Monash University

Bachelor of Laws Honours



University Location Melbourne, Victoria
City Population 4.8 Million
Student Population 73,800
Int'l Student Population 19,075
Main Campus Clayton
Program Campus Clayton
Program Duration 4 years
Estimated Annual Tuition $44,100 AUD (2022 fees; subject to increase)
Semester Intake February and July
Next Available Intake February 2022
Application Deadline Rolling admissions*


Monash University Law School is one of the largest and most prestigious law schools in Australia, providing legal education and training to more than 2,700 undergraduate and postgraduate students. The quality of Monash Law School is reflected in its alumni, many of whom hold prominent positions around the world, both inside and outside of the legal profession.


The Bachelor of Laws Honours program is designed to equip you with basic legal knowledge and skills that are required for admission to legal practice, with the advanced skills required for an Honours degree and an opportunity to develop specialized knowledge in areas of law of your choice. The basic knowledge is imparted through three broad themes:

1. Legal methodology and legal practice
2. Public law
3. Private law

The specialized knowledge and advanced skills are imparted in later year elective units, including a final-year project involving intensive research and writing.

Clinical Legal Education
When you join Monash Law, you have the opportunity to provide expert legal help to those who would otherwise slip through the cracks. Clinical legal education not only develops practical legal skills for students, but also increases access to legal services and justice for people from adverse and disadvantaged backgrounds.

Want to know what’s really great? You can help the community while learning invaluable practical legal skills, gaining work experience (great for your CV), and you can do all this for credit toward your law degree. Monash is the first law school in Australia to offer a guarantee like this for its students.

Monash Clinical Guarantee
Monash guarantees their law students a place in the clinical legal education program to build their knowledge, experience, and confidence. From 2018, Monash Law has offered a guaranteed clinical education experience for all students who wish to incorporate a practical component credited toward their Monash Law degree.

The Clinical Legal Education (CLE) gives Monash Law students the opportunity to work in real community law clinics, which are operated by (or in association with) Monash Law. CLE places you with real clients who are seeking legal advice for the array of problems life can throw at you.

Working under the supervision of expert lawyers, Monash Law students learn new skills outside of the classroom; practical skills, including client relations and how to navigate the legal system.

Admission Requirements

Completed high school diploma
You must have a completed high school diploma with a minimum 85% average based on your best six Grade 12 subjects.


Admission Timeline

*Applications are assessed on a rolling-admissions basis and are assessed as they are received. While there is no set application deadline, you are encouraged to submit your application a minimum of three months prior to the program start date.


“The program is fantastic.”

I do like my university. I'm currently finishing up my first courses here but I have enjoyed the university thus far. The program is fantastic. It's very engaging and there is a lot of reading involved but the lecturers and librarians have ensured that we are given all the tools and resources we need to do well.

Monash University Amogh K
Juris Doctor
Monash University, 2019

“…great networking opportunities”

The small cohort, and how you get to know everyone by name. It is located in the heart of the legal precinct and gives great networking opportunities for that reason.

Monash University Safia E
Monash University, 2019

“The school has a peer mentor program which I really like. It’s great to have a student ahead of you that you can ask for guidance from.”

I only have good things to say about my program so far. The class sizes are great and the school really eases you into the program. I find that everything is really manageable so far. The school has a peer mentor program which I really like. It's great to have a student ahead of you that you can ask for guidance from.

Monash University Simran S.
Monash University, 2018