HOW TO APPLY FOR THE SYDNEY JD – SPECIAL ADMISSION
Juris Doctor - Special Consideration
If you have a poor ATAR or equivalent, need to explain a poor secondary record, or believe your tertiary studies have been significantly affected by misadventure, illness or other compelling circumstances, you may be eligible for admission under special consideration.
Separate to your UAC application submit your explanation in writing with any supporting documentary evidence to:
Marketing and Admissions Manager
Sydney Law School
New Law School Building F10
University of Sydney 2006
Friday, 7 December 2012
Juris Doctor – Cadigal Scheme
The Cadigal Scheme is an access and support program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to study at The University of Sydney. The Juris Doctor can be studied through the Cadigal Scheme.
You will still need to have completed a degree in another discipline.
Applications for the Cadigal Scheme must be submitted to the Koori Centre or Yooroang Garang before end November each year. You must also submit a UAC application showing the Juris Doctor as the preferred course at the University of Sydney.
Students admitted under the Cadigal Scheme may be offered enrolment with a full-time course load or a reduced load. Students with a reduced load may still be eligible for full Abstudy.
Students admitted under the Cadigal Scheme are asked to attend the Koori Centre Orientation Workshops.
For more information please visit the Koori Centre website