Information for future law students
The Faculty of Law's student population consists of approximately 2,500 current students, including international students from 30 countries around the world. The Faculty has a reputation for producing graduates who are highly employable and effective in the global workplace.
UTS: Law's key strengths are in:
- Well designed curriculum – developed in consultation with the legal profession and other key stakeholders;
- Internationally qualified academic staff and senior level industry based members of the legal profession – ensures students gain practical, work-ready skills as well as theoretical and professional training;
- Wide choice of electives – including many with an international or comparative element, and the opportunity to undertake subjects at international universities through exchange programs;
- State-of-the-art facilities – including free wireless internet access, multimedia lecture theatres, a purpose-built moot court, trial courts, computer labs, private research rooms, law library and study spaces;
- Industry networks - we partner with leading legal institutions and commercial companies, providing opportunities to network, engage and develop our industry-leading faculty. We regularly host networking events and career seminars and actively consult with professional bodies on emerging trends and needs in legal education;
- Our mentoring programs which are tailored to ease your transition into Law School. The First Year Peer Mentoring program provides a great medium for new students to connect with their peers and senior law students, and an opportunity to develop their legal study skills.
- International opportunities - you will graduate with a degree that accurately reflects changing global market trends in areas such as commercial law, intellectual property, telecommunications, media and international law. We also offer exciting opportunities to gain international experience as part of your degree through our exchange program.
- Our graduate attributes which are embedded in our course structure, subject activities, and assessments. In consultation with the legal profession and other community links, the UTS:Law degrees are imbued with graduate attributes to get you work-ready and professionally skilled.
- Flexibility in methods of subject delivery – including full-time or part-time attendance patterns with the choice of day, evening or weekend classes and the opportunity to study over Summer (Dec-Feb) to accelerate study programs; and
- Central business district (CBD) location – central bus and rail interchanges, just a few minutes’ walk from the UTS:LAW Haymarket campus, provide prompt access to the Sydney CBD, Sydney Harbour, City beaches and the International Airport.
There are a range of scholarships available for UTS: Law courses.
Find the course for you
The Faculty offer a range of courses in the UTS: Law course area. UTS: Law offers an extensive range of programs at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level. Find out all about the offered courses.
For UTS: Law courses, credit recognition, subject exceptions due to previous studies maybe granted.
Considering law as a career?
UTS: Law's Careeropedia has an online resources to help you navigate through information on the multitude of different career paths and employment opportunities within the legal profession.
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