About the Course
The Postgraduate Diploma in International Law/ International Human Rights Law/International Commercial Law is an internationally recognised postgraduate law degree. It is obtained by completing a one year full-time programme. It is also possible to spread the modules over two years, which can be structured individually for you following a meeting with the Programme Director. There are three types of Postgraduate Diploma in International Law on offer at Griffith College, all of which are international in focus - a key advantage in today's globalised legal landscape.
Classes are run in the evening time, typically three evenings a week and three Saturday mornings in the year. Assessment is by means of written assignments combined with examinations.
This process will develop student knowledge and skills in critical analysis. This preparation will allow an exchange of ideas to develop during seminars in order to delve deeper into topics and aid the student's broader understanding. Students can choose from various electives to emerge with either a Postgraduate Diploma in Arts in International Commercial Law, International Human Rights Law, or International Law (General).
Students may tailor their degrees to suit their interests and through their subject choice they will emerge with a Postgraduate Diploma in Arts in International Commercial Law, International Human Rights Law, or International Law (General).
What makes our Postgraduate Diploma unique?
– Evening lectures suit those who are working full time
– Flexible time schedule for Programme over one or two years
– Opportunities to participate in Postgraduate Conference in International Law
– Opportunities to participate in international law competitions with Faculty guidance and support