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Australian National University

ANU is Ranked 41 Globally for Finance and Accounting

Master of International Law and Diplomacy

In an age of ever-evolving realities, there’s a high demand for graduates capable of shaping our international society. Are you ready? This course is a joint degree that addresses the needs that arise from the unique dynamics of the current political and business landscape where policy, law and dispute resolution intersect.

CRICOS Course Code: 0101475

Master of Financial Management and Law

This unique Master of Financial Management and Law is designed to equip graduates with a sophisticated level of understanding of finance and financial systems, alongside knowledge of the legal and regulatory context and frameworks that shape financial sector activity and decision-making.

CRICOS Course Code: 103872F

Griffith University

Master of International Law Studies

The Master of International Law Studies program will equip a variety of high-achieving, practitioners, professionals and scholars to appreciate, understand, apply and critique international, comparative and globalised law principles, rules and skills in contexts such as international and cross-border transactions and disputes; cross-border family law disputes; cross-border negotiations and private as well as public international law developments. The program is designed to allow talented students to excel in their chosen field and join an intellectual community of scholars interested in both private and public international law and comparative law studies.

CRICOS Course Code: 099995M

La Trobe University

Master of Laws

This master's by research degree is among La Trobe’s most popular. The course provides an opportunity to deepen students' knowledge and understanding of a topic relating to one of the Law School's areas of research expertise, such as the law in context, international and comparative law, and public law. 

CRICOS Course code: 055091D

The University of Newcastle

Juris Doctor and Legal Practice (3 years full time)

Designed for university graduates, Newcastle Law School’s Juris Doctor (JD) and the embedded Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (GDLP) will not only open doors to employment as a lawyer, but will also provide you with professional skills and attributes that are in high demand in other industries and professions.

At most other law schools, after you finish your JD you must then undertake practical legal training and arrange supervised legal workplace experience before you can apply for admission to be a lawyer in Australia. As part of our embedded GDLP however, we provide the requisite practical legal training experience and we also guarantee to arrange the required external supervised workplace placement for you. This means you can be ready to practise law after three years of full-time study, with no need for further supervision or training before you start your legal career.

The JD/GDLP is not only accredited in Australia; with some further study, it can help qualify you to practise law in a number ofother common law countries, including Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

CRICOS Course code: 079631E

Top Occupations


Max entry-level salary (£ x1,000)

High demand in Australia*

Very high demand in Australia**

Very high demand in the UK








Barrister's clerk



Chartered legal executive (England and Wales)



Company secretary



Costs lawyer






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* Likely to qualify for a Skilled Independent or Temporary Graduate visa in Australia.
** Likely to be fast-tracked for visas in Australia.

Top Employers

  • High street solicitors’ practices

  • Local and national government

  • Private practice as a barrister or solicitor

  • The armed forces

  • Legal departments of larger firms

  • Banks

  • Building societies

  • HR departments

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