Department of International Law

Overview

The International Law department of MIU aims to train legal professionals through systematic education in law by providing necessary expertise. The International Law department not only teaches the basic knowledge of law, but also teaches law courses in various fields to advance students’ capability as international lawyers.

Admission Requirements

All applicants must have completed or be expected to complete high school, secondary education, or an equivalent education prior to their enrollment. All applicants must give an entrance exam as part of the admission process. 

The Entrance Exam consists of three sections: Grammar & Vocabulary, Essay. Applicants of Media and Communication department must give skill test. Skill test consists of essay writing on relevant topic. 

70% Entrance Exam (20% Grammar / Essay 40% / Speaking 40%) 

30% Statement of Purpose & Recommendation Letter

Curriculum

Constitutional Law

Administrative Law

Civil Law

US Constitutional Law

US Criminal Law and Procedure 

US Torts  

US Contracts

Public International Law

Legal Research and Writing

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  • The department of international law provides a curriculum that teaches expertise that is related with legal issues, such as international disputes, corporate finance, etc. at home and abroad.
  • The department of international law fosters talented people with sound work ethic and mission as well as knowledge.
  • The American Law curriculum enables students as qualified lawyers in the United States after graduation.) 
  • All classes are taught in 100% English
  • Lawyer
  • Legal Consultant
  • Public Administration
  • Social Service

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