Colleges and Universities Offering Master of Law in International Law in South Africa

  • Course Name: Master of Law in International Law(International Law)
  • Major Subject: International Law
  • Course Category: Masters Courses

Institutions Offering Master of Law in International Law

  • University of the Witwatersrand University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg  
    Entry Requirements:
    - Bachelor of Laws (LLB) with an average mark of 70 percent. If you have an LLB with an average mark of between 65% and 70%, you may be considered for admission.
    - However, you may be requested to submit a sample of academic writing which, in the sole discretion of the School of Law, demonstrates your ability to perform legal research and produce writing of a high standard, including the ability to think conceptually, footnote and reference properly, and communicate effectively in writing.
    - Such evidence could, for instance, consist of a legal publication or a law essay written by you during your LLB that received a high mark. This sample should not be submitted together with your application – if needed, the School will request the sample from you once your application has been marked as complete.
    - We admit only law graduates and legal professionals who have the interest, ability and time to conduct research at an advanced academic level. Entry to the programme is limited.

    Please note that the Entry Requirements are a guide. Meeting these requirements does not guarantee a place.

    Course Duration: 1 to 2 years

    Mode of Study: Full time and part time
  • University of Pretoria University of Pretoria, Pretoria  
    Admission Requirements:
    LLB degree or BProc degree or relevant degree from a foreign university that allows entrance to the formal legal profession
    A weighted average of at least 65% at final-year level
    An average of at least 65% for Public International Law at bachelor’s level

    Duration of study:
    1 year, full-time.

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