South African-German Centre for Development Research and Criminal Justice - Criminal Justice Division
The Centre was set up in 2008 as one of the five Centres of Excellence in Africa, supported by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with funds from the German Foreign Office. The Criminal Justice Division of the Centre is based in the Law Faculty and runs the LLM and PhD programme "Transnational Criminal Justice and Crime Prevention - An International and African Perspective" in conjunction with the Law Faculty of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
Four Core LLM Modules:
International Criminal Justice
International Anti-money Laundering Law
International Anti-Corruption Law.
A total of 30 candidates have graduated since the programme was initiated, 16 students from twelve countries in 2010 and 14 students from eleven countries in 2011.
The LLM course is complemented by a PhD programme in the respective fields. Up to 15 DAAD stipends for African applicants are available each year. For further information and application requirements click here.