What Subjects Do You Need To Study Law?
If you are a matriculant or a student interested in studying and pursuing a career in law and you are unsure about the admission requirement that come with a law degree, than this one is for you. We have the information you need about APS scores and subject requirements.
The law faculty is a very popular in South Africa, most universities across the country offer law degrees.
If you are interested in pursuing a career in law and you are looking to get a law degree but, aren't sure what the requirement are, we have the answers you need.
The admission requirements for law vary with different universities. The average university requires a 70% English Home Language or English First Additional Language, and a 50% for Mathematics (pure math or math literacy). Many universities will require a 65% average over all subjects.
There aren't any specific subjects required to study law but, history will come as an advantage, as there is a focus on the history in certain law modules.
The minimum requirement to study law is a NQF level 4 certificate, which a National Senior Certificate or a Senior Certificate.
For most universities a minimum Admissions Point Score (APS) score of 21 points is need for admission, but you'll find that certain universities requires a minimum of 33 points to study law.
Your APS score is important for your acceptance into many different higher education institutions. If you are unsure of what you APS is or how to calculate it, click here.
Your APS score will help you find out whether or not you qualify to study law and where you meet the admission requirements.
Be sure to a lot of research before choosing a university or TVET college, to ensure that they offer exactly what you want.
Research a modules that are offered in the universities law faculty as they may differ with every university
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