Thank you for your interest in our master’s/doctoral programmes. The following programmes are presented at our Faculty:
You can read more about the content of the various programmes by following the link http://studies.nwu.ac.za/postgraduate-studies
POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE A LAPTOP
PROGRAMME AND LEADERS
Each programme has a programme leader who is responsible in general for the academic aspects of the programme. The programme leaders are as follows:
The application procedure and forms, available bursaries and application forms, financial information and Faculty of Law 2019 yearbook are all available online at http://www.nwu.ac.za/postgrad/graduate-studies-potchefstroom
The structured LLM programmes are presented in the form of compulsory seminars on a Friday and Saturday. We encourage students to complete this qualification within one year (usually full time). You can also complete it part time but must be very disciplined and motivated and follow a strict study programme. You may complete the qualification over a period of two years - just keep in mind that the full LLM fees (registration and tuition) are payable every year of registration.
Please note that a Research Methodology Seminar is compulsory for all accepted postgraduate students. This course was presented during February of each year. Information about this seminar will be communicated to you in due course, after your application has been approved.
The closing date for applications is 31 October of each year.
Please apply as soon as possible.
IMPORTANT CONTACT DETAILS
Director: Postgraduate Programme
Prof Avitus Agbor
(Avitus.Agbor@nwu.ac.za / +27(0)18 389 2202)
Deputy Director: Postgraduate Programme
Prof Henk Kloppers
(Henk.Kloppers@nwu.ac.za /+27(0)18 2991928)
Mrs Lezahn Jafta
(Lezahn.Jafta@nwu.ac.za / +27(0)18 299 1037)
Ms Irene Ramoabi
(Irene.Ramoabi@nwu.ac.za / +27(0)18 389 2385)
2020 IMPORTANT DATES
An evaluation certificate issued by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) must be submitted if a previous qualification was obtained in a foreign country. For further information, go to https://dfqeas.saqa.co.za/dfqeas/user/home
Ms Christine Bronkhorst (Christine.Bronkhorst@nwu.ac.za / +27(0)18 299 2804)