Combined Master of International Relations and Master of International Law
Developing international leaders for a global future
Transform your career - graduate with two masters degrees in two years by completing a Master of International Relations in combination with a Master of International Law.
The University of Western Australia, through the cross-disciplinary expertise of the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Arts, is providing a one of a kind opportunity for graduates to attain two sought after qualifications through the combined Master of International Relations and Master of International Law.
Suited to both legal and non-legal professionals, students acquire both qualifications in a shorter time frame than if undertaking them individually through the granting of advanced standing of key relevant units.
Master of International Relations
The Master of International Relations is a professionally-oriented postgraduate degree that equips graduates with the advanced academic training and essential practical skills required to gain employment and operate effectively in a range of careers that require expertise about our complex, dynamic and globalised world.
Master of International Law
The Master of International Law is taught by a team of international experts and is equally appropriate to Law and non-Law professionals. Graduates attain a sound understanding of the theory and practice of international law and how international institutions work.
If completing as two separate degrees consecutively
- Master of International Relations: 1.5 years (12 units)
- Master of International Law : 1 year (8 units)
If completing as combined degree concurrently
Graduate in 2 years (6 months early)
(Comprises of 10 International Relations units and 6 International Law units)
Applicants must meet the admission requirements for both their chosen courses.
How to apply
Applications need to be made for both degrees separately.
Information in this publication is correct as at September 2014, but is subject to change from time to time. In particular, the University reserves the right to change the content and/or the method of presentation and/ or the method of assessment of any unit of study, to withdraw any unit of study or course which it offers, to impose limitations on enrolment in any unit or course and/ or to vary arrangements for any course.
Last updated February 5, 2016