In 2017, the ANU will increase the cut-off for the program to a guaranteed ATAR cut-off of 98.

This means all students applying to commence the LLBHons in 2017 – either as a single degree or as part of a Flexible Double Degree – require an ATAR of 98. 

As a result of the change, students applying to the LLBHons will no longer be eligible for academic bonus points to be added to their ATAR. However, in line with the University’s commitment to equity and inclusion, students can still apply to receive up to five equity bonus points through the UAC Educational Access Scheme.

ANU has always strived to be transparent and open about the entry requirements for its programs – including publishing guaranteed ATAR cut-offs as early as possible each year.

More information about the 2017 entry requirements for the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) is available on ANU website.

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