Of course. We only want those students joining us at JSW Law who genuinely want to be there, so we would gladly allow you to withdraw your application.
Yes, we will consider an application from a student who finished Class XII in 2011.
Tattoos are a personal choice and won’t count against you. JSW Law will be a smoke free zone.
Are there any provisions for Class X graduates who failed to qualify for Class XI but who might have the necessary test results to be admitted, were he a Class XII graduate?
Unfortunately we cannot consider applications from this kind of a student. Your Grade XII results are an essential part of our application process.
Our short answer is: it depends. In all honesty, having a criminal record will make it more difficult for you to convince us that you are a good fit for the law school– and for the legal profession. But there are exceptions. If what you did was the result of bad decision making as a
Not necessarily. Some of what you study at law school will necessarily involve a study of Bhutan’s history, including its philosophy and its Buddhist traditions. There will be a mandatory course on economics to help broaden your maths background. Some parts of law do involve maths, maybe not complex calculus, but you do want the
Not at present. The number of students is calculated based on the determination of how many graduates will be able to find employment as lawyers or legal professionals upon graduation in Bhutan.
Initially, no. In future years, pending vacancies in our student body and only on a very limited case-by-case basis, we will consider students who have taken a general liberal arts course of study to enter JSW Law as a second-year student, assuming that they can demonstrate satisfaction of courses similar to those offered during our
No, there is none set for now.
Sure we will. Convince us that you are ready for law school, and that you have the necessary grades, and we will gladly consider your application. We will be curious as to what study habits you developed during your second go-around that perhaps you did not have during the previous year, but we will not