HOW TO APPLY FOR THE SYDNEY JD – SPECIAL ADMISSION


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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

Deadline:
Friday, 13 December 2013

Juris Doctor – Cadigal Alternative Entry Program

The Cadigal Alternative Entry Program is both a special entry scheme and an academic support program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants from all types of academic backgrounds. It is available for admission into all of the University’s undergraduate courses that are offered through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC).

The program aims to encourage greater participation in tertiary education by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. However, like all the University’s application schemes, applying under this program is optional. You do not have to apply through this program just because you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander applicant.

The program is managed by Student Support Services for the majority of the University’s courses.

If you are interested in applying for consideration under this program please visit the Cadigal Program page on the Student Services website