Course Details:

HELP University offers its own home-grown LLB programme known as the HELP Bachelor of Laws (HELP LLB) which can be completed entirely at HELP University. Graduates who complete the HELP LLB degree will be granted the opportunity to enrol in any post graduate Master’s Programme at HELP Graduate School (terms and conditions apply) Excluding the Master of Clinical Psychology.

For more information on entry requirements, programme pathway, subjects listing and to get to know the faculty, please click on download brochure.

Programme Details

Year 1
  • DL1 Legal Method & Systems
  • DL2 Law of Contract
  • DL3 Constitutional & Administrative Law
  • DL4 Criminal Law
  • DL5 Legal Skills
Year 2
  • DL6 Land Law
  • DL7 Law of Tort
  • DL8 Law of Evidence
  • DL10 Legal Practice
  • DL11 Company Law
  • 2 hours of lectures and 11⁄2 hours of tutorials per substantive subject and 3 hours of workshops per week for practical subjects
  • 5 subjects to be completed per year

Core Subjects

  • Assignment 20%
  • Final examination 80%

Practical Subjects

  • Legal skills assignment 20% Practical assessment 50% Final examination 30%
  • Legal practice Assignment 20%
    Practical assessment 40% Final examination 40%

Transfer to the following UK universities into Year 2 or Year 3 on an advanced standing basis to complete the Law programme*:

Year 2

  • University of Manchester • University of Shef eld

Year 2 or 3

  • University of Leeds
  • Cardiff University
  • University of Liverpool
  • Aberystwyth University
  • Northumbria University
  • University of the West of England, Bristol • University of Hertfordshire

*Conditions apply.

Please refer to the Department of Law for further details. All the universities above are recognised by the Malaysian Legal Profession Qualifying Board.

  • 2 STPM Grade C
  • 2 A-Level passes
  • 5 Bs in Senior Middle 3 (UEC)
  • Australian Matriculation Programme and equivalent qualification
  • 3 SPM / O-Level credits (including English and Bahasa Melayu*)
  • MUET Band 4

*For Malaysians only

All results must be obtained in ONE SITTING as stipulated by the Malaysian Legal Profession Qualifying Board

A credit in Bahasa Melayu at SPM is required by the Malaysian Legal Profession Qualifying Board for students intending to practice Law in Malaysia.

      • January, July and September (Year 1)
      • September (Year 2)