A legal degree is the first step toward a career in one of the oldest and most prestigious professions in the world. There are a number of accredited law schools in South Africa that can assist you in getting started in this interesting sector.
South Africa has a total of 17 law schools, with several of them ranking among Africa's and even the world's best. Universities, both public and private, are featured.
Continue reading to discover more about becoming a lawyer and the best 5 law schools in South Africa.
5. University of Johannesburg.
The college, which was created in 2005, has subsequently produced outstanding academic results, achieving international recognition in a short period of time.
The law school offers an LLB degree that requires a minimum of 28 APS points in Mathematics or 29 APS points in Mathematical Literacy, level 5 in English as an entry criterion.
A bachelor's degree in law is the same way. A BCom Law applicant must have an English level of 5 or higher, as well as 29 APS points in Mathematics Literacy or 28 APS points in Level 4 Mathematics.
4. Stellenbosch University .
The Western Cape University has been around for about a century. Stellenbosch University is home to South Africa's largest legal library and some of the country's most illustrious law teachers.
Admission to a law degree program requires a National Senior Certificate (NSC) with at least 50% in each of the four school courses.
3. University of Pretoria (UP)
The University of Pretoria is one of the country's oldest and largest universities, having been founded in 1908 in Pretoria, South Africa's administrative capital. Entrance to the law faculty's four-year LLB degree requires a minimum APS of 32 and a level 5 in English.
In the faculties of business and humanities, BCom Law (minimum 32 APS points with English and Mathematics Level 5) and BA Law (minimum 30 APS points with English Level 5) degrees are also available, which lead to admission to an LLB degree.
2. University of Witwatersrand.
South Africa's second-best law school is the University of Witwatersrand. Former President Nelson Mandela was a Nobel Laureate from the University of Witwatersrand, which is also one of the country's most well-known universities.
Five campuses are located in Johannesburg, South Africa's largest metropolis and the provincial capital of Gauteng, amid the vibrant cosmopolitan neighborhoods of Braamfontein and Parktown.
1. University of Cape Town (UCT)
The list is topped by UCT, South Africa's oldest and best-rated university. The University of Cape Town (UCT) was established in 1829 and is located in the picturesque city of Cape Town. One of the campuses is perched above Devil's Peak, which provides panoramic views of the city.
UCT is the finest university in South Africa for studying law, according to the QS World Rankings. Both locally and internationally, the university is regarded for generating highly sought-after law graduates.
The Law Faculty at UCT has about 1000 students, thus there is a lot of rivalry for the few available spots. Matriculants are offered an LLB degree, for which an APS of 36 is required for admission, while more than 44 APS points are required for probable admission.
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