Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Arts

The University of Notre Dame Australia

The Law curriculum has been developed by members of the judiciary, the legal profession and senior staff from some of Australia's leading universities. It is designed to satisfy both state and national professional admission requirements. Once admitted, law graduates will be able to work as solicitors or barristers, allowing them to give legal advice and appear in court. The Law and Arts double degree combines thorough training in law with studies in an arts discipline.

Course Fee:

Australian: $92,905
International: $182,125

Entry Requirements:

Year 12 or equivalent; interview; mature age applicants: strong results in 6-12 months of study full time equivalent (with 65% course average or higher); successful completion of four or more mature age WACE subjects


3 core curriculum courses (units), compulsory and elective law courses, and 12 elective arts courses (with at least 8 making up a major)

Subjects you can Study:

Archaeology (WA); Behavioural science (WA); Applied Psychology (NSW); Counselling (NSW); English Literature; Environmental science (WA); Film and Screen Production; Geography (WA); History; Journalism; Law; Media studies; Philosophy; Politics and International Relations; Social Justice; Theatre Studies; Theology


Legal Practice Board of Western Australia; NSW Legal Practitioners' Admission Board

Accepts International Students:


Provider CRICOS: 01032F

Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Fremantle No info Yes Part time 10 years
Sydney No info Yes Part time 10 years
Sydney No info Yes Full time 5 years
Fremantle No info Yes Full time 5 years

The University of Notre Dame Australia is a leading and distinctive Australian university, a status reflected by consistent 5-star ratings in the Good Universities Guide over the past 12 years.

A national Catholic university, with over 12,500 students, Notre Dame provides an exceptional educational experience, with Campuses in Fremantle and Broome in WA and in Sydney, NSW. Notre Dame has seven rural medical schools in NSW and Victoria.

Why study with us

Notre Dame's distinctive approach to education has been recognised by the best critics of all – our students – as the best in Australia for overall quality of educational experience in the nationwide Federal Government survey.

Our Sydney Campus is located in the vibrant inner city suburb of Chippendale while the Nursing and Medical Schools in Darlinghurst are located just metres from St Vincent’s Hospital. Our Fremantle Campus – located south of Perth in the port city’s West End, reflects the ‘town university’ ambience of the great European universities. 

Professional experience and employability

Notre Dame is a national leader when it comes to preparing graduates for a successful career. In the latest Federal Government’s Employer Satisfaction Survey – where business and industry leaders have their say on the quality of university graduates – Notre Dame achieved first in WA and NSW for overall employer satisfaction. 

Students learn from academics who have years of professional experience and who are at the forefront of the latest industry trends. One of the hallmarks of a Notre Dame degree is the hands-on learning integrated into all programs. Students graduate with both professional contacts and experience on their CV. Notre Dame has one of the highest graduate employment rates (79.1%), well above the national average (70.6%).

Study Abroad

Study Abroad opportunities are offered through partner institutions located in Europe, North America and Asia. Short-term cultural immersion programs take students to destinations such as Cambodia, India, Timor-Leste, Kenya and Zimbabwe.

A liberal arts education

Degrees are offered in a broad range of disciplines in the following Schools: Arts & Sciences; Business; Education; Health Sciences; Law; Medicine; Nursing & Midwifery; Philosophy & Theology; and Physiotherapy.

Employers seek graduates who can think critically, creatively and compassionately. Every Notre Dame student is encouraged to develop these skills through the Core Curriculum courses in Philosophy, Ethics and Theology which are integrated into all undergraduate degrees. Students are encouraged consider how they can achieve their career ambitions while building a better world.

Admission and selection 

Our personalised admissions goes beyond an ATAR score. It considers a student’s personal qualities, motivation to study, academic potential and contribution to school, work experience or community life, in addition to their academic record. A discussion with an academic member of staff gives students the opportunity to fully explore their study options and career goals.

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