The Master of Laws (International Law and International Relations) comprises a fully online asynchronous coursework and research program, which is offered by the Flinders Law School in conjunction with the School of History and International Relations.
1.5 years full time,
$15,822 per year full-time (AFP), $23,733 total course cost
$27,400 per year full-time, $41,100 total course cost
This dual Masters program allows students to integrate their commerce related disciplinary knowledge with the theory and practice of commercial law to develop an understanding of how the law shapes international commercial interactions of all kinds.
2 years full time,
$41,488 per year full-time (AFP), $82,976 total course cost
Globalisation is increasingly affecting modern law practice and it is imperative that legal professionals develop the expertise and forward-thinking mindset required to specialise in the international arena.
Melbourne Law School's specialisation in Asian law is ideal for lawyers and other professionals dealing with Asian legal systems in commercial, legal or policy capacities, or for researchers and scholars interested in Asia.