Study Programme Details
Country: New Zealand
Admission Sessions: Autumn Session, Spring Session
Study Format: Full Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Bachelor's degree


36 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Embark on a journey of intellectual exploration with the Bachelor of Arts (BA) program, designed for those captivated by the history and creative endeavors of humankind and their profound influence on societies and the future. This program cultivates graduates in demand for their flexible skills, practical outlook, and depth of understanding that enriches their roles.

Craft the content with an engaging, active voice, drawing prospective students into the world of arts and humanities. Infuse storytelling elements that make the pursuit of knowledge relatable, bringing alive the transformative experiences within the BA program.


Elevate your academic pursuits with an internationally recognized BA degree, opening doors to diverse career opportunities. Through your studies, develop sector-specific analytical abilities, research experience, and polished written and verbal communication skills. Gain a broad perspective on the world and its cultures, tailored to your major within the School of Arts, Social Sciences, Māori and Indigenous Studies, or Law.

Admission Requirements

  • You will be eligible to apply for this degree if you have University Entrance and meet any additional requirements for the qualification. All other applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
  • an Academic IELTS Overall score of at least 6.0


  • LEGAL103 (Legal Method A) and LEGAL104
  • LEGAL106 (Legal Systems and Societies)
  • Gain real-world skills through practical experiences, including internships at esteemed institutions like the Hamilton District Community Law Centre, Police Prosecution Office, and law firms.

Domestic $6,776 – $7,821 per year

International $29,425 – $38,305 per year

Future Career Outcomes

Explore the success stories of BA alumni who have carved their niche in diverse careers. Discuss the industry demands met by the program, emphasizing the transferable skills developed and their relevance in the evolving job market.

Visa Requirements:

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