International undergraduate student information
The University has welcomed international students for more than 50 years and values their many contributions to the academic experience. This involves a great deal more than just working towards an internationally-respected degree. It also includes opportunities for friendship, comradeship and personal growth.
The LLB program offered by the TC Beirne School of Law has students from all regions of the world, including Singapore, Malaysia, The United States of America, Canada, Papua New Guinea, the People’s Republic of China, Germany and many more. Click here to see a short video about Brisbane.
Applications from prospective international students are assessed by the University on a case by case basis. Eligibility depends on your ability to satisfy academic qualifications and standards plus minimum English language requirements.
Applications for both the LLB(Hons) and dual degrees with the LLB(Hons) are made through the University's International Admissions Section. For the requirements and procedure for submitting applications, and to download an application form, click the button below.
Applications for the LLB(Hons) (#64) and LLB(Hons)/dual programs close at the end of September in the year prior to commencement.
A Bachelor of Laws degree from UQ is internationally recognised. If you are a student from Singapore or Malaysia you may use the four year LLB to directly fulfil the academic qualifications required for admission to the legal profession in your home country.
If you are a student from India our dual LLB (Hons) programs are recognised by the Bar Council of India.
Students enrolled in a dual LLB degree or the Graduate Entry LLB must apply for exemption from the ‘Qualified Person’ requirements for admission to the Singapore Bar.
For further information, visit the Singapore Ministry of Law website.
Students from Malaysia should refer to the information provided on the following websites:
Students enrolled in the four year single LLB (Hons) will be required to undertake a one year bridging course in India conducted by the Bar Council. For further information, visit the Bar Council of India website.
If you are a student from another country, then once admitted in Australia, you may only need to complete limited conversion modules to also be eligible for admission in your home country.