Admission PathwaysWe truly hope that all students receive the ATAR they are expecting, however, if things don't work out as planned, we have you covered with our admission pathways. Pathways to the Bachelor of Laws ATAR of 85 or higher Students who score an ATAR of 85 or higher (including adjustment factors), can study a Bachelor of Laws at IMC ATAR of 50 or higher Pathway > Bachelor of International Business Students who score an ATAR of 50 or higher (including adjustment factors) have the option to study the Bachelor of International Business (General or Accounting major) and successfully transition into the Bachelor of Laws degree after completing and passing the first four units (receiving full credit). Completed HSC Pathway > Diploma of Business Students who have completed Year 12 but did not meet the ATAR entry requirement, or did not apply for one, still have the chance to study law at IMC through the Diploma of Business. Students who complete, pass and score a credit average of 65 or higher in the first four subjects are eligible to transfer to the Bachelor of Laws program (receiving full credit). Pathways to the Bachelor of International Business and Bachelor of Applied Finance and Accounting If students do not meet the standard criteria for a bachelor’s degree, they may be considered for admission into the Diploma of Business or Diploma of Applied Finance and Accounting. Upon successful completion of 8 Diploma units (48 credit points), students may choose to continue in the 2nd and 3rd years of IMC's bachelor degree: Successful completion of Diploma of Business allows students to continue further study in a with credit for a maximum of 48 credit points in Bachelor of International Business Successful completion of Diploma of Applied Finance and Accounting allows students to continue further study in a with credit for a maximum of 48 credit points in Bachelor of Applied Finance and Accounting Please contact the Admissions Department via email@example.com to check your eligibility for the Admission Pathway.