Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
The new approach to the national review process enables an institution to evaluate its programme in relation to a national standard for the qualification awarded, and as a form of reaccreditation, ensures that institutions meet minimum quality requirements in the selected programme.
The forthcoming national review of the LLB programme will comprise a threshold standard on the basis of which programmes leading to the LLB qualification will be evaluated. Thus, the review will be conducted using the LLB Qualification Standards and Programme Accreditation Criteria.The CHE has, through the participation of the Bachelor of Laws (LLB) national review Reference Group, been developing a National Review Manual and Institutional Self-Evaluation Report (SER) Template for the LLB national review.
Update: Final re-accreditation outcomes of the LLB National Review as of 07 June 2018.
Accreditation confirmed (in no particular order)
- Nelson Mandela University
- University of KwaZulu-Natal
- University of Pretoria
- University of Johannesburg
- Rhodes University
- University of Cape Town
- University of the Western Cape
- Stellenbosch University
- University of Zululand
- University of the Witwatersrand
- University of South Africa
Re-accreditation subject to meeting specified conditions (in no particular order)
- University of Fort Hare
- North West University
- University of the Free State
- University of Venda
- University of Limpopo
- Walter Sisulu University
For enquiries regarding the national review outcomes, please contact the Director of National Standards & Reviews at the Council on Higher Education email@example.com. By the Council on Higher Education.