Course delivery & full time study
Most courses are taught intensively over periods of three to eight days. Depending on course choices, as an international student you should be aware that as you are studying full-time there may be lengthy periods during the year (possibly up to two months) in which you will have no formal classes during which time you will only be completing assessment tasks.
All courses, except fully on-line courses have attendance requirements. Mixed mode courses (with classes and on-line component) also require attendance at classes. International students can enrol in online courses provided they make up no more than 25% of their program requirements.
English language requirements
International applicants must meet one of the following English language requirements. Studies conducted and examined entirely in English may fulfil the University's requirements.
An overall score of 7 with at least 7 in writing and at least 6 each other component
TOEFL paper based test
A score or 650 with a Test of Written English (TWE) of 5.0
TOEFL internet based test
A score of 110, with a minimum of 26 in writing and at least 22 in all other sections
nb: Applicants may use the ANU institutional code 0506 for faster processing of results.
Support for international students
The ANU College of Law has an appointed International Student Adviser (who is also an academic staff member) who is available to provide support, help and specific advice to all international students in the Masters program.
Academic Skills and Learning Centre
The Academic Skills and Learning Centre (ASLC) offers ANU students free and confidential help with their academic work. International students are encouraged to take advantage of the resources offered.