Postgraduate Specialisation Program
Master your career
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.
Our next intake begins 16 November 2020.
LLM (Applied Law) majoring in Business Law and Transactions
LLM (Applied Law) majoring in
LLM (Applied Law) majoring in Family Dispute Resolution Practice
LLM (Applied Law) majoring in Family Law
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LLM (Applied Law) majoring in Government and Public Sector Law
Graduate Diploma of Applied Law (Government and Public Sector Law)
LLM (Applied Law) majoring in In-house
Nationally Accredited Mediator Training
LLM (Applied Law) majoring in Property Law
LLM (Applied Law) majoring in Wills and Estates
ASEAN+6 Legal Practice Stream
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2020 intake dates
Four intakes each year. View start, census and end dates for 2020.Read more
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How many subjects does it take to do your Masters?
Assistant Director of Practitioner Education (Postgraduate Specialisation), The College of Law
In order to graduate with a Masters, students must successfully complete eight subjects in total. Depending on the award or the major selected there may be more elective subjects applicable. If you’re working full-time we strongly recommend that you enrol in one to two subjects per intake and that should still enable you to complete your Masters within two years.
New students should start off enrolling in just one subjects in order to get familiar with the learning portal and also our subject requirements. That should also give you a sense whether you are able to devote more time and perhaps enrol in two subjects in following intakes. We have four intakes a year which will help you to plan your study around your work and family commitments. Our recommendation is for students to set aside 8 to 10 hours per week per subject depending on the given topic and whether any assessments are due, students may need more or less time in a given week.
How to Enrol
- Download and read the Program Manual (PDF). This document contains all the terms and conditions relating to your enrolment at The College of Law.
- Decide on your program and initial subject/s
- Enrol online
Before you Enrol
When you enrol, you’ll need to upload the following documents.
- A certified colour copy of your official academic transcript or graduation certificate (LLB, JD, DipLaw)
- A copy of your Application for RPL (if applying for credit)
- Specialist accreditation certificate (GDLP or other)
- Proof of name change (if applicable)
You’ll also need to have your credit card details handy – or TFN if you’re applying through FEE-HELP.
The government has not yet released the 2021 FEE HELP (eCAF) form. If you choose FEE HELP as your preferred payment method you will be required to complete a FEE HELP (eCAF) form at a later date when they become available.
This, however, will not stop us from starting to process your application now.
As soon as the Government releases the 2021 FEE HELP (eCAF) form we will send you an email with a link to the form. You will need to complete and submit this FEE HELP (eCAF) form upon receipt. For further information please contact our Client Services on 02 9965 7111.
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.