Tygerberg Campus 2021 Registration
1. General registration enquiries:
- General e-mails enquiries about registration can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Appointments to consult staff can be scheduled via Microsoft Teams or telephonically, the contact details of the staff are as follows:
- Ms Zenda Jansen (e-mail: email@example.com, tel: 021-8084842) (undergraduate students of the Health Sciences programmes, undergraduate Nursing students and HonsBSc students)
- Ms Vanessa Joseph (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: 021 938 9235) (MBChB and postgraduate students)
- Mr Johan Coetzer (e-mail: email@example.com, tel: 021 938 9204) (MBChB and postgraduate students).
- Appointments to consult with staff face-to-face on campus will be kept to the absolute minimum and also only if you cannot be helped in any other way.
2. New first year undergraduate students – Tygerberg Campus
(See section below regarding Covid-19-preventative measures)
There are two options available for you to officially register as a Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences student at Stellenbosch University in March 2021.
OPTION 1: Self-Registration
Self-registration can be done from any computer with access to internet on my.sun.ac.za.
All new first year students are urged to use this option.
- If you have been provisionally admitted to the relevant undergraduate programme and you meet the minimum admission requirements based on your final matric results, you may register as student.
- If you have done the National Senior Certificate or the IEB-certificate, you will be able to register yourself. Candidates from other school systems cannot self-register and must register on campus.
- Students who use the self-registration option will be issued with a student card during the on-campus registration timeslots indicated below in the relevant grouping.
- The system for self-registration for new Undergraduate students will be open from 1 to 5 March 2021.
OPTION 2: On-Campus Registration
- All new first-year students for the BSc in Dietetics, BSc in Physiotherapy, B of Nursing and Midwifery and MBChB programmes, who cannot self-register must register on Friday 5 March, in the computer user area (GERGA), 3rd floor, Teaching Building (no 2 on the map), Tygerberg Campus (see table below for registration schedule).
On-campus Registration – Friday 5 March (Tygerberg Campus)
09:00 – 09:30 Huis Francie van Zyl
09:30 – 10:00 Huis eNkanyini and Meerhoff
10:00 – 10:30 Hippokrates
10:30 – 11:15 *Osler (Private Students’ Ward)
*Osler refers to the Private Students’ Organisation (PSO) on Tygerberg Campus (i.e., commuter students who do not live in university residences).
- New first-year students of the B of Occupational Therapy and B of Speech-Language and Hearing Therapy programmes who cannot self-register, must register at the Stellenbosch campus on Friday 5 March, between 14:00 and 16:00 in room 3008, Admin A (no 1 on the map), office of Ms Zenda Jansen.
- If you do not register yourself, it is your responsibility to ensure that you comply with all the admission requirements of your study programme before you leave for Tygerberg. If you are going to register on campus, you must show the following original documents when you report for registration in the allotted time slot:
1. Proof of payment or scholarship letter to cover the first instalment toward study fees (registration fee).
2. Advice of Results of the 2020 NSC or IEB final school-leaving (matric) examination.
3. NSC or IEB candidates who matriculated in 2019 or earlier: National Senior Certificate.
4. Candidates from other school systems: School-leaving certificate/s and certificate of university exemption issued by the SA Matriculation Board.
5. Candidates who studied at other universities: The documents mentioned in 2 or 3 as well as a full academic record and a certificate of good conduct issued by the university concerned.
6. If you are not a South African citizen: a valid study permit.
Please note that first-year students who have not registered on these dates and who have not obtained special permission to register late, will be charged a levy of R500.
3. Registration for senior undergraduate and postgraduate students based on the Tygerberg Campus
(See section below regarding Covid-19-preventative measures)
There are two options available for you to officially register as a senior undergraduate or postgraduate student of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences in January – February 2021.
OPTION 1: Self-registration
- Self-registration can be done from any computer with access to internet on my.sun.ac.za.
- All returning students are urged to use this option.
- The system for self-registration will be accessible from 4 January 2021 to 5 February 2021. Please ensure that you register timeously in order to access e-assessments and SunLearn.
OPTION 2: On-Campus registration
- This option is only applicable for those without access to self-registration via the internet.
- Ensure you bring along proof of payment or scholarship letter to cover the first instalment toward study fees (registration fee).
