Pathway to Oxford for UNSW JD studentsBy UNSW Mar 19, 2013 10:22AM UTC
UNSW Law and Oxford University Faculty of Law have signed a memorandum of understanding to give UNSW JD students the opportunity to graduate with two internationally recognised qualifications in just three and a half years. UNSW JD students who gain admission to the BCL or MLF through this route will spend 2.5 years at UNSW and 1 year at Oxford.
Oxford University’s highly regarded Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) and Masters in Law and Finance (MLF) will be open to applications from UNSW JD students in their fourth semester of study at UNSW. Successful applicants will complete their fifth semester at UNSW and then undertake a full academic year at Oxford.
On completion, students will be entitled to receive a Juris Doctor (JD) from UNSW and a Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) or Masters in Law and Finance (MLF) from Oxford University.
Applications will be due in January for commencement at Oxford the following September after completion of five semesters of the JD at UNSW.