Which Unisa Campus Offers Law?

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Interested in pursuing a career in law? Have a look at the various courses, degrees and diplomas offered at Unisa. 


The University of South Africa (Unisa) offers a variety of Law courses students can choose from, such as courses in LLB (Bachelor of Law ), LLM (Master of Law) and Doctor of Law Courses in various fields. 

Which Unisa Campus Offers Law?

Unisa's College of Law comprises of two schools:

  1. the School of Law (housed in the Cas van Vuuren Building on Unisa's Muckleneuk Campus).
  2. and the School of Criminal Justice (housed in Brooklyn House in Pretoria).

 The College consists of eight teaching departments: five in the School of Law, and three in the School of Criminal Justice. 

How To Apply To Study Law At Unisa 

Anyone looking to start a new qualification (first time studying at Unisa or a postgraduate qualification) needs to submit an admissions application, as well those in their final years of study working towards an undergraduate qualification.

Make sure to look out for deadlines and/or closing dates so that you don't miss out on the time to apply.

For the admissions application process, ensure that you meet the minimum admissions requirements of the qualification you're applying for, in this case Law. 

Ensure you have a valid email address and cellphone number (one of each), as the institution will be making use of both to keep in contact with you. Tick off all the requirements you need to apply, for both the admissions process and the Law qualification you're applying for.

Also, familiarise yourself with registration dates once you've been accepted to the institution, as well as late application dates. 

How To Check Your Unisa Application Status

Checking your Unisa application status is a simple process that can be done online.

First, visit the Unisa website and navigate to the application status page. You will need to enter your student number and the password you created during the application process.

  • Visit the Unisa Website
  • Fill in your student number
  • Enter your name and surname
  • Enter your date of birth
  • Click on continue

Once logged in, you will be able to view the status of your application, whether it is still being processed, has been accepted, or has been declined.

It's important to regularly check your application status to stay informed and take any necessary actions. Also make sure you have paid your application fee.

Also Read: Unisa Application Status - Everything You Need To Know


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