Monash Law Malaysia Program
About the Monash Law Malaysia Program
The Monash Law Malaysia Program is an international summer school offered, organised and conducted by the Faculty of Law of Monash University Australia and held at the Monash University Malaysia campus in Kuala Lumpur. Participating in this short-term mobility program allows Monash University Law students to immerse themselves into life of multicultural Malaysia while studying a range of comparative and international law subjects.
Students will be taught in intensive or semi-intensive mode by distinguished academics from Australia and around the world, drawing from our many partner universities. In small classes and state-of-the-art facilities, you will enjoy a unique study experience with students from international and local partner universities.
At the same time, the Monash Law Malaysia Program offers sufficient flexibility to allow you to experience in your spare time the cultural and natural attractions of Malaysia and the South-East Asian region.
The program is held from June/July to August each year across two teaching blocks. You can study one, two or three units during this period. The start and end date of each unit varies. Information about units, exams and timetables can be found below.
Who can take part
The Monash Law Malaysia Program is open to Monash Law undergraduate and postgraduate students, partner university students and international study abroad students (on a fee-paying basis).
Students will have the opportunity to be taught by academics from some of the partner universities listed below as well as staff from Monash University. Students may also sit alongside other students from the following partner universities.
In 2020, the Faculty of Law will welcome students from the following partner universities:
- University of Paris-Sud (France)
- University of Passau (Germany)
- University of Windsor (Canada)
- Warwick University (United Kingdom)
- Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Netherlands)
- York University (Canada)
Note: This list may be updated/amended
Social and cultural opportunities
The Monash University Malaysia campus is situated within the metropolitan region of Malaysia. Students studying in the Monash Law Malaysia program have the diverse attractions of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's capital city, within easy reach. Malaysia's multiculturalism is reflected in its famous cuisine, diverse festivals as well as the welcoming and friendly attitude of its people.
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There will be a welcome dinner at the commencement of the Monash Law Malaysia Program where you will have the opportunity to meet fellow participants from other countries. The program will also include visits to local legal institutions and meetings with members of Malaysia's legal profession.
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Class timetable, units and important dates
Group 1: 1 July 2020 - 24 July 2020
Compulsory Orientation Session: 1 July 2020 - 9.30am to 1pm (additional details TBA)
Group 2: 27 July 2020 - 14 August 2020
Compulsory Orientation Session: 27 July 2020 - 9.30am to 1pm (additional details TBA)
*Students must attend one of the two orientation sessions listed. Please attend the one in your first block of units. Attendance will be recorded.
The Malaysia 2020 class timetable can be viewed here. Please note this timetable may be subject to change.
Eligibility requirements and application process
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Fees, funding and financial assistance
Accommodation, travel and insurance
Resources and materials
Library facilities and services
The Monash University Malaysia Library has facilities and services for Monash University students, including the required readings for Law units taught at the Malaysian campus.
Students are also able to remotely access Monash University Library's electronic information, including databases and digitised print material, using their Monash AuthCate username and password.
The Law Resources Library Guide page provides links to key electronic resources, including:
- Online reading lists
- Search (find books, articles, journals, databases and more)
- Research and Learning Skills
For research or learning skills assistance, please contact the Law Library librarians and learning skills advisers.