You’re considered an International student if you are a citizen of a country other than Australia or New Zealand.
With our Law degree ranked No.1 in South Australia1, in the top 100 in the world1, you'll prepare for a dynamic career in the legal profession with UniSA.
You will learn the fundamental principles of the legal system and obtain specialised knowledge through elective courses, allowing you to graduate with the skills to analyse and apply legal principles. Delivering practical learning, small class sizes, and courtroom-like facilities, our degrees provide a learning experience that takes you beyond the theory of law.
You will be prepared for legal practice through practical learning experiences including mooting, negotiation, witness examination, the student-run Legal Advice Clinic and student placements in legal and other professional settings. You will learn how to argue a case by developing your skills in reasoning, analysis, communication and advocacy and gain experience 'at the bar' in a mock court and present before a judge.
Offering double degrees and flexible trimester study options, we allow you to tailor your studies to your interests and needs, including opportunities for overseas study placements, as well as local and national internships and clerkships.
Recognised as above world-class in law research2 and ranked number one in South Australia for overall satisfaction and good teaching in undergraduate law3, you’ll be learning from experts at the forefront of the legal profession.
12018 World Times Higher Education Subject Ranking
22015 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA)
3QILT – undergraduate 2017
12018 World Times Higher Education Subject Ranking. 2UniSA Business School is one of just nine institutions in the country and 169 globally to be accredited by EQUIS. There are a total pool of 16,585 business schools worldwide, AACSB, May 2017. 3QILT: Course Experience Questionnaire 2015-2016.
12015 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA). 2Times Higher Education (THE) Top 200 Under 50.
Employment for legal professionals in Australia is projected to increase by 17.8 per cent between now and November 20201. Careers to consider:
1Australian Government Department of Employment, Occupational Employment Projections 2015
We are a globally connected university, our staff and students come from over 90 countries. We have more than 2,500 industry and professional relationships that support student internships, research and community engagement.
Our Business School works with more than 200 companies, governments and organisations, and many of these are long-standing relationships built on common goals and shared values.
In the 2015 Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) rankings, our research in law was assessed as above world-class. We have strong links, individually and collectively, with leading and like-minded research institutions in North America, Europe and the UK and are building equally exciting new relationships in Asia.
University of South Australia students and staff provide an insight into what it’s like to study Law at UniSA
Matt Doran, Political Reporter