have accepted your offer you will be emailed your password and uni ID.
You must then follow the instructions provided here and enrol online through
International students should discuss your enrolment with us when you arrive in Canberra. Please Contact us to arrange an appointment.
It is the
student's responsibility to ensure the program requirements are met and that
all compulsory and required courses are completed so that the program can be
About this degree
How to choose courses and enrol
- Consult the program
requirements on the Programs and Courses page to see which courses you can
choose. For the Master of Laws in Government and Regulation you must ensure 36 of your 48 units are in Government and Regulation courses.
- Look at the Masters program timetable to see when courses are offered and which specialisation they belong to. The Graduate Coursework Timetable is available on the ANU College of Law, Masters Program site.
- Check that you meet the prerequisites for the course.
- Enrol in the course on ISIS - for information on how to do this please go to http://www.anu.edu.au/students/program-administration/enrolment/enrol-for-the-first-time-as-a-coursework-student
Legal Framework of Regulation
If you do not hold a completed Law degree (LLB or JD) then LAWS8587 Legal Framework of Regulation is a prerequisite to many of the Government and Regulation law courses and must be completed first. You may have already completed this course within the Graduate Certificate of Law.
Each student will commence their program on a different date depending on what courses they have chosen. Please see the timetable.
The ANU College of Law has a strict attendance policy for face-to-face intensive classes. You must attend 100% of scheduled classes, whether they are held on weekdays, weekends or during the evening. We assume you have taken into account all work, family, religious and other commitments when you enrol.
Several courses in the area of Government and Regulation are available online. Please see the timetable. Attendance is not required at all for online courses.
A Course Study Guide will be published for each course on the Wattle course site. This document contains information on the course including: course lecture outline; textbook requirements; reading requirements; assessment details; and policy information.
You can buy text books at the on-campus Coop Bookshop. Reading Guides or E-Bricks may also be made available on the Wattle course site. This varies from course to course.
will be given access to
the Wattle course site approximately 24-48 hours after you enrol in the course,
provided the site is opened. Sites are generally opened four weeks prior
the commencement of the course intensive. Course Study Guides, course
resources, discussion forums, quizzes and online activities can all be
via each Wattle course site. Assessments will be submitted
the Wattle course site.
If you wish to apply for status (credit/advanced standing) for courses you have studied at another university, you must complete an Application for Status form and submit it to the LLM Program Administrator, along with an official transcript of your previous studies and relevant course descriptions and outlines. You will not be granted status for courses that have already counted towards a completed degree or award.
All email correspondence from the University will be sent to your University Webmail account. You can access this email account at http://students.anu.edu.au/ and clicking on the Webmail icon. There is a facility to redirect your university email to a preferred account. Please go to:http://itservices.anu.edu.au/email/
Please consult with your Stream Convenor (Lynn Du Moulin) for academic advice on courses or programs.