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The Master of Laws (LLM) program is specifically designed for law graduates in the workforce and new law graduates seeking to enhance their opportunities. The LLM delivers highly transportable knowledge and skills to enable you to succeed in globally competitive legal and business environments.

Duration Master of Laws: 1 year full-time
Master of Laws (Advanced): 1.5 years full-time
Domestic students may undertake these programs on a part-time basis
Location St Lucia
Commencement Semester 1 (February/March), or Semester 2 (July)
Entry requirements A student must –
a)  hold either –
(i) an approved bachelor of laws degree, with a GPA of 4.5; or
(ii)  a qualification approved by the Executive Dean; or
b)  be a barrister or solicitor of 3 years standing of the Supreme Court of an Australian State or Territory.
English proficiency Minimum IELTS scores: overall 6.5; reading 6; writing 6; speaking 6; listening 6. Refer to the UQ English proficiency policy
Total units of study
Master of Laws: 16 units (#) from the Master of Laws Course List of which only #4 may be from Part B
Master of Laws (Advanced): 24 units (#) from the Master of Laws Course List (of which only #4 may be from Part B)


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