Course code: #SCB001
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The Bachelor of Justice Studies at the University of Canberra will provide an in-depth understanding of the justice system's structure, concepts and underlying principles.
Within the unique legal context of the nation’s capital – which covers both ACT and federal jurisdictions – you’ll explore the practical and theoretical issues that arise in developing, managing and administering justice policy.
Choose to study the specialist electives which interest you, including human rights, judicial administration in civil and family law, or criminal justice issues.
You’ll gain skills in advocacy, communication, problem-solving, negotiation and mediation, and graduate work-ready for a range of professional roles in the civil and criminal justice sectors, responsible for developing and implementing justice policy and improving access to justice.
As part of the course’s Work Integrated Learning (WIL) component, you’ll undertake an internship placement of 75 hours in an area of your choosing.
You’ll apply practical skills in a law or justice workplace, including analysis, research, problem-solving and writing.
You’ll also participate in a virtual work experience program where you will study highly practical units, such as dispute management.
The program will draw together theoretical, practical and professional skills and knowledge in a capstone project, where you will focus on your real-world area of interest or potential future employment goal.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,700|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$8,250|
UC College offers English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) at the University of Canberra College English Language Centre (UCCELC), conveniently located on the Bruce campus in Canberra.
|Course||Entry requirement||Lead to|
|General English||IELTS 4.0||(AE1)|
|Academic English1(AE1)||IELTS 4.5||(AE2)|
|Academic English2(AE2)||IELTS 5.0||(AE3)|
|Academic English3(AE3)||IELTS 5.5|
UC undergraduate degrees
|Academic English4(AE14)||IELTS 6.0||University’s Master’s degrees|
Admission to this course is based on an entrance rank. A rank can be achieved by the following means:
If you’re an international student who hasn’t met the University of Canberra’s entry requirements for your preferred UC undergraduate degree, the International Foundation Studies program is an accredited pre-university Pathways program that can help you achieve your goal of university education.
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