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North West University NWU Online Application 2021-2022



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Apply at North West University NWU

NWU Online Application 2021 – 2022 | How to Apply

 

 

COURSES

North West University NWU Courses Offered

 

FEES STRUCTURE, BURSARIES AND SCHOLARSHIPS

North West University NWU Fees

North West University NWU Fees Office Contact

North West University NWU Bursary and Loan

NWU Undergraduate Bursaries , Loans and Scholarships

NWU Postgraduate Bursaries , Loans and Scholarships

North West University NWU Undergraduate Bursaries

North West University NWU Postgraduate Bursary Scheme

North West University NWU Faculty

North West University NWU Masters Bursary

North West University NWU Doctoral Bursary

North West University NWU Postgraduate Merit Bursary

North West University NWU NSFAS Funding

North West University NWU Scholarship

North West University NWU Banking Details

North West University NWU Registration Fee

 

 

PROSPECTUS

 

North West University NWU Prospectus

North West University NWU Undergraduate Prospectus

North West University NWU Postgraduate Prospectus

North West University NWU Potchefstroom Prospectus

North West University NWU Mahikeng Campus prospectus

North West University Vaal Triangle Campus Prospectus

 

CONTACTS, LOCATION AND CAMPUSES

North West University Accommodation

North West University NWU Contact Address

North West University NWU Campuses and Branches

North West University Vanderbijlpark Campus

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS AND REGISTRATIONS 

North West University NWU Postgraduate Registration

North West University NWU Registration

North West University NWU Readmission

North West University NWU Brochure

North West University NWU Admission Requirements

North West University NWU Undergraduate Admission Requirements

 

ACADEMICS

North West University NWU Acceptance letter

North West University NWU Student Portal Login

North West University NWU Closing Date

North West University NWU Accommodation

North West University NWU Assessment.

North West University NWU Undergraduate Assessment

North West University NWU Careers

North West University NWU Blackboard Learn Login

North West University NWU Open Distance Learning 

North West University Examinations

North West University NWU Tenders

North West University NWU Graduation List

North West University NWU Graduation Ceremony Date

North West University NWU Job Vacancies

 

 

How To Apply To North West University

Step 1: Getting a student number (start at step 2 if you already have one)

  • Go to the online application platform
  • Click on New application
  • Click on Create new student number and complete all the fields

Please note that the allocation of a student number does not mean that you have completed the application process. Please go through all the steps below to ensure that your application is complete and that it reaches us. Incomplete applications will not be processed by the University.

Step 2: Log in

When you receive a student number, use that together with the PIN number you created to log in.

Step 3: What do you want to study?

Complete all the fields. Use the yearbooks to obtain more information about the qualifications, modes of delivery and curricula.

Step 4: Upload supporting documents

In order to consider your application, please upload the following supporting documents:

  • Available grade 12 marks (or gr 11 if the gr 12 marks are not available yet), or a copy of your matric certificate – if you have already passed matric.
  • Copy of your ID
  • Copy of your academic record (if applicable).
  • Additional documents for international prospective students:
    • A copy of relevant results
    • A copy of your passport

Step 5: Submit application

Please make sure that you press the Submit application button when you have finished ensuring that we receive your application.

Payable Fees

  • More information on payable fees

Banking details:

  • ABSA account number: 409 169 1369
  • Name of account: NW University Online Registrations
  • Branch code & name: 632 005, Tom Street
  • Reference:
    • A + Prospective student’s ID no OR
    • A + student no OR
    • A+ Date of birth and surname

North-West University Application Closing Dates

Non-selection courses: 30 September 2019
Selection courses: 30 June 2019
Undergraduate enquiries
018 285 4320
applicationsug@nwu.ac.za

North West University Postgraduate Application

How to apply for master’s degree and doctoral studies

  • Getting a student number/university number does not imply that the applicant has been accepted for the programme they applied for. A student number/university number is issued for administrative purposes only.
  • All documents must be certified by a commissioner of oaths, attorney and/or university official.
  • If any of your qualifications were obtained at any non-South African institution, an evaluation certificate as issued by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) must be submitted. Applicants can apply for the evaluation certificate from  SAQA.
  • Please note that if any of the documents you have to submit were issued in your maiden name, you have to also submit a certified marriage certificate.
  • Additional information may be required by the relevant faculty.

