Law Personal Statement

Ariana Ng  is currently studying LLB Law at the University of Nottingham. She completed her A-Levels at Epsom College in Malaysia and is graduating in 2021. This personal statement was part of her successful application to University of Nottingham and Queen Mary University of London for Law. A conversation with a law student sparked my interestContinue reading “Law Personal Statement”

Law Personal Statement

Jansen Law Zhen Hao is currently studying LLB Law at University College London, and is graduating in 2021. This personal statement was part of his successful application to UCL, LSE,  King’s College London, University of Bristol and University of Warwick for Law. The judicial state of Malaysia is worrying. The catalyst of change for the prejudiced has been freedom of speech.Continue reading “Law Personal Statement”

Law Personal Statement

Swaathi Balajawahar is currently studying LLB Law at King’s College London. This personal statement was part of her successful application to King’s College London and University of Manchester for Law. The law is not an entity that is meant to be ossified, but is rather the substratum of how a society functions, constantly evolving to meet humanity’sContinue reading “Law Personal Statement”

Life@Kolej Tuanku Ja’afar – A-level

 Naturally boarding school may sound like an unnerving idea to many. Vague notions of having to live away from home for the very first time and to become independent in such a short span of time certainly sound daunting. The reality of things at Kolej Tuanku Ja’afar (KTJ) is far different. Let’s look at someContinue reading “Life@Kolej Tuanku Ja’afar – A-level”

BNM Kijang Scholarship (January Intake)

Ever thought of acquiring a scholarship from the Central Bank of Malaysia, Bank Negara Malaysia (henceforth referred to as BNM), that not only covers pre-university education but extends to degree level as well? Traditionally, BNM’s application only opens after the announcement of SPM results in the beginning of March. So it was as unexpected toContinue reading “BNM Kijang Scholarship (January Intake)”

Pre-U Subject Choices for UK-Bound Students

Earlier this year, the Russell Group published their 2015/16 “Informed Choice” pamphlet, accompanied by a video, explaining the value and importance of taking facilitating subjects as a dominant part of a student’s Pre-U subject choices. These facilitating subjects, e.g. the sciences, history, maths, further maths, languages, English Literature and geography, as the lobbying group forContinue reading “Pre-U Subject Choices for UK-Bound Students”

Law at University Malaya

Image Source Tell us a little bit about yourself. Where are you going, and are you under a sponsorship? What courses and which universities did you apply to? Hello there! I am a National Scholar who’s going to read law at Universiti Malaya. What was included in the application process to your university? Basically, theContinue reading “Law at University Malaya”

Steps to Reading Law at Cambridge

1. What do I need to do to apply for Law at Cambridge? All UK universities go through UCAS, which is the standardized university application service provider. The process includes the submission of the standard personal information (name, address, etc), along with the all-important academic grades as well as a personal statement. These are essential,Continue reading “Steps to Reading Law at Cambridge”

Advice from the Cambridge Lawyer

Sharyn Wong holds an unconditional offer from University of Cambridge to read law. According to the official University of Cambridge brochure for applicants, ‘successful applicants achieve academic results in the top 1-2% of their year’. If I were you, a fresh-faced student secretly harbouring hopes of frolicking on the lush, green grass in Cambridge, IContinue reading “Advice from the Cambridge Lawyer”