Graduate Diploma in International Business Law (GradDipIntBusLaw)
Sydney Law School is an acknowledged leader in the field of international law. Its staff and expertise are well-respected and the scholarship of the Faculty extends across the entire spectrum of international law. Candidates can undertake units
that have a comparative focus or those that examine the international rules that govern the globe as a whole. It is a unique program in that it permits the study of core areas of international law with a variety of specialisations.
The Graduate Diploma in International Business Law (GradDipIntBusLaw) is a strong qualification in international law suitable for candidates who are not drawn to either the Master of International Law (MIL) nor the Master of International Business & Law (MIntBusLaw).
Applications are still open. However, some units may have restricted class size and compulsory units may run early in the semester. It is strongly recommended that applicants submit their application on time to avoid disappointment. Please contact the Postgraduate Team for further details.
Please read through How to apply and ensure all relevant application documents are available to upload before applying online:
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A relevant undergraduate degree at an appropriate level.
24 credit points to complete, equivalent to four units of study. The units are taken from the area of International Law as well as those relevant to the discipline. Legal Reasoning and the Common Law System is not a compulsory unit but it may be a co/pre-requisite for some units of study.
Each unit of study entails 26 contact hours. Units are offered on a semester length basis or intensive basis. Semester length units are taught once a week over 13 weeks on either a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday evening between 6pm and 8pm. Intensive units of study condense the 26 hours over a period of four to five days. The units are then taught between 9am and 5pm over a block period. For example, an intensive unit may be taught two consecutive days one week and then two consecutive days in a fortnight's time. All classes are held in the Law School or another Sydney CBD location.
|ATTENDANCE||CREDIT POINTS (CP) PER SEMESTER||MAXIMUM
(from first enrolment)
|FULL-TIME||18-24 CP||3 YEARS*|
|PART-TIME||max 12 CP||3 YEARS*|
Units of study
Core Units of Study (2014)
|Comparative International Taxation|
|International Business Law|
|International Commercial Arbitration|
To assist candidates with selection of taxation law unit options, please consult with the Taxation Program Co-ordinator.
The Sydney Law School has a long history of research and scholarship in international law. A number of prominent international lawyers have taught at the Faculty and the Challis Chair of International Law demonstrates the commitment of the Faculty to both teaching and scholarship in the area. For further information, please refer to the Our People section of the website.