Gulf Colleges offers a Master of Law program (common law – private law) with distinct admission requirements.
A master‘s degree in law requires completing 42 modules during four classes spread over two years.
Conditions for joining the master‘s program:
•The applicant must have a university degree in majors (law, law, regulations, sharia) from a Saudi university or from another recognized university.
• The applicant must have a university degree in majors (law, law, regulations, sharia) from a Saudi university or from another recognized university.
•The student received a “very good” rating at least at the university level. Well-rated recipients may be accepted, but the student rate in specialization courses is not less than very good. The College Board (on the recommendation of the Department Board) has to add other conditions it deems necessary.
.• To be of good conduct and medically appropriate
• To make two scientific recommendations from professors who have already taught it.
• Approval of the reference to the study if it is an employee.
• The student passed the general abilities test for university students.
•The student passed the college specialization test.
•Pass the department‘s interview.