The University of Reading, which is known for producing law graduates who are well-rounded and highly-adaptable, is now offering its Bachelor of Laws programme at its international branch campus in Malaysia, the first and only foreign international branch campus in Malaysia to offer a law degree. The degree is exactly the same that awarded on the UK campus, following the same curriculum and quality standards.
The Reading LLB offered in the UK is recognised by the Legal Professional Qualifying Board (LPQB) in Malaysia for the Certificate in Legal Practice Examination (CLPE).
As a newly-launched programme, the LLB degree offered at the Malaysia campus is subject to full accreditation by Malaysian Qualifications Agency’s (MQA) and Legal Profession Qualifying Board.
The law degree offered shall contain a minimum of 12 substantive law subjects which includes the 6 core-subjects. The first and second years of the programme provide the foundation of legal knowledge and are determined by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). In the final year, students can focus on their interests and select from a range of elective modules.
The Reading LLB provides the perfect balance of academic learning and practical experience. One key aspect of the high-quality learning experience is the applied, problem-solving approach to learning in which students are presented with authentic cases to examine and discuss. Students develop a wide range of soft skills such as presentation, argumentation, negotiations and dispute resolution.
Law students at the University of Reading Malaysia benefit from a modern, state-of-the-art campus with a moot court and legal clinic. Students also have access to the spacious and well-equipped Learning Resource Centre (LRC).
Class sizes on the programme are kept small to maintain a high-quality and personalised learning experience. As a consequence, students benefit from the closer relationships they are able to develop with their lecturers and classmates.
The Reading LLB enables graduates to rise quickly whatever their chosen career. A key benefit of studying the Reading LLB are the diverse career avenues on offer which include but are not limited to:
• Legal profession
• Private sector, as a corporate lawyer or legal counsel.
• Arbitration and mediation
• Public sector and NGOs
Students will have an opportunity to attend a Summer School on Law at Reading’s UK campus between Years 2 and 3. Students will experience the historic Foxhill House, home to the School of Law, on the University’s sprawling 130-hectare Whiteknights campus in Reading UK.
Entry Requirement 入学要求
International Foundation Programme:
SPM, IGCSE and equivalent holders can enrol onto the Foundation in Business as a pathway to this programme.
STPM / A Levels: BBB or equivalent qualification
UEC qualifications: A maximum of 14 points from any 5 academic subjects, with A2 in UEC English or equivalent. (Please note that only grades A1 to B6 are included in the calculation.)
English Language Requirement:
Grade B or higher at SPM English 1119/IGCSE English or IELTS: Band 6.5 with no component below 5.5 or equivalent.
The University English programme is specifically designed to help SPM, IGCSE, UEC and other students prepare for academic studies at university so that they can reach their full potential.
School Of Academic/ Faculty 主修学院
School of Law
Total Estimated Fee 预计费用总额
20% OFF YEAR 1 UG TUITION FEE: A Levels AAB / STPM AAB / IB 35 Points / CPU 85% / ATAR 92 / UEC 6A / Malaysian Matriculation CGPA 3.5 or equivalent qualifications.
25% OFF YEAR 1 UG TUITION FEE: UEC 7A / Malaysian Matriculation CGPA 3.75 or equivalent qualifications.
30% OFF YEAR 1 UG TUITION FEE: A Levels AAA / STPM AAA / IB 37 Points / CPU 90% / ATAR 95 / UEC 8A / Malaysian Matriculation CGPA 4.0 or equivalent qualifications.
Careers Prospects 发展领域
Our graduates typically enter graduate-level careers or go on to further study, including vocational study for the Certificate of Legal Practice Course (Malaysia) or the Bar Professional Training Course UK.
They take their professional exams to work as an Advocate and Solicitor or become a corporate lawyer. Alternatively, graduates have entered academia or use their legal education to develop a career either in business or government.
Alternative Career in Law
• Corporate Counsel
• In-house Advisors
• Forensic / Criminal Investigator
• Judicial & Legal Services
• Corporate Secretary
• Journalist / Legal Writer / Editor