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A PhD in laws programme is the most advanced form of postgraduate studies laws programme and exclusively thesis-based.
The candidates are required to prepare a viable ‘research proposal’ in accordance with the guidelines and format as prescribed by the faculty or known as kulliyyah in this university. The degree is awarded based on the successful completion of a supervised research and assessed by a thesis and viva voce examination.
AIKOL strives to promote research excellence among its entire academic staff. We recognize that high quality legal research may take many different forms, with a wide variety of legal research methods being employed in the numerous ongoing research projects. All PhD students are allocated with research supervisor (s) who will have the appropriate title and/or methodological expertise to support the research project being undertaken. We offer supervision in research degrees in most subject areas of law, and also for interdisciplinary project which have legal aspect to them. Throughout the duration of study student will develop a strong working relationship with concern supervisors and they will provide ample assistance and support needed to undertake the research.
For Writing Thesis
English language as entry requirement: Passed English band 6.0 or equivalent (TOEFL 500/IELTS/EPT) Taking 1 compulsory courses for 1 semester