2019 Monash Law Malaysia Program information
Group 1: Monday 1 July to Friday 26 July
Compulsory Orientation Session: Mon, 1 July, 09:30 am – 1:00 pm
Group 2: Monday 29 July to Friday 16 August
Compulsory Orientation Session: Mon, 29 July, 09:30 am – 1:00 pm
*Students must attend one of the two orientation sessions listed. Please attend the one in your first block of units. Attendance will be recorded.
- Information on this site is correct at the date of publication but may be subject to change.
- All students must check this site on a regular basis for any updates.
- Some units are subject to approval and minor amendments.
- Information on class time will be made available in 2019
- Do not organise flights and accommodation until this program has been finalised and you have been notified to do so.
- Online reading lists will become successively available via the Library Resource and Materials website.
- All Exams will be Take Home Exams unless specified
- Take Home Exams do not require attendance on campus.
- Units are taught in either the T2-58* or T3-57^ teaching period. For information on teaching dates and when academic and financial penalties apply refer to unit descriptions on this page.
- Results for units taught in the T2-58* period will be released 7 September and T3-57^ on 9 November 2019
The Monash Law Malaysia Program Student Guide
The Monash Law Malaysia Program Student Guide aims to help students settle quickly into the program and provides important information about the facilities of the campus as well as rules and procedures for both Monash and Partner students.
Assignment submission dates
Some units will have a final assignment which will need to be emailed to the relevant academic teaching the unit 4 weeks from the end of the unit. You do not need to stay in Malaysia after the end of the unit as long as the assignment is submitted by the due date.
Take Home Examinations Units will have a take home examination instead of an invigilated exam. Take-home examinations will be made available to students electronically, usually by uploading the examination to the unit webpage. In some units, hard copies of the examination may be made available in the last class or through the Academic Programs Coordinator.
Take-home examinations can be submitted electronically 10 days from the end of the unit. This means that you can leave Malaysia after your exams in other units (if any), and write your take-home exam anywhere you wish.
Deferred or supplementary exams
On request from a Monash student participating in the Monash Law Malaysia program, the convenor of the program will use his or her best endeavours to arrange for the student to sit an invigilated law exam at the Sunway campus for a deferred or supplementary exam relating to a unit taken in an earlier teaching period in Australia. The exam will be held at the time or as closely as possible to the time that is scheduled for students sitting the exam in Australia.