Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Arts

Curtin University

This combined program allows students to combine strong training in the humanities with a professional qualification which prepares them for legal practice. The Bachelor of Laws degree is the required qualification for all who wish to enter into legal practice. It offers a rich and professionally relevant coverage of foundational areas of legal knowledge and develop the core skills essential to effective legal practice. Curtin LLB graduates are well qualified to practice in any legal field. The Bachelor of Arts (Humanities) covers an extensive range of subject areas, across design, creative arts, media, communication, culture, Asian languages and social sciences. It is forward-thinking and practical, offering a comprehensive grounding in theory and a range of skills. Specialised fieldwork, design studio, research and integrated professional practice units enhance the course's relevance and give opportunities for professional work experience, networking and community engagement.

Course Fee:


International: $128,250

Entry Requirements:

Year 12 or equivalent; Applicants require an ATAR Score of 90.

Structure:

Core units plus options/electives

Subjects you can Study:

International relations; Journalism; Law

Study Pathways:

Graduates may qualify for entry to a Bachelor Degree with Honours and some Graduate Certificates, Graduate Diplomas and Master degrees. For further details, see the University website http://curtin.edu.au.

Further information:

The structure of the double degree course provides for the possibility of accelerated progress through the law degree.

Accepts International Students:

Yes

Provider CRICOS: 00301J

Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Bentley - main campus 90.25 No Full time 4.5 years
Bentley - main campus 90.25 No Part time 9 years

Curtin is Western Australia’s most preferred university and has more than 56,000 students across its campuses and online. New students can expect to become part of a forward thinking, international culture committed to sharing innovative ideas.

The university offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in business, humanities, health sciences, resources, engineering and related sciences. 

Ranked among the world’s best

Curtin’s growing reputation has seen the university rapidly rise up the international rankings in recent years. In 2018 it was ranked among the top one per cent of the world’s universities in the Academic Ranking of World Universities.

Curtin was also ranked second in the world for mineral and mining engineering, and 42nd in the world for earth and marine sciences in the 2018 QS World University Rankings by Subject.

Global connections

Curtin has campuses in Perth, Dubai, Malaysia, Mauritius and Singapore, as well as course delivery through more than 130 partner institutions worldwide.

In 2016, Curtin formed an alliance with one of the oldest and most revered universities in the world – The University of Aberdeen in Scotland – which will leverage the strengths and industry networks of both universities, particularly in energy research.

Research and development

Curtin leads a number of major international research projects and is involved with more than 70 research centres and collaborations, including the Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy, the Centre for Crop and Disease Management and Innovation Central Perth.

Learning reinvented

Curtin’s undergraduate and postgraduate courses are regularly reviewed by industry, business and government to ensure graduates are prepared for today’s changing global market.

The university has also incorporated work integrated learning activities and introduced technology-rich environments that recreate real workplaces, such as a simulated hospital ward, stock market trading room and digital marketing agency, so students can graduate with the skills and knowledge that employers want.

Curtin offers courses across a variety of study areas, including:

A place of innovation

Curtin has embarked on a 20-year plan to create ‘Greater Curtin’, which will see the university’s campus in Perth transformed into a major innovation precinct for the Asia-Pacific region. 

The plan will bring together industry, academia and government like never before in Western Australia. It will include new transport infrastructure, student accommodation, dedicated spaces and programs to support entrepreneurship, and facilities to encourage new research and industry partnerships.

Campus life

Curtin is a hive of activity. Between classes, students can enjoy a range of activities including sports and fitness, social clubs and societies, volunteer work and exciting campus events. 

If you choose to study with Curtin, you can expect to build life skills and become part of a forward-thinking, international community committed to sharing innovative ideas.

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