These rules, together with our terms and conditions, form the contractual agreement between The College of Law and people undertaking a non-award subject.
A non-award subject is a standalone course.
Professionals who undertake a non-award subject are not enrolled in the Master of Legal Business (MLB) or the nested courses.
To be eligible for a non-award subject, you need to have either a law degree – or a bachelor’s degree with at least one year of experience working in a legal or quasi-legal services environment.
By enrolling in a non-award subject, you’re confirming that your computer literacy is sufficient to complete the subject.
Students from non-English speaking countries who didn’t complete their undergraduate degree at an English-speaking university must supply an IELTS Certificate. The required IELTS standard is at:
You must satisfy the attendance and participation requirements of your non-award subject to sit for assessment.
If you know that you’ll be absent from scheduled activities, you must notify your Teaching Fellow in advance and request an extension (see Appendix 2 of the MLB Program Manual).
After you complete a non-award subject, you’ll receive a Completion Certificate. Successful completion requires you to:
The assessment rules for our Master of Legal Business Program (see Appendix 2 of the MLB Program Manual) apply to MLB non-award study.
You’ll receive feedback on your assessments via our Learning Portal. You can also access assessment results via our Career Portal as soon as they are released.
If your assessments are interrupted (for a reason out of your control), you can apply for special consideration. You can do this by submitting an application with all supporting documents to your subject’s Teaching Fellow.
The academic conduct policies and procedures for our Master of Legal Business Program apply to MLB non-award study (see Section 3 of the MLB Program Manual).
To enrol in a non-award subject, you must comply with the policies, procedures and rules in Appendix 1, 2 and 6 of the MLB Program Manual.
You can convert up to three non-award subjects into credit for the MLB (including the nested awards).
Credit from external sources do not contribute towards our Graduate Certificates. And the maximum credit that can be granted towards other award programs from all external sources is 50%.
If you’re currently enrolled in our Postgraduate Applied law Program (LLM), you cannot complete a MLB non-award subject as part of the program. However, you can undertake a non-award subject as a standalone unit.
The complaints and disputes policies and procedures for the College’s Master of Legal Business Program apply to our MLB non-award study (see Section 4 of the MLB Program Manual).