Faculty of Law

Applying to study Law in 2017

The Faculty of Law is changing entry arrangements for Bachelor level degrees in 2017.

Applicants may now apply for either the Bachelor of Laws program, or a combined degree with Law.

It is no longer necessary to study under a different Bachelor program for your first year of study.

Graduates or Applicants with Previous Tertiary Study

For applicants who are graduates (who hold a Bachelor level qualification) or who have completed the first year in another Faculty with units LAW121 and LAW122, you may apply for the Bachelor of Laws – 3 year course (63I1).

Year 12 Applicants (ATAR 90 or above)

For applicants who expect to achieve an ATAR of 90 or above, you may apply for the:

or any of the Law combined degrees:

You will be guaranteed a place in the second year of the course, subject to standard requirements for academic progress.

Year 12 Applicants (ATAR less than 90)

For applicants who do not expect to achieve an ATAR of 90 or above, you may apply for the:

or any of the Law combined degrees:

Applicants in this category are advised that progression into Year 2 of the course is not automatic. There is a total quota of 200 places for all second year Law students. Students will be ranked based on their academic performance in their first year of study. Should you not be successful in progressing to Year 2, you will be able to continue your studies in a Bachelor degree related to your first year studies.

If students are uncertain about whether to enrol in a Law course, they are still able to enrol in the foundation units LAW121 and LAW122 within most degrees and apply for the Bachelor of Laws – 3 year course (63I1) (or a combined degree with Law) after year 1.