South Africa is one of the most powerful economies in the continent and features a good higher education system. South Africa has been an ace in law studies for centuries. It homes world-class colleges and universities that offer upscale education. Its leading colleges and universities offer great bachelor degrees in Law taught in English. Certain universities have taken a step in bringing online learning into effect. Some of the leading universities are mentioned below.
- University of Cape Town.
Apart from rendering world-class education, the University of Cape Town is renowned for its exquisite research and exclusive location. The University of Cape Town is a public research university with a backdrop of the glorious Table Mountain. This university is the oldest higher education institute which was established way back in 1829. The University is strongly committed to innovative thinking, academic freedom, rational thoughts, helping students by providing scholarships, and free inquiry. Its Law Faculty has been constantly placed under the best hundred faculties at the global level for years. Its mission and actions are dedicated to maintaining a balance between various scenarios like rights and duties, responsibility and freedom, etc. The University of Cape Town was ranked No. 265 globally among 500 universities, according to the CEOWORLD magazine University Ranking 2020.
- University of Witwatersrand.
The University of the Witwatersrand is another public research university in South Africa known for one of the best law studies in the country. Its location in central Johannesburg leads to its proximity to the economic capital of the country. It opposed racial discrimination since the beginning. Though it’s majorly located in the northern areas of central Johannesburg, it has facilities in certain other parts of the city as well. The university provides its major contribution to intense research, collaborative projects, healthcare projects, etc. The well-renowned ex-president Nelson Mandela is the most famous alumnus of the university. The University of the Witwatersrand was ranked No. 364 globally among 500 universities, according to the CEOWORLD magazine University Ranking 2020.
- Stellenbosch University.
Stellenbosch University is a public research university in Stellenbosch, located in the Western Cape province of South Africa. The university is consistently securing his position in the top 200 in the law globally. This university is not just one of the oldest universities in the country but also one of the only three public universities in the Western Cape. The university goes well with its motto- A sound education strengthens the spirit. The place is gloriously located in the very famous wine-growing area on the banks of First River surrounded by the majestic mountains, merely 50 kilometers away from Cape Town.
- University of KwaZulu Natal.
The University of KwaZulu-Natal is a university that features five campuses in the province of KwaZulu-Natal in the country. Its best part is that this university also has two law clinics, one in Pietermaritzburg and the other one in Durban that provide free service of legal assistance to those who can’t afford the same. The University of KwaZulu Natal law clinics are recognized as one of the top law clinics in South Africa. It is a boon for the law students, as the final year ones get an opportunity to conceive an atmosphere for practical training under the guidance of experienced practitioners.
- University of Johannesburg.
The University of Johannesburg is another public university in South Africa, situated in Johannesburg. It is the outcome of an amalgamation of the Technikon Witwatersrand, the Soweto and East Rand campuses of Vista University, and the Rand Afrikaans University. This makes the university one of the most comprehensive and exhaustive contact universities in the country. It is a great option for national as well as international students, which is quite evident from the fact that 3000 out of 50000 students are international, converting the University into a diverse institution.
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