I am in my final year of law studies. May I apply to the LLM programme if I do not yet have my diploma?

If you are a last year law student, you can submit an application to the LLM programmes, even if you are not yet in the possession of your diploma. The selection board may elect to admit you to the programme on the condition that you obtain and submit a duly certified copy of your law degree before the commencement of the next LLM session. All applications should in any case be accompanied by a transcript of records (list of results obtained in previous years for each of the Law School courses). 

Important note for candidates who have not yet graduated, yet need an official admission letter from the university for their visa application: please make sure to send the duly certified copy of your diploma as soon as possible after graduation.