Malaysian Legal System

Updated: Apr 24, 2019


Package name

Malaysian Legal System

Credit transfer?

Non credit transfer

Why is this interesting for me?

To provide an opportunity for non-Malaysian law students to spend three weeks of their summer vacation in Malaysia at Taylor’s University and in a variety of legal and quasi legal organisations in Kuala Lumpur. This will enable them to see how the Malaysian legal system, its institutions and its professions function. - Students will gain an overview of the structure and operations of selected institutions of the Malaysian Legal System i.e. the Parliament, the Courts, the AG’s Chambers and Legal Profession. They will also have the opportunity to experience a short period of internship to enable them to appreciate working in and experiencing another culture and legal system (for the 3 weeks’ programme).

When?

August

How long is the course?

2 weeks or 3 weeks

Language proficiency

Proficient in English

Price?

USD 1,300 (2 weeks)

USD 1,950 (3 weeks)

Price inclusive?

Accommodations, Field Trips, Practical, On-Ground Transportation, Welcome and Farewell Reception, Airport Transfer, Experiental Learning.

Learning objectives

To provide an opportunity for non-Malaysian law students to spend three weeks of their summer vacation in Malaysia at Taylor’s University and in a variety of legal and quasi legal organisations in Kuala Lumpur. This will enable them to see how the Malaysian legal system, its institutions and its professions function. Students will gain an overview of the structure and operations of selected institutions of the Malaysian Legal System i.e. the Parliament, the Courts, the AG’s Chambers and Legal Profession. They will also have the opportunity to experience a short period of internship to enable them to appreciate working in and experiencing another culture and legal system (for the 3 weeks’ programme).

What do I expect to learn?

  • Reflect on their experience of the Malaysian Legal System and on the workings of law related organisations in Malaysia

  • Demonstrate their knowledge of an aspect of Malaysian Law or Legal System in a comparative context

  • Evaluate the experience gained during the internship and how they adapted to a new culture

How do I experience learning?

Lectures, Field Trips/ Field Excursion, Presentation, Case Studies, Presentation, Reflective Journaling and Placement

How am I assessed?

Presentations, Attendance, Group Presentations,Practical, Reflective Journaling

Is the certificate is awarded upon completion of the programme?

Yes

Call for action:

Global Mobility Office

Taylor's University,

Lakeside Campus, No 1,

Japan Taylor's,

47500 Subang Jaya,

Selangor

Tel: +60356295001

Fax:

Email: global.mobility@taylors.edu.my

Website: www.taylors.edu.my

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