- A plus-two level qualification (CBSE/ISC) with at least an average score of 97% (average score to be calculated combining the score for the best four externally examined subjects including English)
A plus-two level qualification (State Board Matriculation for Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal) with at least an average score of 95% (average score to be calculated combining the score for the best five externally examined subjects at the plus-two level)
English language requirements:
- IELTS Academic: A minimum overall band score of 7.5 with no less than 7 in each band
- TOEFL PBT: A minimum overall score of 615 with a TWE score of 5
- TOEFL iBT: At least 105 overall with no less than 25 in Writing and 23 in Speaking, Listening and Reading
Application process: Online (through the official website of University of Sydney)
Documents required for applying:
- Academic transcripts of all previous qualifications
- Certificates of all prior qualifications
- English language proficiency test scorecards
- A copy of passport or similar travel document for proof of nationality
The Australian higher education institutions charge a Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) in addition to the tuition fees as per the government mandate. Determined by the Australian government each year, the SSAF covers the expenses of a host of facilities and support services available to the students inside and outside the campus premises of the education providers in the country. International students must also purchase an Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of their stay Down Under.
Annual tuition fees for Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws at University of Sydney: AU$ 40,500 (INR 20.18 lacs approximately)
Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF): AU$ 298 (INR 15,130 approximately)
Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC): AU$ 437 (INR 22,188 approximately)
The career prospects of the Bachelor of Arts and bachelor of laws from the University of Sydney are myriad and dynamic. Specialising the theories of legal practice, the graduates from the university usually undergo a year of practical training in the legal studies before joining the workforce after the completion of their combined study program. The following are the most popular job options for the students of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws graduates from the University of Sydney.
- Foreign affairs
- Human rights activist
- International relations liaison expert
- Public prosecutor
- Senior policy advisor
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), under the government of Australia, sanctions numerous scholarships and awards for the exceptionally meritorious students applying to study in the higher education institutions of the country. These scholarships usually cover the expenses of the tuition fees and other academic fees, a monthly stipend and the OSHC for the international students.
Apart from the Australia Awards (by DFAT) and Endeavour Scholarships, the following are some of the scholarships available for the international students to study Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws at the University of Sydney.
- Association of Commonwealth Universities Scholarships
- The Defence University Scholarship
- Robert A. Dallen Prize
- Beauchamp Prizes