Master of International Law

Griffith University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00233E

The Master of International Law program will equip a range of qualified professionals to understand and apply international and globalised law principles in contexts such as cross-border transactions and disputes; cross-border family law disputes; public international law developments and cross-border negotiations. The program is designed to give students a competitive edge in the legal, academic, government, business, engineering and other professions where greater skills and knowledge in the field of international and global law are increasingly being required. Students will complete 120 credit points over two years part time with twelve courses per year over six teaching periods. All content will be delivered online.


  • Global Dimensions of Intellectual Property Law
  • International Commercial Litigation and Arbitration
  • International Criminal Law
  • International Environmental Law
  • International Family Law and Litigation
  • International Financial Transactions and Taxation
  • International Human Rights
  • International Negotiations
  • International Trade Law
  • Investor State Arbitration
  • Listed electives and/or Free-choice electives
  • The Law of International Organisations
  • Transitional Justice

Standard entry requirements

Related Bachelor degree or higher


Griffith University grants credit and recognition of prior learning which may relate to prior formal learning or prior informal and non-formal learning. For more information, please visit the following website: Credit transfer Griffith's innovative Credit Precedent Database allows you to find out what credit decisions have been made in the past. These precedents will give you an idea of what you can expect. View credit precedents for this program

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