At ANU Law, you can choose to complete part of your degree overseas by taking custom law courses in Geneva, Alabama and Kyoto, or via mooting competitions, internships, and exchanges. There may also be external scholarship and award opportunities which can take you overseas.
Our international partner universities offer law courses that can form part of your ANU degree. We consider applications for exchange twice a year.
Experience international law first hand, study in Geneva, the home of the UN’s European Headquarters and more than 200 international organisations.
ANU Law students have the opportunity to travel to the USA for a five week program at the University of Alabama.
Experience a unique opportunity to study Japanese law in global and socio-economic context.
ANU Global Programs has a long list of international partner universities who offer law courses that can form part of your ANU degree.