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Information for students from Malaysia

Safiyya talks about Student Life

Safiyya talks about life on campus, access to world-class facilities and studying for three semesters a year at Bond University.

Bond law degree recognised in East and West Malaysia

The Bond University Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree is one recognised by the admitting authorities in Malaysia for the purpose of being called to the bar.  Bond's LLB degree is designed to equip you for a career in the legal profession, business, industry or government.  The combination of excellent teaching, small classes, international perspective and extensive legal skills program provides an exciting learning experience that both challenges you academically and prepares you practically for a legal career.  Students are required to undertake all 17 compulsory law subjects in the LLB degree and must undertake the law elective subject, Equitable Remedies to satisfy the requirements of the admitting authorities in Malaysia.

To practise law in Malaysia you may need to complete a period of chambering and undertake a bar admission exam.  Students are strongly advised to consult the admitting authorities in Malaysia to ensure that they are aware of the requirements pertaining to their specific circumstances.

The Faculty of Law has been fortunate to host notable Malaysian lawyers and academics.  Our most recent visitor to campus is Dr Mei Pheng Lee.  Delivering these exclusive networking opportunities is just one example of how Bond Law strives to supplement our students' educational experience.

Applying for admission to Bond University

Students may apply online to Bond University or contact one of our reputable education agents in Malaysia.