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Bachelor of commerce: Business Law
Bachelor of commerce: Business Law

Bachelor of commerce: Business Law

  • ID:UWA610002
  • Level:3-Year Bachelor's Degree
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  • Type:Full-time

Fees (AUD)

  • TuitionFee/Year:$37,300.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$10,180.00
  • TuitionFee/Year:$37,300.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$10,180.00
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Admission Requirements

Entry requirements

Tertiary-level (university) students

To study at UWA as a Study Abroad or exchange student you should normally:

  • have completed one semester of tertiary study at a recognised institution
  • have a nomination from your home university to participate in the UWA Study Abroad program or complete and submit the Home University Authorisation form
  • be in good academic standing at your home university

High school students

To study at UWA as a Study Abroad or exchange student you should normally:

  • have completed a high school qualification in accordance with the admission requirements for entry to the relevant bachelor's degree programs at UWA (for example, BA and BSc)

English requirement

IELTS (Academic)

An overall score minimum of 6.5, and no band less than 6.0 (must include Academic Reading and Writing modules).

TOEFL (next generation Internet-based test iBT)

An overall score minimum of 82 with a minimum score of: 22 in the Writing section; 18 in the Reading section, 20 in the Speaking section; and 20 in the Listening section.

International English language tests

View the complete list of tests by which UWA's English language competency requirement may be satisfied for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate coursework degrees.

UWA Centre for English Language Teaching (CELT) English Language Pathways

  • Completion of the Academic English & Study Skills Bridging Course (Bridging Course) Module 2 with a minimum score of 70%

Other requirement

Prerequisite subjects: Mathematics Applications ATAR with a Mathematics unit completed in your first year.

Recommended subjects: Mathematics Methods ATAR.

Course Information

Gain a solid understanding of the Australian legal system and how it impacts on business and commercial transactions. You'll learn about the law relating to contract, torts, corporations, agency, partnership, fiduciary obligations, taxation, banking, finance, intellectual property, competition, consumer protection and international trade. You'll learn how to recognise and analyse potential legal problems that can arise from common business transactions. You'll acquire knowledge and skills that empower you to intelligently request, understand and act on legal services and advice. A strong grounding in business law is increasingly being seen as an attractive attribute for potential employers, as the personal liability of professionals, business managers and public servants continues to grow.

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Pre Courses

The UWA Foundation Program is the most effective path to a place at UWA for international students. Successful completion of the program guarantees entry to an undergraduate degree, subject to any quotas or prerequisites.

The program is conducted exclusively by Taylors College Perth at UWA's Claremont campus and is available in four formats with multiple intake dates.

Advanced Program

For students who have achieved superior grades in English and relevant subjects

30-week program beginning in April and October

Standard Program

For students who have achieved at least average grades in English and relevant subjects

40-week program beginning in January and July

Extended Program

For students who do not qualify for the Standard Program, or who want to develop a more solid foundation in key subjects such as mathematics or the sciences

60-week program beginning in January and July


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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

Business Law graduates are well qualified for a variety of roles in the private and government sectors. These include careers in accountancy (with appropriate further qualifications), business management, marketing, international trade, banking and finance, public service, industrial relations, human resource management and related professions and endeavours that draw on an appropriate level of knowledge of business law. Employers include government organisations and non-government organisations (NGOs) involved in areas such as consumer protection, competition policy, financial regulation, trade policy and legal assistance.

Ability to settle

Overseas Student Health Cover

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