University of Auckland is a public university/college in New Zealand, which was established in the year 1883. This university has 4 main and 3 satellite campuses. It offers 120 Undergraduate and 130 Postgraduate programs across 8 faculties.
The Auckland Law School is ranked the best law school in New Zealand and one of the best law schools in the world. For each course, the college provides scholarships and awards for financial support for international students. It offers the following courses in the field of law (The fees and the duration given below are only for international students):
Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B.) – The students of this course get jobs in the field of lecturing, research, policy work, resource management, parliamentary drafting, judiciary, law reform, mediation, etc.
Doctor of Philosophy Law (Ph.D.) – The University of Auckland is recognized globally. In this university, PG research degree is available in over 100 different subjects.
Master of Legal Studies- This course offers specialization in 6 streams- International Law, Human Rights, Environmental Law, Corporate and Commercial Law, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, and Public Law.
Master of Laws (L.L.M.) – This degree is designed to provide an advanced level of study for both full time students and those who are legal practitioners or engaged in other part or full-time employment.
University of Otago is a public University and was founded in the year 1869. It is counted among the top 1% Universities worldwide (QS World Rankings). Also, it is rated as the top university for International student experience. The university has 5 campuses and 15 residential colleges that provide accommodation to over 3,500 students. The university offers more than 195 undergraduate and postgraduate courses across 5 faculties.
Financial aids and scholarships worth 15 million NZ$ are available for international students.
The university offers following courses in the field of law-
Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B.) – The aim of the program is to provide a general, good, critical, legal education.
Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B.) (Hons.) – The aim of the program is to provide a general, good, critical, legal education.
Master of Emerging Technology Law-
Master of Laws (L.L.M.) – LLM degree requires at least one year of full-time study, or the equivalent in part-time study. The aim of this program is to develop in the student the skills needed to understand recent developments in the Law.
University of Canterbury is a public university/college in New Zealand, which was established in the year 1873. It is ranked among the top 1% of the universities worldwide. It has over 13,450 students including 2,168 international students from more than 100 countries. The university has the Graduate Job Rate of 89.9%.
It offers more than 120 degrees in more than 150 study areas. Spread across 76 hectares, the university has 10 residence halls for accommodating the students. The university offers more than 25 types of scholarships to the international students for financial support.
It offers the following courses in the field of law-
Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B.) – Through this program, the students gain a professional degree of outstanding quality. Students can then deal with real people with real problems as a part of the innovative clinical studies program.
Master of Laws (L.L.M.) – The Master of Laws degree offers a choice of over 40 topics for either general or specialized research. LLM students develop expertise in particular fields of legal specialization which broadens their knowledge base.
Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice – This course is a multi-disciplinary field of study which seeks to draw together elements of many areas, including policing, developmental and abnormal psychology, criminal law procedure, sentencing and the treatment of convicted offenders, etc.
Master of Laws (L.L.M.) in International Law and Politics- This degree prepares students for careers in diplomatic service, specialized legal practice, government and international organizations, non-government organizations, and the military.
Victoria University of Wellington is ranked among top 2% of the universities worldwide for studies in the streams of Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Engineering, and Management.
Scholarships are available for international students as financial support.
The university offers following Law courses-
Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B.) –
Bachelor of Arts in Criminology –
Bachelor of Commercial Law –
Master of Laws (L.L.M.) –
Auckland University of Technology is a public university/college in New Zealand, which was established in the year 200. It has the Graduate Job Rate of 93%. The university has 5 faculties which offer more than 250 undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs.
It offers the following courses in the field of Law-
Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B.) – This Law degree opens the door to wide a wide range of rewarding careers. The university’s law graduates have established successful careers in the range of immigration consultancies, law firms and commercial establishments.
Master of Laws (L.L.M.) – This degree will deepen your legal knowledge and legal research skills.