The University of Notre Dame Australia - Study Abroad

Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Arts - Politics and Journalism

The University of Notre Dame Australia - Study Abroad

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 01032F

The Law curriculum has been developed by members of the judiciary, the legal profession and senior staff from some of Australia's leading universities. It is designed to satisfy both state and national professional admission requirements. Once admitted, law graduates will be able to work as solicitors or barristers, allowing them to give legal advice and appear in court. The Law and Arts (Politics and Journalism) double degree combines thorough training in law with studies in the areas of politics and journalism.

Structure

The structure of this course includes 3 core curriculum courses (units), compulsory and elective law courses, politics and international relations courses (3 compulsory and 3 elective) and communication and media courses (3 compulsory and 3 elective). The politics/journalism courses are covered in combination with law in the first 3 years of the degree. The final 2 years of the degree contain only law courses.

Subjects

  • Law
  • Journalism
  • Politics

Standard entry requirements

  • Year 12 or equivalent
  • Interview
  • Mature age applicants: strong results in 6-12 months of study full time equivalent (with 65% course average or higher)
  • Successful completion of four or more mature age WACE subjects

Recognition

Legal Practice Board of Western Australia; NSW Legal Practitioners' Admission Board

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
Fremantle International: $215,000 Yes
Sydney International: $215,000 Yes

Fee comments

Campuses: Fremantle.

Australian Citizens may be eligible to defer costs on a FEE-HELP loan scheme.

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