Legal profession today requires knowledge and experience far beyond the regular basic contents provided by the baccalaureate curriculum. Particularly for those who are involved with public policies and administration, an in-depth knowledge is critical in order to establish or apply a more just and equitable legal standing or judgment. UIM, through a team of outstanding professors of wide academic and professional experience both locally and internationally, provide an environment whereby students can further explore in-depth into areas relating to the legal and shariah issues and practices.
- Shariah Law
- Human Rights
- Public Laws
- Private Commercial Laws
- Personal Laws
- International Laws
- Customary Laws
- Legal & Shariah Aspects of Finance and Banking
- A Bachelor`s degree in Law or Shariah with a minimum CGPA of 2.75 out of 4.00 or its equivalent qualification as accepted by the HEP Senate; or
- A Bachelor`s degree in Law or Shariah not meeting CGPA of 2.75 but above CGPA 2.50 out of 4.00 or its equivalent qualification may be accepted, subject to the HEP rigorous internal assessment; or
- A Bachelor`s degree in Law or Shariah below a CGPA of 2.50 out of 4.00 or its equivalent qualification may be accepted subject to a minimum of 5 years working experience.
- International students are required to have a score of 600 for TOEFL or 100 for online TOEFL test or a score of 6.0 for IELTS or its equivalent.
- Note: For specialised LL.M, applicants without a Bachelor of Laws can be considered, provided they have a degree and experience in the related field of studies