Walter Sisulu University in the Eastern Cape has been re-accredited with the Bachelor of Law degree.
The Council of Higher Education withdrew the university’s accreditation in 2017 after discovering that the institution hired under-qualified lectures and lecture halls were not conducive to teaching and learning.
University spokesperson Yonela Tukwayo says: “We have worked very hard as the University to make sure that we fix those things that were identified as deficiency to allow us to be able to be re-accredited for our LLB program.”
“We are extremely proud of the team that has worked tirelessly to make sure that we get re-accredited for our LLB so the new package or the new re-design LLB program has indeed addressed those major deficiencies that were found lacking. We’ve professors now, we’ve got improved curriculum as well.”
Walter Sisulu University Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) programme got re-accreditation. pic.twitter.com/HQipSrZEaA
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