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What will I learn?


The Double Honours Degree in Economics and Law is a programme offered jointly by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Law, leading to both the degrees of B.Soc.Sci (Hons) and LL.B (Hons).

Economics and Law are, in some areas, complementary disciplines. Increasingly, experts will use methodologies from the two disciplines. Scholars and practitioners of the two fields have been actively examining the places where they meet. For example, most Corporation Law subjects in top law schools now include economic analysis, and economists working on public policy, such as competition policy, require a working knowledge of the supporting legal infrastructure.

Singapore is a regional center for legal services, and a lot of our international legal work involves commercial, corporate and financial law. This means there is – and will continue to be - a demand for lawyers with a strong background in Economics, as well as for economists trained in law. Likely future employers are: some law firms, large commercial banks, and institutions such as the Monetary Authority of Singapore, the Media Development Authority, the Infocomm Development Authority, and the Competition Commission of Singapore.

The programme includes the core of our Economics and Law degrees, as well as some other modules to allow students to explore beyond those areas.

Students in this programme will pay normal fees for each semester of study. They will receive separate classes of Honours for Economics and Law. Each will be calculated from the modules a student does in that subject. In the case of Economics, the university requirements will also be factored into the CAP.

Students may be admitted to the programme, on a competitive basis, in one of three ways:

  • By direct application from Junior College. These students will spend the first year in the Faculty of Law;
  • By application during their first year in the Faculty of Law;
  • By application during their first year in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

Which department am I in?

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Study options

Full Time (5 years)

Tuition fees
SG$17,550.00 (9,90,966) per year
Start date

Expected August 2022


Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

The Shaw Foundation Building, Block AS7, Level 5,

5 Arts Link,

117570, Singapore

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Applicants should have completed a good pass in at least 3 ‘Advanced’ Level subjects is required for candidates to submit an application. Many applicants submit good passes for 4 or more ‘Advanced’ Level subjects for our consideration. English Language Requirements: EL1119 minimum acceptable score C6; IELTS - 6.5 overall with 6.5 in Reading and Writing components; MUET-200; TOEFL - 580 for paper-based / 92-93 for internet-based.

For international students

Candidates with an A-level certificate will only be considered if they have good A-level results, including a pass in an 'A'-Level Maths subject (such as Maths C or Further Maths or Pure Maths or Applied Maths) and a grade of B3 or better in the General Paper (GP) OR SAT Critical Reading score of minimum 700 accompanied by a minimum GP grade of C6.
An improved GP grade of B3 or better from another sitting can qualify one for application to Law, but only the GP grade obtained in the same sitting as the main A-level papers can be used for computation of admission points.

English Language Requirement: Applicants may present any of the following to fulfill the English Language requirement: IELTS - 6.5 overall with 6.5 in Reading and Writing components; MUET – 200; TOEFL - 580 for paper-based / 92-93 for internet-based; EL1119 - C6.


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