Best in the country in law
A FIRST Class Honours degree from the University of London’s International Undergraduate Laws Programme is almost impossible to achieve.
Yet, true to its tradition of excellence, ATC student from the Kuala Lumpur campus Tan Chuan Yi achieved that honour this year, and was also ranked No. 2 in the world.
He is the 15th student from ATC to obtain the world- class achievement.
This also makes ATC the only institution in the world to produce this many First Class Honours degrees for the University of London’s International Undergraduate Laws Programme.
A First Class Honours student in this particular degree programme has to study hard and would also have to go the extra mile to ensure that his answers and arguments stand out among the thousands sitting for the same examination.
“ATC provides us with one- on- one sessions with the lecturers, which they call SASSY sessions, which are crucial to our understanding of the subject matter and give us the opportunity to clear any of the doubts with regard to the subject,” said Tan
“I think what helped me the most each year was the revision programme at ATC that is conducted to thoroughly prepare us for the examinations.
“Lecturers would highlight recent developments in law and go through past- year questions so that we are able to perfect our legal arguments.”
This year, ATC has double reason to celebrate – it has also produced the winner of the Malaysian Law Scholarship for 2015.
The scholarship fondly referred to as the King’s Scholarship was awarded to another ATC’s Kuala Lumpur student, Daphne Sit Wei Jing.
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ATc students and lecturers sharing a light moment with the ‘ God of Fortune’ during the chinese New year celebrations last month.