Studying a masters in law at usyd with a bachelors at another university (1 Viewer)

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I'm asking for a friend who is considering studying a Masters degree in law and specialising in criminology, international law or human rightrs law.

She is considering the University of Sydney, not only because it appears to have a rigorous law program but it is also close to her workplace and therefore quite convenient.

She studied undergraduate law at Macquarie University and according to the Uni of Sydney website they state that students with a undergraduate law degree from usyd law can apply for masters but it doesn't make clear whether students from other institutions or universities can apply if they completed bachelor of laws degrees.

Just wanted clarification if the University of Sydney Masters law program is open to students from any institution or only Usyd students.

Thanks
 

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Sydney Law School Handbook 2016 said:
(3) Admission to candidature for the Master of Laws requires:
(a) a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Sydney with a minimum credit average, or an equivalent qualification; or
(b) completion of the requirements of an embedded graduate diploma with a minimum credit average, or an equivalent qualification.
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I'm asking for a friend who is considering studying a Masters degree in law and specialising in criminology, international law or human rightrs law.

She is considering the University of Sydney, not only because it appears to have a rigorous law program but it is also close to her workplace and therefore quite convenient.

She studied undergraduate law at Macquarie University and according to the Uni of Sydney website they state that students with a undergraduate law degree from usyd law can apply for masters but it doesn't make clear whether students from other institutions or universities can apply if they completed bachelor of laws degrees.

Just wanted clarification if the University of Sydney Masters law program is open to students from any institution or only Usyd students.

Thanks
depending on where she works, some places will pay for her masters
might be worthwhile to explore that option
 

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