This is a unique Australian program which promotes comprehensive knowledge of relevant legal, governance and policy issues in context, providing a broad, interdisciplinary understanding of these areas. It is an academic program for domestic and international law and non-law graduates seeking to extend their knowledge of international law, human rights, and governance and policy in both, public and private domains. Units available for study within the program will enable you to achieve a global and holistic understanding of international law, governance and policy.
- Learn about the broader context within which law reform and policy are developed, implemented and evaluated at domestic and international levels. - Develop an understanding of the contemporary challenges to promoting objectives in social justice, human rights, corporate responsibility, effective governance, democracy, the rule of law and sustainable development in a global setting. - Opportunity to undertake independent research and engage in self-directed learning so you can develop new and creative solutions to legal, governance and policy challenges.
Government officials, policy makers, and lawyers and non-lawyers working in domestic or international, private or public institutions who wish to obtain in-depth expertise in international law, governance, and policy. People who wish to pursue further postgraduate legal education (for example, by way of a doctoral program).
English language requirements
IELTS of 6.5 overall with minimum 6.0 in each band, or equivalent
You may satisfy the English language requirements if you have completed: - senior secondary studies equivalent to the NSW HSC - one year of Australian or comparable tertiary study in a country of qualification
Career Opportunities - advocate and corporate social responsibility manager - corporate governance officer - foreign affairs adviser - government and public sector consultant - international development consultant - media and communication specialist - policy developer - researcher