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Economic Law degrees in Australia in 2024

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Bachelor of Economics / Bachelor of Laws Dual Degree

University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Australia

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Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Laws Dual Degree

The University of Sydney Australia

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Bachelor of Property Economics/Bachelor of Laws (Honours) Bachelor Degree

Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Australia

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Economic Law Degrees in Australia

Study Economic Law Degrees

Are you interested in the roles that institutions such as the UN and the IMF have in regulating economic relations for the world's economy? By studying for a degree in Economic law, you will learn about the legal frameworks that help to govern the world's economic sectors such as finance, trade and investments.

To study Economic law at university level, you should have a strong interest in legal frameworks and economics and finance.

By studying in this field, your modules are likely to cover topics such as:

  • International financial law
  • Trade and investment law
  • Human rights law
  • Corporate governance
  • Emerging markets
  • Financial services regulation
  • Intellectual property law

Graduates of degrees in Economic Law go on to work in a variety of fields across economic law, commerce, finance and business.

Undergraduate programmes in Economic Law are most commonly offered at universities as:

  • Bachelor of Commerce (BCom degree), which can typically take between 2-4 years to complete when studying Full-time, depending on the country in which you are studying
  • Bachelor of Arts (BA (Hons) degree), which can typically take between 3-4 years to complete when studying Full-time
  • Bachelor of Laws (LLB degree), which can typically take 3 years to complete when studied Full-time

Study in Australia

Famous for surfing, sunshine and beaches, Australia has so much to offer to international students. The country's rich culture and history makes it a incredibly diverse country, and one that is welcoming and warm towards the international community. Australia has long been seen as a global leader in higher education, and places emphasis on delivering world-class education to both domestic and international students. The Group of Eight Universities is a prestigious group of universities that focus on providing internationally renowned faculty and research facilities across Australian higher education.

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