Take your first step to a career in law or criminology with an undergraduate degree at Sydney's top-ranked law faculty*.
Immerse yourself in the practical application of law and justice to tackle tomorrow’s big challenges. Sharpen your mind with complex ideas from a law faculty that’s driven by an ethos of justice for all.
Develop the values, legal skills and qualities you’ll need to become a qualified legal practitioner. Our double degree builds competence within the legal profession and another field of your choice.
What makes a criminal? How are crimes measured and justice decided? Explore the complex dynamics of criminality within our society.
All Australian students who wish to study our Bachelor of Laws program are required to sit the LAT – an aptitude test that will be assessed alongside your ATAR.
Build confidence in your ideas, sharpen your mind, develop close-knit relationships and gain professional knowledge. You’ll enjoy an active, rewarding experience during your studies.
We are committed to increasing the number of First Nations Law & Justice graduates. For more than 40 years, we have been working in partnership with Nura Gili Centre for Indigenous Programs to deliver pathway and enabling programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Your world-changing career in law or criminology could begin with one of our preparatory programs.
Achieve your full potential with a UNSW Law & Justice scholarship. We offer faculty and university-wide scholarships for domestic and international students across our range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Our awards and grants reward excellence, and encourage international mobility, diversity and equity.
From social clubs to the classroom, uncover your strengths through life-changing experiences.
The world is changing, and now more than ever, it needs people who want to make a difference. Choosing the right degree starts here.
We’ll encourage you to learn and grow at UNSW and help you make your impact.
Immerse yourself in experiential learning opportunities, including exchange and international courses, internships, clinics and moot courtroom, most of which are credited towards your degree.
*QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2021
**Excellence in Research for Australia, 2018