College of Law and
Management Studies

Welcome to the College of Law and Management Studies

We hope that you will be inspired to join our College as a student or, that as a parent, you will be convinced to entrust your young adult(s) to our academic care. Our College prides itself on offering a supportive and student-centred learning environment at each of the Howard College, Pietermaritzburg and Westville campuses. The College consists of about 300 dedicated academic and supportive administrative staff and approximately 11000 committed students. Our academics and professional services staff mission is to facilitate the academic and social growth of all students in our care.

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Frequently Asked ​ Questions

You can apply via the Central Applications Office. for 2021.

No internal transfers will be open for 2020 Semester 2. Students wishing to change their degree need to explore this avenue with their College Office for 2021.

Returning students who had a break in their studies may not apply for 2020 semester 2. Explore this option with your College Office for 2021 if you meet the required criteria.

No appeal applications can be made for 2020. Please explore applying for 2021 with your College Office.

No, as there are no enrolments for semester 2.

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Click here for isiZulu version A new book titled Global Trends in Management, IT and Governance in an e-World has been published

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The College of Law and Management Studies (CLMS) has hosted a Three-Minute Thesis (3-MT) competition for its PhD students. The contest will

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UKZN Law students have partnered with the Denis Hurley Centre (DHC) – an organisation that supports poor communities in central Durban –