Awarding Institution

This degree is awarded by Charles Sturt University, Australia through its Centre for Customs and Excise Studies

Learning Objectives

The course is practical and draws heavily on case studies and assessment directly relevant to the students’ workplace, enabling them to integrate their learning with their work through disciplines including law, public administration and management. Graduates will gain advanced knowledge and expert skills in the field of international trade regulation, trade facilitation and administration for professional work in commerce or the public sector.

Entry Requirements

Entry requirements for this course may be found HERE.


Topics for this course may be found HERE.


This course is available now.

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