How Long Does It Take To study LLB In South Africa?

What is LLB?

A Bachelor of Law is an undergraduate law degree in South Africa and most common law jurisdictions.


How Long Does It Take To study LLB In South Africa?

4 Years

Schools That Offer LLB Courses In South Africa

The University of Cape Town.

The University of Venda.

The University of the Witwatersrand.

The University of Johannesburg.

The University of Pretoria.

Stellenbosch University.

Rhodes University.

The University of KwaZulu-Natal.

How much does it take to study law in South Africa?

On average, the tuition for a first-year LLB in South Africa costs about R41 496. The most expensive tuition cost is R66 010 at the University of Cape Town.

While the cheapest LLB tuitions cost around R29 000 at Nelson Mandela University and the University of the Western Cape.

Where To Study Law In South Africa?

The admission requirements for legal practitioners (attorneys or advocates) in South Africa are currently prescribed by the Legal Practice Act 28 of 2014 and the Rules promulgated in terms of the Act.

There are a few Law schools within South Africa that have law and related courses. Below is the list of institutions providing training in law or related career paths in South Africa.

South Africa School of Law

South Africa School of Paralegal Studies

Johannesburg School For Legal Practice and Learning

University of Fort Hare Faculty of Law

University of Johannesburg Faculty of Law

University of KwaZulu-Natal Faculty of Law

University of Limpopo Faculty of Law

University of Zululand Faculty of Law

Wits University Law School

University of Pretoria Law school

Monash South Africa Law school

Varsity College Law School

University of Cape Town Law School

University of South Africa Law School

University of  Western Cape Faculty of Law

Rhodes University Faculty of Law

Tshwane University of Technology School of Law

North-West University Law School

Stellenbosch University Faculty of Law

Nelson Mandela University Faculty Of Law

University of the Free States Faculty of Law

University of Venda School of Law

Law Society of South Africa