|University Location||Sydney, New South Wales|
|City Population||5 million|
|Int'l Student Population||10,600|
|Main Campus||Camperdown / Darlington|
|Program Campus||Camperdown / Darlington|
|Program Duration||5 years|
|Estimated Annual Tuition||$48,000 AUD (2022 fees; subject to increase)*|
|Semester Intake||March and August|
|Next Available Intake||March 2022|
The University of Sydney Law School is Australia’s First. Since its inception, it has been at the forefront of developments associated with both the teaching and research of law. Its strong sense of history is rivalled only by its commitment to innovation. The University of Sydney Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree is international in focus and global in perspective. It is the only Australian law degree that requires you to complete two compulsory units in international law.
The Combined Law program at the University of Sydney Law School will allow you to study the Bachelor of Laws (LLB) in conjunction with another degree. It works by spreading out the first part of the Sydney LLB over three years of a partner degree in arts, commerce, economics, engineering or science. In the first three years (or four years for engineering) you’ll enrol with other faculties and then transfer to the Law School at the completion of your other degree to finish the last 2 years of your law studies.
The student community is engaged and actively involved with the university and broader community. As a student at Sydney Law School you’ll automatically be part of the Sydney University Law Society (SULS), one of the most active student-led organisations at the university. SULS arranges a variety of events, activities and programs including social events, mooting and skills competitions, educational support and career events.
Completed high school diploma
Applicants must have a high school diploma.
*LLB with BA; however, the exact annual tuition fee is dependent upon the degree combination you choose.
** The University of Sydney has a general application deadline of January 30 for the March intake, and June 29 for the July intake; however, this is dependent upon the combination of degrees taken. You are encouraged to submit your application as early as possible.