Guidelines for applicants

Apply as follows:

I am a current NWU student (I just can’t get enough of the NWU)

  1. Apply online
  2. The following supporting documents must be added online to your form (SA citizens):
  • A certified copy of your SA ID document (or your passport if you are an international student).
  • Certified copies of academic transcripts of all qualifications obtained from other tertiary education institutions.
  • Certified copies of all certificates/diplomas/degrees from other tertiary institutions.

I am an alumnus (former student) of the NWU (I want more of the NWU)

  1. Apply online
  2. The following supporting documents must be added online to your form (SA citizens):
  • A certified copy of your SA ID document (or your passport if you are an international student).
  • Certified copies of academic transcripts of all qualifications obtained from other tertiary education institutions.
  • Certified copies of all certificates/diplomas/degrees from other tertiary institutions.

I am a new NWU applicant (I want to be a part of the NWU):  South African citizens

  1. Apply online
  2. The following supporting documents must be added online to your form (SA citizens):
  • A certified copy of your SA ID document (or your passport if you are an international student).
  • Certified copies of academic transcripts of all qualifications obtained from other tertiary education institutions.
  • Certified copies of all certificates/diplomas/degrees from other tertiary institutions.

I am a new NWU applicant (I want to be a part of the NWU): International applicants

Please note:

  • All international students must pay the full amount for their proposed study and relevant costs in advance before registration can be finalised.
  • Upon receipt of all the relevant documents, your application will be evaluated by the relevant faculty. Please note that it can take up to six months to process an application, however, postgraduate registrations are accepted up to the end of March of each year. The academic year at North-West University runs from January to December.
  • All prospective international students must report to the International Office of the North-West University upon arrival on campus for assistance regarding study permits and accommodation. Please submit the following when reporting to the International Office:
    • A sworn statement or bank guarantee must be submitted to ensure that you have access to the necessary finances that will enable you to undertake your studies and to cover your living expenses for the full duration of your studies;
    • Proof of medical cover for the duration of your studies at North-West University. The International Office will provide assistance if needed.
  • Further guidelines

Apply here:

  1. Apply online
  2. The following supporting documents should accompany your application form:
    1. A certified copy of your passport
    2. Certified copies of all academic transcripts, including final results of all qualifications obtained.
    3. Certified copies of all certificates/diplomas/degrees (An evaluation certificate as issued by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) must be submitted if your previous qualification was obtained in a foreign country. The evaluation certificate may be obtained by visiting the SAQA website www.saqa.org.za.)
    4. A certificate of conduct, as issued by the registrar of the university/college/technikon where you were (or are currently) registered.
    5. A certificate of proof of English proficiency:
      • Prospective students from non-English speaking countries must submit a certificate of English language proficiency, either the TOEFL score sheet or results of the University of Cambridge International English Language Testing System. Students who completed their studies through an English-medium institution prior to submitting their application may apply in writing for exemption from the TOEFL test. Find the TOEFL test here:http://www.ets.org.toefl/.
    6. Proof of payment of the application fee (non-refundable) of R550 for international students
    7. Bank details:
      • Account name: NWU Online Registrations 
      • Bank: ABSA
      • Account number: 4091691369    
      • Branch code: 632-005
      • Reference number:
        • NWU student number/university number OR
        • H + ID number if the applicant is a South African citizen e.g. H8401235057089 OR
        • H + date of birth and surname if the applicant is not a South African citizen e.g. H840123Jacobs

 

Engineering
After you have submitted your application, you will receive a letter informing you whether you meet the criteria to be subjected to the selection process. As soon as you have received the letter (issued by the CAAO / Admissions Office), you may contact the Faculty of Engineering for an appointment to write the Engineering Test. Read more about the selection process for Engineering and find all the available dates for the Engineering test.

