The Master of Laws (LL.M.) Program in Chinese Law
The Master of Laws (LL.M.) Program in Chinese Law is a graduate law program offered by Peking University Law School, focusing on Chinese civil and commercial laws. The language of instruction is English. The study duration of the program is 1-2 years.
Peking University (PKU) is a pre-eminent university in China, well-known for her long history, rich culture, distinguished alumni, enlightened education policies and exciting campus life. Established in 1904, its law school has become a leading institution for legal education and a potent force for legal development in China. PKU Law School is ranked 23rd globally at QS 2019 for law, 4th in Asia.
The LL.M. Program in Chinese Law is to address the needs of the international community in seeking a comprehensive understanding of Chinese law from a first-class legal institution. This program provides intensive instruction in Chinese law. Leading faculty members will offer Chinese law courses specifically designed for international students. The teaching will be comprised of both lectures and small-group seminars.
The program offers students opportunities to visit top law firms and some legal institutions in Beijing, with a hope to avail them with a better comprehension of the Chinese legal system and its cultural underpinnings. The program office also provides assistance to students in seeking internship opportunities at major law firms. Through the program, students can establish a solid foundation for their career development relating to China.
Merit-based scholarships are available (ranging from thousands of RMB to that covering tuition plus stipend): (1) Scholarship for Youth of Excellence Scheme of China (YES-China); (2) Chinese Government Scholarship; (3) Beijing Government Scholarship; (4) PKU Law International Student Scholarship; (5) Hu Yuanxiang Scholarship for LL.M. Program.
Applicants must have: (1) a first degree in law (J.D., LL.B. or the equivalent) from a law school, or (2) a Bachelor’s degree plus substantial law-related working experiences. No more than 30 students will be admitted into this program in the year of 2020.
The application deadline is March 31, 2020.
Contact us at: Mailing Address:
E-mail: email@example.com Office of the LL.M. Program
Tel: (8610) 62751699 Room107, Peking University Law School
Fax: (8610) 62756224 Beijing, 100871
Website: en.law.pku.edu.cn People’s Republic of China
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