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The School of Law is primarily targeted at working adults. Fresh school leavers with 'A' Level or diploma certificates are welcome to apply for the Bachelor of Laws programme. The law programmes are full-load programmes with classes conducted via pre-recorded online lectures and face-to-face sessions in the evenings and weekends, but with flexibility to enable various speeds of progression.

Yes. The Tuition Grant Scheme (TGS) is extended to Singapore Citizen (SC) or Singapore Permanent Resident (PR) students enrolled in the Law programmes at SUSS. Students who have not previously received a government subsidy/sponsorship for an undergraduate degree or higher education (local or overseas), from the local autonomous university (NUS/NTU/SMU/SUTD/SIT/SUSS), or from overseas university funded by government scholarship or bursary will be eligible for the Tuition Grant.

For more details, you may wish to refer here.

Further Information For further enquiries pertaining to MOE Tuition Grant, please refer to MOE TGonline website https://tgonline.moe.gov.sg. Alternatively, you may email to MOE_tgonline@moe.gov.sg or call +65 6872 2220.

All applications are to be made via the online application portal. Each application must be accompanied by a non-refundable application fee of $20.00 (inclusive of GST) for an e-application (payable online only).

To begin, please view the e-application guide. Next, submit your e-application.

Graduates of the School of Law will be eligible for admission to the Singapore Bar if

  • they achieve at least a CGPA of 3.5 (equivalent to a lower-second honours),
  • take the preparation course and pass Part B of the Bar examination, and
  • complete six months of Practice Training. This is no different from the graduates of NUS or SMU.

The Law National Aptitude Test (LNAT) is a registered trademark of LNAT Consortium Limited. This is a test of aptitude not of knowledge. LNAT was developed by a consortium of UK universities as a fair way to assess a candidate's potential to study law at undergraduate level, regardless of their education or personal background. The LNAT is designed to be a test of aptitude rather than educational achievement. The skills that candidates need to do well in the LNAT are also the skills that they need to do well in legal education.

This is only applicable to applicants who are applying to Bachelor of Laws (LLB) or Juris Doctor (JD) Programme. All applicants must register and take the test before 15 July 2024*.

All applicants are advised to go to the website www.lnat.ac.uk to find out more about the LNAT. Information on how to register, pay and take the test is also available on the LNAT website.

* Please note that the number of available test slots are limited. As such, the applicants are strongly encouraged to register for their test as early as possible.​

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