South Asia University Announces Admissions for Master and PhD Studies
South Asia University (SAU) has released information about their Master and PhD admissions for the summer semester of 2019. The entrance tests will be held on April 27th and 28th while the classes will be starting on July 26th.
All interested students will need to apply for the entry test before March 29th through the university’s official website. As an additional novelty, the admission test will be done in online mode this year and possibly the years after if things go well.
Law students who aim to get a master degree in law (LLM) at South Asia University will need to Bachelor’s degree in Law (LLB) and 55% in aggregate grades (or one of its equivalents).
The courses offered by SAU’s Master at Law program are as follows:
- General Principles of International Law
- International Trade Law
- Law of International Organisations
- International Human Rights Law
- International Humanitarian,
- International Criminal Law
- Law of the Sea
- Private International Law
- Intellectual Property Law
- Legal Theory and Jurisprudence
South Asia University is an international university backed by eight different nations which invested to establish the institution. These countries are Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka (The nations of SAARC). The university has students hailing from all of the eight founding nations and its degrees are recognized by all eight nations, as well.
Check out their official website for additional information about its courses and the admission procedure. Keep track of the dates to avoid missing deadlines and/or paying additional fees for breaching said deadlines.