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Unisa Application LLM

Master of Laws (Coursework)

Unisa Application LLM

Qualification stream: Corporate Law
Qualification code: 98600 – COP
NQF level: 9
Total credits: 120
SAQA ID: 6019
Rules:
2 compulsory modules and 1 elective module, a research proposal module and a short dissertation. Students may register for the research proposal module after two modules have been passed. Students are required to first register and comply with the requirements for the research proposal module before registration for the short dissertation will be allowed.
Qualification offered until 2019, and ONLY for students previously registered for this qualification.

Who can register?

  • Applicants may only register once they have received confirmation from Unisa that their application for admission has been accepted.
  • Re-registering students (who made sufficient progress during the current academic year) and students who officially deferred their studies must register online within the approved registration period for 2019. Re-registering students who have not made satisfactory progress may be precluded from registering.

Should you wish to start a new qualification, please apply for the qualification during the next application period.

When can I register?

Online registrations open

Online registrations close

Registration

(approved applicants & re-registering students)

3 January 2019 29 March 2019

Doctor of Business Leadership

*Students registering for the MBA and MBL qualifications must contact the Graduate School of Business Leadership for registration dates and the registration process: www.unisa.ac.za/sbl

3 January 2019 29 March 2019

MCompt

3 January 2019 25 January 2019

The following qualifications have different registration dates:

  • All qualifications in the College of Science, Engineering and Technology (excluding Computing qualifications)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (90040) – MIT option
  • Doctor of Philosophy (90040) – SET option
  • Master of Science in Nature Conservation (Full Dissertation) (98022)
  • Qualifications in the Department of Decision Sciences (Quantitative Management & Operations Research)

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Time limits for this degree

All master’s and doctoral qualifications are structured over a defined period. Refer to sections 4.12 and 4.13 in the Procedures for master’s and doctoral degrees.

  • Coursework master’s degree: A student registered for a 180-credit structured coursework master’s degree must complete the study programme within three years. A student may make an application to the Registrar for one additional year of study. The Registrar will consult with the Executive Dean of the College in which the student is registered.
  • Research master’s degree: A student registered for a 180-credit structured research master’s degree must complete the study programme within three years. A student may make an application to the Registrar for one additional year of study. The Registrar will consult with the Executive Dean of the College in which the student is registered.
  • Doctoral degree: A student registered for a research doctoral programme must complete the study programme within six years. A student may make an application to the Registrar for one additional year of study who will only consider the application if it is recommended by the Executive Dean of the College in which the student is registered.

Curriculum

Unisa Application LLM

Module Pre-requisite/Co-requisite/Recommendation
Group A. Compulsory
DLMCL92 – LLM Short Dissertation (Mercantile Law) Pre-requisite:MPLLW91 or LLMRESG
MCL5901 – LLM – Company Law 1
MCL5902 – LLM – Company Law 2
MPLLW91 – Research Methodology for Law
Group B. Choose one module from the following
MPL5901 – LLM – Individual Insolvency
PRL5901 – LLM – Drafting of Commercial Contracts Recommendation:Student should have passed a module in General Principles of the Law of Contract on NQF Level 7, and a module in Sale and Lease on NQF Level 8

Unisa Application LLM

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