BACHELOR OF LAW [LL.B.]

 

1. Timeline for 2019 Admission

Application Procedure Intake Semester: April 20, 2019 Intake Semester: August 27, 2019 Intake Semester: November 30, 2019
Application Open January 1, 2019 May 1, 2019 September 1, 2019
Application Close April 10, 2019 August 17, 2019 November 17, 2019
Application Screening and Testing Mid of April 2019 Mid of August 2019 Mid of November 2019
Admission Decision Mid of April 2019 Mid of August 2019 Mid of November 2019
Enrollment and Semester Starts April 20, 2019 August 27, 2019 November 30, 2019

 

Students seeking for admission to a bachelor’s degree program at the Faculty of Law and Public Affairs must hold a lycée baccalaureate, high school diploma or an equivalent diploma from an accredited institution.

2. Required Documents and Process

To apply for a bachelor’s program, applicants must submit all the required documents below to Faculty of Law and Public Affairs:

  • Completed PUC’s registration form (available at Faculty of Law and Public Affairs);
  • Two photos (4 x 6);
  • A copy of lycée baccalaureate or high school diploma, or associate degree certified by the accredited institution;
  • A copy of a national identification card, passport or birth certificate;
  • A passing score on PUC English Placement Test (PEPT)*
  • A receipt showing the payment for the registration fee of USD $2.50

* PEPT will be arranged before enrolling into a bachelor’s program. PEPT test can be waived on one of the following conditions:

  • PUC English Diplomas: within 2 years from the date of receiving the diploma (for IEAP, GESL and EHSS), students can enter a bachelor’s program directly through the Enrollment Office.
  • PSIS High School Certificates: within 2 years from the date of receiving a high school diploma (with a transcript as evidence):
    • If the students have studied for 4 years or more at Paññāsāstra International School (PSIS), starting from grade 7, 8 or 9, they can enter a bachelor’s program directly by filling in the registration form at the Testing Center.
    • If the students have studied for 3 years at Paññāsāstra International School (PSIS), starting from grade 10, they have to take a writing test and/or an interview at the Testing Center. If they have good writing and/or speaking skills, they can enter a bachelor’s program directly by filling in the registration form at the Testing Center.
    • However, for the students who have studied for 2 years or less at Paññāsāstra International School (PSIS), starting from grade 11 or 12, they cannot get a test waiver. They will have to take PEPT test at the Testing Center
  • Standardized Tests (TOEFL, IELTS & TOEIC): within 2 years from the date of receiving the test score, students with the following scores can enter a bachelor’s program directly by filling in the registration form at Testing Center: TOEFL paper-based 500, or TOEFL computer-based 170, or TOEFL internet-based 60, or IELTS 5.5, or TOEIC 620 (TOEIC bridge is NOT accepted)