The Faculty of Law is pleased to invite applications for a limited number of bursaries from suitably qualified applicants to pursue a master’s of law degree in Transnational Criminal Justice in the 2020 academic year. The bursary covers tuition fees only and it is intended primarily for South African citizens/permanent residents.
2.WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO APPLY?
The bursaries will be “academic bursaries” and successful applicants will be expected to complete the programme within a maximum of 18 months. To be considered for the bursary a student
-Should be a South African citizen/permanent resident.
-Should have a weighted average of 65% for exit year.
-Should have a minimum of 65% for undergraduate in Public International Law, and any other module directly relevant to International Criminal Law and Transitional Justice.
-Should have taken relevant elective courses pertaining to International Criminal Law and Transitional Justice.
-Should be prepared to register for Mode 2 [two modules and a research paper].
-Should not already have been selected for admission into the master’s programme for 2020.
-A few academically outstanding students from the SADC subregion and African region may be considered for a limited bursary to cover tuition only.
-Students who already hold a postgraduate degree at the same level or at a higher level are not eligible to apply for this bursary.
The bursaries will be granted based on academic performance and covers tuition fees.
Admitted students who have been provisionally awarded the bursary must register for their relevant study programmes by 31 July 2020 (the year for which the award is made) in order for the award to be finalized.
4.HOW TO APPLY
To apply for the bursary, please email the following documents to John-Mark Iyi (email@example.com) on or before 31 July 2020.