Choose from Deakin Law School's LLM Programs Taught On-Campus and Online
Deakin University is one of the best universities in Victoria, Australian. It has a 5-star ranking for its world-class facilities, teaching and research, and outranks other Australian universities in terms of innovation, employability and inclusiveness.
The Deakin Law School offers, among others, Master of Laws programs that will equip its students with basic disciplinary knowledge on significant areas of international and Australian legal systems, as well as current professional practice development.
The beauty of these LLM programs is that students may choose to take them full-time, part-time or online. The following are the offered Master of Laws programs at Deakin Law School:
- General Master of Laws (LLM)
- Master of Accounting and Law (MAL)
- Master of Legal Studies in Public Health
- Master of Legal Studies in Human Rights
- Master of Legal Studies in International Relations
Each can be taken on-campus or via Deakin's "cloud campus" (online) and has three intakes per year: March (trimester 1), July (trimester 2) and November (trimester 3). Except for the General LLM, the duration of all the LLM programs is two years full-time and up to 4 years part-time. Students have one year to finish the General LLM if taken full-time and up to two years if part-time.
The Faculty of Business and Law grants scholarships to eligible students who have applied for the Masters of Laws (LLM) program at the Deakin Law School. At least 10 scholarships are offered annually. This offer will be provided until Trimester 2 2018 and may result to a tuition fee reduction of up to $10,000 for the duration of the program.