Accreditation of Certificates
Accreditation of certificate courses for credits towards the Postgraduate Diploma in Law or LLM degree is subject to approval by the Postgraduate Diploma and LLM Programme Director and upon admission to the Postgraduate Diploma in Law or LLM degree.
The certificate courses are stand-alone courses but if at the time of assessment the completion of the assessment for the certificate course conforms with the assessment requirements on a Postgraduate Diploma in Law or LLM level, application can be made for the certificate course to be accredited with credits once approval has been obtained to enter into the Postgraduate Diploma in Law or LLM degree.
You need to complete 2 certificate courses to apply for credits towards the Postgraduate Diploma in Law or LLM degree and an average percentage of 65% needs to be obtained for accreditation towards a Postgraduate Diploma and 70% for accreditation towards a Masters Degree. Application for credits towards the Postgraduate Diploma in Law or LLM degree must be made within three years of completing the certificate course.
For further information on the Postgraduate Diploma in Law and Master Degree please refer to the information available on the website on .
The following certificate courses can be accredited:
- Access to Information and Privacy Law
- Advanced Administrative Law
- Advanced Broadcasting Law
- Advanced International Trade Law
- Collective Labour Law
- Competition Law
- Cyber Law
- Economics for International Trade and Investment Law
- Energy Law
- Human Rights Advocacy & Litigation
- Human Rights and the Marketplace
- Individual Labour Law
- Intellectual Property Law
- International Business Transactions Law
- International Environmental Law
- International Law on Foreign Investments
- Law and Sustainability I
- Law and Sustainability II
- Law of Banking and Financial Markets
- Media Law
- Pension Funds Law I
- Pension Funds Law II
- Prospecting and Mining Law
- Refugee Law
- Telecommunications Law