Where Can I Study LLB In South Africa

What is LLB?

A Bachelor of Laws is an undergraduate law degree offered in most common law countries as the primary law degree and serves as the first professional qualification for legal practitioners. 

Where Can I Study LLB In South Africa?

Welcome to the University of Pretoria, and thanks for choosing UP! Our Faculty of Law is ranked as the best place to study law in South Africa, and Africa,

and we are in the top 100 law schools in the world – a feat unequaled in Africa.

How long is a LLB degree in South Africa?

The LLB degree comprises 40 modules: 37 compulsory modules and 3 optional modules.

To complete, the qualification students must comply with the 480 (40 modules) credit requirement. The minimum duration is 4 years.

How much does an LLB degree cost in South Africa?

Faculty of Law1st year3rd year
LLB47 000 – 56 00064 000
BCom (Law) (in Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences)50 000 – 69 00052 000 – 60 000
BA (Law) (in Faculty of Humanities)48 000 – 56 00047 000 – 53 000

Is LLB in demand in South Africa?

In the diverse and dynamic educational as well as social and political landscapes of South Africa, and Southern Africa in general, the Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree holds a unique position that means it is much sought after.

Is an LLB degree worth it in South Africa?

Choosing law as a career can be rewarding and exciting but it also requires hard work, dedication, and a high level of commitment.

The legal industry in South Africa is exceptionally competitive and there are many different career paths to choose from.