Pres­ti­gious law de­gree

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - EDUCATION GUIDE -

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.

The stu­dent union in The uni­ver­sity of sh­effield has been voted No. 1 in the uK eight years in a row.

Amu of­fers stu­dents a deep learn­ing en­vi­ron­ment un­der the guid­ance of a team of ded­i­cated teach­ers.

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