The Faculty of Law offers a Master of Laws degree which shall be examined by research only in any field of law approved by the Faculty. It is imperative that the information pertaining to the LL M (by thesis) be read in conjunction with the General Information and Regulations Prospectus
A person may be considered for admission as a candidate for the degree of Master of Laws if
s/he has a good law degree with at least a C-grade average (i.e. 60-69%) of the University of Namibia or an equivalent degree of another University/institution recognized by the Senate, on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law, for the purpose; or
s/he has in any other manner attained a level of competence, which in the opinion of Senate, on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law, is adequate for the purpose of admission as a candidate for the degree.
Duration of Studies:
A full-time candidate shall complete the approved thesis for the degree within one (1) academic year; a part time candidate within two (2) academic years.
The Faculty Board may, in justified cases, extend the duration of studies of a full-time candidate up to two (2) academic years and a part-time candidate up to three (3) academic years.