International students

Fee and scholarship information for international students.

International applicants should familiarise themselves with the University's International Student website. This site provides useful information on such things as housing, fees, English language requirements and the various support services available at the University of Melbourne.

Fees

View information on the annual tuition fees for the Law PhD and MPhil programs.


PhD Scholarship: Global Corporations and International Law

Applications are now open for three scholars to undertake a PhD as part of Professor Sundhya Pahuja’s ARC Laureate Program in Global Corporations and International Law. The Program aims to investigate the relationship between global corporations and international law.  The scholarships are aimed at supporting outstanding PhD candidates to join the Laureate team in pursuing that aim.

PhD Scholarship: Investor Action on Clean Energy

Applications are invited from suitably qualified applicants for a PhD scholarship to undertake a higher degree by research, funded by an Australian Research Council Discovery Project Advancing Investor Action on Energy Transition. The PhD candidate will be located at the Melbourne Law School under the primary supervision of Professor Jacqueline Peel (Director, Melbourne Climate Futures) and will be co-supervised by Associate Professor Ben Neville, Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Melbourne, and other suitable supervisors as agreed.

(Melbourne Law School's aim is for all international Graduate Research Degree candidates to have either a University of Melbourne fee remission plus stipend as described below or financial support from an external scholarship or other funding scheme.)

University of Melbourne Scholarships

The University of Melbourne has three main scholarships for international students undertaking graduate research degrees. They are the:

  • Research Training Program Scholarship (RTPS)
  • Melbourne Research Scholarship (MRS)
  • Melbourne International Fee Remission Scholarship (MIFRS)

For further information on these scholarships, including the eligibility criteria and application process, please visit the Melbourne Scholarships website.

View Melbourne Law School's Admission Process