A copy of written proof of a bursary awarded, indicating the amount, has to be sent via email to email@example.com before registration. Allow 3 – 5 days processing time to be able to activate the student card after registration for the academic year.
Compulsory first instalment
The compulsory first instalment on study fees is payable in full by all students before the date of registration. Allow 3 – 5 days processing time in order to activate the student card for the specific academic year.
Payment arrangement application forms for the compulsory first instalment can be obtained from the Student Fees Section in January of the academic year provided any outstanding amount from the previous year of study has been settled in full.
Bursary holders who did submit written proof of the bursary granted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org might be exempted from the compulsory first instalment if the amount of the bursary is sufficient to cover the compulsory first instalment. If the amount is less, the student is responsible for paying the difference at the date of registration.
Students who only register for a few modules and the total study fees are less than the compulsory first instalment, have to pay the full amount of the study fees before registration.
Online credit card payments can be made at the following link:
Credit or debit card payments can be made at the cashiers during office hours. Credit card forms for manual transaction can be obtained from the Student Fees Section.
Banking details are available online at the following link:
Student fees accounts closed on 15 August
After 15 August, any quota chosen by the student may only be replenished with a payment at the cashiers or by an electronic credit card payment. If the quota is not depleted by the end of the academic year, the remaining amount is credited to the student fees account.
Discontinuation of studies
A student who discontinues his studies after 31 March of the same academic year for which he registered, irrespective of other fees than study fees levied on the account, shall be liable for the following:
- Full study fees for any first-semester registered modules
- Half of the study fees for any registered year modules
- Half of the additional study-related expenditures, namely program and module costs, that the student fees account for the year comes to.
A student who discontinues his studies after 31 July of the same academic year, for which he is registered, shall be liable for the total amount that his student fees account for the year comes to.
Overdue student fees accounts
All amounts in arrears on the student fees account for a specific year have to be paid in full before a student will be allowed to register for the following year.
Instalments have to be paid punctually on the fixed dates to prevent interest at bank prime rate to be added monthly to any outstanding amounts that have not been paid by the dates in question.
The examination results of students with overdue student fees accounts payable on the fixed dates shall not be made known until the outstanding balance has been paid in full.
If the study fees are paid in full on or before 31 March, a rebate of 3% will be granted on tuition fees only, provided the prescribed application form and proof of payment are handed in at the Student Fees Section. The rebate will only be considered in the relevant year of study and are only applicable to local students, parents or guardians, and international students with a valid permanent residence that are full financially responsible for the total student fees account. International students and students funded by bursary companies do not qualify.
The 3% rebate application form can be obtained at Student Fees or at the following link:
If three or more students from the same immediate family are each registered for a full-time programme at the University in the same academic year, a rebate of 10% per student may be granted on the study fees of each student. The rebate will only be considered in the relevant year of study, provided the rebate application form is handed in at the Student Fees Section.
The 10% rebate application form can be obtained at Student Fees or at the following link:
Repayment of credit balances on student fees accounts
Credit balances arising in any student fees account as the result of overpayment shall, on demand, be disbursed after the completion of the student's studies, if the completed and stamped prescribed form, as well as the proof of the initial payment have been received.
Credit balances arising in the student fees account of bursary holders after the full amount owed to the University for the academic year concerned has been paid shall only be disbursed on presentation of the bursary donor's written permission.
Credit refund bank forms can be obtained from Student Fees Section or at the following link:
Please note that the form needs to be stamped by the bank to verify the banking details and the proof of payment is attached before the electronic refund can be processed. Bursary students also need to attach a written proof from the bursary donor that the credit balance may be paid out.