HEQSF alignment

All universities in South Africa were obligated by law to take part in a National Project driven by the regulatory bodies (Department of Higher Education an Training (DHET), the Council on Higher Education (CHE) and the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA), to align all qualifications with the Higher Education Qualification Sub Framework (HEQSF). The NWU is thus currently in an ongoing process of aligning our qualification and programme offering with the requirements of  the HEQSF.

Prospective students must take notice of the fact that NWU qualification names, programme names as well as the composition of curricula may change due to the HEQSF Project, prior to registration for the 2018 academic year.
Successful candidates are advised to contact the relevant faculty in order to ensure that they register for the correct qualification, programme and /or curriculum.

Change Of Application Details

Prospective applicants (only those who have already submitted their applications) can amend/change their personal details, or request a change of qualification or campus by submitting a request to applicationsug@nwu.ac.za. Please be sure to include your student number and contact details in the e-mail.

Contact details for help/information

  • 018 299 4383/4130/4263/2445
  • 018 285 2227/2332
  • applicationsug@nwu.ac.za
  • Change of application details

 

 

 

North West University NWU Courses Offered

North West University NWU Courses Offered

North West University NWU Courses Offered – See Details Below:

Undergraduate Courses

  • BSc Physics and Computer Science
  • BSc Chemistry and Computer Science
  • BSc Computer Science and Electronics
  • BSc Computer Science and Statistics
  • BSc Computer Science and Mathematics
  • BSc Computer Science and Economics
  • BSc in Environmental Sciences with Geography and Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Education (BEd): Foundation Phase
  • Bachelor of Education (BEd): Intermediate Phase (ODL)
  • Bachelor of Education (BEd): Senior & FET (Further Educational Training)
  • Bachelor of Education (BEd): Honours
  • Bachelor of Divinity (BDiv)
  • BA in Public Governance with Policing Pratice
  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Bachelor of Theology
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree in Public Governance
    (with Policing Practice)
  • Bachelor Education Honours
  • Bachelor of Commerce in Economic Sciences
  • Bachelor of Commerce in Management Scienc
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Bachelor of Administration
  • BEd Hons, MEd and PhD in Education
  • Bachelor of Education Honours (BEdHons)
  • Bachelor of Education Honours (BEdHons)
  • Bachelor of Education (BEd)
  • Bachelor of Education Honours (BEdHons)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication
  • Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design
  • BA in Public Governance
  • Extended BSc with Chemistry and Computer Science
  • Extended BSc with Computer Science and Electronics
  • Extended BSc in Environmental Sciences with Geography and Computer Science
  • Extended BSc with Computer Science and Mathematics
  • Extended BSc with Physics and Computer Science
  • Extended Bachelor of Administration in Development and Management

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Postgraduate Courses

  • Master of Science in Dietetics
  • Master of Science in Nutrition
  • Master of Science in Nutrition
  • Master of Education (MEd)
  • Master of Education (MEd)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Science
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Masters Courses

  • Master of Science in Dietetics
  • Master of Science in Nutrition
  • Master of Science in Nutrition
  • Master of Education (MEd)
  • Master of Education (MEd)

PHD Courses

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Science
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Advanced Diploma Courses

  • Advanced University Diploma in Health Science
  • Advanced University Diploma in Health Science
  • Advanced Diploma in Teaching (ADT)
  • Advanced Diploma in Education for learners with special needs (ADE)
  • Advanced Certificate in Teaching (ACT)
  • Diploma in Grade R Teaching

Advanced Certificate Courses

  • Advanced Certificate in Teaching(ACT)
  • Advanced Certificate in Foundation Phase Teaching (ACFPT)
  • Advanced Certificate in Intermediate Phase Teaching (ACIPT)
  • Advanced Certificate in Senior Phase Teaching (ACP ST)
  • Advanced Diploma in Education (ADE)

