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Bachelor of Laws - (4 Year Programme)

Duration Time
4 years

The LLB is now the only qualification acceptable for admission into the legal profession. The requirements that a person seeking admission to study for the degree must meet depends on the qualification that the person currently holds and the LLB degree option that the person wishes to pursue.

In addition to the general admission requirements in terms of General Rule 2.6 and Annexure 7 of the Faculty Prospectus, " A student who wishes to register for any programme in Law, may be required by Senate to submit testimonials in support of his/her application for admission; and/or o attend an interview; and/or o Undergo an admission test ".




This requires an applicant to be in possession of a school leaving qualification that meets the legal minimum requirement for admission to degree study in South Africa – in the form of either the new National Senior Certificate (NSC) or a matriculation exemption/endorsement. However, applicants who do not satisfy the said legal minimum requirement may be admitted under the University’s Senate Discretionary Exemption (SDE) dispensation in which event they will have to satisfy additional curriculum requirements.

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