Australian National University - ANU College of Law

Programme bei

Australian National University - ANU College of Law

Study law where the law is made.“

Program types

Full time

Part time

Distance Learning

Postgraduate and Higher Degree Study programs

Master degrees

Designed to expand knowledge and develop expertise across a range of key areas of law, the Master of Laws offers a globally recognised advanced law degree.

The Master of Financial Management and Law is a two-year interdisciplinary postgraduate degree highly suited to those working or seeking to work in financial and advisory firms, policy and regulatory bodies, and the legal profession.

The Master of International Law and Diplomacy is a two-year interdisciplinary postgraduate degree highly suited to those working or seeking to work in the fields of law, humanitarian aid, economic development, human rights advocacy and diplomacy.


Graduate certificates

The Graduate Certificate of Law is ideal for those who have completed a Bachelor’s degree in another discipline and wish to develop their knowledge of Australian and international legal systems and how laws are created, interpreted and applied. 

From automation and artificial intelligence to cryptocurrency and climate change, the courses covered in this graduate certificate will prepare you to tackle emerging challenges and drive innovation in the constantly evolving world of law and technology. 



The ANU Juris Doctor (JD) is an internationally recognised program designed for graduates of non-law disciplines, and provides the qualification required for admission as a lawyer in Australia and some other jurisdictions.


Higher Degree Research

Allowing you to gain a research degree in 12 to 24 months, the Master of Philosophy (MPhil) requires the completion of a thesis that makes an original and important contribution to human knowledge, research and development.

Offered to students seeking an opportunity to engage in high quality, independent research, the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) requires submission of a thesis that makes a substantial contribution to learning in the field of law.