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The Education Destination : Australia The Education Destination 2011
anu college of law At least three things mark out the ANU College of Law as distinctive amongst its fellow Australian law schools (many of which are themselves very fine world-class institutions). First, it sits inside an institution — the Australian National University (ANU) — that is consistently rated in international rankings as the leading university in Australia. In 2010, it was rated in the top 20 in the world in the QS World University Rankings. This is a significant achievement for a university founded only in 1946. This high reputation reflects the deliberate design of the ANU from the beginning as Australia’s national university and leading public research-intensive institution, but the benefits of being at the cutting- edge of research and scholarship flow through to our students in many ways. Students are typically taught or supervised by world-class researchers, and even our undergraduates have opportunities to engage in research projects, via internships, honours programs and the like. undergraduate and graduate programs Secondly, the ANU College of Law is unique among the Australian law schools that have both graduate and undergraduate cohorts in having more graduate students than undergraduate. Indeed, the ANU College of Law has the largest graduate program — including coursework certificates, diplomas and degrees and research degrees — in Australia. So it is an excellent place to consider undertaking law study, whether you are interested in the undergraduate LLB degree, that qualifies you for legal practice, or the graduate-entry Juris Doctor (JD) degree, that also qualifies you for legal practice, or any of our myriad of graduate diplomas or masters or doctoral degrees. Australia in general, and the ANU in particular, warmly welcomes international students. International students give us cultural diversity and greatly enrich our student body, to the benefit of locals and international students alike. Moreover, a more diverse student body is a part of the growing trend in the discipline of law to greater internationalisation. The curriculum has increasingly more comparative and international material, and our ANU LLB and JD degrees, as with the like degrees of some other Australian law schools, are recognised for admission to legal practice, not only in Australia but also in a number of other countries (India, Malaysia, and Singapore for example, and partially in the US and the UK) as well. Reputation for excellence Thirdly, the ANU College of Law is widely recognised, not only for its high reputation for the excellence and quality of its educational programs, but also for its strong commitment to a broader ethos for its graduates than merely being good lawyers in a technical sense. Whether you are in an undergraduate or a postgraduate program, we endeavour to inspire you to use your legal knowledge and your legal skills, throughout your career, to work for the improvement of the law and the operation of the legal system and for the achievement of social justice. I warmly welcome you to join our global community in the ANU College of Law, at our beautiful campus in the heart of Australia’s ‘bush’ capital, Canberra. ■ Study law in a global community The anu college of law at the australian national university is recognised for its excellent programs and its strong commitment to a broader ethos of law reform and social justice. Professor Michael coper, Dean of law at the college, explains the university’s approach to inspire successful, skilled graduates. Top: The ANU College of Law has the largest graduate program in Australia. Above: Professor Michael Coper, Dean of Law, ANU College of Law. ‘The curriculum has increasingly more comparative and international material, and our ANU LLB and JD degrees are recognised for admission to legal practice, not only in Australia but also in a number of other countries.’ finD ouT MoRe web: http://law.anu.edu.au/ email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +61 2 6125 3483 ANU COLLEGE OF LAW http://law.anu.edu.au THE ANU COLLEGE OF LAW The ANU College of Law is one of Australia’s leading law schools. Established in 1960 as the Faculty of Law, the ANU College of Law is the 7th oldest of Australia’s 29 law schools, and has produced graduates who are now leaders in their chosen fields all over the world. It is also home to some of Australia’s best-known and most outstanding legal scholars and teachers, and to flagship publications such as the Federal Law Review and the Australian Year Book of International Law. Located in the national capital, seat of the national Parliament, the federal Executive, and the High Court, the ANU College of Law is, in a sense, Australia’s ‘national’ law school. Accordingly, it has special strengths in a number of areas, including international law and public law, and it draws its students and staff from all over Australia, as well as from overseas. The ANU College of Law offers a range of undergraduate and graduate programs leading to admission to practice law: Bachelor of Laws (LLB), combined degrees with the LLB, Juris Doctor (JD). These programs incorporate a number of special opportunities such as internships, clinical programs and overseas exchanges. The College also offers a range of graduate diploma and masters programs for lawyers and non-lawyers in the following areas: Law, Governance and Development (new for 2011) Government and Commercial law Environmental Law International Law Legal Practice Migration Law Programs for lawyers are designed to develop their expertise for professional practice. Programs for non-lawyers are designed for those who wish to acquire familiarity with legal issues with the opportunity for supervised research and writing. Most courses are offered intensively. Research degrees of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD), Master of Philosophy (MPhil) are also offered with access to cutting-edge research and scholarship. For more details please visit http://law.anu.edu.au or contact +61 2 6125 9554, email@example.com Testimonials “I chose to study law at the ANU because it has a well established Law School. Canberra provides an extremely conducive environment for students to study and live.” Gary Khoo, Malaysia, Bachelor of Laws “The Law school has some of the best legal minds in Australia. It offers small size tutorials which provide an intimate study environment for students to have free, open and deep discussions while being guided by the tutors . I love Canberra!Itisagreatplacetostudy – beautifuland spacious.” Angelina Zhang, China, Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws “Embarking on a law degree may seem hard at first, but this is all part of a learning curve . I believe that the study of law empowers me with the knowledge to make various important decisions in life.” Kenn Lim, Singapore, Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Laws “It is a degree that opens doors, it challenges and broadens your mind and abilities, and it is internationally relevant and recognised.Ilearnsomethingneweverydayandifyou’repass- ionate, it will be the best decision you’ll ever make.” Anna Koestenbauer, Austria, Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws “There is a personal touch to everything. Law School staff take time and effort to respond to each student’s queries and doubts.” Sathiya Muthiah, Singapore, Master of Government & Commercial Law “I chose to undertake my research at ANU, because of the Law School’s strong focus on international law. One of the best things about research at the ANU College of Law is the level of supervision available and the efforts made to integrate research students into the College’s academic community.” Fanny Thornton, Germany, Doctor of Philosophy 102 Australia – The Education Destination
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