La Trobe University

Master of Laws in Global Business Law


Start dates
Semester 1 (March) 2019
1.5 years or part-time equivalent.
Fees and costs
$32,800 per 120 credit points.
Note: 120 credit points represents full-time study for one year.

Explore key issues and challenges in commercial law and practice in areas of global interest. Leading academics and commercial practitioners will help you to build on your knowledge and skills in an existing area of interest or specialisation, such as Asian or US law, or move into an international business environment for the first time.

Subjects are usually delivered in block mode over five days during the winter and summer semesters. Some subjects may be offered during Semesters 1 and 2. These subjects are recognised by other Australian law schools, and cross-institutional study is welcome.

In any semester, a minor thesis of 12 000 words equivalent to two subjects may be undertaken subject to approval. All subjects offered are capable of being credited to other LLM programs in Australia.

Entry requirements


Applicants must have completed a law degree.

NB: Meeting minimum prerequisites does not guarantee an offer of a place. Entry into all La Trobe courses is based on competitive selection and there may be limited places available.

Career outcomes

Academia, the legal profession, politics, business and commerce, government service, and public administration.

Fees and costs

Course fees

$32,800 per 120 credit points.
Note: 120 credit points represents full-time study for one year.


Scholarships are available for both current and future students. Find out what La Trobe scholarship opportunities might be available to you.

How to apply

Applications for Semester 1, 2019 will open later this year.

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Additional information

The Law School may offer 60 credit points of Advanced Standing if you hold a TEQSA level eight qualification and/or if you have been admitted to practice as a barrister or solicitor in Australia or equivalent in your home jurisdiction. The program can then be completed in 12 months with 120 credit points (8 x 15 subjects). Advanced Standing applications will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis.

See Student Handbook for more details

The Handbook contains detailed course information designed for enrolled students, including course structures, electives and options. The delivery of this course can vary between campuses. For detailed information please select the relevant campus: