How To Apply: Law Programmes

Our annual admission application period is from 1 January to 15 July. Applications received by 15 July will be considered for admission to the January intake of the Law programmes.

Admission Calendar - January 2023 Intake

Submit e-application and supporting documents1 Jan to 15 Jul 2022
Register and complete LNAT TestBy 31 Jul 2022
Admission interview (if applicable)By 30 Sep 2022
Receive email notification on the application's outcomeBy 30 Nov 2022
Enrol as a student by registering coursesBy 15 Dec 2022
Submission of PSEA form for new students (if applicable)By 15 Dec 2022
Within 5 days of successful payment, new student will receive an email notification for MyMail account and Student Portal login detailsFrom 21 Dec 2022
Student orientation and course materials collection14 Jan 2023
Course timetable available online via Student Portal16 Jan 2023
Class commencementFrom 23 Jan 2023
Receive student card via postBy 31 Jan 2023

e-Application Guide and Forms

Application for undergraduate programmes is to be made online. Each application must be accompanied by a non-refundable application fee of $20.00 (inclusive of GST) for an e-application (payable online only).

To begin, please view the e-application guide. Next, submit your e-application.

You will receive an acknowledgement notification and receipt via email for successful submission of your online application.

If there are any changes to your contact information, especially your email address and contact number, please update us promptly via an email to This is to ensure that notifications are delivered to you.

Notification of Application Status

You will receive notification of your application status via email. The notification will be sent out by 30 November. Alternatively, you may also check your application status via our Online Application Enquiry.

Acceptance of Offer

If you are successful in your application, you will receive enrolment information together with your application outcome notification. You will be invited to participate in the online Acceptance of Offer. The deadlines for Acceptance of Offer is on 15 December. To be accepted as a student, you need to enrol by the stipulated deadline.

You will receive an acknowledgement notification and receipt via email for successful submission of your acceptance of offer.


If you wish to appeal against the admission decision of the Singapore University of Social Sciences, you may send an email to, stating your reason(s) of appeal together any supporting document(s) that was not furnished previously during your application.

Your appeal will be considered and you will be informed of the outcome. Thereafter, the decision of the University is final and further appeals will not be entertained.

Deferment or Withdrawal

Should you decide to defer or withdraw admission after paying the fees, you need to inform the University in writing. If written notice of deferment or withdrawal is given within the cooling off period1, a full refund of the fees paid less $117.70 (inclusive of GST) administrative charge will be given. No refund will be given for deferment or withdrawal thereafter.

1The cooling off period is defined as 7 working days after payment of the fees for the first semester of your admission to the University. To expedite the administrative process for refund, you are strongly encouraged to submit your notice of deferment or withdrawal to Singapore University of Social Sciences in person.

MyMail Email Account and Access to Student Portal

All students of the University will receive a personalised email account (MyMail) and password for access to the Student Portal. These will be sent to you via email within 3 working days after your fee payment. You may then login to your email and the Student Portal to access a wide range of information, including your class schedule, lecture and tutorial notes.

The University has a policy that requires all registered students to communicate with the University via their personalized MyMail account for verification of the sender’s identity. To ensure prompt follow up on your case, please correspond with the University via your MyMail account.

Student Card

You will be issued a student photo card upon your successful enrolment as a student. This card will be sent to you before your class commencement. All students must have a valid student card when taking examinations.

How to Apply

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