ANU has exchange agreements with a range of partner universities in a multitude of countries, offering the chance to study in English as well as other languages. Opportunities are available to domestic and international students through our Global Programs office.
ANU Law offers three specific courses based overseas - in Geneva, Alabama and Kyoto. Students eligible for these courses gain significant benefits from experiencing international law first-hand. Entry to these courses is highly competitive, due to strictly limited numbers in each teaching session.
Once you are an ANU Law student, our network of international exchange partner universities creates opportunities for you to complete part of your degree overseas. ANU partners with universities all over the world, offering opportunities to study in English as well as in another language.
Most exchanges are limited to a single semester. Once you are enrolled with us, you can learn more about eligibility requirements, how to apply, and how to support yourself while you are on an outbound international exchange. All international exchanges are arranged through ANU Global Programs.
International mooting competitions
ANU Law has a proud tradition of competing in international mooting competitions. The ANU team has won the International finals of the Phillip C. Jessup International Law Mooting Competition in Washington DC on several occasions.
To prepare our students for participation in these competitions, the College runs a dedicated elective called International Mooting, Advocacy & Process. We also provide you with information, preparation and support for participating in a range of moots which can count as credit towards completing this course.
ANU runs the Washington Internship Program which gives students a unique opportunity to network with some of the most powerful people in American politics. The six-week internships in the United States Congress take place in January and February and are available to Australian National University (ANU) undergraduate students.*
ANU also runs the Taiwan Public Policy Internship Program. The program is a six-week research internship with a department or agency in the Taiwanese Government (Republic of China) and is open to undergraduate students (aged between 18 and 28) in their third year of study or honours.*
*These internships are not available to single undergraduate degree Law students, but you may be eligible to take one of these internships as a non-law elective course; or for Flexible Double Degree students, as part of your other degree from another ANU College.