Are you a graduate wanting to improve your qualifications, or seeking a new career direction? Then let the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s School of Law offer you the chance you need.
Law is not only for lawyers. Are you a graduate wanting to improve your qualifications, or seeking a new career direction? Then let the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s School of Law, through their tailor-made extended legal studies offerings, offer you the chance you need.
This Diploma is designed for working professionals – not necessarily accountants or lawyers – wanting to specialise in the field of forensic investigative accounting, a specialised branch of forensic investigation, which uses intelligence-gathering techniques, together with accounting, legal, business and communication skills, to investigate and provide evidence of crimes of a financial or commercial nature.
The programme consists of four 32-credit modules at NQF level 8 and is offered part-time over two years. Lectures are held on weeknights and Saturday mornings during the University terms.
The requirements are a recognised Bachelor’s degree and relevant working experience, but places in the programme are limited and meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission. Selection will be based on academic merit, taking all previous qualifications into account.
The provisional fee for the 2019 programme is R30 000 (R7 500 per module).
Applications may be made online at http://applications.ukzn.ac.za or (preferably) submitted manually to Helga Stiglinghat the following address:
Centre for Extended Legal Studies
Room E512, 5th floor Shepstone Building,
Howard College campus.
The following documentation must be attached to your application form:
Applications for 2019 close on 18 November 2018. For application forms and further information contact Helga Stiglingh on (031) 260 2774 or email: StiglingH@ukzn.ac.za