The University of Cape Town's COVID-19 Return to UCT policy framework guides faculties and departments on the institution's phased return to campus.
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Law is not just for lawyers. There are so many good reasons to study Law at UCT! An LLB degree provides an excellent entry to a range of career options (plus our graduates have a first-class range of soft skills and hard knowledge useful for the...
Postgraduate Studies in Law
UCT Law is the home of postgraduate legal studies in South Africa. Offering at least eight specialist one-year PG Diplomas, and a range of LLM programmes with a wide choice of courses, UCT Law also offers Masters programmes by research only.


Thursday, 6 August 2020
Zero-rating from Cell C and Telkom

The University of Cape Town (UCT) is very pleased to announce that Cell C and Telkom have both agreed to the university’s request to zero-rate access to certain UCT websites.


Publication Date:
Tue, 14 Apr 2020 - 09:45
South Africa's Strategic Water Sources

Amanda Mkhonza of the University of Cape Town’s Institute of Marine & Environmental Law has a special interest in the legal protection of South Africa’s strategic water source areas. This will form the foundation of her PhD, which she will commence next year.

Publication Date:
Wed, 01 Apr 2020 - 16:30
How does Law communicate - a call for papers

An informed citizenry is not supposed to ignore the law. However, how does law communicate in the contemporary democratic public sphere?

Publication Date:
Thu, 26 Mar 2020 - 15:45
UCT COVID-19 Response

COVID-19: Update on mass gatherings, graduation and travel

UCT's Vice-Chancellor, Professor Phakeng, writes to the UCT community about strategies around Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). In line with national and international information, the UCT executive is taking the threat of the spread of COVID-19 very seriously. 

Publication Date:
Fri, 13 Mar 2020 - 17:45