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LLM MPhil DRIA Centre for Human Rights advert 2020The Master’s degree (LLM/MPhil) in Disability Rights in Africa is a two-year programme that is offered as a blended learning course comprising of online interaction and residential face-to-face weeks in Pretoria.
Two face-to-face sessions will be scheduled every year (four face-to-face sessions over a period of two years).

Admission requirements

For the LLM degree
 
The Master’s degree LLM in Disability Rights in Africa degree is open to individuals with an LLB degree or equivalent.
 
For the MPhil degree
 
The MPhil degree is open to non-lawyers with at least an honours degree in an academic discipline relevant to disability rights in Africa, OR any other qualification in an academic discipline relevant to disability rights in Africa that allows admission to a master’s programme at the institution where the undergraduate qualification was obtained.  If that qualification has a duration of less than 4 years, substantial proven practical or professional experience in disability rights in Africa, subject to
the discretion of the Dean, is further required.
 
Other relevant requirements
 
Foreign qualifications are subject to South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) requirements.
 
Applicants must have excellent academic credentials and demonstrate human rights experience or interest.
 
A maximum of fifteen students will be accepted for the 2019 academic year.

Cost Estimation (subject to change)

Students paid a total of R27,990 for both the 2019 academic year and the 2020 academic year. This is a general guide and applicants should note that tuition fees for the 2020 – 2021 academic years are likely to increase.

In addition to registration and tuition fees, students have to finance their travel to and accommodation during the contact sessions, which are compulsory to attend. (A total of four contact sessions, each lasting one week, will be scheduled over two year period).

Scholarships

A very limited number of scholarships will be available for African citizens.

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LLM MPhil DRIA Centre for Human Rights advert 2020The Master’s degree (LLM/MPhil) in Disability Rights in Africa is a two-year programme that is offered as a blended learning course comprising of online interaction and residential face-to-face weeks in Pretoria.
Two face-to-face sessions will be scheduled every year (four face-to-face sessions over a period of two years).

Admission requirements

For the LLM degree
 
The Master’s degree LLM in Disability Rights in Africa degree is open to individuals with an LLB degree or equivalent.
 
For the MPhil degree
 
The MPhil degree is open to non-lawyers with at least an honours degree in an academic discipline relevant to disability rights in Africa, OR any other qualification in an academic discipline relevant to disability rights in Africa that allows admission to a master’s programme at the institution where the undergraduate qualification was obtained.  If that qualification has a duration of less than 4 years, substantial proven practical or professional experience in disability rights in Africa, subject to
the discretion of the Dean, is further required.
 
Other relevant requirements
 
Foreign qualifications are subject to South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) requirements.
 
Applicants must have excellent academic credentials and demonstrate human rights experience or interest.
 
A maximum of fifteen students will be accepted for the 2019 academic year.

Cost Estimation (subject to change)

Students paid a total of R27,990 for both the 2019 academic year and the 2020 academic year. This is a general guide and applicants should note that tuition fees for the 2020 – 2021 academic years are likely to increase.

In addition to registration and tuition fees, students have to finance their travel to and accommodation during the contact sessions, which are compulsory to attend. (A total of four contact sessions, each lasting one week, will be scheduled over two year period).

Scholarships

A very limited number of scholarships will be available for African citizens.