EAS runs of a different system. Each course has spots dedicated to EAS scheme, but your biggest hope would be that those who you are competing against for a place in the course got a low UAI, that way they don't beat you into that course.Originally posted by lil_star
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....
laz said 90 inc. 10 fee. he also said that the cutoff would be about 99.80Originally posted by rukawasan
walla bro... are u sure... cos i rmb laz saying awhile back its more than 90(80hecs)
if its 80... then the uai cutoff would b incredibly high dis yr... higher even than med in the non-umat days...
it would b around 99.80 or higher.... n thats quite inconceivable
I can't agree that doing combined law could ever be "pointless" if you're planning on entering the corporate world. A law degree opens all the doors to upper management positions. Besides, as always, it's easy to just drop down to the single B Commerce degree if you so choose, but it's very difficult to pick up law. You've got the first three years of your degree to decide whether to keep the law component or not.Originally posted by rukawasan
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?
Next year there will be about 250 places, but if i did arts and tried to transfer into arts/law in 2005, is there a chance they may have changed by then, cutting down places and making a transfer more impossible than it already is???Originally posted by tycoontyphoon
having spoken to the dean's assistant at the open day today, she confirmed that there would be 250 places in undergrad law next year. about 160-170 hecs places for yr 12 students, 30 for access, and 50 full fee-paying.