College of Law

Australia

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The College of Law is the school of professional practice for lawyers in Australia and New Zealand. It is also the largest provider of practice-focused legal education in Australasia. It has campuses in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide and Perth, and provides on-site training in key regional centres. It has over 400 teaching and support staff in total and has trained over 60,000 law graduates since its inception since 1974.

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9 International student nationalities at this university

9.09% International students from USA

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A$18,610

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A$9,600

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Provider code:03155A

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James, Australia 1

Don't. Just, Don't.

The actual teachers are okay (they use working professionals rather than just academics), but it's their administration that is the problem. If there is a more difficult and convoluted way of doing anything at all, they have found it and perfected both the difficulty and convolution to maximum. And they read full review

The actual teachers are okay (they use working professionals rather than just academics), but it's their administration that is the problem. If there is a more difficult and convoluted way of doing anything at all, they have found it and perfected both the difficulty and convolution to maximum. And they're about as flexible as an Adamantium Mithril Alloy. If their fancy marketing is swaying you, then the key to working with them is to add about 25-50% to any timing they promise because they tend to keep the unnecessarily complicated and convoluted requirements for things like supervision a tightly held secret until you pay them. Plus any practice or supervision component, you get absolutely zero assistance - don't believe anything that hints otherwise. show less