Graduate Diploma in International Economic Law
International economic law is a field of international law encompassing the conduct of states in international economic relations, as well as the conduct of private parties involved in cross-border economic and business transactions. The Melbourne Law School program includes a diverse mix of subjects devoted to this important field of practice and study, including international trade law (such as the World Trade Organization and preferential trade agreements); international investment law; international financial law (including the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund); and international commercial arbitration. The program is ideal for legal practitioners as well as governmental representatives, development specialists, economists, political scientists and others working in the field.
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Typical course fee for 2018:
The typical course fee per year is calculated on the basis of one full-time year of study (1 EFTSL). If a course duration is less than one year, you will pay the indicative total course fee. Actual fees vary depending on the subjects you are taking. The University reviews fees annually. The indicative total course fee is based on typical subject enrolments, and includes an indexation of 5% per annum. More information about tuition fees.
If you have completed post-secondary study, you may be eligible for credit/advanced standing towards your studies at the University. Find out more.