University Targeted Admission Scheme (UTAS) supplementary information
Access application forms for Targeted Admission Schemes (Māori, Pacific, students with disabilities, students from low socio-economic backgrounds and students from refugee backgrounds).
UTAS is the University’s Undergraduate Targeted Admission Schemes for eligible Māori and applicants from some equity groups.
Find out more: UTAS.
UTAS for Law students
Eligible students require a C+ in LAW 121G Law and Society to progress to LAW 131 Legal Method and/or LAW 141 Legal Foundations.
Please ensure your ethnicity is recorded correctly on Student Services Online (SSO) if you are eligible under the Māori or Pacific schemes.
Visit us: Student Services Online.
LLB Part II Applications
Please find below the links to Auckland Law School specific questionnaires for the LLB Part II Targeted Admission Schemes in 2020.
It is important to complete the relevant questionnaire no later than 1 December.
The online Application for Admission – Part II must be completed (on SSO) prior to completing this form, and no later than 27 November 2019.
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There is no direct entry from secondary school into LLB Part II. You must first enrol in another university degree programme and also complete all LLB Part I pre-requisite courses. Not all students who complete Part I will be able to continue on to LLB Part II. Admission to Part II is limited and competitive. Your Part I results and results from your other university courses will be used to assess whether or not you will be selected for Part II. You will be selected on the basis of academic merit using grades awarded on your previous university studies. Special entry schemes for admission are available for domestic students. Selection and admission criteria for entry to LLB Part II may change each year.
The above is subject to change each year
More information: Applying for LLB Part I, LLB Part II.
For more information, please contact the Law School Student Advisers.