5 ways our Migration Law course will set you up for an exciting career
Migration law is an exciting and ever-changing field of law. Find out how our Graduate Diploma in Migration Law and Practice will set you up for success.
Flexible online delivery
Managing study alongside work and other personal commitments is always a challenge but we’ve designed a course which at least eases the pressure – it’s done entirely online and allows you to complete the work in the time most convenient to you. You also have the choice to participate in real-time workshops and classes or catch the recorded version afterwards, giving you full flexibility.
Learn from experts in the field
Our course is designed by Migration Law specialist and award-winning teacher and developer of Migration Law programs, Christine Giles. As well as Christine’s expertise, you’ll also learn from other practitioners working in the field who’ll share their real-world knowledge and experience.
Study six subjects, not eight
Our course, approved by the Migration Agents Registration Authority, is designed and delivered across six subjects rather than the eight required by most other institutions. At UTS, we believe in working efficiently by working smarter. For example, rather than study a Client File as an entire subject, you’ll undertake assessable and non-assessable Practice File tasks from the outset, giving you the opportunity to reinforce and perfect your written skills throughout the course. Our Communicating with Clients project gives you the opportunity to develop your oral skills, equipping you to take instructions and provide oral advice to clients.
Graduate in 12 months
We’ve designed our course so students can maximise their development of knowledge and skills across a manageable time frame. By enrolling in two subjects per semester for a total of three semesters, you’ll finish the course within 12 months. And with our next course intakes in November 2020 and February 2021, you can begin the degree at a time that’s right for you.
We’ll prepare you for the next step
If you’re not a lawyer with an unrestricted practicing certificate, you’ll need to complete the Capstone Assessment in order to qualify as a registered migration agent. UTS doesn’t deliver the assessment but we will give you the option to complete a number of activities which will help you prepare. We offer this preparation module free of charge and it’s available to students enrolled in their final subject (78305 Migration Law in Practice).
Find out more about our Graduate Diploma in Migration Law and Practice