Short Learning Courses

  • Short Learning Programme on the Consumer Protection Act for Paralegals
  • Short Learning Programme on the Law of Contract for Paralegals
  • Short Learning Programme on the Children’s Act for Paralegals
  • Short Learning Programme on Alternative Dispute Resolution for Paralegals
  • Short Learning Programme on Basic Legal Training for Administrative Staff
  • Short Learning Programme on Mediation Skills for Paralegals
  • Short Learning Programme on Labour Law for Attorneys
  • Short Learning Programme on the Consumer Protection Act for Attorney
  • Introductory Short Learning Programme for Paralegals
  • Advanced Short Learning Programme for Paralegals

 

 

 

North West University NWU Fees 2021-2022

North West University NWU Fees 2021-2022 – See Details Below:

Annually, more or less at the beginning of February, it is Registration time for students.

Ease your registration next year by paying your minimum payable fees early (December or January) into the University’s bank account. Also make sure your outstanding University account is fully settled, because you will not be permitted to register for next year if any fees for the year are still outstanding. Also take note that no respite will be granted for payment of the minimum fees payable.

International students must pay the full amount for their proposed study and relevant costs in advance before registration can be finalized.

 

ESTIMATED MINIMUM FEES  2021-2022

RESIDENCE & OFF CAMPUS STUDENTS

Compulsory 1st minimum fees payable for 2021-2022 Mahikeng Campus Potchefstroom Campus Vanderbijlpark Campus Off-Campus Students
First payment on tuition fees 7 870 7 870 7 870 7 740
NWU Registration fees 1 930 1 930 1 930 1 930
First payment on residence fees:
PC & VTC first payment, MC payment per semester
8 030 8 030 8 030 0
R&O Package (Compulsory for residence 1st years) 1 185 2 000 1 710 0
Total Compulsory Minimum First Payment 2021-2022 19 015 19 830 19 540 9 670
Recommended deposit for meals (February & March 2021-2022) 0 3 985 0 0
TOTAL 19 015 23 815 19 540 9 670

 

RESIDENCE & OFF-CAMPUS STUDENTS (SENIOR STUDENTS)

Compulsory 1st Minimum Fees Payable for 2021-2022 Mahikeng Campus Potchefstroom Campus Vanderbijlpark Campus Off- Campus Students
First payment on tuition fees 7 870 7 870 7 870 7 740
NWU Registration fees 1 930 1 930 1 930 1 930
First Payment on Residence Fees 8 030 8 030 8 030 0
Total Compulsory Minimum First Payment 2021-2022 17 830 17 830 17 830 9 670

 

NON-RESIDENCE & OFF CAMPUS STUDENTS

Compulsory 1st Minimum Fees Payable for 2021-2022 Mahikeng Campus Potchefstroom Campus Vanderbijlpark Campus Off- Campus Students
First payment on tuition fees 7 870 7 870 7 870 7 740
NWU Registration fees 1 930 1 930 1 930 1 930
Total Compulsory Minimum First Payment 2021-2022 9 800 9 800 9 800 9 670

 

BANK ACCOUNTS

The North-West University has various bank accounts and it is of the utmost importance that you use the correct bank account for the purpose for which you want to make the deposit.

A direct bank deposit or electronic payment can be made into any of the North-West University’s bank accounts as listed below and only the 8-digit university number will be accepted as a reference, please use the letter A for Application Fees & Residence Deposits.

 

PURPOSE OF DEPOSIT

TUITION AND

OTHER FEES

MEAL FEES

APPLICATION FEES &

RESIDENCE DEPOSIT

Beneficiary Name NWU STUDENT NWU VENDING

Bank Name

Branch code

Account Number

Account Number Account Number
ABSA

632 005

40 7009 9350

40 7010 0351
ABSA (NW University ONLINE REGISTRATIONS) 632 005 409 169 1369
Standard Bank

052 838

33 038 446 5

33 038 243 8
Nedbank

171 338

1713 378 531

1713 378 558
FNB

240 438

6216 190 7335

6216 191 6849
FNB Namibia

28 11 74

6224 883 9823

 

Enquiries can be addressed to the Bank Administration Department or send an email to NWU-bankdeposit@nwu.ac.za

 

 

North West University NWU Prospectus 2021-2022

North West University NWU Prospectus 2021-2022 – See Details Below:

The NWU officially came into being on 1 January 2004 as part of the South African government’s plan to transform higher education. The former  University of North-West merged with the Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education. A third party was the Sebokeng Campus of another mainly black university, Vista, whose staff and students were incorporated.

