Students at the University of Melbourne will be able to gain early admission to overseas law masters courses, under a new degree partnership with Cambridge University.
The partnership, which is already in place at Sydney University, gives Melbourne Uni’s students the opportunity to embark on a Master of Laws or Master in Corporate Law at Cambridge during the final year of their JD degrees.
Students will apply during their second year, and if accepted, they will be able to begin their studies at Cambridge in the final semester of their degree, reducing their overall study time.
Melbourne Law School already has similar arrangements with Oxford University, New York University Law School and the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
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