Bachelor Degree in Law (LL.B.)

The Faculty of Law admits prospective students from high-school through the central admission organized by the Office of the Higher Education Commission. The Faculty of Law also admits directly those students who meet the requirements (second chance admission system). More infomation >>>
Plan I A four-year curriculum on a two-semester basis. Plan I is divided into 2 types, Plan I A (Cooperative Education for Lawyer) and Plan I B (Legal Internship). After the completion of the second year, the law students will have the opportunity to choose one of these course plans. Both in Plan I A and B, the law students take similar law subjects; the only difference between the two plans is as follows.

Plan I A
Cooperative Education for Lawyer
Plan I B
Legal Internship
It requires the fourth year students to spend the entire second semester doing a legal internship with firms either government or private. This working plan will be carried out in close collaboration with the students’ faculty supervisor. Plan I A places a great emphasize on extensive legal training. From March to May, the third year students are required to take legal internship either with government or private entities. In the second semester of their fourth year, while the Plan I A students spend a full semester working with firms, the Plan I B students are required to choose available selective subjects to study in the Faculty of Law
Plan II A three-year curriculum, and it is carried out by the Module system. Plan II is open to graduates who wish to study law for a second degree, i.e., the prospective students already obtained one Bachelor degree from any discipline are qualified to enroll into this plan.

Study Program (LL.B)

Master Degree in Law (LL.M.)

The Master Degree in Law curriculum emphasizes the connectivity and interplay between legal studies and other aspects of Thai society, notably, social and economic.

The LL.M. programme is run on a two-semester basis. The teaching period is carried out after official hours in the evenings. This creates a greater opportunity for mid-career students who wish to obtain a LL.M degree.
The LL.M. programme is divided into two Plans: Plan A, Dissertation, and Plan B, Independent Studies.

The Faculty of Law provides many research training courses to help the graduate students produce their dissertations or independent studies. The research training courses include, but it is not limited to, the use reference databases and the establishment of dissertation topic protocol. The Faculty of Law also provides necessary measures to help students complete their dissertation and or independent study within a reasonable period time.

Study Program (LL.M)

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