Bachelor of Aboriginal Professional Practice / Bachelor of Laws (Honours)

The University of Newcastle - Study Abroad

This combined degree may meet the academic requirements to practice Law in NSW, and acquire skills and knowledge through core courses in Aboriginal Studies.

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At a glance

Type of Institution: University
Level: Undergraduate
Campus/Location: Callaghan
CRICOS: 00109J


  • Law
  • Aboriginal professional practice

Situated on the sunny east coast of Australia, Newcastle is one of the world's most beautiful coastal cities. It has been ranked as the fifth most liveable city in the world by the Lonely Planet guide. Once you've experienced it for yourself, you'll understand why!

The Newcastle area offers students a bustling cosmopolitan culture, without the stress of more expensive Australian cities like Sydney. It's the perfect balance of study and lifestyle. Spend Friday night in the city's many caf

The University of Newcastle provides a dedicated international student support service that covers every aspect of your journey - from preparing to arrive in Australia, to settling into your program, and anything else you may need until you've completed your study.

A friendly team of international student advisers is on hand to answer any queries you may have about anything at all. Our international student assistance hotline provides assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week, while our exclusive international student Facebook groups help you stay connected to what's happening in and around the university. There are plenty of activities and programs to help you take a break from your academic life whenever you need to, connecting you to other international and domestic students. No matter where you're from, or what you're here to study, you'll be taken care of at the University of Newcastle.

Meet the UON Global team and take a look at some of the orientation fun we've had with our international students at

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Student Profiles

Tonje, Norway

Studying abroad at UON for one year

'The people of Newcastle are so warm and friendly and they'll help you with anything. The university has been so good to us - from the minute we arrived, they made sure we had everything we needed. They take us on so many great excursions and bus trips, and help us get to know each other. It really feels like a community. I was surprised how quickly I managed to find work in Newcastle. I work in one of the cafes in Darby St - it's another great way to feel a part of the local community here. And on the international student Facebook page, I managed to find some other girls who were in my situation and we got a place together just near my work, in the city. I really do feel part of this place, and the university has done a great job at making sure that happens for us. If someone was thinking of moving to Newcastle, I would say that they should!'

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