UCT Post-graduate studies - Page 37



66%
43%
women
master’s or
doctoral students
19%
international
students
FACULTY OF LAW
The Faculty of Law might be the smallest at UCT, but
its footprint is large – whether you’re talking about the
impact of its staff and students on society, the largesse
of its alumni or the diversity of its research.
Did you know?
The faculty is the oldest law school in South Africa.
It is ranked 40th in the top 100 law schools worldwide.
In the three years since the inauguration of UCT’s social responsiveness
award, it has twice been awarded to members of the law faculty.
he faculty has over 25 international agreements that enable students
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and staff to pursue exchanges in countries such as Australia, Canada,
Ethiopia, Europe, Kenya, the UK and the USA.
In 2016 the Law Students’ Council (LSC), the LSC president, Altum
Sonatur (UCT law students’ newsletter) and the president of the
Postgraduate Students’ Association all received leadership awards from
the university and the Vice-Chancellor.
CONTACT US FOR A LIST OF POSTGRADUATE COURSES
+27 (0)21 650 3086
law-studies@uct.ac.za
www.law.uct.ac.za
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“Historically, South African law
played an important role in creating
and retaining an oppressive and
divided society. Our Constitution
is the driving force in creating an
open, democratic and free society.
Here at the Faculty of Law we
are committed to furthering the
goals of the Constitution. Our aim
is to train the next generation of
skilled legal professionals who
will ensure the maintenance and
strengthening of our open,
free and democratic
society.”
PROFESSOR
PENELOPE
ANDREWS
Dean





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