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REAL-WORLD PROGRAMS TO MASTER YOUR CAREER
Our postgraduate programs are developed by practitioners – for practitioners.
So whether you want to extend your knowledge in your current specialisation area or explore a new one, our programs will give you the confidence you need.
Whatever program you pursue, you will learn by doing. You’ll work on practical tasks and real-life scenarios that you’re likely to encounter in practice.
What’s more, our online delivery mode gives you true flexibility. You can study from anywhere at any time, while working full time.
4 INTAKES PER YEARFebruary, May, August and November
Choose your praCtice area
PLANNING YOUR STUDIES
Choose your subjectsFrom 12 practice areas. View subjects availability during our four intakes a year. EFTSL for all subjects: 0.1250
Fees and paymentsInformation about subject fees, payment methods as well as the Kay Smith Scholarship opportunity.
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More like a mentorship than a degree” Max Williams, Special Counsel
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Enrolling is a quick process that only takes 15 minutes. And you can save your enrolment form at any time and come back to finish it later.
- Enrol Online
- View and read the Policy Index. This contains all the terms and conditions relating to your enrolment at The College of Law.
- Decide on your program and initial subject/s
- Enrolment Checklist
To enrol, you will need to provide the following:
- A certified copy of your official academic transcript or graduation certificate (LLB, JD, Dip Law) OR your admission certificate
- Payment or tax file number (if applying for FEE-HELP)
- Application for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) if relevant
- Any other postgraduate transcript or qualification if applying for advanced standing
- Proof of name change (if applicable)
You must hold a law degree to enrol in a Postgraduate Specialisation Program.
To enrol in the Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice (FDRP), you must hold an undergraduate degree or higher qualification in law, psychology or social work.
We also consider applicants from other dispute resolution backgrounds.