Master of Laws’s Admission Criteria
1. Proof of Identity
You must submit one of your identification documents as below:
2. Proof of College/University Graduation
You must submit your college or university degree and your college/university transcript with an overall GPA of 3.00 or above from undergraduate studies at accredited universities.
3. Other Required Documents
You must submit your updated CV/resume that exemplifies your professional background and working experience of at least two years or currently working and a one-page personal statement in English, addressing your interest in AUPP, the program you would like to pursue, and your professional experience and career goals.
4. Proof of English Proficiency
All applicants must take the English Placement Test (EPT) or provide documentation showing English proficiency. Applicants whose English may be below the required level to enter a Master program will be placed into an AUPP’s Graduate English Preparatory Program to ensure they best prepared for master-level courses.
- Proof of English level proficiency via one of the following:
- iBT TOEFL score of at least 79, earned within two years of application date.
- IELTS overall band score of a 6.5 (with no individual skill band below 6.5), earned within two years of application date.
If your EPT is waived: Submit an Elevator Pitch Video
An Elevator Pitch Video takes on the format of an elevator pitch, a brief introduction to an idea, project, or product; in this case, it would be a brief introduction of you!
Per our admission requirements, if your English Placement Test is waived, you will be required to submit an up-to-three-minutes Elevator Pitch Video to [email protected] addressing the following questions:
We will be evaluating the quality and depth of your answers, rather than the format and quality of the video itself; we encourage you to spend time on drafting concise and direct answers to the above questions, and film yourself using any available method (phone, laptop, etc.).