Their coming together to form the North-West University (NWU) was a strong symbolic act of reconciliation and nation building – and a highly effective one. The transition to the unified NWU has been hailed as one of the most successful and stable higher education mergers in South Africa. Each year since the merger, the NWU has produced a healthy financial surplus, improved student pass rates, increased research output and risen in the corporate governance rankings for South African universities.

This stability reflects the culture of consultation at the NWU, our clear vision, values and mission, our effective governance and leadership, and the well-defined strategic and operational plans we have made to take the NWU into the future.

The NWU is committed to functioning as a unitary, integrated, multi-campus university that enables equity, redress and globally competitive teaching and research across all three of our campuses. Our core activities, teaching-learning and research, are intertwined with community engagement and innovation in our eight faculties, most of which serve both distance and contact students.

The NWU offers more than just an education: we offer people a place in the world. Academically, students benefit from great choice and flexibility, enabling them to fulfill their potential and start preparing for their careers.

Through collaboration with other universities and institutions internationally, we are part of the global higher education community. Our internationalisation activities include student and staff exchange and cooperation in academic, research, cultural and sports matters.

As we like to say in our University Anthem: “where the willow trees grow and the thorn tree spreads its shade, there you will grow in knowledge…”

Undergraduate Courses

  • BSc Physics and Computer Science
  • BSc Chemistry and Computer Science
  • BSc Computer Science and Electronics
  • BSc Computer Science and Statistics
  • BSc Computer Science and Mathematics
  • BSc Computer Science and Economics
  • BSc in Environmental Sciences with Geography and Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Education (BEd): Foundation Phase
  • Bachelor of Education (BEd): Intermediate Phase (ODL)
  • Bachelor of Education (BEd): Senior & FET (Further Educational Training)
  • Bachelor of Education (BEd): Honours
  • Bachelor of Divinity (BDiv)
  • BA in Public Governance with Policing Pratice
  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Bachelor of Theology
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree in Public Governance
    (with Policing Practice)
  • Bachelor Education Honours
  • Bachelor of Commerce in Economic Sciences
  • Bachelor of Commerce in Management Scienc
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Bachelor of Administration
  • BEd Hons, MEd and PhD in Education
  • Bachelor of Education Honours (BEdHons)
  • Bachelor of Education Honours (BEdHons)
  • Bachelor of Education (BEd)
  • Bachelor of Education Honours (BEdHons)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication
  • Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design
  • BA in Public Governance
  • Extended BSc with Chemistry and Computer Science
  • Extended BSc with Computer Science and Electronics
  • Extended BSc in Environmental Sciences with Geography and Computer Science
  • Extended BSc with Computer Science and Mathematics
  • Extended BSc with Physics and Computer Science
  • Extended Bachelor of Administration in Development and Management

Postgraduate Courses

  • Master of Science in Dietetics
  • Master of Science in Nutrition
  • Master of Science in Nutrition
  • Master of Education (MEd)
  • Master of Education (MEd)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Science
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Masters Courses

  • Master of Science in Dietetics
  • Master of Science in Nutrition
  • Master of Science in Nutrition
  • Master of Education (MEd)
  • Master of Education (MEd)

PHD Courses

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Science
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Advanced Diploma Courses

  • Advanced University Diploma in Health Science
  • Advanced University Diploma in Health Science
  • Advanced Diploma in Teaching (ADT)
  • Advanced Diploma in Education for learners with special needs (ADE)
  • Advanced Certificate in Teaching (ACT)
  • Diploma in Grade R Teaching

