Welcome to the College of Law and Management Studies
 The College is one of the four Colleges that form the University of KwaZulu-Natal. In turn, it consists of four Schools: the Graduate School of Business and Leadership; the School of Accounting, Economics & Finance; the School of Law; and the School of Management, Information Technology & Governance. Read More...
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Scholarships for Masters & Doctoral Studies for 2017

Application and Funding Guide for 2017

Framework Document

 Deadline: 29 July 2016 


TEACHING AND LEARNING DAY
1 October 2016

    CLMS TEACHING AND LEARNING BOOK
 
 
Teaching and Learning in
The College of Law and Management Studies:

Shared Approaches, Lessons and Good Practices

Attachment: CLMS Teaching Learning Book 


 

  COLLEGE OF LAW & MANAGEMENT STUDIES OFFERS MOODLE TRAINING 

 For more information on Moodle Training offered in the College of Law & Management Studies, kindly contact Dianne Muthen at (031) 260-1408 or muthen@ukzn.ac.za


2016 SESSIONAL DATES 

Attachment: 2016 Sessional Dates


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UKZN Academic Attends Commonwealth Local Government Forum ConferenceUKZN Academic Attends Commonwealth Local Government Forum Conference
Professor Purshottama Reddy of the School of Management, Information Technology and Governancechaired a session at a Commonwealth Local Government Forum (CLGF) Conference, titled “Economic Development: A Framework for Localising the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Johannesburg”.Read More

From Exceptionalism to the Challenge of Ending AIDS by 2030From Exceptionalism to the Challenge of Ending AIDS by 2030
The 15-year span of the Millennium Development Goals (2000-2015) was also the era of AIDS exceptionalism - that is, the AIDS pandemic was understood as a uniquely urgent global health emergency which drew unprecedented levels of political commitment and financial support. The achievements have been astonishing.Read More

HEARD Hosts International AIDS Economics Network Pre-ConferenceHEARD Hosts International AIDS Economics Network Pre-Conference
Titans of AIDS economics came together for the 9th International AIDS Economics Network (IAEN) AIDS and Economics Pre-Conference in Durban on 15 and 16 July. The Pre-Conference was hosted by the network in collaboration with its organising partners the Health Economics HIV/AIDS Research Division (HEARD)Read More

UKZN Accounting Team to Compete in International Competition Semi-FinalsUKZN Accounting Team to Compete in International Competition Semi-Finals
School of Law’s Associate Professor Max du Plessis is the recipient of the Colenso Research Scholarship to St John’s College, Cambridge University in England.Read More

UKZN/SAICA Development Camp Hones Future Chartered AccountantsUKZN/SAICA Development Camp Hones Future Chartered Accountants
Close to 200 school pupils received extra tuition in core mathematics and other subjects during a UKZN/ SA Institute of Charted Accountants (SAICA) Development Camp.Read More

UKZN Law Professor has busy time in Jamaica and BotswanaUKZN Law Professor has busy time in Jamaica and Botswana
UKZN’s Professor David McQuoid-Mason had a busy June this year presenting papers at a variety of symposiums in the Caribbean and another at a conference in Botswana.Read More

UKZN Alumni Contribute to Newspaper Column on Shipping MattersUKZN Alumni Contribute to Newspaper Column on Shipping Matters
Maritime Law experts and UKZN alumni, Ms Norma Wheeler and Ms Anisa Govender, are part of an all-women group contributing material for a shipping matters column in the Sunday Tribune newspaper.Read More

Law Academic Awarded Colenso Research ScholarshipLaw Academic Awarded Colenso Research Scholarship
School of Law’s Associate Professor Max du Plessis is the recipient of the Colenso Research Scholarship to St John’s College, Cambridge University in England.Read More

KZN High School Teachers Benefit from Maritime Studies WorkshopKZN High School Teachers Benefit from Maritime Studies Workshop
UKZN’s Unit of Maritime Law and Maritime Studies in partnership with the eThekwini Maritime Cluster and the Durban University of Technology (DUT) recently hosted a Maritime Teachers Training Workshop to empower high school educators.Read More

Academic to Further Research in International Law as a Harvard Resident FellowAcademic to Further Research in International Law as a Harvard Resident Fellow
School of Law Lecturer Mr Christopher Gevers has been awarded the Institute for Global Law and Policy Fellowship allowing him to spend a year at Harvard University in the United States to further his research into the intellectual history of Pan-Africanism and International Law.Read More

Researcher Promoting Maritime Economy in Academia and Political ArenaResearcher Promoting Maritime Economy in Academia and Political Arena
A paper contributing to the development of South Africa’s maritime sector has led to School of Accounting, Economics and Finance Development Lecturer Mr Ayanda Meyiwa’s work being accepted for publication in the upcoming issue of the Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences.Read More

Efforts made to boost performance of black BCOM honours Accounting studentsEfforts made to boost performance of black BCOM honours Accounting students
The School of Accounting, Economics and Finance (SAEF), in partnership with the Advancement of Black Accountants of Southern Africa (ABASA), and the SA Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), recently hosted a winter school aimed at boosting the performance of BCom Honours Accounting students..Read More

