Sydney Law School's collaboration with University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, and National University of Singapore provides you with the opportunity to complete your final semester abroad and earn a masters degree at another world leading law school. This program is designed to open up your pathways, providing you with global opportunities while also gaining a life-changing experience.
Upon successful completion of your studies abroad, you would be awarded with a Sydney Bachelor of Laws (LLB) or Juris Doctor (JD), and a masters degree from your chosen international university.
Find out about our current collaborations with University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, and National University of Singapore, and what you can study.
Bachelor of Civil Law
Oxford University’s Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) is one of the most highly esteemed master’s-level qualifications in the common-law world. You will be expected to analyse complex material critically and to consider it from different perspectives. Attention to legal puzzles is combined with discussion of underlying policy problems, and you would be expected to contribute to debate.
You will meet and study with students from a range of countries and backgrounds in the seminars – a diversity that stimulates variety and depth in discussions. Find out more
Master of Law and Finance
The Masters of Law and Finance consists of core and elective study. You will undertake the following core courses:
You then have the option of completing a further two law courses, or one dissertation and one law course. Find out more
Master of Laws (LLM)
The Cambridge Law Faculty offers a world-renowned, internationally-respected LLM program. As a highly-qualified and intellectually-outstanding student, this one-year coursework offers you the opportunity to pursue your legal studies at an advanced level in a challenging and supportive environment.
The program has rich historical traditions and attracts students of the highest calibre from both common law and civil law jurisdictions. Find out more
Master of Corporate Law (MCL)
The MCL is taught by the Cambridge Law Faculty's team of corporate lawyers, widely recognised as one of the strongest in the corporate law field. The MCL, the first entirely new degree in Law to be established by Cambridge University since the nineteenth century, has been designed to combine practical insights with academic and theoretical rigour and thus constitutes an ideal graduate program if you want to strengthen your credentials as a business lawyer and if you have an academic career in mind. Find out more
Master of Laws (LLM)
The flagship LLM by coursework program offers a wide variety of elective modules. Should you enrol in the LLM program, you can do so without a specialisation, or you could select any of the following six specialisations National University of Singapore offer:
- Asian Legal Studies
- Corporate and Financial Services Law
- Intellectual Property and Technology Law
- International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
- International and Comparative Law
- Maritime Law