The Law School of Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS) is one of 15 law schools selected and approved through national competition and comprehensive inspection by the Ministry of Education, science and technology. The Law School aims to cultivate lawyers with international perspectives, who are equipped with the international skills and regional expertise. Since its establishment in 1967, the College of Law of HUFS, the founding institution of the Law School, has produced lawyers, government officers and diplomats, journalists, professors and numerous professionals in variety of areas. HUFS is also renowned for its excellent education on foreign studies and it has dedicated to cultivate experts and professionals in various disciplines with international skills for the last five decades. Our mission is to produce excellent lawyers who can act as competent legal counsel in domestic and international arena. This mission can be achieved based on the combination of the resources of the University and the Law School. The faculty of the Law School consists of 28 professors with solid academic background and extensive practical experiences as professionals. The faculty members with degrees from various countries (Korea, the United States of America, England, France, Germany, Brazil, India, China and Japan) offer valuable international perspectives. The curriculum of the Law School program includes comprehensive range of Korean law subjects and also in-depth studies of laws of major economic regions around the world. Many courses are taught in foreign languages.
2. The Master's Programs
Special mater's degree program in law
3. Admission Eligibility
Applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree, or should be recognized by the Ministry of Education as having the equivalent qualifications
To be announced via web site(http://law.hufs.ac.kr/)
- General Admission Process (95%): Legal Education Eligibility Test, Interview & Essay, Foreign Language Competency
(TOEFL, TOEIC, FLEX or equivalent tests recognized under the regulations of the Law School)
- Special Admission Process (5%): Special admission criteria under the regulation of the Law School for
4. Requirements for the Master's Degree are as follows
- A minimum of 96 credit hours as required under the regulation
- Three years (six semesters) of residence, subject to the provisions of the regulation
- Candidates for the special master's degree in law may take a graduation exam upon obtaining approval from the dean
instead of writing a dissertation, and only those passing such exam shall be deemed eligible for graduation.
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