Doctors/Masters Level

Master of Competition and Consumer Law

1 year full-time/2-4 years part time (part-time study options available)
Parkville campus
Available to Domestic and International students
Course CRICOS code: 081321A

Melbourne Law School's specialisation in competition and consumer law offers advanced expertise and skills in an area of law that is growing, complex, interdisciplinary and crucial to economic welfare at national and international levels. The courses in this specialisation are designed to recognise the economic character of the law, and also to offer an applied focus on issues arising in practice. In addition to providing students with a detailed understanding of the law currently regulating competition and consumer protection, current policy debates and reform initiatives, as well as international and comparative perspectives are at the heart of the program. All of the subjects in the specialty are taught by world leaders in the field, from academia, the profession and government. The specialty also offers a fully online suite of courses and subjects in global competition and consumer law. Students enrolled in on-campus courses are able to take subjects in the online program.


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Fees

Domestic fee place

Indicative total Australian (AF) course fee:
$39,424

Typical Australian (AF) course fee for 2017:
$39,424/year

Estimated fee year 1 and total course fee shown assumes completion of study within one year commencing semester 1.

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.

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