Prestigious law degree
MALAYSIAN students choosing to pursue a Bachelor of Laws ( LLB) at the University of Sheffield are in good company.
Chief Justice of Malaysia Tun Arifin Zakaria graduated with a law degree from the said university and is an active alumnus. He returns on occasions to meet, inspire and encourage current Malaysian law students in Sheffield.
Sheffield’s LLB Law provides a pathway to the legal profession and is approved by the Legal Profession Qualifying Board Malaysia.
About 95% of Sheffield’s law graduates go straight into employment or further their studies upon graduating.
The law graduates can also pursue a range of other careers, including government advisory bodies or commercial companies with in- house legal departments.
Subject to visa requirements and completion of a further training course, it is also possible for the students to practise law in England.
The University of Sheffield is located in the beautiful and historic Bartolome House in Sheffield, a lively modern city in the north of England, close to the countryside.
A law school under the prestigious Russell Group Universities, it ranks top 10 in the United Kingdom for its research quality.
The Faculty of Law also offers several scholarships scheme for Malaysians, ranging from a reduction of £ 2,000 ( RM10,604) up to 50% reduction in tuition fee for high achievers. The University of Sheffield has a close, long- standing relationship with Malaysia, with an office in Kuala Lumpur.
For advice on applications and all aspects of living in Sheffield, e- mail seao@ sheffield. ac. uk or call 03- 2710 5395.
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