Campus or online?

Campus or online

Located in Australia’s capital city, Canberra, the ANU College of Law places students in close proximity to the nation’s law-making and legislative bodies, including the Australian Parliament, the High Court and key government agencies such as the Attorney-General’s Department, Treasury, Prime Minister and Cabinet and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

In many cases, our location means the College is included in the outreach and engagement schedules of international legal experts, practitioners and researchers visiting Canberra, offering students a unique perspective on the interpretation and application of law around the world.

The University’s sprawling, tree-lined campus is purpose-built for learning and sits on the edge of the National Capital’s central business district. At ANU you’ll get the benefits of a big city and the experience of a vibrant, safe and inclusive small town. ANU is proud of our cultural diversity, with staff and students at ANU coming from almost 100 different countries.

The International Student Orientation Program consists of a series of excursions to various key cultural and political sites and landmarks in Canberra. The program is designed to introduce new international and exchange students to Australian political and cultural institutions which are relevant to the study of Australian law.

Our campus also provides a host of student facilities, services and support for your wellbeing, lifestyle, accommodation and entertainment.

The ANU Law Students' Society (LSS) and the ANU International Law Society are also great resources of support, guidance, and a wealth of academic, social and career-oriented activities.

Online programs and courses

If you can't make it to Canberra you can study our Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice* and Master of Legal Practice online. We also offer a wide variety of courses online, as part of a program of study, or as single subjects for professional development. Online study is perfect for people with work or family commitments as you get the quality and rigorous standards of ANU Law, with flexibility to suit your needs.

*The GDLP program is a fully online program, with the exception of the compulsory 4 day face-to-face Becoming a Practitioner course.

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