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Desa Cemerlang Campus

Mailing Address:
Lebuh Cemerlang, Taman Desa Cemerlang, 81800 Ulu Tiram, Mukim Plentong, Johor, Malaysia.

Opening Hours:
Mon - Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm
Sat & Sun 9.30am – 4.30pm

Tel: +607-8636 888

Fax: +607-8632 392

Email: admin@crescendo.edu.my

For International Student enquiry, please email: international@crescendo.edu.my

For Complaints/Grievances, please email:
feedback@crescendo.edu.my

For Scholarship/Bursary, please email:
studentsupport@crescendo.edu.my
[Note: For students coming from household income of less than RM4,000 per month.] 

Bachelor of Laws (LLB)

Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (Hons)

[MOHE Approval Code: (R2/380/6/0021)(01/24)(A1819)]

This LLB is one of the most prestigious law degrees in Malaysia and around the world. It is the ONLY overseas law degree that can be completed entirely in Malaysia and is recognised by the Legal Profession Qualifying Board of Malaysia for entry into its Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP) Examinations; thereby, allowing our LLB graduates to become lawyers in Malaysia.

University of London (UOL), established by the Royal Charter in 1836, is one of UK's oldest and largest universities. It comprises of 18 colleges (i.e. London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), University College London, King's College etc.) and 9 specialist research institutions. Each college is considered a 'university' itself and some are among the top 100 best universities in the world.

In 1858, the University began to provide access to world-class academic programmes for qualified students from all around the world. Today, it has more than 50,000 international students across 180 countries. Its former students and alumni include 7 Nobel Prize winners, leaders of Commonwealth countries, government ministers, renowned authors, academics, judges and business leaders.

Studying with the University of London in Malaysia

The Laws Consortium

This LLB programme is designed by a Consortium of outstanding UOL Law Schools: Birkbeck, King's, London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE), Queen Mary, SOAS and UCL. Four of these schools are ranked as top 50 worldwide for law, and all are ranked top 20 in the UK for law*. UOL was the first university to offer a degree in English law and has, to this date, for over 100 years, established an internationally recognised "gold standard" Law degree. *Source:  www.londoninternational.ac.uk

Studying the University of London's LLB programme

University of London (UOL), established by the Royal Charter in 1836, is one of UK's oldest and largest universities. It comprises of 18 colleges (i.e. London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), University College London, King's College etc.) and 9 specialist research institutions. Each college is considered a 'university' itself and some are among the top 100 best universities in the world.

In 1858, the University began to provide access to world-class academic programmes for qualified students from all around the world. Today, it has more than 50,000 international students across 180 countries. Its former students and alumni include 7 Nobel Prize winners, leaders of Commonwealth countries, government ministers, renowned authors, academics, judges and business leaders.

Studying with the University of London in Malaysia

The Laws Consortium

This LLB programme is designed by a Consortium of outstanding UOL Law Schools: Birkbeck, King's, London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE), Queen Mary, SOAS and UCL. Four of these schools are ranked as top 50 worldwide for law, and all are ranked top 20 in the UK for law*. UOL was the first university to offer a degree in English law and has, to this date, for over 100 years, established an internationally recognised "gold standard" Law degree. *Source:  www.londoninternational.ac.uk

Studying the University of London's LLB programme

1st Year
(Intermediate)
2nd Year
(Part I)
3rd Year
(Part II)
Legal System & Method Tort Law Jurisprudence & Legal Theory
Public Law Property law Conflict of Laws
Criminal Law Family Law Equity and Trusts
Contract Law Commercial Law Evidence

Marks and Classification (based on Part I & II Marks)

Mark Range Class Equivalent
70 and over First Class Honours
60-69 Second Class Honours (upper division)
50-59 Second Class Honours (lower division)
45-59 Third Class Honours
40-44 Pass
0-39 Fail
Barrister Legal Executive Management Executive
Solicitor Public Prosecutor Police
Magistrate Tax Consultant Customs Officer
Shipping Executive Banker Hotel Executive

April | September

2 Passes in A Level (A~D) + 5 Credits in SPM (incl. English) + MUET Band 4

2 Passes in STPM (A~C) + 5 Credits in SPM (incl. English) + MUET Band 4

5 Credits (A~B) in UEC (incl. Maths) + 3 Credits in SPM (incl. English) + MUET Band 4

[Note: Subjects must be "non-overlapping" and are acceptable to the University of London.]

