LL.M. in Business Law Chulalongkorn University
Qualifications of applicants: Applicants must have earned a bachelor degree of laws (L.L.B. or equivalent degree in law)
English proficiency: Proof of English proficiency (recommended English proficiency minimum score of TOEFL 79 (iBT), CUTEP 80, or IELTS 6.0)
*Applicants with a lower score required and issued a conditional offer; a full offer of admission to the program, but placed under probation must follow the university standards.
- 2 years program
- Reduced coursework (8 courses for 24 credits)
- Second year devoted primarily to the completion of a 12-credits thesis
The thesis track requires 2 years of full-time study. The first year is dedicated to coursework and the second year to focus on the completion of a thesis, from June to July of the following year (24 ½ months). The thesis track also offers an opportunity to do some coursework. After all coursework and thesis is completed, the student will be required to defend their thesis in front of the thesis committee.
To obtain the basic LL.M. degree, students must complete 36 credits, with a grade point average of 3.0—the equivalent of a “B” average. Twenty-four of the credits are to come from coursework (8 different elective courses), consisting of 48 classroom hours each. The remaining 12 credits are earned by the completion of a thesis.
- 1 year full-time study (August to August)
- Coursework (10 courses for 30 credits)
- Independent research paper (6 credits)
- Comprehensive examination
The non-thesis track (basic program) requires one year of full-time study and research, from August to August of the following year (about 12 and a half months). Course study is followed by time for completion of a research paper and public presentation of the student’s research findings.
To obtain the basic LL.M. degree, students must complete 36 credits, with a grade point average of 3.0—the equivalent of a “B” average. Thirty of the credits are to come from coursework (10 different elective courses), consisting of 48 classroom hours each. The remaining 6 credits are earned by the completion of an independent research paper.
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- Securities Regulation
- Advanced Labor Law
- Law of International Commercial Transactions
- Law for Tax Planning
- Transnational Law: Theory and Practice
- Advanced Law on Bankruptcy and Business Rehabilitation
- Advanced Intellectual Property Law
- Law relating to Business Organization and Management
- International Economic Law and Institutions
- Law relating to Corporate Crime
- Business and Investment Law in ASEAN Countries
- Advanced Criminal Law
- Plan A Thesis Expected applicants 10 applicants
- Plan B Non-Thesis Expected applicants 20 applicants