A postgraduate program
This program is not offered in 2015
Course type: Postgraduate (coursework)
Availability (full-time or part-time): Full-time | Part-time (N/A to international students)
Location: On campus
Course name: Master of Laws (International Law and International Relations)
Duration (full-time equivalent): 1 year
SATAC code: 2CM037
CRICOS code: This course is not available to international students
The Master of Laws (International Law and International Relations) crosses disciplinary boundaries between the School of Law and the School of Political and International Studies and explores some of the most topical themes present in Australia and the world.
Graduates are suitable for careers in international organisations and government, business, and not- for-profit sectors.
What will I study?
Course rule to be published.
Applicants must normally hold an approved 4 year Bachelor degree in Law, or a discipline related to the field of study, or equivalent qualification from an approved tertiary institution.
Alternatively, applicants may hold an approved three year Bachelor degree, in a discipline related to the field of study, or equivalent qualification from an approved tertiary institution, and have not less than 3 years of full-time (or relevant part-time) relevant work experience.
The Faculty Board may, under certain circumstances and subject to specific conditions, admit others who can show evidence of fitness for candidature.
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Place type: Full fee paying
|This course is not available to international students|
Note: Domestic student fees are indicative only. Further information: How are these fees calculated?