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UWC Bcom Law Requirements

UWC Bcom Law requirements

The UWC Faculty of Law graduates leading lawyers, judges and seniors in government and business. The LLB core degree, that includes developing practical skills, gives graduates entrance to all branches of the legal profession. The faculty is served by a nationally acclaimed Legal Aid Clinic, and the Community Law Centre established in 1990 serves national and international priority areas in policy development and research through its research excellence.

Qualifications and programmes:

LLB

Certificate
Certificate in Forensic Examination
Matric plus 3 years’ working experience. Recognition of prior learning is applicable.

Minimum admission requirements:

Minimum NSC Subject Requirements for 2017 – Faculty of Law
Programme
Course Code
English (Home or 1st Additional Language)
Another Language (Home or 1st Additional Language)
Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy
Life Sciences
Point Score
BLaws
7161
4
(50-59%)
3
(40-49%)
4
(50-59%)
N/A
37
Higher Certificate in Forensic Examination
7115
Matriculation Certificate or National Senior Certificate (NSC) plus three years working experience
(RPL Applicable)
27
​​​​​​Some career opportunities:
 LLB
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