School of law

The Program

The program is open for application to all Australian law students who are in good standing at university and have satisfied unit pre-requisites. To be considered for the program, the students must as have completed as a pre-requisite:

  • Australian Administrative Law; and
  • Australian Constitutional Law.

The following three units are scheduled to be offered in the International Human Rights Law Program:

The units are Murdoch University School of Law units, taught intensively in English. Each unit will be taught in intensive mode over four days a week for three weeks and will be worth 3 credit points. There may also be additional sessions with international jurists.

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Students may enrol in one, two or three units, for a maximum of 9 credit points. Students who successfully complete this Program's units may receive credits towards their LLB, JD or LLM degree at their respective Australian universities. All grades awarded are Murdoch University grades.

Please note that results will not be available until after Board of Examiners approves those results at the end of semester 2.

Download the application & waiver form (DOCX 61KB)