Advanced Certificate Courses

  • Advanced Certificate in Teaching(ACT)
  • Advanced Certificate in Foundation Phase Teaching (ACFPT)
  • Advanced Certificate in Intermediate Phase Teaching (ACIPT)
  • Advanced Certificate in Senior Phase Teaching (ACP ST)
  • Advanced Diploma in Education (ADE)

Short Learning Courses

  • Short Learning Programme on the Consumer Protection Act for Paralegals
  • Short Learning Programme on the Law of Contract for Paralegals
  • Short Learning Programme on the Children’s Act for Paralegals
  • Short Learning Programme on Alternative Dispute Resolution for Paralegals
  • Short Learning Programme on Basic Legal Training for Administrative Staff
  • Short Learning Programme on Mediation Skills for Paralegals
  • Short Learning Programme on Labour Law for Attorneys
  • Short Learning Programme on the Consumer Protection Act for Attorney
  • Introductory Short Learning Programme for Paralegals
  • Advanced Short Learning Programme for Paralegals

List of Faculties and Departments:

Contact Address:

North-West University
Vanderbijlpark Campus
PO Box 1174
Vanderbijlpark
1900

Fax:
(+27 16) 910-3182


North West University NWU Registration 2021-2022

North West University NWU Registration 2021-2022 – See Details Below:

Registration

Annual registration

Every returning student must register annually in their personal capacity, either by means of a paper-based or an electronic registration process, for the learning components that are prescribed for the specific study year, in accordance with the faculty rules applicable to the qualification, programme and module(s) concerned.

A student is personally responsible to:

1.10.1.2.1ensure compliance with all the programme and module registration requirements and the completion and submission of the formal documents required for registration as specified in faculty rules, and

1.10.1.2.2determine that there are no clashes in contact time tables or scheduled assessment opportunities between the modules for which the student registers.

The university reserves the right to refuse or cancel the registration of a student where an applicant provides false, incorrect or incomplete information or documentation material to registration as a student, or where any other condition provided for in these rules is not satisfied.

Faculty rules provide for the requirements for active participation by students in specific programmes and students may not register for modules in which they are unable to or intend not to actively participate.

In order to receive credits for a specific module a student must be registered for such module and pass it.

Two registration periods for the various levels and modes of study are annually determined in the university calandar, the second of which is reserved exclusively for registration of students in such distance programmes as may be identified annually by the responsible executive dean.

A student who was registered during the second registration period of the previous year must in the subsequent academic years report for registration during the first annual registration period.

In order to be registered, a student or the entity that has granted the student a bursary, must pay the prescribed registration and minimum tuition fees prescribed by the university.

A student who registers in the paper-based process for registration must complete and sign the relevant registration form, acquire the necessary approval from the faculty concerned, and submit the signed form to the appropriate section within the Department of the Chief Director Student Academic Lifecycle Administration, upon which an official proof of registration is issued to the student.

A student who registers electronically must complete and sign the registration form electronically, and after approval of the registration by the faculty concerned, an official proof of registration is issued electronically.

A registered student must promptly submit all relevant changes to personal details in the prescribed form to the Chief Director Student Academic Lifecycle Administration for the purposes of official communication by the university with the student

Official correspondence with students may be addressed by the university to the postal addressesemail addresses and cell phone numbers supplied during registration, or as changed in accordance with rule 1.10.1.11.

Submission to rules and resolutions

By signing and submitting either on paper or electronically the prescribed application and registration forms, the applicant or registered student agrees to be bound by the applicable rules, policies and resolutions of the university until the registration of the student is terminated.

Active enrolment

A registered student must actively participate in the teaching, learning and assessment activities of every module for which such student is registered in order to be deemed to be an enrolled student for subsidy purposes.

Sitting for an examination alone does not constitute proof of active enrolment.

Proof of active enrolment must be provided annually by the responsible academic unit on the prescribed census dates of the academic year concerned.

