Bachelor of Laws - India Accreditation
Study the Bachelor of Laws at the highest-rated University in New South Wales and the ACT* and be accredited to practice in India
The University of Wollongong’s unique approach to legal education will provide you with a critical and questioning attitude, broad perspectives and skills and knowledge valuable in a diverse range of legal careers.
The Bachelor of Laws is highly practical and focuses on developing research skills, written and oral communication, negotiation, drafting and advocacy skills and helps align your strengths to specific career paths.
Why Study Law at UOW
- In 2017, the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) ranked UOW first in New South Wales and the ACT in the study area of Law and Paralegal Studies
- All UOW law students must complete a compulsory internship as part of their studies which allows the application of legal knowledge to real-life situations
- The UOW Law School provides interactive seminars in small groups, facilitated by experienced and distinguished academics and legal practitioners
- In 2015 the Oﬃce for Learning and Teaching (OLT) Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning named UOW Law an award winner for its integrated first year curriculum and student support program
To be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Laws, students are must receive an average of 85% in the top 3 academic subjects from the Indian School Certificate Examination(ISCE), Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) or Individual State Boards.^
Students are also required to meet the Bachelor of Laws English language requirement.
Refer to the Course Finder for detailed information about the course structure.
- The Bachelor of Laws delivers a comprehensive and highly practical legal education for an extensive range of legal work. The course oﬀers its subjects via face-to-face delivery including lectures and seminars/tutorials.
- This degree is accredited by the Australian Legal Profession Administration Board (LPAB) as satisfying the academic requirements necessary to practice as a lawyer in Australia.
- The Law School at UOW is the only Law school in New South Wales that requires students to complete a compulsory 20 day period of workplace experience in a legal environment. The internship is an important learning tool that allows students to observe, reflect and apply their legal knowledge in real life situations.
- On completion of the Bachelor of Laws, a student who wishes to practice as a barrister or solicitor in India must also undertake a bridging course upon their return to India.
A wide range of scholarships are available for undergraduate International students to assist with tuition fees including the Undergraduate Excellence Scholarship and the Faculty Merit Scholarship.
How to Apply
Simply apply online via UOW's online application form. It's quick, easy and secure.
Services Available to Students
Many students say one of the best parts of the university experience is living in a residence. UOW oﬀers a number of living options for students designed to meet individual needs.
This program supports students to make friends and connect to the campus and local community. ISP oﬀers a wide variety of programs and activities, many of which are open to the whole family.
Student Support Advisors are available to provide assistance to international students during their stay in Australia. They can help with a range of issues such as health, student visas, personal issues, study concerns and legal questions.
UOW Security's primary role on campus is to ensure the safety and protection of people and property. Operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week throughout the year they oﬀer services such as a safe escort after dark and first aid assistance.
UOW has a number of clubs and societies available to current students, allowing students to engage and interaction a broader educational and social level with their peers. These include UOW Indian Students Association, and the UOW South Asian Students on Facebook.
For a broader overview of life at the University of Wollongong including information specific to international students, visit our Study in Australia page.
Phone: +61 2 4221 3456
*In the 2017 QILT rankings, UOW was rated first for Law and Paralegal Studies in New South Wales and the ACT.
^these requirements are a guideline only and do not guarantee admission. They are subject to review at any time.