Senior TuksLaw lecturer accepted as research fellow at UNSW

Posted on August 03, 2015

The Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria, announces with pride that Dr Benjamin Kujinga, a senior lecturer in the Department of Mercantile Law, has received confirmation from the Business School of the University of New South Wales in Australia that his application for a research fellowship was successful.

In 2015 the School of Taxation & Business Law (incorporating Atax) at UNSW offers several research fellowships to international academics and professionals keen to further their research in the fields of taxation, business law and related disciplines. The maximum value of each fellowship is AUS $7,500 and the School may decide to award only one or no fellowship in any given year.

During their stay, fellows are involved in the following activities:

  • Producing at least one research paper on taxation or business law, in collaboration with Taxation and Business Law academic(s), to be published in a refereed journal with due acknowledgement of the fellowship;
  • Conducting a Taxation and Business Law research seminar for interested members of the broader tax/business law research community; and
  • Participating in Taxation and Business Law collegial activities during the period of the fellowship.

Thanking the Dean and TuksLaw for their constant support, an excited Dr Kujinga confirmed that he plans to take up the fellowship under the guidance of Prof Michael Walpole from mid-September to mid-October 2015.

- Author Elzet Hurter
Published by Elzet Hurter

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