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|Tuition Fees:||$2,302 /year|
|Part-time Study:||2 years|
|Applications Begin:||1 April 2021|
|Final Award:||Masters in Labour Law|
|Start Date:||January 2022|
|Academic Unit:||Faculty of Law|
|Campus:||Auckland Park Kingsway Campus|
|Application Deadline:||30 September 2021|
The LLM in Labour Law (one year full-time or two years of part-time studies) provides students with an opportunity to develop their intellectual and theoretical competencies at an advanced level and to strengthen their ability to understand labour law from a viewpoint of critical analysis of the underlying principles.
The LLM in Labour Law consists of the following compulsory modules:
– General Principles and Individual Labour Law (Coursework)
– Public Law, International Law and Comparative Law Relevance (Coursework)
– Collective Labour Law and Dispute Resolution (Coursework)
– Labour Law Masters Minor Dissertation (Minor Dissertation)
Modules will be presented in a combination of weekly and intensive formats.Lectures take place between 18:00 and 20:00 on weekdays to accommodate students who work during the day.
1. General Principles and Individual Labour Law – Coursework – Semester One or Semester Two – 40 credits
2. Public Law, International Law and Comparative Law Relevance – Coursework – Semester One or Semester Two – 40 credits
3. Collective Labour Law and Dispute Resolution – Coursework – Semester One or Semester Two – 40 credits
4. Labour Law Master’s Minor Dissertation – Coursework – Semester One or Semester Two – 60 credits
In general, as a minimum admission requirement, students must have attained an average of 65% for the law subjects in their LLB degree. Admission is highly competitive and, if you are admitted, you will be amongst a select group of the best students who have applied.
Please note the following:
– No application fee will be charged for online applications.
-If you have previously applied and have a UJ student number, please call the UJ Call Centre (011 559 4555) to ensure that your cell number and email address are captured on our student database. This will ensure that you receive a PIN number to complete the online application process.
An applicant must go to www.uj.ac.za/Apply and select ‘Apply’.
Step 1: Select your qualification study choices 1 and 2. (Ensure you meet the admission requirements as set out in this prospectus.)
Step 2: Complete the academic application form with a payment of R200 for a paper application (no payment required for online application).
Step 3: Once you have submitted your application, please allow three weeks before checking on the status of your application. If your application meets the necessary requirements and there is space in your selected programme, you will be informed on whether your application has been successful or not. Please note that all official communication will be sent via email. You may also go to the UJ website to check your application status using your ID or student number.
It takes approximately 4 -6 weeks for an online application to be processed and 6 -8 weeks for paper based applications to be processed.
After the above mentioned time-frame you may check your application status using the following link: http://www.uj.ac.za/studyatUJ/sec/Pages/Check-Application-Status.aspx
International applicants follow the same application process as national applicants
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*The normal Tuition Fees for South African Students in the Faculty of Law ranges from R38,176 to R43,836
35% of the tuition fees need to be paid by April, and 100% by July.
All students must pay at least R3,870 before they begin their studies. Students residing on campus will need to pay at least R6,470.
*In addition to normal tuition fees, students from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) member countries and other African Countries pay a non-refundable ICT levy, registration fee plus non-refundable international levy of R2000.
*In addition to normal tuition fees, students from the rest of the world pay a non-refundable ICT levy, registration fee plus non-refundable international levy of R17000
International Levy Amount:
SADC & Africa – R2,000
Rest of the World – R17,000
ICT Levy – R430
Registration Fee – R610
The SADC member countries are Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
For International Students:
***International Student Tuition Fees = Normal Tuition Fee (R38,176) + International Levy (R2,000) + ICT Levy (R430) +Registration Fee (R610) = R41,216
-An upfront payment of 30% of tuition fees should be paid at registration.
-35% of the tuition fees to be paid by 30 April.
-35% of the tuition fees to be paid by 31 July.
The University will offer a 5% discount should all fees be paid at registration.
Fees generally increase between 10 and 15 percent per year. Please contact the University in December to obtain the approved fees for the 2021 academic year.