a private research university located in Uttar Pradesh, India. It was founded in 2005. Currently, it is considered the top-ranked university in many fields of study in India. This university offered Law degrees in many fields.
The Fee for an LL.M degree in this university is about One Hundred Eighty Thousand Indian Rupee (180,000) which is equal to Twenty five hundred (2595) US Dollars and about three hundred thousand Pakistani Rupees (379, 982).
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05. Indian Law Institute, India
Indian Law Institute (ILI) was established back in 1956, primarily with the objective of promoting and conducting legal research in the country. The Indian Law Institute has been granted University Status back in 2004.
The Fee for a Law Degree at this University is about Ninety-Two Thousands Indian Rupees (92,000) which is equal to Thirteen Hundred (1326) US Dollars and About One Hundred Ninety-Four thousand (194, 172) Pakistani Rupees per year.
04. University of Malaysia
The University of Malaysia was founded in 1972, the faculty offers a Bachelor of Laws program at the undergraduate level (LLB). The LLB program represents a combination of the academic and professional disciplines which make the holder of the degree an advocate, or solicitor of the High Court right after the end of his 9-month internship program.
International students can get admission after securing a 6-band score in IELTS and the annual fee for an LL.M degree is about Twenty Thousands Malaysian Ringgits (20,849) which is equal to Five Thousand (5019) US Dollars and about Seven Hundred thirty-four thousand (734, 844) Pakistani Rupees.
03. University of Mumbai, India
The University of Mumbai is a public-sector University in India. The Department of Law was established in November 1959 for the purpose of imparting LL.M degree courses, Post-graduate legal education, and encouraging legal research among the early students of a newly created country, India. This university was among the earliest universities founded in the Sub-continent by the British government.
The Fee of for a Law Degree is about Thirty-One Thousand Indian Rupees (31,000) which is about Four Hundred (446) US Dollars and about Sixty-Five thousand Pakistani Rupees (65,402) Per Year.
02. China-EU School of Law
The China-EU School of Law at the China University of Political Science and Law is an international law school basically located in Beijing, China. It was established in 2008 on the basis of an agreement between the communities of Europe and the government of China. It is the only Sino-foreign law school recognized in China. This University also offers a Law Degree in the English language and as an International Student, you have to get 7 bands to score in IELTS to get admission.
The total fee of this university is about Eighty-Seven Thousand Chinese Yuan (87,000) which is equal to Twelve Thousand (12, 590) US Dollars and nearly One Point Eight Million Pakistani Rupees per Year (18, 43447).
01. National University, Singapore
The National University of Singapore (NUS) is the first autonomous research university in the country of Singapore. It is a wide-ranging research university, contributing a wide range of disciplines, including Law, Natural Science, Chemistry, Medicine, Dentistry, and many more at different levels. Established in 1905 as the King Edward VII College of Medicine, and got university status back in the year 1980. It is the older higher education institution in Singapore.
It accepts the 7 Bands score on the IELTS test for admission as international students. Let’s talk about the fee for an LL.M degree then it is thirty-five thousand Singapore Dollars (35,250) which is equal to Twenty Five Thousand (25, 781) US Dollars and about three point seven million (37, 74,720) Pakistani Rupees per year.
So that’s it. These are the top 10 Law Universities in Asia in 2019.
Now if you have any questions regarding legal education abroad especially studying in these universities then you are free to ask any question in the comment section below.