English for Law is an interactive 5 or 10 week course designed to give you experience and the written and spoken English skills necessary to communicate effectively with clients and professionals in a legal environment.
This is an ideal program if you are nearing completion of your degree, or if you are working in the legal field and seeking to expand your English proficiency.
|CRICOS Code||Type||Duration||Maximum Class Size||Levels||Fees|
|063996G||Full-time||5 to 10 weeks
(in 5 week modules)
|18 students||1 Level||AUD$450 per week (2018)|
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Entry is based on an interview and placement test on arrival or on IELTS (or equivalent) test results.
IELTS Overall 5.5 with 5.5 in writing (or equivalent) or based on the results of an interview and placement test.
A background in Law is required for this course.
Skill development in:
Course topics include:
The course is offered in two 5 week modules. You may study either module, or both modules.
The 2018 tuition fee for each 5 week module is AUD$2,250
|1||2 Jan - 2 Feb|
|2||5 Feb - 9 Mar|
|5||21 May - 22 June|
|6||25 June - 27 July|
*English for Law is also offered on demand at other intakes throughout the year. For more information about course availablity, please contact Student Services.
Classes may be scheduled in the morning or the afternoon at our Kensington or Randwick Campus
Morning class times: 9.00 - 11.00am and 11.30am - 1.30pm
Afternoon class times: 1.30 - 3.30pm and 4.00 - 6.00pm
Language use 1
Language use 2
Final course marks are based on:
At the successful completion of the course, you will receive a UNSW Institute of Languages certificate at a graduation ceremony.
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