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Master of Business Law
Master of Business Law

Master of Business Law

  • ID:UA610329
  • Level:Master's Degree
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Admission Requirements

Entry Requirements

Bachelor degree or equivalent in a field other than Law with a minimum GPA of 5.0. This program is suited to applicants with a background in business and commerce. Applicants with a Bachelor of Laws or equivalent are not eligible for entry.

English Requirements

  • IELTS: Overall 6.5, Reading 6, Listening 6, Speaking 6, Writing 6

  • TOEFL: Overall 79, Reading 13, Listening 13, Speaking 18, Writing 21

  • Pearson: Overall 58, Reading 50, Listening 50, Speaking 50, Writing 50

  • C1 Advanced: Overall 176, Reading 169, Listening 169, Speaking 169, Writing 169

Course Information

A competitive edge in business

  • Want to bolster your business skills with legal expertise?  

  • The ability to understand, analyse and use legal information can be critical for strength and longevity in the business realm. Postgraduate law courses provide an overview of legal issues within a contemporary business context.

What will you do

Our Master of Business Law caters to the needs of busy professionals. The majority of courses are taught intensively over one or two weeks and some include evening and weekend sessions. Intakes occur in late February and late July. You will:

  • learn about different laws affecting your business sector

  • build legal communication skills

  • undertake a substantial research project

  • learn best practices for dealing with legal and regulatory challenges

  • broaden your networks through the University’s Lex Salus, Next Steps and Law Students' Society events.

CRICOS: 081156J

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Core Courses

To satisfy the requirements for Core Courses students must complete courses to the value of 3 units.

All of the following courses must be completed:

Course Title

  • Introduction to Australian Law


To satisfy the requirements for Research students must complete courses to the value of 6 units.

Students must complete either:

Courses to the value of 6 units from the following:

Two 7,000 - 8,000 word extended research essays chosen from any postgraduate coursework Law elective course. The research essays will be in addition to any other course assessment requirements. Where a research essay is part of the course assessment, the word limit will be extended to 7,000 - 8,000 words to satisfy this requirement. The extended research essay option can be undertaken for any elective course during the program


Courses to the value of 6 units from the following:

Students must complete at least 9 units of the coursework before commencing the Dissertation option. Entry into LAW 7025 is by application only.

Course Title

  • Dissertation (PG)

Elective Courses

To satisfy the requirements for Elective Courses students must complete courses to the value of 39 units.

Courses to the value of 39 units from the following:

Course Title

  • Comparative Constitutional Law (PG)

  • Mining and Energy Law

  • Law of Debtor and Creditor (PG)

  • International Environmental Law (PG)

  • Technology, Law and Society (PG)

  • Corp Gov & Sec Reg:Int & Comp Perspectives PG

  • Comparative Corporate Rescue Law (PG)

  • Competition Law: Comparative Perspectives (PG)

  • Corporate Governance (PG)

  • European Union Law (PG)

  • Globalisation & the Legal Regulation of Work (PG)

  • Selected Issues in Intellectual Property Law (PG)

  • Government, Business & Regulation (PG)

  • Intellectual Property Law (PG)

  • International Commercial Arbitration (PG)

  • Private International Law(PG)

  • International Criminal Law (PG)

  • International Energy Law (PG)

  • International Trade Law (PG)

  • Work Relationships and the Law

  • Transitional Justice (PG)

  • Sport Law (PG)

  • Insurance Law (PG)

  • International Trade Transactions and the Law (PG)

  • Insolvency Law

  • Transnational Business & Human Rights

  • Perspectives on Property Law & Society

  • Workplace Bargaining

  • European Business Law

  • International Financial Regulation

  • Advanced Contract Law

  • International Humanitarian Law

  • Health, Medical and Biotech Law

  • International Franchising and the Law

  • Personal Property Security Law

  • Migration Law

  • Corporate Law: Selected Issues

  • Comparative Migration Law

  • Water Resources Law

  • Bioethics and the Law

  • Internet Law

  • Competition and Consumer Law

  • Criminal Law: Selected Issues

  • National Security Law and Technology

  • Company Merger and Acquisition Law

  • Anti-discrimination Law: Practice and Theory PG

  • Transnational Organised Crime

  • International Economic Law (PG)

  • Human Rights: International Perspectives (PG)

  • Legal Ethics

  • Selected Issues - Military Operations Law

  • Public International Law

  • The Law of Weaponry

  • Strategic Space Law

  • Maritime Law and Geopolitics in the Asian Region

  • Advanced Comparative Law

  • Comparative Law: Selected Issues

  • International Insolvency Law

  • Planning Law

  • Contemporary Issues in Law

  • Introduction to Environmental Law PG

  • Advanced Legal Research and Writing

  • Commercial Space Law

  • Government, Law and Policy

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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

  • Manager / Business Management, Auditor, Business Analyst, Business Consultant, Business Management, Business Manager, Commercial and Operation Analyst, Commercialisation Manager, Government or Corporate Policy Adviser, Taxation Officer, International Trade or Business Analyst.

Ability to settle

Overseas Student Health Cover

Overseas student health cover: $609 per year

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