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Advice for prospective students

Advice for prospective students

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Students intending to apply for LL.B studies in the Law Faculty at the University of Cape Town are advised to read the website section for Undergraduate Students on the UCT home page. This set of pages provides information about how to apply; student housing; financial matters, etc. and an application form for download and completion.

Those who are not South African citizens or permanent residents should also read the information for International Students, especially the section dealing with Study Permits.

For students interested in postgraduate study, more information about LLM degrees and Postgraduate Diplomas is presented in the web pages of the School for Advanced Legal Studies.

LL.B students already registered in the Faculty should refer their inquiries to the Student Advisers. These advisers are available at set times for "walk-in" consultations. In the event of an urgent matter, please make an appointment with the relevant Departmental Secretary or by email direct to the Adviser concerned.

Combined Stream Students

Students registered in the Humanities Faculty (BA and/or BSocSc / Law & Humanities programme) should refer to the Humanities Faculty website or the Faculty of Humanities Handbooks No. 9(a) and 9(b).

Students registered in the Commerce Faculty (B.Com and B.BusSc / Law & Commerce programme) should refer to the Commerce Faculty website or the Faculty of Commerce Handbook.

The complete Law Faculty Handbook is available on the UCT website. To return to this page please close the Handbook page by clicking on "X" in the top right-hand corner.

If you can't find the information you seek in the Handbook or on this website, we suggest you contact the Law Student Advisors.