Africa and Middle East

LL.M. in Africa and Middle East

From South Africa to the UAE and beyond, many students are choosing to pursue their LL.M. in Africa and the Middle East.

Popular countries to study for an LL.M. in the Middle East and Africa include South Africa, the United Arab Emirates, Nigeria, Israel, Kenya, and more. Hot city destinations for LL.M.s in these regions include Dubai, Johannesburg, Tel Aviv, Doha, Lagos, and many other cities  The LL.M.s on offer in these locations range from core general law offerings to more specialized degrees, such as an LL.M. in Criminal Law, and LL.M. in Business Law, an LL.M. in Family Law, and more. 

In terms of course format, full-time LL.M.s in Africa in the Middle East are typically one year long, although programs of different lengths can certainly be found. Many law schools also offer part-time degrees and other flexible master's programs in law...

From South Africa to the UAE and beyond, many students are choosing to pursue their LL.M. in Africa and the Middle East.

Popular countries to study for an LL.M. in the Middle East and Africa include South Africa, the United Arab Emirates, Nigeria, Israel, Kenya, and more. Hot city destinations for LL.M.s in these regions include Dubai, Johannesburg, Tel Aviv, Doha, Lagos, and many other cities  The LL.M.s on offer in these locations range from core general law offerings to more specialized degrees, such as an LL.M. in Criminal Law, and LL.M. in Business Law, an LL.M. in Family Law, and more. 

In terms of course format, full-time LL.M.s in Africa in the Middle East are typically one year long, although programs of different lengths can certainly be found. Many law schools also offer part-time degrees and other flexible master's programs in law as well.

See a listing of all LL.M. programs in Africa and the Middle East below.

 

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From South Africa to the UAE and beyond, many students are choosing to pursue their LL.M. in Africa and the Middle East.

Popular countries to study for an LL.M. in the Middle East and Africa include South Africa, the United Arab Emirates, Nigeria, Israel, Kenya, and more. Hot city destinations for LL.M.s in these regions include Dubai,...

From South Africa to the UAE and beyond, many students are choosing to pursue their LL.M. in Africa and the Middle East.

Popular countries to study for an LL.M. in the Middle East and Africa include South Africa, the United Arab Emirates, Nigeria, Israel, Kenya, and more. Hot city destinations for LL.M.s in these regions include Dubai, Johannesburg, Tel Aviv, Doha, Lagos, and many other cities  The LL.M.s on offer in these locations range from core general law offerings to more specialized degrees, such as an LL.M. in Criminal Law, and LL.M. in Business Law, an LL.M. in Family Law, and more. 

In terms of course format, full-time LL.M.s in Africa in the Middle East are typically one year long, although programs of different lengths can certainly be found. Many law schools also offer part-time degrees and other flexible master's programs in law as well.

See a listing of all LL.M. programs in Africa and the Middle East below.

 

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All LL.M. Programs in Africa and the Middle East

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Pretoria, South Africa 129 Followers 11 Discussions

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Banking Law, Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Corporate Law, Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedur... more…

By Research: Master of Laws (Full Dissertation) Constitutional and International Law, Master of Laws (Full Dissertation) Jurisprudence, Master of Laws (F... more…

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Rondebosch, South Africa 68 Followers 27 Discussions

Full-Time: General LL.M., LL.M. Commercial Law, LL.M. Dispute Resolution, LL.M. Environmental Law, LL.M. Intellectual Property Law more…

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Pretoria, South Africa 77 Followers 16 Discussions

Full-Time: LL.M. in Banking Law, LL.M. in Child Law, LL.M. in Constitutional and Administrative Law, LL.M. in Consumer Protection Law, LL.M. in Corpora... more…

By Research: MPhil in Extractive Industry Policy, Management and Regulation, MPhil in Medical Law and Ethics more…

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Pietermaritzburg, South Africa 13 Followers 1 Discussion

Full-Time: LL.M. in Advanced Criminal Justice, LL.M. in Business Law, LL.M. in Child Care and Protection Law, LL.M. in Constitutional Litigation, LL.M.... more…

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Lagos, Nigeria 17 Followers 2 Discussions

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.), Master of Criminology more…

Part-Time: Master of Dispute Resolution, Master of International Law and Diplomacy (MILD), Master of Legal Studies more…

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Stellenbosch, South Africa 50 Followers 6 Discussions

Full-Time: LL.M. General, LL.M. Alternative Dispute Resolution, LL.M. in International Trade Law, LL.M. in Intellectual Property Law more…

By Research: LL.M. by Research more…

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates 9 Followers 1 Discussion

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.) more…

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Cape Town, South Africa 28 Followers 4 Discussions

Full-Time: LL.M. in Constitutional Litigation, LL.M. in Disability Law and Policy, LL.M. in Environmental Law, LL.M. in International and Human Rights... more…

By Research: LL.M. by Thesis more…

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