Professor Carolina Koornhof, Executive Director: Finance and Student Administration, is pleased to invite you to the University of Pretoria’s (UP) first-ever Virtual #ChooseUP Day.
The information event will take place on Saturday, 15 August 2020 from 08:45 to 11:00 via the UP Virtual Campus platform.
Professor Tawana Kupe, Vice-Chancellor and Principal, will be addressing conditionally admitted students and their parents or guardians, and will provide valuable information about studying at South Africa’s top university.
The Deans of various faculties will also share information about their world-leading, innovative facilities and programmes.
Prospective students will be able to view the campus virtually, learn about the various faculties, residences, the [email protected] Assist Awards, TuksSport, what is required to succeed as a student at UP, and much more. This information is provided to ensure that conditionally admitted students will be in a better position to prepare themselves to study at UP in 2021.
Complete the form to RSVP: https://virtualcampus.up.ac.za/rsvp-other/#programme-active
The University of Pretoria - This is who we are, what we do, and why we’re passionate about making a difference to make today, and every day, matter.
- Online application process for studies in 2021 (Opens 1 March 2020 - first come, first served)
- Undergraduate Faculty of Law brochure for 2020/2021
- Undergraduate Programme Information for 2021
- Student Funding
- InfoGuide UP for 2020
- Message from Dean Elsabe Schoeman
- Moving UP
- How to survive UP...
- Be bold when you make the leap
- UP Law best in Africa and Top 90 in the world in 2020 - third time in a row!
- The Faculty of Law in a nutshell
- Advice for prospective law students - from a law graduate who has been there, done that, got the t-shirt, and obtained two law degrees
- A day in the life of a UP Law student
- Tips for first year students
- Orientation information for 2020
- Video on 'How to choose between a BA (Law), BCom (Law) or straightforward four-year LLB degree' There are three direct routes to a recognised legal qualification and eventual admission as an attorney or advocate in South Africa with an LLB degree behind your name.
- BCom Law combined with LLB (video)
- See Broad outline of the difference between an advocate and an attorney - See our Undergraduate brochure for information and infographic on page 17.
- Do you have what it takes to study law? and
- Checklist: Do you have what it takes to become a succesful law student and lawyer?
- Video on 'Why UP Law?' Have a look at our Faculty's 'claim to fame'. We are sure that you will agree that UP is the place to study law in South Africa, as we meet all the criteria for an excellent faculty of law.
- Checklist: Criteria for an excellent law faculty
- Virtual campus, including the Faculty of Law Building, etc.
- Your success matters to us at Student Affairs
- Advice to candidate attorneys - Baker McKenzie, Africa Legal
- Yearbook 2020, Faculty of Law
We look forward to meeting you.
At TuksLaw, the sky is the limit! UP, UP and away!