The registration of a student who fails to participate satisfactorily in the activities referred to in rule 1.10.3.1 is subject to review in accordance with the progression requirements provided for in rule 1.16.

Amendment, cancellation and discontinuation of registration

Subject to the applicable faculty rules and the applicable provisions regarding payable fees, a student may apply in the prescribed manner and within the period indicated for that purpose on the annual university calendar, to amend, cancel or discontinue registration.

Registration may be cancelled for a programme or a module, and entails that a student withdraws from the programme or module before formal tuition begins.

Timeous cancellation of registration is not reflected in a student’s academic record and a part of the registration fees, as well as the paid tuition fees, may be reimbursed.

The university reserves the right to cancel any erroneous registration.

Discontinuation of registration entails that a student withdraws from a programme or module after the commencement of formal tuition.

Discontinuation of registration is reflected as such on the student’s academic record and does not entitle the student to receive reimbursement of registration or tuition fees.

Simultaneous registration at more than one institution

A student registered at the university may not register concurrently for a qualification at another university except with the approval of the executive dean concerned, who may grant such approval only if the student has met the minimum residence requirements of either one of the universities.

With the approval of the executive dean concerned, a student may register for non-degree purposes at the university and as a student for a formal qualification at another university.

The executive dean concerned may in writing, and with the concurrence of the other institution concerned, grant a student permission to take specific modules offered by another university, including exit modules required for the completion of a programme, modules that the student is not able to attend at the university, and modules that are not offered by the university, provided that such student continues to be registered as a student of the university.

A student taking modules at another university in accordance with rule 1.10.5.3 is not liable to pay tuition fees for the equivalent modules of the university.

Except for research master’s degree by dissertation and doctoral programmes, a student may be granted permission to register for a maximum of 20% of the total credit value of a programme at another institution.

For coursework master’s degrees and professional master’s degrees, a student may be granted permission to register for a maximum of 20% of the credit value of the coursework component of the programme at another institution.

Simultaneous registration for more than one qualification at the university

The executive dean concerned may in writing grant a student permission, subject to the limitation on credit load provided for in rule 1.9, to register simultaneously for more than one qualification at the university.

1.10.7Use of the university’s facilities by registered students

Subject to specific exceptions granted by the Chief Director Student Academic Lifecycle Administration, only registered students are entitled to utilise the university’s facilities.

Protection of personal and education-related information

1.11.1In the course of the registration process the extent to which the student’s personal or education-related information may be disclosed to a third party is determined, but the student may withdraw or amend permission granted to disclose such information by means of a request in writing submitted to the registrar.

1.11.2The university may disclose personal or education-related information regarding a student to a third party only after the law applicable to the protection of and access to information has duly been complied with.

1.12 Exemption from practical work or class attendance in a module

Where a student fails a module that has a practical component, but passes the practical component, the student may apply in writing to the executive dean concerned to be exempted from the practical component when the student repeats the module.

The granting of exemption in terms of rules 1.12.1 and 1.12.4 is subject to the applicable faculty rules and is valid only for the year following the year when the student failed the module.

If exemption from the practical component of a module is granted, the student must register for the module in the subsequent year and, in accordance with the applicable faculty rules, make the necessary arrangements with the lecturer concerned to have the mark that was achieved for the practical component of the module transferred to form part of the module participation mark.

Where a student fails a module that has a class attendance requirement, but, in the opinion of the academic director concerned, did meet the class attendance requirements, the student may apply in writing to the executive dean concerned to be exempted from the class attendance requirement when the student repeats the module.

1.12.5If exemption from class attendance is granted in respect of a module, the student must register for the module in the subsequent year and must comply with faculty rules regarding the other required formative assessment opportunities in order to compile a new participation mark in the module concerned.