Hooray! UK Conference Congratulates UKZN Academic on his BirthdayHooray! UK Conference Congratulates UKZN Academic on his Birthday
It came as a pleasant surprise for UKZN’s Professor Kriben Pillay when the organisers of an education conference he was attending in the United Kingdom congratulated him on his 60th birthday.Read More

Leading French University Explores Collaboration with UKZNLeading French University Explores Collaboration with UKZN
Insights and collaboration in the development of the Accounting field were shared at a recent meeting between academics of the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance and their colleagues from the University of Auvergne in France.Read More

Law Graduate Awarded Emma Smith ScholarshipLaw Graduate Awarded Emma Smith Scholarship
Master of Laws student Ms Priyanka Naidoo has been awarded the Emma Smith Overseas Scholarship which she will use to pursue a master’s degree at either Harvard University in the United States or at the University of Cambridge in England.Read More

Economics PhD candidate awarded UKZN Doctoral Research Scholarship
School of Accounting, Economics and Finance PhD candidate, Mr Adebayo Kutu, has won the 2016 UKZN Doctoral Research Scholarship.Read More

Accounting Academic Runs First Comrades MarathonUKZN Academic at the Coal Face of Marine Conservation
School of Management, Information Technology and Governance academic, Dr Thea van der Westhuizen, is a member of the marine conservation initiative, Paddle for the Planet, which has raised R60 000 to introduce a project.......Read More

Accounting Academic Runs First Comrades MarathonAccounting Academic Runs First Comrades Marathon
UKZN Financial Accounting Lecturer, Ms Salma Vanker, is overjoyed to have completed her first Comrades Marathon – this year’s down run between Pietermaritzburg and Durban - saying it was a humbling experience.Read More

Judge Yacoob Serves as Judge-in-Residence at Law School Judge Yacoob Serves as Judge-in-Residence at Law School
UKZN School of Law academics and students had a rare opportunity to work with retired Constitutional Court Judge Zak Yacoob during the month of April when he was serving in his position as the School’s newly appointed Judge-in-Residence.Read More

Research Grant Proposal Workshop hosted by Teaching and Learning OfficeResearch Grant Proposal Workshop hosted by Teaching and Learning Office
The College of Law and Management Studies (CLMS), under the auspices of the University Teaching and Learning Office (UTLO), hosted a workshop on writing a research grant proposal.Read More

Prestigious Maritime Law Scholarship for Law GraduatePrestigious Maritime Law Scholarship for Law Graduate
LLB graduate Ms Siphosakhe Phakathi is the first recipient of the newly established Steven Wallace Scholarship aimed at individuals who are studying to become legal practitioners in the field of Maritime Law.Read More

Supply Chain Students Interact with Industry Experts at SeminarSupply Chain Students Interact with Industry Experts at Seminar
The Supply Chain Student Association (SCSA) hosted a seminar to inform students about how the theory they learn in class is practically applied in the supply chain industry.Aspirant Master of Business Administration (MBA) students heard about how the qualification .....Read More

Graduate School of Business and Leadership hosts Open Evening
Aspirant Master of Business Administration (MBA) students heard about how the qualification will enhance their business and leadership acumen during a recent Open Evening. Read More

UKZN-SAICA Awards Ceremony Celebrates Student ExcellenceUKZN-SAICA Awards Ceremony Celebrates Student Excellence
The School of Accounting, Economics and Finance in partnership with the SA Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) celebrated academic excellence at the recent UKZN–SAICA Students Awards Ceremony.Read More

Building Bridges - University of Hull and UKZN’s Maritime UnitBuilding Bridges - University of Hull and UKZN’s Maritime Unit
The University of Hull in England with its long historical maritime association and its unique geographical location on one of the world’s busiest sea routes on the United Kingdom’s east coast, has an established and integrated maritime studies programme that........Read More

Accounting Graduate Placed Fifth in SAICA’s Initial Test of CompetenceAccounting Graduate Placed Fifth in SAICA’s Initial Test of Competence
When Ms Justine Lindsay graduated with her BCom degree cum laude and became the first student to receive top awards for all modules at the UKZN-SA Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) Students’ Awards Ceremony in 2015. Read More

Systems Thinking Expert Awarded 2016 Emerald Literati Network AwardSystems Thinking Expert Awarded 2016 Emerald Literati Network Award
Graduate School of Business and Leadership academic and systems thinking expert, Dr Shamim Bodhanya, and his former Post-Doctoral Fellow, Dr Sandra Hildbrand have been awarded the 2016 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence....Read More

MOU between UKZN and Open University in Mauritius to strengthen research collaborationMOU between UKZN and Open University in Mauritius to strengthen research collaboration
UKZN and Mauritius’s Open University have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) which will strengthen collaboration between the two universities. Read More

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Latest Events

Pietermaritzburg -Three Minute Thesis Competition

26 July

Durban - Three Minute Thesis Competition

26 July

Employers’ Career Exhibition 

3-5 August

Business Management Conference

 24-26 August

College Research Day 

29 & 30 September

College Teaching & Learning Day 

01 October


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