LLM


Pnyombi
I am a graduate of law from Makerere University in Uganda and I am currently pursuing a postgraduate diploma in legal practice from the Law Development Center in the same country, which I hope to successfully complete at the end of August this year. I would like to pursue a masters degree in tax law at the University of Cape Town as soon as possible either this year for example in September or the beginning of next year. Is this possible? What do I need to apply? Can I apply online? What is the tuition payable in this case for the full time programme? How long does the programme take? Is accomodation provided by the University? I am really green about the whole process but would like to get the details on the above questions please?
I am a graduate of law from Makerere University in Uganda and I am currently pursuing a postgraduate diploma in legal practice from the Law Development Center in the same country, which I hope to successfully complete at the end of August this year. I would like to pursue a masters degree in tax law at the University of Cape Town as soon as possible either this year for example in September or the beginning of next year. Is this possible? What do I need to apply? Can I apply online? What is the tuition payable in this case for the full time programme? How long does the programme take? Is accomodation provided by the University? I am really green about the whole process but would like to get the details on the above questions please?
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Stephens7
HI,
For you to be accepted to study for an LLM at the University of Cape Town you need to have an LLB of no less than four years in duration. You would normally be required to apply the year before the start of a new year as studies start in January of February of the following year.I don't have information about the fees payable and on whether you can apply online.There is on-campus accommodation provided to admitted students.I would advise you visit www.uct.ac.za to search for further information. I hope this will help you in some way.
HI,
For you to be accepted to study for an LLM at the University of Cape Town you need to have an LLB of no less than four years in duration. You would normally be required to apply the year before the start of a new year as studies start in January of February of the following year.I don't have information about the fees payable and on whether you can apply online.There is on-campus accommodation provided to admitted students.I would advise you visit www.uct.ac.za to search for further information. I hope this will help you in some way.
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