The Master of International Law

23 May 2014

The Master of International Law is Sydney Law School's flagship qualification in transnational, comparative and international law.

It draws on the strength of Sydney Law School as an acknowledged leader in international law teaching and research.

It is informed by the Sydney Centre for International Law (SCIL), which is a leading centre of research, teaching and practice in international law in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.

The Master of International Law is built upon a solid foundation of core study and is one of the largest in the Asia-Pacific.

Over 75 units are listed within the international law program, of which 50 are offered each year.

Applications are open for Semester 2 2014 and forthcoming units include:

Anti-Terrorism Law

Human Rights and the Global Economy

International Commercial Arbitration

International Criminal Law

International Dispute Resolution

International Human Rights

Law of Economic Integration in the EU

The State and Global Governance

You can also include units as part of Sydney Law School's Offshore Program, such as:

Climate Disaster Law - Clare College, Cambridge - 7-11 July 2014

Philosophy of Law - Humboldt Law School, Berlin - 17-23 July 2014

Chinese Laws & Chinese Legal Systems - East China University of Politics & Law, Shanghai - 24 November - 12 December 2014


Apply for the Master of International Law for Semester 2 2014

Order an Information Pack or download the material

You can also order an Information Pack that includes the 2014 Sydney Law School Postgraduate Law Guide.


Contact: Greg Sherington

Phone: +61 2 9351 0202

Email: 05013450593a1257251a091f3f092a2214100c23213a4b0329445b0c02