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Master of International Law University of Sydney

2.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Masters Degree
Sydney
1.0 year Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

An acknowledged leader in international law, Sydney Law School offers a unique program allowing combination of core areas with a variety of specialisations.

Our international law program prepares you for professional work and academic research in the fields of public international law and international policy by equipping you with skills and knowledge to negotiate the legal and policy issues affecting relations between states; between states and international organisations; and between states and individuals.

The Master of International Law also offers you the opportunity to complete an optional International Law Research Project, worth the equivalent of two units of study.

Majors

International Law

Careers

The Master of International Law (MIL) is designed for lawyers or non-lawyers who wish to upgrade their qualification(s) for the purposes of career advancement or...

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Average ratings for Master of International Law University of Sydney based on 1 review
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Student Reviews

February 2018
Year completed 2019

Negative: The lecturers are not encouraging and did not encourage student involvement

My advice to future students is: Have a strong background in law

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