Eligibility and fees

Entry requirements

The award programs (Master of Legal Business, Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificates) are open to all professionals working in the legal services industry, including those who may not have a law degree. 

Requirements:

  1. An undergraduate law degree, or
  2. Any undergraduate degree plus at least 1 year relevant work experience in the legal services industry*, or
  3. At least 5 years' relevant work experience in the legal services industry*.

    * Applicants will be considered on a case by case basis and must submit a personal statement and supporting documentation that covers: 
    - work experience and current work environment (duration and type); 
    - relevance of the work experience to the course;
    - evidence as to why that work experience demonstrates equivalence with an undergraduate degree;
    - evidence of professional certificates/short courses and capacity to learn, research and be assessed at the requisite level. 

 Students from non-English speaking countries who did not complete their undergraduate degree at an English speaking university must supply an IELTS Certificate. The requisite IELTS standard is at level 8 (writing), 7 (listening), 7.5 (speaking), 7 (reading), and 7.5 overall.

 

Fees

The tuition fee for each Master of Legal Business subject is AUD$3,000.

The course and subject fees are the same for domestic and international students.

Indicative fee to complete the Master of Legal Business: AUD$36,000
Indicative fee to complete the Graduate Diploma of Legal Business: AUD$18,000
Indicative fee to complete the Graduate Certificates: AUD$12,000

Fees are subject to review and may increase annually. The indicative fees are an estimated average and include tuition only. The amount you pay will depend on the year, your chosen subjects and study load.

FEE-HELP is a loan scheme that helps eligible fee-paying students pay all or part of their tuition fees. FEE-HELP may be available to eligible students.

 

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