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Master of Laws in Corporate and Financial Law | Taught Postgraduate Admissions | The University of Hong Kong

Abbreviation FT / PT

Hong Kong is today one of the world's leading financial centres, and its vibrant economy and world-class regulatory regimes offer outstanding opportunities for study, rarely matched elsewhere. This programme combines expertise in the area of corporate and financial law and provides a comprehensive study of the law and problems encountered in a sophisticated commercial and financial community.

Full Time (one year)
Part Time (two years)

Applicants must comply with the General Regulations and fulfil at least one of requirements (1) to (3) below AND requirement (4)

(1) hold a degree of Bachelor of Laws with at least second class honours or an equivalent qualification accepted by the University for this purpose; or

(2) hold a degree in a discipline other than law with at least second class honours accepted by the University for this purpose and have at least two years relevant experience and

professional qualifications; or

(3) have obtained either the Common Professional Examination of England and Wales or the Common Professional Examination Certificate of this University, provided that in either case a second class honours degree or a qualification of equivalent standard of this University or another comparable institution accepted for this purpose has also been obtained.

(4) for a candidate who is seeking admission on the basis of a qualification from a university or comparable institution outside Hong Kong of which the language of teaching and/or examination is not English, shall satisfy the Faculty English language requirement with one of the following recognized English tests:

(i) Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): A score of 593 or above (paper-based test) or 97 or above (internet-based test)

(ii) International English Language Testing System (IELTS): An overall band score of 7 or above with no subtest below 6.5

The test score report is valid for two years for admissions purpose.

Professor Douglas Arner

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