Please note that the LLB undergraduate programme at the University of Pretoria is only presented on a full-time, (virtual) attendance basis. It is not offered as a correspondence or an after-hours programme.
Further note that the BA Law programme is administered by the Faculty of Humanities and the BCom Law programme by the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences. Queries for these two degrees should be directed to the respective faculties, and NOT to the Faculty of Law.
Please ensure that you liaise with the correct faculty, so as to avoid unnecessary confusion and delays!
Kindly follow the links below on UP Law and related information:
2023 Faculty of Law undergraduate brochure
Admission Requirements - Page 3 in particular
Assessment policy (Assesseringsbeleid)
Bursaries available in South Africa
Certificate of Good Conduct - current LAW students and graduates
Career opportunities in the legal profession - Page 14 onwards
Composition of the LLB degree - Page 5 onwards
Faculty of Law rules and regulations
Fees and funding
Frequently asked questions
General rules and regulations
How to Choose Between BA (Law), BCom (Law) and LLB - Page 16 in particular
International LLB students - Page 3 in particular.
Legal Practice Council - The Legal Practice Council is a national, statutory body established in terms of section 4 of the Legal Practice Act, No 28 of 2014. The Legal Practice Council and its Provincial Councils regulate the affairs of and exercise jurisdiction over all legal practitioners (attorneys and advocates) and candidate legal practitioners.
Please contact UP Law's Department of Student Administration should you have any enquiries applicable to the LLB degree.