University of New England

Bachelor of Laws

University of New England
Institution rating
4.4
Duration
From 4 yearsfull-time(part-time available)
Study mode
Online, On-campus
Next start date
June

Why study this course

The Bachelor of Laws (4 Year) is designed for people who are new to university study or to the study of law, including school leavers or people who want to change careers or get a qualification. This program is a pathway to becoming a practising solicitor, or to a number of other careers in which graduates can utilise their legal knowledge.

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of students felt this course had a positive impact on their career.
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Roles related to this course: Family Lawyer, Property Lawyer, Employment Lawyer, Solicitor, and 8 more.

Recognition

This course is accredited by the Legal Practitioners Admission Board of NSW for admission as a legal practitioner in NSW.

Entry requirements

  • Year 12 or equivalent; OR
  • Successful completion of a post-secondary or tertiary qualification

Where is this course offered?

Available campuses

  • Armidale
Online study also available

The course duration and available study modes can vary depending on the campus.

Visit University of New England's website to find out more about your study options.

Course price

The course price can vary depending on a few factors, including:

  • Whether you are eligible for a subsidy, concession, or government loan
  • Your previous study and work experience
  • Your unit selections

Visit University of New England's website to find out more about the course price for you.

What to know before you apply

To help you decide if this is the right course for you, University of New England can provide you with more information about:

Credit and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

You may be able to get credit or RPL for some units of this course based on your previous studies and work experience. This means the duration of the course may be reduced.


Visit University of New England's website to find out more about Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

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What are students saying?

Bachelor of Laws
University of New England
4.3
(8 reviews)
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Published Jul 2018
Bachelor of LawUniversity of New England
Graduation dateN/A
Study modeOnline
Student review
Good for full time workers
Published Jul 2018
Bachelor of LawUniversity of New England
Graduation date2018
Study modeOn-campus
Student review
Well rounded degree with great insite into the Legal profession. There were great lecturers with a wealth a knowledge and appetite for teaching! Which made learning a lot more enjoyable!
Published Jul 2018
Bachelor of LawUniversity of New England
Graduation date2017
Study modeOnline
Student review
It was good but more practical work is desired.

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Bachelor of Laws

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  • Course price
  • Study options available at your campus
  • Prior Recognition of Learning (RPL)
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