|University Location||Townsville or Cairns, Queensland|
|Int'l Student Population||6,640|
|Program Campus||Townsville or Cairns|
|Program Duration||3 years|
|Estimated Annual Tuition||$32,280 AUD (2020 fees; subject to increase)|
|Semester Intake||February and July|
|Next Available Intake||July 2021|
The James Cook University Law School provides you with a solid foundation in traditional law subjects, along with an exciting and broad-ranging elective program. JCU law graduates benefit from a practical approach and an understanding of modern society and they are highly prized by the legal profession.
JCU Law School offers ongoing support for new law students with “The First Year Experience” program. This program ensures support and mentoring for new law students, essentially familiarizing you with foundation legal skills.
The Bachelor of Laws focuses strongly on learning outcomes that have professional relevance and practical application. This law program is designed to challenge you, exposing you to contemporary issues, the latest research and new ideas across diverse areas of the practice and application of law.
As a JCU law student you will gain an appreciation of the role of law in social, economic, environmental and political contexts and its significance for stable government, economic prosperity and the protection of individual and cultural rights.
Completed high school diploma
You must have a high school diploma with a minimum 70% average based on your best six Grade 12 subjects.
*While JCU has a general application deadline of January 29 for the February intake, and June 29 for the July intake, you are strongly encouraged to submit your application a minimum of three months prior to the program start date.