UKZN-Bursaries


Stephens7
Hi ,
I have applied to the University of Kwazulu Natal for an LLM in business law for the year 2014.I have no work experience(being a recent graduate),but I hold an LLB degree cum laude from the University of South Africa. I would like to know if there are scholarships or bursaries for South African LLM students studying in South African universities. Thanks in advance.

Stephens
Hi ,
I have applied to the University of Kwazulu Natal for an LLM in business law for the year 2014.I have no work experience(being a recent graduate),but I hold an LLB degree cum laude from the University of South Africa. I would like to know if there are scholarships or bursaries for South African LLM students studying in South African universities. Thanks in advance.

Stephens
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MargaretSA
Hi,

As far as I understand there are bursaries. I did not go to UKZN, but work in Durban so I know a few people who did LLMs there.

You should contact the law school for details, but I know they do give discounts on the fees according to what percentage you got in your LLB, the fact that you went to UNISA might make a difference, but you would have to find that out.

If you plan to study full time, (and are a SA citizen I think) you can apply to the NRF (national research foundation) for a grant, I think they give about R40 000 a year.

If I were you, I would give UKZN a call and ask them about this, but i think it is one of the more generous universities for LLM funding.
Hi,

As far as I understand there are bursaries. I did not go to UKZN, but work in Durban so I know a few people who did LLMs there.

You should contact the law school for details, but I know they do give discounts on the fees according to what percentage you got in your LLB, the fact that you went to UNISA might make a difference, but you would have to find that out.

If you plan to study full time, (and are a SA citizen I think) you can apply to the NRF (national research foundation) for a grant, I think they give about R40 000 a year.

If I were you, I would give UKZN a call and ask them about this, but i think it is one of the more generous universities for LLM funding.
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