Domestic graduate coursework applications
Graduate coursework programs are undertaken by someone who has completed an undergraduate degree or obtained significant relevant professional experience. Graduate programs include graduate certificates, graduate diplomas and master programs.
If you do not meet the entry requirements for a masters program, you may be offered entry to the affiliated graduate certificate. On successful completion of the graduate certificate with appropriate results, it may be possible to progress to the masters program.
As a general guide, first semester applications close early January and second semster applications close 30 May, but you should check specific application details through UAC as programs may offer extended application deadlines.
Applications for most graduate programs at ANU are made through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC). Any exceptions are listed in the table below.
|Program||Schedule||Apply to ANU via|
|Master of Laws (Legal Practice)||
Applications accepted throughout the year. Program start dates depend on the courses in which you plan to enrol.
|Master of Laws application|
|Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice
Graduate Certificate in Migration Law
|Refer to ANU Legal Workshop for start dates.|
|All domestic graduate programs offered by the Crawford School of Public Policy (including graduate programs combined with Diplomacy)||First semester applications close 28 January, second semester applications close 30 June|
|All programs offered by Centre for Higher Education, Learning and Teaching and all programs offered by Social Research and Demography, Australian Demographic & Social Research Institute||First semester applications close 17 December of the preceding year, second semester applications close 30 June|