 

 

North West University NWU Accommodation

North West University NWU Accommodation – See Details Below:

Dennepark offers, subject to availability, affordable and safe hostel type accommodation to sports groups, schools, churches, UNISA students and all visitors to the Northwest University

  • Dennepark offers hostel type accommodation
  • We have eight blocks each with 25 rooms
  • Each room is equipped with a single bed or bunker beds, cupboards, desk and chair
  • Communal bathrooms
  • Communal kitchen, each equipped with a fridge, microwave and water hydro boiler
  • Females and males are hosted in separate blocks
  • Our total capacity is 350 guests
  • Access control

Oppirif is a senior hostel located on the NWU Potchefstroom campus, providing accommodation to 504 residents. The residence consists of 42 blocks, 6 units with 2 single rooms in each unit.

Units:

  • 2 x Single rooms equipped with bed, build-in cupboards and study space.
  • Bathrooms: Communal bathroom in each unit, with shower, toilet and wash basin.
  • Kitchen: Communal kitchen with built-in cupboards, students supply their own fridge, microwave, two-plate stove and electrical appliances.
  • Pre-paid electricity in units to be purchased at various outlets.

 

Other facilities

  • Near to Voorhuis dining hall.
  • Access to university classes through student subway- walking distance.

Application requirements:

Students may only apply when they:

  1. Are currently in their third year of studies.
  2. Already have a previous undergraduate qualification.
  3. Are accepted for post-graduate studies.

Oppirif does not have mandatory hostel obligations, although it strives to provide students with opportunities to join various communities and activities. Maintenance is managed efficiently and hostel parents provide individual support.

Hostel reglement to be informed on the rules and regulations of Oppirif.

For further information, do not hesitate to contact us on oppirifapplications@gmail.com

Admissions for Universities in South Africa

 

University of Cape Town UCT Online Application 2021 – 2022

University of Fort Hare UFH Online Application 2021 – 2022

University of the Free State UFS Online Application 2021 – 2022

University of KwaZulu-Natal UKZN Online Application 2021 – 2022

University of Limpopo UL Online Application 2021 – 2022

University of Pretoria UP Online Application 2021 – 2022

Rhodes University RU Online Application 2021 – 2022

University of Stellenbosch Online Application 2021 – 2022

University of the Western Cape UWC Online Application 2021 – 2022

University of the Witwatersrand WITS Online Application 2021 – 2022

Mpumalanga University MPU Online Application 2021 – 2022

Sol Plaatje University SPU Online Application 2021 – 2022

Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences SMU Online Application 2021 – 2022

University of Johannesburg UJ Online Application 2021 – 2022

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan NMU University Application 2021 – 2022

University of South Africa UNISA Online Application 2021 – 2022

University of Venda UNIVEN Online Application 2021 – 2022

Walter Sisulu University WSU Online Application 2021 – 2022

University of Zululand UNIZULU Online Application 2021 – 2022

Cape Peninsula University of Technology CPUT Online Application 2021 – 2022

Central University of Technology CUT Online Application 2021 – 2022

Durban University of Technology DUT Online Application 2021 – 2022

Mangosuthu University of Technology MUT Online Application 2021 – 2022

Tshwane University of Technology TUT Online Application 2021 – 2022

Vaal University of Technology VUT Online Application 2021 – 2022

Following are the Private Universities and Colleges Online Application 2018 in South Africa-

AFDA,

The South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance Application

Auckland Park Theological Seminary Online Application

Baptist Theological College of Southern Africa Online Application

Boston City Campus and Business College Online Application

Cornerstone Institute Online Application

CTI Education Group Online Application

Damelin Online Application

Doxa Deo School of Divinity Online Application

George Whitefield College Online Application

IMM Graduate School of Marketing Online Application

Inscape Design College Online Application

Management College of Southern Africa Online Application

Midrand Graduate Institute Online Application

Milpark Business School Online Application

Oval Education International Online Application

Qualitas Career Academy Online Application

Monash South Africa Online Application

Regenesys Business School Online Application

South African Theological Seminary Online Application

St Augustine College of South Africa Online Application

Stenden University South Africa Online Application

Varsity College Online Application

 

 

 

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