A relevant Bachelor of Laws or Bachelor of Commerce in Law or Bachelor of Arts in Law or equivalent qualification is a prerequisite for admission to the postgraduate certificate courses; OR
- Applicants with Bachelor of Science degrees in Electrical Engineering, Mining Engineering, and Physics may be admitted to the Climate Change and Energy Law, International Nuclear Law, and Prospecting and Mining Law courses provided they have substantial working experience in the relevant sector. Such applicants are encouraged to do Introduction to Law for Non-Lawyers if they will not be able to cope with postgraduate legal studies; OR
- Applicants with any other undergraduate qualifications must complete the bridging course Introduction to Law for Non-Lawyers or equivalent courses first as well as have relevant legal work experience in the specific legal field before they would be considered for other courses.
You will be required to submit certified copies of your Bachelors Degree, academic record and your identity document or passport.
NB: ONLY applicants with a Law undergraduate qualification may apply for credit for Mandela Institute short courses towards the LLM degree.