Flinders University Law School
Flinders University Law School
Flinders University offers undergraduate and postgraduate law degrees through the College of Business, Government and Law at their Bedford Park campus and online.
Flinders Law School Entry Requirements
If you’re a high school leaver or haven’t been to university before, an undergraduate Bachelor of Laws is for you. University graduates can study a postgraduate Juris Doctor degree. To learn more about the different types of law degrees, see our Law Degrees Explained page.
Year 12 Entry
High school leavers can apply through SATAC to study a 4-year Bachelor of Laws (Honours), a 4-year Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice or a 5-year Combined Bachelor of Laws with majors from Arts, Accounting, Business, Finance, Criminology Social Sciences or Science faculties.
High school leavers are assessed based on their ATAR. The 2021 ATAR cut off for the single and double degrees were 95.
Recent graduates & Mature Age
Applicants with higher degrees can apply via SATAC and are assessed based on their GPA.
Under the Adult Entry program, mature age students can apply to study a Bachelor of Laws by applying to SATAC.
The Indigenous Admission Scheme provides an alternative pathway for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
You can apply for the scheme through SATAC.
The Foundation Studies is another pathway open to people of all backgrounds. It is a 4-month program to prepare students for university and to gain entry into an undergraduate degree.
Studying law at Flinders
Flinders operates on a two semester calendar. A full-time study load is 8 subjects per year. Students can also enrol in a part time study load, which is 4 subjects per year.
You can find information about the Bachelor of Laws here.
You can find information about the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) here.
You can find information about the Combined Bachelor of Laws courses and typical study patterns here.
You can find information about the Juris Doctor here.
You can find information about the Masters of Law here.
Support for First Nations law students
Indigenous Support Centre
The Yunggorendi Student Engagement Support Services is the Indigenous Support Centre at Flinders.
Law school contacts
T: 1800 641 811
College of Business, Government and Law contact:
T: +61 8 8201 3300
Indigenous tutoring program
Flinders operates the Yunggorendi Tutorial Program all First Nations students.
The following scholarships are university-wide scholarships available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students:
Business, Government and Law Honours Scholarship for Indigenous Students
Erica Jolly Indigenous Bursary
Flinders University Student Access Scholarships
Jacqui Thorburn and Family Bursary for Indigenous Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Management
Northern Territory Territory Medical Program Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Bursary
Practical Legal Training (PLT)
Flinders offers PLT as part of the Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice degree.
You can find the different PLT topic options here.
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