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Requirements for Admission

  1. Holder of a baccalaureate program.
  2. Must have earned the following undergraduate units:
  3. English -18 units
    Social Science -18 units
    Mathematics - 6 units
  4. Must pass the Law Entrance Examinations and Oral Interview.
    • Aptitude Examination
    • Essay Examination
    • Interview

  5. Must complete the application form and submit two (2) passport size colored pictures.
    • Original Official Transcript of Records from the law school in which the transferee was previously enrolled.
    • Certified True Copy of his/her College Transcript of Records
    • Certificate of Eligibility to enter Law Course issued by the law school in which the transferee was previously enrolled.
    • Certificate of Transfer Credentials/Honorable Dismissal from the law school in which the transferee was previously enrolled.

  6. Must pay the entrance and other prescribed fees

Applicants who wish to enroll in non-credit law subjects may be admitted as special students and may enroll in such subjects as approved by the Dean. He shall not be allowed to enroll in more than six (6) units per semester and must limit his enrollment to not more than a total of four (4) semesters. In any case, subjects taken shall not be credited.

Transfer Students

Transfer students from accredited law schools may be accepted for enrollment in any semester provided that they meet the current General Weighted Average (GWA) and other requirements which the school may impose.

Enrollment Period

The regular enrollment period is scheduled two to three weeks before the start of classes. Late registration is normally allowed during the first fourteen (14) calendar days from the official start of regular classes, unless otherwise announced. Should a student drop within the first week of classes, 20% of the tuition and miscellaneous fees are retained and when a student drops within the 2nd week of classes , then there is a retention of 10% of applicable fees. When a student drops after the 14 days, then the student must pay the entire tuition and miscellaneous fees as required. A student shall not be allowed to enroll in any subject after fourteen (14) days from the official start of regular classes, unless authorized by the Dean based on the studentís scholastic record. A fine shall be imposed for late registration.

Promissory notes are issued to students who have delinquent accounts to enable them to enroll on a temporary basis. Students who fail to take to comply with the conditions of the note shall not be included in the official class list until payment has been made. Should the student still fail to settle his/her delinquent accounts by the midterm examinations, may be dropped from the roll.

Last updated: July 25, 2014

Arellano University School of Law
Taft Avenue Corner Menlo St. Pasay City, Philippines
Tel. No.: (632) 404-3089 to 93 Fax.No.: (632) 521-4691

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