“ Bachelor of Law in Chinese Law and Global Legal Studies” is newly offered in 2023/2024 academic year.


The Bachelor of Law in Chinese Law and Global Legal studies is mainly taught in English and focuses on Chinese law. The programme aims to provide prospective students a unique opportunity to study both the main legal topics found in traditional legal education in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and the major courses covering the globalizing international legal order that governs the world’s international relations. In addition, the programme provides students with a richer cross-cultural learning experience, a broader international perspective, and a more comprehensive system of global law, so as to cultivate bilingual legal talents with global competitiveness and responsibility.

The main objective of the programme is to enable graduates to pursue legal work and research in the Greater Bay Area outside Macao. Since the programme does not cover the content of local law in Macao, item 1 of Article 4 of the Lawyers’ Entry Regulations is not applicable to the Bachelor of Law in Chinese Law and Global Legal Studies Programme, and graduates are unable to engage in legal affairs in the public administration sector of Macao.

Programme Intended Learning Outcomes (PILOs)

  • Identify and evaluate assumptions, and articulate arguments that proceed from alternative premises and perspectives in regard to critical thinking skills.
  • Formulate clear, concise, logical arguments based on critical analysis of a legal problem in regard to strong writing skills.
  • Deliver information to and receive information from different audiences (clients, colleagues, judges, etc.), and capable to explain the law professionally in regard to oral communication skills.
  • Apply legal doctrine and theory to solve problems in real practice, to research case law from various jurisdictions including statuary and other legislative law and secondary authority, and identify relevant authority to support arguments in regard to legal/factual research and analysis skills.

Study Plan

Study Plan (Admitted in or after Academic Year 2023/2024)

Course Descriptions

Course Descriptions (English) (Admitted in or after Academic Year 2023/2024)

Pedagogical Regulations

Pedagogical Regulations


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