What is it?
Macquarie’s Pre-Law Pathway is the alternative avenue for those looking to transfer into law from a non-law degree. It allows you to undertake introductory law units as a pathway to the Bachelor of Laws from a Macquarie non-law degree.
Who you are
If you’ve been admitted to a non-law degree at Macquarie University, you can apply for admission to the Pre-Law Pathway prior to your first session of studies, if you meet the following criteria:
- Completed your HSC in 2017.
- Starting at Macquarie in 2018 – accepted an approved single degree (eg. Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Social Science, or Bachelor of Psychology).
- Attained an ATAR of 93+ (minimum ATAR to be established each year) – bonus points can contribute towards this ATAR requirement.
How do I apply?
To apply you will need to have your preferred Macquarie non-law degree as a preference in your UAC application. After you have been offered and accepted a place in a non-law degree, please apply for the Pre-Law Pathway through the online application form which will become available on this webpage soon.
Applications for Session 1, 2018 open 22 December 2017.
After you apply
You will study LAW115 Foundations of Law in your first Session. In your second Session you will study:
- LAWS104 – Contracts
- LAWS108 – Law, Lawyers and Society
- LAW109 – Criminal Justice
After completing all four units, you can apply for a course transfer into a Double Degree with Bachelor of Laws or a Single Bachelor of Laws.
Current Macquarie student?
If you are a Macquarie student currently enrolled in a non-law degree, please see the Pre-Law Pathway/Course Transfer page more more information.
You can lodge your questions at ask.mq.edu.au.