Diploma of Legal Studies

Bond University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Pre-degree
CRICOS: 00017B

Our Diploma of Legal Studies offers a direct pathway into the Bachelor of Laws at Bond, as well as business law, jurisprudence, and a number of double degrees that team law qualifications with studies in business, commerce, international relations and more. It is also an excellent launching pad for careers in business administration, legal administration, law enforcement and government administration.The program offers an introduction to the Australian legal system, fundamental legal principles, and basic legal skills. You’ll examine elements of business and contract law and look at some of the legal and ethical issues confronting Australian society today.




  • BCDP02-015: Contemporary Issues in Law and Society (10CP)BCDP02-024: Business Law (10CP)BCDP02-077: Personal Development Portfolio (10CP)BCDP02-101: Critical Thinking and Communication (10CP)BCDP02-102: Collaboration, Teams and Leadership (10CP)BCDP02-103: Responsibility, Integrity and Civic Discourse (10CP)BCDP02-105: Legal Foundations A (10CP)BCDP02-106: Legal Foundations B (10CP)

Standard entry requirements

Australian Year 12 qualification or equivalent Selection Rank

Study pathways

Successful completion of the Diploma of Legal Studies guarantees students a place in Bond's Bachelor of Laws with 80 credit points credited to the degree. The Diploma of Legal Studies is also a pathway into other bachelor degrees with varying credit.

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
Gold Coast International: $35,360 No
  • Full-time : 8 months

Further information

Program requirements may change, for updated information and full program details and structure, please visit bond.edu.au/diplomas.

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