Masters degrees

Study a Masters degree

Whether you're seeking to advance your career or establish yourself as a specialist in the law, a Masters degree offers a highly personalised learning experience tailored to your interdisciplinary interests and professional goals.

Combining academic rigour with real-world learning, our programs are designed to equip practising lawyers, aspiring policy professionals and recent graduates with advanced legal knowledge and skills. You will gain hands-on experience undertaking independent research, learning how to evaluate different legal and policy approaches and develop practical solutions to address complex legal challenges.

The Master of Financial Management and Law is a two-year interdisciplinary postgraduate degree highly suited to those working or seeking to work in financial and advisory firms, policy and regulatory bodies, and the legal profession.

Gain a sophisticated understanding of financial systems' intersection with legal and regulatory frameworks.

The Master of International Law and Diplomacy is a two-year interdisciplinary postgraduate degree highly suited to those working or seeking to work in the fields of law, humanitarian aid, economic development, human rights advocacy and diplomacy.

This degree equips future leaders of both diplomatic and legal practice with knowledge and skills to succeed in a changing geopolitical world.

Designed to expand knowledge and develop expertise across a range of key areas of law, the Master of Laws offers a globally recognised advanced law degree.

Open to both law and non-law graduates, you can choose from five specialisations: Human Security Law, International Law, New Technologies Law, Private and Commercial Law, and Public Law.  

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