Applicant may certify his/her documents before a notary public (e.g. Commissioner for Oaths at Public Enquiry Service Centres of Home Affairs Office, Hong Kong SAR Government), or by the appropriate office/department of his/her institution.
The Admissions Committee appreciates your interest in the programme. However, in the interest of maintaining impartiality in the review process, the Admissions Committee decided not to have individual meetings with potential applicants. However, applicants are encouraged to submit any questions they may have to email@example.com. The Admissions Committee endeavours to answer them promptly.
No. The Admissions Committee will take a holistic view of the application, taking into account the applicant’s full tertiary educational record. Therefore, results from every degree will be considered.
The writing sample is generally required of all applicants. If an applicant is unable to furnish a writing sample submitted as part of his/her tertiary education, perhaps because the applicant obtained his/her last degree years ago, the applicant should consider submitting written work produced at work. If that proves difficult, the applicant may seek an … Read more
The Admissions Committee expects at least one academic reference from each applicant. However, under exceptional circumstances, such as that described above, the Admissions Committee appreciates that it may be impossible for an applicant to submit an informed academic reference. Under those circumstances, professional references would suffice.
No. The reference form was designed with the express purpose of providing the Admissions Committee the information which it needs to evaluate an applicant. Therefore, applicants are required to ask their referees to fill out the reference forms.
The best way for an applicant to convince the Admissions Committee that his/her A-Level or DSE English result does not fully reflect his/her current English ability would be to take either IELTS or TOEFL and submit the result to the Admission Committee. The applicant should also expend extra effort on the personal statement and the … Read more
Yes. Any information that will allow the Admissions Committee to arrive at an informed decision would be appreciated. Additional information about an applicant’s English abilities would be particularly helpful if the applicant’s undergraduate subject did not require extensive use of English. In such case, the requirement that the test be taken within two years prior … Read more
No. However, the more years of education an applicant has completed in English, the more confident the Admissions Committee will be of his/her English abilities. Therefore, if the applicant wishes to provide further evidence of his/her English abilities, the applicant may consider taking either IELTS or TOEFL.
The eligibility rule is that the applicant must not have completed a full law degree, such as an LLB or the equivalent, from a common law jurisdiction. Applicants who have undertaken some legal study previously are eligible to apply.