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Graduate Diploma of Military Law

  • Graduate Diploma

This program is taught under contract to the Department of Defence.

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Degree Type
Graduate Diploma
1 year full-time
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About this course

This program is taught under contract to the Department of Defence. It is only open to nominees of the Department of Defence, normally serving ADF legal officers. The ANU College of Law Military Law Program covers the LTM2 and 3 levels of the ADF competency scheme for ADF legal officers.

Entry requirements

This program is restricted to approved Defence personnel who hold a Bachelors of Laws, Juris Doctor or international equivalent qualifying the candidate for admission to legal practice in Australia, as well as a Graduate Certificate of Military Law from ANU. As an AQF Level 8 qualification, the Graduate Diploma of Military Law requires one year of full-time-equivalent study; however, graduates of the AQF Level 8 Graduate Certificate of Military Law will be granted credit for one half year of full-time-equivalent study.

English language Requirements

All applicants must meet the University’s English Language Admission Requirements for Students


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