UOL students - for April intake or September intake - who wish to apply for the PTPTN study loan must submit their application within any one of these 2 application periods: (1) 1st-30th August OR (2) 1st-30th September

cambridge-outstanding-learner-award cambridge-outstanding-learner-award Note for UEC school-leavers: The above scholarship for UEC applies. However, to be eligible for the UOL LLB programme, applicants must still fulfill the minimum entry requirement of 2 Passes in STPM or A Level, set by MQA.
How you can become a Lawyer in Malaysia

To qualify as an advocate and solicitor in Malaysia, UOL LLB graduates could undertake one of the following routes (subject to other requirements):

  • Sit for and pass the Malaysian Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP) exam OR
  • Pass the bar professional training course in UK

CLP (Certificate in Legal Practice) is a 9-month post-graduate course. Its examination is conducted by the Legal Profession Qualifying Board of Malaysia by virtue of the Legal Profession Act 1976 once a year. Overseas LLB grads (e.g. UK, Australia, Singapore, and New Zealand) will need to sit and pass the CLP examination, as one of the requirements, to be admitted as advocates and solicitors in Malaysia.

Candidates will be examined on the following subjects :

  • General Paper
  • Civil Procedure
  • Criminal Procedure
  • Evidence
  • Professional Practice
  • 2 Passes in A Level (or STPM) + 5 Credits in SPM
    [Note: All A Level passes and SPM Credits must be obtained in one and the same sitting of the exam respectively. The A Level shall be studied in a minimum of ONE academic year]
  • 2 Credits (A~B) in UEC + 2 Passes (A Level or STPM) + 5 Credits in SPM (including English)
    [Note: All A Level passes and SPM Credits must be obtained in one and the same sitting of the exam respectively. The A Level shall be studied in a minimum of ONE academic year]
  • Complete the LLB degree within 7 years upon successful completion of the Intermediate (i.e. the first 4 Units) examination
  • Take 12 law units which must include the following 6 core-units: Law of Contract, Law of Torts, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Land Law, and Equity & Trusts
  • Must obtain at least a Second Class Lower

Legal Profession Qualifying Board, Malaysia
Unit 22-01, Aras 22, Menara 2
Menara Kembar Bank Rakyat,
No 33, Jalan Rakyat,
50470 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia.

Operating hours: 8:15am-5:00pm (Mon-Fri)

[Note: The above is only applicable to the UOL Bachelor of Laws (LLB)]
Other University of London programmes available at Crescendo:
(R2/344/6/0461)(08/21)(A7353)

This programme equips you with specialised accounting skills and strong business understanding highly demanded by employers in almost any sector today. (Click here to know more)

(R2/345/6/0043)(08/21)(A7352)

This degree, designed by LSE, equips you with a wide range of in-depth business and management skills that empowers you serve in management level positions with confidence. (Click here to know more)

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Experience shared by Crescendo students

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I was exposed to a much greater opportunity than what I could have imagined. Thanks to the programme's high quality training, critical thinking - a vital skill for law practitioners - is now second nature to me. I find my thinking ability has tremendously improved, and I now enjoy what was once a challenging process.

Melissa Chong Man Ting
LLB Alumna

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Success is not final, failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts. I thank my lecturers for the unfailing help and guidance given, and for inspiring me to work harder to reach higher.

Ngoh Si Jing
LLB Alumna

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Studying the LLB programme has never been easy but not impossible. Just like any journey, it has its fill of ups and downs. I'd like to thank all the lecturers involved for making this journey a sweet and unforgettable one.

Ang Yong Jing
LLB Alumnus

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With positive learning environment, Crescendo gave me the opportunity not only to expand my knowledge, but also allowed to me find enduring study mates.

Wong Hsin Hyi
LLB Alumna

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Ann is one of our LLB alumni. Through Crescendo, Su Ann, and all other students (Ong, Gary Ng, Azizah, Goh and others) received PTPTN loan and were able to realise their dreams of studying for a law degree.  

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Upon graduation, Ong (left) chambered in one of Malaysia's largest law firm. He's now a full time lawyer. Gary Ng (right), on the other hand, chose to be a law lecturer and has helped many A Level students scored A's and passed their exams.

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Azizah (left) joined a law firm immediately after graduation while Goh (right) tutored law in Singapore. As of current, Goh works in an international law firm in Singapore.

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Gan Xu Yan, our LLB alumni, receiving an award from YB Mok Chek Hou, the state assemblyman for Stulang. Ms Gan achieved a 2nd class (upper) honours for her Bachelor of Laws degree.