Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Human rights advocacy has never been more important. It’s a rapidly growing field across the world and involves aspects of law, criminal justice, history, philosophy and politics. Studying a Bachelor of Human Rights/Bachelor of Laws will prepare you for a rewarding legal career in human rights both in Australia and globally.
To complete the Bachelor of Human Rights/Bachelor of Laws, a student must complete 400 credit points (cp).
- Human Rights
Standard entry requirements
If you’re currently completing Year 12 you may be eligible for adjustment factors that can boost your rank and help you get into your desired course. Adjustment factors may be applied to your TAC application if you study particular subjects, attend schools geographically close to our campuses or in certain regional areas, apply as an elite athlete or performer or meet certain other criteria.
|Mid year intake
|Brisbane (McAuley at Banyo)
|Melbourne (St Patrick's)
|North Sydney (MacKillop)
|Strathfield (Mount Saint Mary)