I am deeply grateful for what I have been taught. I hope that many more people can benefit from the migration law program at ANU.
ANU uses the world's leading Learning Management System (known locally as Wattle) to deliver online flexibility to its students. Our Program uses a diverse range of online tools to make the learning experience as rich and interactive as possible. Within a structured pace of delivering course content, students can log in to Wattle at any time of the day or night to interact with their teachers and fellow students in online forums and simulations.
Our teachers are practicing migration law specialists, and practicing migration agents who are in touch with the day to day implications of changes to current legislation.
I thank all those concerned who made it possible for me to learn and go out and make them proud
Interactions with teachers
Subject to student demand in each teaching session, we also offer some face to face classes in Sydney. These classes add significant value to the Graduate Certificate - giving students the opportunity to interact with leading migration law professionals on a personal basis.
Students who can't attend face-to-face classes (because, for example, they are overseas, interstate or in remote areas of Australia) are offered additional online resources.
Up to the minute course content
Because migration law changes so frequently, one of the key skills we teach our students is the ability to stay up to date with current legislation.
This puts an onus on us to ensure that what we teach students is the most current version of the law. Our course materials are reviewed and updated each and every session by practicing subject matter experts.