There are two intakes for the Bachelor of Laws (LLB) - in February and July each year.
To enrol in the Bachelor of Laws programme, you need to have gained University Entrance as well as satisfy additional requirements for entry to Law.
Additional Requirements for Entry to Law
NCEA Level 3 Certificate endorsed with Merit or Excellence
NCEA Level 3 and 18 or more Level 3 credits in a single literacy-rich subject (listed below), which may be included in NCEA Level 3.
History of Art, History, Health Education, Economics, Classical Studies, Business Studies, Drama, Biology, Earth and Space Science, Agriculture & Horticulture, Home Economics, English, Geography, Religious Studies, Social Studies, Te Reo Maori, Education, Latin, Media Studies
The Admissions Committee considers all applications on a case-by-case basis. You'll need to support your application with academic achievement, work experience, school and community involvement outlined in a written statement. Your personal statement should be up to 300 words.
If you don't meet the University Entrance requirements, please contact email@example.com as there are other pathways that you can take to study in this field.
If you pass your first year at Waikato then you're guaranteed entry into the second year of your degree.