Study specialised units on foreign trade and customs law in Germany and then undertake an active work practicum in a large multinational corporation, such as Volkswagen, Airbus industries or Pricewaterhouse Coopers. The components are taught at the Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences based in Wolfenbüttel, a picturesque town in Northern Germany, located on the Oker River.

About the program

This program is ONLY available to Murdoch Law students. Places are limited and students must be able to commit to the full program, (from March to Oct) and be of good academic standing. So that placements can be arranged EOI's are called for in October for the following year. Those wishing to apply need to supply a cover letter, current CV and academic transcript to be considered.

As this program runs from March, students will not be able to take first semester units, unless it is an intensive. The summer intensives before and or after the program, and the winter *Macerata program are available for those students wanting to take a full credit point load in the year.

This program involves three parts and is all available for credit: (up to 15 credit points). All parts must be completed.

  • Part 1 (End Feb - End June)
    Study specialised intensive modules at the Brunswyck European Law School (BELS), for example: International Taxation and/or Export Control & Customs Law (to equate to a minimum of 3 credit points to be converted from the European Credit Transfer System).
  • Part 2 - (In July)
    Study one unit at Macerata: International Trade (3 points) (the other two units at Macerata can also be taken if you are looking for additional credit points).
  • Part 3 - (approx. Aug, Sept, and Oct)
    (LLB301 WIL - International work placement in a special department of a multinational, multibillion dollar corporation (such as Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC), Ernst & Young, WABCO, Volkswagen and others, subject to placement availability (3 points).

Contact and applications

The number of positions for each program is limited, and demand often outstrips availability.

For further information and enquiries, contact:

Sonia Walker
Phone: +618 9360 2975