Apply, accept & enrol

First Semester 2019 commencement – Postgraduate International

Due to high demand for the GDLP, this program is now closed to international applicants for 2019. Applications remain open to current ANU international students who are active in any program across the university.

International and domestic students apply via ANU Apply online.

An 'Apply' button can also be found in the top right corner of the GDLP program page on the ANU Programs and courses website.

We accept applications at any time throughout the year.


Start dates

Your first course, LEGW8141 Becoming a Practitioner, is offered at many times throughout the year, in many locations. Please see BAP start dates.

Cut off dates for enrolment in each course in the GDLP program are available from:

If you have any enquiries please feel free to contact us.


Application documents

When you apply to the GDLP program you must supply one of the following (unless you are already an ANU student):

  • a coloured scan of the original official transcript of your LLB or JD, or
  • most current, original, official transcript of your LLB or JD.

Note: if your transcript does not state program completion or conferral of award, you must also provide a letter of completion from your university. This letter must state that you have completed all program requirements and are eligible to graduate from the LLB/JD.

Once your application has been assessed, and you are deemed eligible, an offer will be provided to you via the email address you have provided in your application.



After you apply for the Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice or the Master of Legal Practice you will be sent an offer to your nominated personal email address. You will need to follow the instructions in your offer in order to accept it, after which you will be sent your student ID and password details.



Once you have applied please go to New Students for further instructions.

Updated:  10 August 2015/Responsible Officer:  Director, GDLP/Page Contact:  Program Coordinator, GDLP