Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
CRICOS: 00002J; 02942D (ELC)
The Master of International Trade and Commerce Law is an academic programs for Australian and International law and non-law graduates seeking to extend their knowledge of international commercial and trade law. This program promotes comprehensive knowledge of relevant legal, governance and policy issues in context, fostering a broad and interdisciplinary understanding of this dynamic area. Units available for study within the program enable students to achieve a global and holistic understanding of this area. The Master of International Trade and Commerce Law is available to both lawyers and non-lawyers and is designed to meet the needs of persons with an interest in business, international business, international studies, finance and commercial law.
Graduates with a background in business, commerce, economics, law, international relations or related disciplines who are interested in gaining greater knowledge and understanding of international trade and commercial law
- 32 credit points at 800 level or above total
- minimum 20 credit points at 800 level or above with a LAW or LAWS prefix.
- International trade and commerce law
Standard entry requirements
- Australian level 8 honours qualification or recognised equivalent in law, business, commerce, economics, international relations ore related discipline
- Or Australian level 7 bachelor's qualification in law, business, commerce, economics, international relations or related discipline and one and a half years relevant professional experience or recognised equivalent
- A GPA of 4.50 (out of 7.00)
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This course is available for internal and external study. Full-time and part-time study modes are available.