Note: these lists are subject to change

Students are required to obtain 24 units from the program list, comprising -

  • 8 units for Part A;  and
  • 16 units from Parts B and/or C.

Part A courses

Course code

Units

Course name

Dates

LAWS7710

2

Principles of International Law

6, 7, 27, 28 March

LAWS7711

2

Laws of Armed Conflict

Semester long

LAWS7713

2

Law, Terrorism and Human Rights

Semester long

Part B courses

Course code

Units

Course name

Dates

LAWS7028

2

International Commercial Dispute Resolution

10, 11, 17, 18 April

LAWS7715

2

States in Transition: Issues in Constitutional & International Law

Semester long

LAWS7851

2

Mediation and Conflict Management

11, 12, 13, 14 March

LAWS7853

2

Law of the World Trade Organisation

Semester long

LAWS7953

2

International Dispute Settlement

Semester long.  Offered in external mode only.

Part B Dissertation/Research project courses

Course code

Units

Course name

Dates

LAWS7825

2

Supervised Research Project

Semester long

LAWS7716

4

Dissertation B

Year long

LAWS7944

4

Dissertation A

Semester long

Download the Research project/dissertation application form (PDF, 104.9 KB).

List of research topics available: PGCW Topics 2021 (PDF, 105 KB)

Note: You are not restricted to the topics on the list. You may contact any academic from our school to discuss a topic that you prefer.

Part C courses

Up to 8 units from Part C of the Master of International Relations course list; or Part B of the Master of International Relations course list with the approval of the program director.

See the Master of International Relations Course List.

Part A courses

Course code

Units

Course name

Dates

LAWS7710

2

Principles of International Law

31 July; 1, 7, 8 August

LAWS7714

2

Refugees, Asylum Seekers & the Law: Rights & Realities

Semester long

Part B courses

Course code

Units

Course name

Dates

LAWS7156

2

International Human Rights Law

Semester long

LAWS7723

2

Current Issues in International Law (Private)
(Topic: International Family Law)

Semester long. Online seminars, Tuesdays, Weeks 2-6, 8-10 from 5:30pm

LAWS7724     2

Current Issues in International Law (Public)
(Topic: Technology & National Security)

Semester long

LAWS7828

2

Cultural Heritage Law

Semester long

LAWS7841

2

Theories in Dispute Resolution

7, 21 Aug; 11, 25 Sept.

LAWS7851

2

Mediation and Conflict Management

4, 5, 9 & 10 September.  Delivered online only.

LAWS7939

2

Comparative Constitutional Law

Semester long

LAWS7970

2

Comparative Criminal Law

Semester long

LAWS7987

2

International Law and Development

6 x 4hr seminars delivered online on 12, 13, 19, 20, 26 & 27 August.

Part B Dissertation/Research project courses

Course code

Units

Course name

Dates

LAWS7825

2

Supervised Research Project

Semester long

LAWS7717

4

Dissertation B

Year long

LAWS7944

4

Dissertation A

Semester long

Download the Research project/dissertation application form (PDF, 104.9 KB).

List of research topics available: PGCW Topics 2021 (PDF, 105 KB)

Note: You are not restricted to the topics on the list. You may contact any academic from our school to discuss a topic that you prefer.

Part C courses

Up to 8 units from Part C of the Master of International Relations course list; or Part B of the Master of International Relations course list with the approval of the program director.

See the Master of International Relations Course List.