Dual Degree Program: Bachelor of Laws (National University of Singapore) / Master of Laws (University of Toronto)
This dual degree program is offered as part of the Master of Laws (LLM)’s coursework-only option, with or without a concentration. Students are not eligible to take the thesis option.
Students complete three years of a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from the National University of Singapore (NUS), and in Year 4 complete the LLM degree at the University of Toronto. Students complete the LLB and LLM degrees in four years rather than the five years it would take to attain them separately. See the LLM coursework requirements (with or without a concentration) above.
Upon successful completion of the degree requirements of both programs, students receive a Bachelor of Laws degree and a Master of Laws degree.
Bachelor of Laws Program
Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
Master of Laws Program
Faculty of Law, University of Toronto
Initial consideration for admission to the dual degree program will be based on the applicant’s performance during the first three terms of the NUS LLB program.
All offers of admission to the dual degree program will be conditional upon successful completion of all Year 1, 2, and 3 requirements of the LLB program before starting the LLM program.
Minimum Admission Requirements
Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Faculty of Law's additional admission requirements stated below.
Successful completion of the first three years of the NUS LLB program, with the equivalent of a B+ average. Preference will be given to those who maintain this average throughout their legal studies.
Applicants applying to one of the four areas of concentration must substantiate their interest in and suitability for the particular area of concentration in their statement of interest, and their two letters of reference. Applicants may only apply to one of the areas of concentration. Applicants may be admitted into the LLM program without a concentration.
Residence. Students must be in attendance for at least two academic sessions (eight months, September to April).