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    Fees Calculation for Master of Laws

    Full Time:

    Tuition fee: RM 48,680

    Scholarship: RM 5,000

    UE Sponsorship: ✅

    Education Loan: ✅

    Nett Fee: RM [ 43,680 ] (RM 3,640 per month)

    *Full time classes: 4 subjects/ semester, classes from Friday Evening, Saturday / Sunday alternatively.  Duration 1 year.

     

    Part Time: 

    Tuition fee: RM 48,680

    Scholarship: RM 5,000

    UE Sponsorship: ✅

    Education Loan: ✅

    Nett Fee: RM [ 43,680 ] (RM 1,820 per month)

    *Part time classes : 2 subjects/ semester, classes from Friday Evening, Saturday / Sunday alternatively. Duration 2 years minimum.

     

    Subjects Covered in Master of Laws

    List of Elective Modules

    • LAW70504 International Sale of Goods Law
    • LAW70604 The Law of WTO
    • LAW71404 Public International Law
    • LAW70804 International Business Law
    • LAW70904 International Dispute Resolution
    • LAW71704 Artificial Intelligence, Technology and the Law
    • LAW72204 E-Commerce Law
    • LAW71604 International Corporate Governance and Corporate Crime
    • LAW72104 ASEAN Law and Policy
    • LAW71204 Current Controversies in Contempt of Court
    • LAW70204 Healthcare Regulations and Policies
    • LAW72004 Rights of the Patients: Birth to Death
    • LAW70704 Informed Consent and Confidentiality
    • LAW71104 Medical Ethics
    • LAW70304 Medical Negligence
    • LAW71004 Assisted Reproductive Technologies and the Law
    • LAW71904 Law on Genetic Manipulation
    • LAW72304 Digital Health, New Medical Technologies and the Law
    • LAW71804 Fundamental Aspects of Medical Litigation
    • LAW70404 Criminal Liability for Healthcare Providers

    Compulsory Modules

    • RES70102 Research Methods 1
    • RES70202 Research Methods 2
    • LAW70104 Research Project

    Editor’s View: Why Master of Laws?

    The world continues to evolve and there is a need for legal practitioners to keep abreast of developments in a local and global context.

    The Master of Laws is a gateway for students who want to acquire in-depth knowledge in a specific area of law and develop advanced professional skills.

    The programme also provides a profound look into areas such as International Business and Trade, Healthcare, Artificial Intelligence, E-Commerce, International Corporate Governance and Corporate Crime, ASEAN Law and Policy, and Current Controversies in Contempt of Court.

     

    Fees Calculation for Master of Laws in Healthcare and Medical Law

    Full Time:

    Tuition fee: RM 54,268 (including bridging module)

    Scholarship: RM 5,000

    UE Sponsorship: ✅

    Education Loan: ✅

    Nett Fee: RM [ 49,268 ] (RM 4,106 per month)

    *Full time classes: 4 subjects/ semester, classes from Friday Evening, Saturday / Sunday alternatively.  Duration 1 year.

     

    Part Time: 

    Tuition fee: RM 54,268 (including bridging module)

    Scholarship: RM 5,000

    UE Sponsorship: ✅

    Education Loan: ✅

    Nett Fee: RM [ 49,268 ] (RM 2,052 per month)

    *Part time classes : 2 subjects/ semester, classes from Friday Evening, Saturday / Sunday alternatively. Duration 2 years minimum.

     

    Subjects Covered in Master of Laws in Healthcare and Medical Law

    Coursework Modules:

    • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • Healthcare Regulations & Policies
    • Informed Consent and Confidentiality
    • Medical Ethics
    • Medical Negligence
    • Research Methods:
    • Research Methods 1 & 2
    • Dissertation (20,000 words)

    Assessment:

    • Coursework
    • Research Methods
    • Dissertation

     

    Editor’s View: Why Master of Laws in Healthcare and Medical Law?

    It is increasingly a priority for healthcare and medical law to be updated to keep up with global developments.

    The Master of Laws in Healthcare and Medical Law is adequately designed to tackle topics related to healthcare regulations and policies, medical ethics, medical negligence, informed consent, issues on confidentiality, among others.

    Through this programme, graduates will be able to understand the legal issues surrounding the provision of healthcare services, impact of new technologies on healthcare and regulation of the health professions.

     

    Study at Top Private University in Malaysia

    If you are looking to enhance your knowledge, look no further than Taylor’s University. 

    As the top private university in Malaysia and Southeast Asia, 284th in the 2023 QS World Rankings, Taylor’s Business School is also regarded as a World Top 100 business school for Business and Management Studies.

    Its high ranking in the QS Graduate Employment Rankings 2022 is a good indicator that its curriculum and teaching are producing the graduates that are sought after by employers.

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