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About University of South Africa UNISA College of Law
The College of Law provides comprehensive open distance learning in a socially responsible and distinctive manner that produces excellent scholarship and research, provides quality tuition and fosters active community engagement.
We are guided by the principles of lifelong learning, student-centredness, innovation and stakeholder engagement within the African and global arena.
The origins of Unisa’s College of Law can also be traced back to 1873. At that time, the Board of Public Examiners was replaced by the University of the Cape of Good Hope, and the Certificates in Law and Jurisprudence offered by the Board were replaced by the University’s Certificate of Proficiency in Law and Jurisprudence and the LLB degree (Bachelor of Laws).
Schools and Departments
The College comprises two schools: the School of Law (housed in the Cas van Vuuren Building on Unisa’s Muckleneuk Campus) 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).
UNISA College of Law Courses
Check all the courses offered at the University of South Africa under the College of Law for the current academic year. College of Law Courses, and programmes and requirements are available here
- Undergraduate qualifications
- Honours degrees & postgraduate diplomas
- Master’s & doctoral studies
- Short Learning Programmes
For more details about courses and requirements Download UNISA College of Law Year book or prospectus
UNISA College of Law Applications & Admissions
University of South Africa, UNISA under the College of Law offers admission to undergraduate and postgraduate courses. UNISA admission to all courses will be done online through the University of South Africa, UNISA online application portal. Further, the aspirants have to apply online in order to secure admission at the UNISA College of Law, the details of the UNISA admissions procedure and online application are available here: UNISA College of Law Admissions and online application.
UNISA College of Law contact details
Contact the college
- Undergraduate enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Postgraduate enquiries: MandD@unisa.ac.za
- Student enquiries / testimonials / reference letters: email@example.com
|College of Law
|Acting Executive Dean
|Prof OJ Kole
|012 429 8305
|Acting Deputy Executive Dean
|Prof M Budeli
|012 429 8476
|Director: School of Law
|Prof M Budeli
|012 429 8476
|Director: School of Criminal Justice
|Dr L Morodi
|012 429 3978
|Head: Teaching and Learning
|Mr M Matlala
|012 429 2628
|Head: Academic Quality Assurance & Enhancement
|Prof Dorothy Mmakgwale Farisani
|012 429 8486
|Acting Head: Postgraduate Studies
|Prof T Manamela
|012 429 6041
|College of Law: student enquiries
|012 429 4105
|012 429 4718
012 429 2178
012 429 4860
012 429 2176
Written enquiries and requests for registration forms / further information should be directed to:
The Registrar (Academic)
University of South Africa
PO Box 392
University of South Africa UNISA College of Law, Latest News Updates
University of South Africa (UNISA) College of Law Website
Access the University of South Africa College of Law official Webpage for more details on the faculty admission News and updates. Visit the website Here: https://www.unisa.ac.za/sites/corporate/default/Colleges/Law