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Fees and Payment Options

Fees and Payment Options


The subject fee is $1970 (GST inc.)

The subject fee for international students is $1970 (GST inc.)

Payment Options

You can choose from two payment options:

  1. Invoices
    Is your employer paying your subject fees? If so, we’ll send them an invoice directly.
  2. Self-funded
    If you’re paying the fees, you’ll need to pay your fees in full before you start each subject (via credit card or direct payment).

Student Fees and Protection

Student fees are protected under a Student Fee Protection Trust, which has the Public Trust as trustee. The Trust requires you to sign an acknowledgment form showing that you understand what happens to any refund. This form is sent upon acceptance into the course. The College’s Student Fee Protection Trust information is available at www.publictrust.co.nz.

Withdrawals & Refunds

If you wish to withdraw, you must submit your notice of withdrawal in writing on or before the census date. The census date is the last date you can withdraw from a subject without financial penalty.

Refunds will not be given after the census date (other than in exceptional circumstances which are at the College’s discretion).

Find Out More 

Download the LLM (Applied Law) Course Guide

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These Applied Law programmes are delivered by The College of Law Limited in Australia which is a self-accrediting Higher Education Provider within the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) regulatory framework. The programmes are fully compliant with the Australian Qualifications Framework at Masters level. The College has delivered these programmes for over 10 years and is now the second largest provider of LLM qualifications in Australia.

It should be noted that these Applied Law programmes are not accredited by the NZQA.

*We reserve the ability to cancel subjects if there is insufficient interest.