Time limit and intermission - Faculty of Law

For each undergraduate Bachelor of Laws (Honours) degree (including all double degrees) there is a maximum time limit within which students must complete all of the requirements for the degree. The time limits are set out on the faculty website.

Students may apply for a period of intermission at any time. Usually, leave is granted for a maximum of one full year. Students can also apply for intermission for one semester. By granting intermission, the faculty reserves a place in the course in the following semester or year. However, the period of approved intermission will not extend the time allowed for completion of the course. More information including how to apply for intermission is available on the Intermission (study leave) webpage.

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