Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws

UNSW Sydney

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Overview

Bachelor Degree
Sydney
5.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

This dual degree provides extensive opportunities for you to apply your learning and gain real world experience. You’ll develop skills in effective communication and learn to think critically, analytically and laterally.

Your Law degree complements your humanities study with a wide range of experiential learning opportunities. Engage in mooting, undertake an internship or clinical program, go on an international exchange and gain exceptional skills and practical experience that are highly sought after by employers.
Majors

Art History and Theory
Arts and Social Sciences
Asian Studies
Australian Studies
Chinese Studies
Creative Writing
Criminology
Development...

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Careers

This program provides excellent preparation for a career in policy making, business, diplomacy, international relations or legal practice.

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