To be considered for entry to the Master of Global Competition and Consumer Law, you must have completed:
- A degree in a relevant discipline and;
- One year of documented relevant professional experience.
A degree in a ‘relevant discipline’ would include but not necessarily be limited to a degree in law, economics, commerce or business.
'Relevant professional experience’ will be considered to include work in the field of competition and/or consumer policy, law or economics in legal practice, in the private or public sectors, in a government body such as a department responsible for economic policy, a competition or consumer enforcement authority or related regulatory or enforcement agency or non-governmental organisation.
Meeting these requirements makes you eligible for selection but does not guarantee selection.
In ranking applications, the Selection Committee will consider:
- Prior academic performance; and
- Professional work experience.
In considering whether to admit an applicant the Selection Committee will also consider:
- The quality of the degree(s) that the applicant has previously been awarded
- The standing and reputation of the university or universities that awarded the degree(s)
- The duration and type of work experience the applicant has obtained
- The relevance of the applicant’s work experience to the course for which they have applied.
The Selection Committee may seek further information to clarify any aspect of an application in accordance with the Student Application and Selection Procedure.
Applicants are required to satisfy the University’s English language requirements for postgraduate courses. For those applicants seeking to meet these requirements by one of the standard tests approved by the Academic Board, performance band 6.5 is required.
Students taking the course from overseas are not required to have an international student visa.
Most courses have multiple intakes per year. Check the dates of upcoming terms.
Discuss your eligibility
Speak with a dedicated online student support consultant to clarify any questions about entry requirements, including prior academic performance and professional experience.