Single unit study without assessment

Under single unit study without assessment, you can attend lectures, receive relevant reading materials, and gain access to the unit's online e-learning website. You do not need to undertake assignments or examinations.

Units are offered by one of two methods:

  • Semester length - attendance one night per week for 13 weeks between from 6 to 8pm (or as otherwise specified).
  • Intensive - intensive units conducted over four or five days from 9am to 5pm (or as otherwise specified).

Generally, under mandatory continuing legal education (MCLE) and continuing professional development (CPD) rules and guidelines you may claim one 'unit' for each hour of attendance (refreshment breaks are not included).

Postgraduate units of study include approximately 26 hours of lectures.


Single unit study without assessment costs $2999.

Further information

We accept online registrations paid via credit card (Visa and Mastercard).

For cheque payments, please contact Carla Viola.

Please note: you will not receive a formal University of Sydney grade or academic transcript or credit towards any future award courses if you complete a unit without assessment. Course completion can be counted as CPD or MCLE points only. Class sizes are limited and students enrolled in a degree program receive preference if classes become fully subscribed.

For further information on single unit study without assessment and registration please contact Carla Viola

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Conditions of registration

Despite any publication or announcement, the University may change or cancel arrangements for courses or units of study, including in respect of staffing, content or location. The University will use reasonable endeavours to update the timetable with respect to any cancellation or change. The University will not be liable to any student for any consequential loss suffered as a result of cancellation or change, including travel or other costs incurred. Please consult the Postgraduate Timetable, also available in pdf format for the latest information.