This double degree draws together the perspectives of four crucial academic disciplines to address contemporary national and global issues, such as justice, inequality and climate change. This degree will open doors to equip you with a powerful combination of intellectual tools to understand and act in the world.
Alongside courses from the disciplines of Politics & International Relations, Philosophy, and Economics, the UNSW PPE degree explores the synergies and tensions between these fields, and trains you to assesses their relevance in meeting humanity's most difficult challenges.
Your Law degree will complement your UNSW PPE degree as you develop a thorough understanding of legal frameworks, processes and systems alongside a wide range of experiential learning opportunities. You’ll gain exceptional skills that stand out to employers with practical experience including mooting, an internship or clinical program, or international exchange.
Why choose this degree?
Studying law opens the door to countless opportunities, inside and outside the legal profession. UNSW Law instils the values, skills and qualities you’ll need to become a qualified legal practitioner with a strong sense of community and social justice. Employers seek our graduates for their critical thinking and analytical skills. We teach our students to think outside the box, so when it comes to your career, there will be many options available to you.
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By combining your PPE degree with Law, you’ll be well-equipped for a global career in politics and public policy development, including the highest reaches of government and the public service, as well as in consultancy, research firms, international organisations, advocacy organisations, NGOs and the legal profession.
Accreditation / Professional Recognition
Legal Profession Admission Board (NSW)
For Bachelor of Laws: None. Non-law degree: Refer to the relevant non-law degree entry