The Master of International Trade and Commerce Law is available to both domestic and international law and non-law graduates seeking to extend their knowledge of international commercial and trade law. You will learn the legal, governance and policy issues relevant to international and domestic trade and commerce, fostering a broad and well-rounded understanding of the area.
- You will be able to demonstrate advanced and integrated understanding of a broad and complex body of legal knowledge in the area of international trade and commercial law. - Appreciate the specialised context to which law and legal principles apply in the area of international trade and commerce from interdisciplinary, international and comparative perspectives. - Apply sophisticated legal research skills to the resolution of specific legal problems and to the formulation and articulation of international law and policy reform and corresponding application in domestic law. - Carry out independent research, self-directed learning and develop new and creative ideas and solutions to contemporary problems in the areas of international trade and commercial law. - Units available for study within the program are delivered in a flexible way by means of internal or distance modes.
Australian and International law and non-law graduates seeking to extend their knowledge of international commercial and trade law. Suitable for government officials, policy drafters, and lawyers and non-lawyers working in domestic or international institutions or with a strong interest in international commercial and trade law.
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 This degree equips graduates with the skills and knowledge to pursue careers in government departments and agencies, multinational corporations, international organisations dealing with finance, trade and development issues, import/export compliance, policy and law reform, and national businesses engaging in international markets.