||Course and stream title
||Master of Human Rights and Democratisation (Asia Pacific Regional Program)
The attendance pattern for this course is full time in the first semester of enrolment.
The master's degree in these resolutions is an advanced learning master's course, as defined by the Coursework Rule.
This course is offered in collaboration with the following institutions:
Gadjah Mada University (Indonesia)
Kathmandu School of Law, Purbanchal University (Nepal)
Mahidol University (Thailand)
University of Colombo (Sri Lanka)
Available places will be offered to qualified applicants based on merit, according to the following admissions criteria. In exceptional circumstances the Dean may admit applicants without these qualifications but whose evidence of experience and achievement is deemed by the Dean to be equivalent.
Admission to candidature for the Master of Human Rights and Democratisation (Asia Pacific Regional Program) requires:
a bachelor's degree with a minimum credit (65%) average calculated over the whole degree, from the University of Sydney, including a major in a relevant subject area in the humanities or social sciences, or an equivalent qualification; or
a Bachelor of Laws degree with a minimum credit (65%) average calculated over the whole degree, or an equivalent qualification.
The units of study that may be taken for this course are set out in the Postgraduate Table of Units of Study for the Human Rights and Democratisation subject area.
Candidates for the Master of Human Rights and Democratisation (Asia Pacific Regional Program) are required to complete 60 credit points, including:
30 credit points of core units of study to be completed at the University of Sydney;
12 credit points of core units of study to be completed at one of the collaborating institutions; and
18 credit points of elective units of study to be completed, at the same collaborating institution, as a research component comprising either a dissertation, internship, or coursework units of study.
A candidate for the Master of Human Rights and Democratisation (Asia Pacific Region Program) may elect to discontinue study and transfer to the Master of Human Rights with full credit for the units of study completed, with the approval of the Dean.
The Master of Human Rights and Democratisation (Asia Pacific Regional Program) will be conferred by the University of Sydney and the relevant collaborating institution, under a conjoint agreement.
These resolutions apply to students who commenced their candidature after 1 January 2011.
Candidates who commenced prior to 1 January 2011 will complete the requirements in accordance with the resolutions in force at the time of their commencement, provided that requirements are completed by 1 January 2016. The Faculty may specify a later date for completion or specify alternative requirements for completion of candidatures that extend beyond this time.