hmmm... prolly not the rite thread... but i heard frm ppl who did unsw comb law that if ur interested in a commerce related future than stick 2 single bachelor of commerce... n do honours 2 maximise career opportunities... n if ur interetewd in law related future then do comb law... they say that doing comb law is ptless if ur interested in taking on a commerce related future... is this true?
well i'm no expert but after a comm/law degree you'd still have the bachelor of commerce under your belt, having the law degree would favour you for say, a promotion. legal knowledge is certainly very useful, but if you're wanting a commerce-related future then a lot of what you learn would be kinda irrelevant i would imagine. depends on whether you think it's worth it.
How about if you have the EAS scheme and are eligible for 5 points...but then i feel....there wud already be so much competition b/w 99.xx students that people like me 94.5+ wont get in....im thinking of puting b com/b law my first pref...who cares if i dont get in then id just take b com alone....
why must it keep increasing.. the same amount of people get each uai point each year.. is it just becoming more and more popular? what if there was a mass shift away from law this year towards other degrees, or if more people were able to get into medicine..
90 for HECS? Do you mean 90 for Comm/Law or around 80/90 for undergraduate law as a whole? I am sure that the number is higher than the 90 in total (even with the 25% fee quota).
Note: What reduction in HECS funded places for 2004? They may cut a number of over enrolled places (if they exist), but that it is slightly different. Just remember that the reforms are set for 2005, so the 35% quota will only be reached from that year on.