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Law Students of the University of Adelaide Can Continue Their Masters at Oxford

The bond between Australia and the University of Oxford has been developing ever since the first European settlement. Many of the original settlers are in fact Oxonians. It is therefore not surprising that many top students and scholars from Australia end up continuing their education in Oxford. In fact, the University of Adelaide Law School and Oxford Law School have particularly strongly connections.

Students enrolled in Adelaide Law's Bachelor of Laws degree now have the opportunity to continue their legal education with a Masters of Law and Finance (MLF) at Oxford University. This agreement between two world-renowned universities is a huge opportunity, and one that Adelaide's law students should not miss.

This combined program can be taken over a period of three and a half years. The Bachelor of Laws will be taken in Adelaide Law for two and and a half years, with one further year of study for the MLF at Oxford Law School (see below for further details). Law students at Adelaide University may begin applying for the MLF program during their fourth semester of study. Tuition and fees will be the same rate as the standard Oxford Master of Laws programs. Financial aid, scholarships and loans are available to interested students.

Bachelor of Laws - University of Adelaide 2½ years (5 semesters)
Master of Laws & Finance - Oxford University 1 year (2 semesters)
Total Study 3½ years (7 semesters)


For other prospective LLM students who want to take their degrees at Adelaide Law School, the following LLM programs are also offered:

  • Master of Laws
  • Master of Business Law
  • Master of Comparative Law
Students for all three programs are accepted in February and July of each year. The Master of Comparative law is a joint degree offered by Adelaide University in partnership with the University of Mannheim in Germany.

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