What ATAR do you need for law at QUT?

What ATAR do you need for law at QUT?

Offers we made to school leavers in Semester 1, 2021

Excluding adjustments
Highest ATAR/selection rank to receive an offer Selection rank 97.25
Median ATAR/selection rank to receive an offer Selection rank 90.40
Lowest ATAR/selection rank to receive an offer Selection rank 81.90

Is QUT law good?

QUT is all about teaching industry-level knowledge, so once you graduate you can be sure that you’ve developed the skills that are highly sought after in the legal industry. You’ll gain important critical thinking, communication and collaboration skills that are valued in and beyond the law world.

What ATAR is needed for law in Queensland?

What is the ATAR for Law? The short answer is a minimum of 73. In Queensland, the lowest ATAR score your child can achieve and still study a Bachelor of Laws is 73 – at James Cook University in Townsville or Cairns. This equates to an OP score of around 12.

What is a Bachelor of Law with Honours?

The abbreviation comes from the Latin term ‘Legum Baccalaureus’ and simply means the Bachelor of Law. LLB Hons is a Qualifying Law Degree (QLD) that is recognized by professional bodies, the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board.

What op do you need to be an architect?

To become an architect you usually have to complete an accredited degree in architecture. This usually consists of a degree in arts or design with a major in architecture, followed by a Master of Architecture. To get into the degree courses you usually need to gain your Senior Secondary Certificate of Education.

Is QUT a good university?

The 2018 edition of The Good Universities Guide reveals that QUT achieves five stars in the measures of Overall Experience and Learning Resources at an institution level. It is also above the national average in Teaching Quality, Student Support, Skills Development and Full-Time Employment.

Is LSE good for law?

LSE Law is very pleased to announce that we have once again been ranked in the top-ten universities worldwide for Law by the highly respected Times Higher Education World University Rankings, alongside other leading institutions in both the UK and USA. This is testimony to the quality of both our teaching and research.

How do you get into law at LSE?

Entry requirements

  1. GCSEs. A strong pre-16 academic profile such as several GCSE grades of A (or 7) and A* (or 8-9)
  2. A-levels. A*AA.
  3. Contextual admissions A-level grades* AAA.
  4. IB Diploma.
  5. Contextual admissions IB grades*
  6. Additional tests: All applicants must sit the Law National Admissions Test (LNAT).