Bachelor of Laws (Non-graduate entry)

Western Sydney University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00917K; 02851G (WS, The College)

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Structure

320 credit points

Subjects

  • Law

Standard entry requirements

  • Eligibility for admission to the Bachelor of Laws (Non-Graduate Entry) is based upon a completed Australian Year 12 qualification or equivalent.Assumed knowledge: any two units of HSC English
  • Recommended studies: HSC English standard or equivalent.

Recognition

Eligible to apply to the Legal Practitioners' Admission Board for admission as legal practitioners in NSW, after undertaking prescribed professional legal training (PLT)

Study pathways

If students have successfully completed 1 full-time year of study at a recognised university, or completed an associate or advanced diploma, or have equivalent work experience then they may be granted academic exemption for the 8 non-law electives - reducing the program to 3 years full-time or 6 years part-time. The School of Law offers a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, which provides the PLT qualification for admission. Students are able to undertake 1 PLT subject as part of their LLB program.

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
Campbelltown International: $123,104 Yes
  • Full-time : 4 years
  • Part-time : 8 years
Parramatta International: $123,104 Yes
  • Full-time : 4 years
  • Part-time : 8 years

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