Graduate Certificate in Insolvency Law
Why Study Insolvency Law with us?
Completion of this certificate provides students with an understanding and appreciation of the role of insolvency law and the process and legislative framework of insolvency practice in Australia.
The certificate is delivered by leading insolvency academics and has been designed to satisfy the proposed new Insolvency Practice Rule requirement by ASIC for insolvency practitioners registration.
- Program Highlights
- A blended program taught by Australia’s most senior insolvency academics
- The coverage of personal insolvency law (bankruptcy, corporate insolvency law and cross-border issues.)
- Meet ASIC —Insolvency Practice Rules—accreditation requirements
- Specialise as an Insolvency Lawyer or Accountant
- Up to the minute illumination of insolvency law
- Taught at Level 8 AQF providing the opportunity for students to upgrade to a Master’s program and apply for credit
- Quality lecturers with global experience and academic and industry clout
- Real world learnings
- Programs are designed to have effective integration of academic knowledge and industry application
- ASIC Requirements
This programme is designed to satisfy the proposed new Insolvency Practice Rule requirement for insolvency practitioners registration (as registered liquidators or trustees), which requires two courses of discrete insolvency study to be completed.
- Blended Learning
The Graduate Certificate in Insolvency Law has been designed with flexibility to suit the needs of working professionals. It's part of the School's desire to provide the best learning experience we can.
- LAW 7115 Insolvency Law (Core)
- LAW 7177 Introduction to Australian Law (Core course for non-law graduates)
- LAW 7025 Dissertation (Elective)
Online study matches the quality of the rigorous curriculum delivered in our face-to-face study option, delivered in a convenient format that helps you fit study into your busy lifestyle.
- LAW 7153 Personal Property Security Law (Elective)
- LAW 7176 International Insolvency Law (Elective)
- LAW 7055 Comparative Corporate Rescue Law (Elective)
- LAW 7057 Corporate Governance (Elective)
Intensive mode is on-campus study in Adelaide, without the need to attend regular weekly classes. Instead, you will attend two or three full-day opening and closing sessions per course. Assessments such as assignments, group work and exams are completed as part of each course. Condensing on-campus time into brief, intensive blocks reduces the need for regular commuting and represents a great choice for those who might find traditional weekly classes difficult to factor into their lifestyle.
On site – To be advised
Several courses may be offered face to face in various capital cities across the country to ensure accessibility for students.
The application process for this program involves the following steps:
- SATAC application form. Visit SATAC and complete your application, including submitting all relevant documentation. SATAC Code 3GC081. International applicants can apply via this form or through a registered education agent.
The entry requirements include:
- Graduate entry only. Applicants must have a completed Bachelor degree with a minimum GPA of 5.0 from a recognised University.
- English Language Requirements. International students are required to submit evidence of their proficiency in English. Domestic Students with a Bachelors degree that was not completed in English from an approved institution may be required to undertake an English language test.
- Book a meeting with the Program Director/Enquire
"I completed my LLM in 2015 after two years of study. My focus in the program was upon insolvency as that is the area I predominantly practice in. After more than 10 years of practical experience it was refreshing to re-enter the classroom and broaden my knowledge of key areas, including relatively new areas such as personal property security law which was not an area of study for me when I initially undertook my legal training.
The quality of the lecturers, including guest lecturers from overseas, was first rate and the materials provided have proved an invaluable resource. The structure of the course allowed me to continue to work and raise a family at the same time as studying. I commend this program to any student or practitioner considering it. " Justin Courtney
More information on this program including entry requirements, fees and course structure can be found here.