Bachelor of Laws

See Bachelors of Laws in International Law Studies in Australia

Most Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree programs last three or four years. Some schools have programs designed to fit students’ interests in a specific sector of law such as European law before they start practicing in the field.

International law studies can help individuals to understand laws from the perspective of multiple nations around the world. For those involved in the international commercial sector, this field can help provide a more thorough understanding of the possible results or consequences of actions on a global scale.

Australia education is mainly the responsibility of the government. The government fully funds the public university education while it partially funds the private university education. Australia being an English-spoken country, most of students from countries whose english is the first language often loves studying in this country

LL.B. in International Law Studies in Australia

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Australian National University (ANU) - Law

The Bachelor of Laws (Honours) at ANU is an internationally respected, world-class undergraduate law degree. ANU is Australia’s top-ranked university with a global reputa ... [+]

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The ANU Bachelor of Laws (Honours) is an internationally respected, world-class undergraduate law degree.

ANU is Australia’s national university with a global reputation in international, constitutional, public and private law. ANU is Australia's top-ranked university and is ranked 12th in the world for the study of law (QS World Rankings by Subject, 2018).

ANU Law School provides its undergraduate students with a unique understanding of current law and practice. Our teaching approach combines academic rigour with practical expertise. You will gain in-depth knowledge about the role and function of law, and develop an advanced understanding of how law influences and impacts almost every aspect of our world.... [-]

Australia Canberra
January 2020
4 - 10 years
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