LLM (Applied Law)
To enter this program you must hold a law degree or equivalent qualification.
Non-award single subject enrolment
You may enrol in single subjects on a non-award basis if you do not wish to study for a degree or if you do not meet the entry requirements. If you study a single subject assessment is optional. If you would later like to count the subject towards an award you will need to complete the assessment at that time.
The 2016 subject fee is: $2,790 (GST exempt) per subject.
The College’s fees are reviewed annually and may be varied during your period of study.
Fees must be paid in full for all subjects at the time of enrolment each semester. Payment may be made by cheque, EFT or credit card.
Australian citizens and holders of permanent humanitarian visas may elect to defer their tuition fee payment through the Commonwealth Government’s FEE-HELP scheme.
If you elect to pay with FEE-HELP, you must include a completed Request for FEE-HELP Assistance Form with your completed Application and Enrolment Form. The FEE-HELP information booklet and form are available from the Applied Law Programs Courses Administrator on 1300 856 111 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
FEE-HELP is not available if you are studying a single subject on a non-award basis.
For further details, please visit http://www.studyassist.gov.au.
Online course work
This program is undertaken primarily online. How much time is required will depend on your level of experience and familiarity with the practice area. As a guide, we recommend that you allow approximately eight to ten hours of study time per week per subject for the online materials and participation in online learning activities. In addition you may need to devote further time to assessment tasks and exam preparation.
All key dates including assessment dates are provided to you via the Learning Portal at the beginning of each semester.
Each subject will also have a one-day workshop which will be held at the College of Law campus’ around Australia. This course has workshop attendance requirements for some subjects.
The College of Law engages as lecturers legal practitioners who combine substantial experience in law practice with the teaching skills needed to support the learning of our students. In addition, we invite judges and prominent practitioners to present during our workshops.
The College recognises prior study at the appropriate level. A maximum of three subjects credit may be awarded.
If you have completed or partially completed postgraduate study at another institution, you may be eligible to receive credit for that study.
If you have completed the Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (PLT) with the College of Law within the last ten years you will be eligible to receive two subjects unspecified credit when you enrol as a new student in the Masters. Graduates who completed PLT at another institution are eligible to receive one subject unspecified credit. New students to The College enrolling from 1 July 2012 are eligible for credit.
To apply for credit please complete the application form and submit with a covering letter, addressed to the Director, Applied Law Programs, setting out the credit you seek to have recognised and include certified copies of relevant academic transcripts.
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