Graduate certificates

Graduate Certificates at ANU Law

Graduate certificates are short courses that can be completed in as little as six months. They offer the fastest, most flexible path to obtaining a recognised postgraduate law qualification from Australia's national university. 

You can even use your graduate certificate as a pathway into our flagship postgraduate program: the Master of Laws (LLM). This is an ideal option for those who don't meet the traditional entry requirements for the LLM. In most cases, all that is required is an additional semester of full-time study to graduate with our LLM following completion of either of the below graduate certificates.

The Graduate Certificate of Law is ideal for those who have completed a Bachelor’s degree in another discipline and wish to develop their knowledge of Australian and international legal systems and how laws are created, interpreted and applied. 

Choose from a range of contemporary topics in law including information technology, aviation and space, environment and climate, cyber warfare, international security and human rights.

The Graduate Certificate of New Technologies Law allows you to future-proof your career against digital disruption.

From automation and artificial intelligence to cryptocurrency and climate change, the courses covered in this graduate certificate will prepare you to tackle emerging challenges and drive innovation in the constantly evolving world of law and technology.

Updated:  10 August 2015/Responsible Officer:  College General Manager, ANU College of Law/Page Contact:  Law Marketing Team