Grad Cert offers pathway to ANU Law

12 December 2014

Alumni seeking to strengthen their knowledge of law and the Australian legal system – whether as a means of enhancing their skill sets or begin a broader career change – are set to benefit from the introduction of the new ANU Graduate Certificate of Law.

The program, which begins in 2015, offers a pathway to graduate legal studies – including the ANU Masters of Law – for students without an undergraduate law degree.

Providing students with an understanding of Australian law and legal institutions, the ANU Graduate Certificate of Law offers a diverse choice of elective subjects in areas such as media, migration, climate change, corporate governance and sustainability.

Once completed, the ANU Graduate Certificate of Law offers graduates a recognised, standalone qualification in law or an entry point to Masters programs with the ANU College of Law.

For more information – including details on how to apply – visit the ANU College of Law website or contact the College on +61 2 6125 3483 or enquiries.law@anu.edu.au.

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