Ramkhamhaeng University International Program (English Program):
International Program LL.D. Doctor of Laws Program
(Research program, revised 2006)
This international program is offered in
This program is offered with in
the Doctorate of Laws Program and started in November 2006 with the
second semester of the academic year 2006.
This program is offered with either on-campus or off-campus option (online LL.D.). For the off-campus option (offered from academic year 2009)
Purpose and Objectives
The Doctorate of Laws program
has been developed in response to the high demand of graduates in law
in the present, rapidly changing environment of the
transition economies. The vision for the economic and social
development of the nation must have the appropriate human resource
development policy, especially in regard to doctoral programs.
This research program will have the candidates to acquire new ways
of thinking and attain competence in conducting research. They
will be allowed to study and experiment freely in order to
discover the new issue and to enable them to create real academic progress.
IIS-RU's goal is to provide a
qualitative doctorate program to meet the demand for higher
graduate education and contribute to academic development.
Applicants must hold a Master degree or Bachelor degree from an
educational institute or university recognized by the Ministry of
Education. The applicant must hold Bachelor of Law and Master of Law.
hold Bachelor degree must be graduated with first class honors, or the
highest honor awarded from a university recognized ny the Ministry of
Selection Procedures (Eligibility Criteria)
Applicants must pass the
interviewing panel before being admitted to the LL.D. program.
This selection will be in accordance with the rules of graduate
studies (2004); Ramkhamhaeng University.
Applicants who earned a Bachelor
degree (with Honors) must complete the Doctorate of Laws program
in 6 years.
Applicants who earned a Master
degree must complete the Doctorate of Laws program in 6 years.
The candidates may register for
maximum of 15 credits in each semester.
The Institute of International
Studies provides the support activities shown below.
Candidates can take some
special law non-credit courses such as:
- Contract and Tort Law
- Advance Commercial Law
- Criminal Law and Criminal
- Administrative Law
- International Trade Law
- Law on Intellectual Property,
In colloquium courses, experts
and others involved in interesting topics will be invited to
lecture and exchange ideas as special guests. Candidates will have
the opportunity to present interesting topics or special topics in
the related fields.