- Students with outstanding 2020 fees will not be allowed to register (with the exception of qualifying NSFAS recipients)
- The following staff are available to assist with on-campus registration
- Ms VB Joseph (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mr JE Coetzer (e-mail: email@example.com), Centre for Student Administration, 1st Floor Clinical Building, Tygerberg Campus
- or Ms Zenda Jansen (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) in Room 3008, Admin A, Stellenbosch Campus
- Postgraduate students will receive a postal registration form which they can complete and return to Mr Coetzer, Ms Joseph or Ms Jansen by e-mail. Proof of payment must be included with the postal registration forms.
4. Enquiries about admission and registration for the PhD programme:
Enquiries about admission and registration as a PhD student in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences can be directed to Dr J Chabilall (email@example.com)
5. Student fees and account enquiries
Enquiries about tuition fees payable, payment details can be directed to Ms Lésanne Matthee (firstname.lastname@example.org) or accessed via the following website
6. Student Card Enquiries
Ms Lesanne Matthee (e-mail: email@example.com) and Mr Abraham Hartzenberg (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org): Student Fees Desk, 1st floor, Clinical Building, 021 938 9208/ 9080
Telematic Student Card Enquiries:
Mr Charl Van De Rheede: Telematic Services, 021 808 9091, email@example.com
Students who are registering for telematics programmes do not have to be on any campus to register. Registration forms can be emailed to Carmen Jordaan at firstname.lastname@example.org or to Annemarie Muller at email@example.com before your first scheduled broadcast.
7. Financial Assistance available to students at the Tygerberg Campus:
We are acutely aware of the financial pressures under which South African households have to provide for student fees. We therefore continue to strive to assist, as far as possible, financially needy students who are academically deserving. Please familiarise yourself with the various categories and forms of financial assistance available.
Undergraduate financial assistance and bursary enquiries
Enquiries can be referred to the Tygerberg Campus Undergraduate Bursaries and Loans Office, Room 1043, Clinical Building if you are an undergraduate student:
Ms Noluvuyo Capsana, 021 938 9458, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Rochelle Sylvester, 021 938 9129, email@example.com
- Allowances can be disbursed to approved NSFAS recipients provided that they have passed 50% of the number of their modules and are within the minimum duration to complete their degree (that is n + 1 year for NSFAS-recipients since 2018 and n + 2 year for NSFAS-recipients prior to 2018
- A survey will be sent to NSFAS recipients within 5 working days of registration and students should immediately respond to the survey
- NSFAS allowances will be processed based on the response of the survey
Allowances of bursaries of private donors & Provincial Departments
Appointments to consult staff can be scheduled via Microsoft Teams, the contact details of the staff are as follows:
- Ms Noluvuyo Capsana, 021 938 9458, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ms Rochelle Sylvester, 021 938 9129, email@example.com
Postgraduate financial assistance and bursary enquiries
Mrs Tammy Abrahams, 021 808 3896, firstname.lastname@example.org
ENQUIRIES OFFICER: Mr Jongisizwe Ndlebe, 021 808 4208, email@example.com
8. Pre-Registration Clearance for International Students
All international students are required to provide a certified copy of supporting documentation for pre-registration clearance prior to registering for the academic program. You must email the certified documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com using your SURNAME and SU STUDENT NUMBER as a reference.
The following documentation must be emailed in order to obtain pre-registration clearance:
- Proof of valid passport (certified);
- Proof of valid study visa (certified, if applicable);
- Proof of South African medical cover (if applicable); and
- Proof of payment or scholarship letter.
An e-mail notification will be sent back to you to confirm that pre-registration has been finalized and you can then commence with registering for the academic program and the process to follow.
9. Covid-19-preventative measures include the following:
- Clean your hands often. Wash your hands with soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- Maintain a safe distance from anyone who is coughing or sneezing.
- Wear a mask at all times while on campus.
- Ensure you keep a distance of 1.5m from the next person while on campus.
- Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth.
- Cover your nose and mouth with your bent elbow or a tissue when you cough or sneeze.
- Stay home if you feel unwell.
- If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention.
- Calling in advance allows your healthcare provider to quickly direct you to the right health facility. This protects you and prevents the spread of viruses and other infections.
Masks can help prevent the spread of the virus from the person wearing the mask to others. Masks alone do not protect against COVID-19 and should be combined with physical distancing and hand hygiene. Follow the advice provided by your local health authority.
It is compulsory for students and staff of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences to use the self-developed PowerApps Daily Monitoring Tool for access at any of the SU buildings, including residences and other accommodation as well as to university transport to clinical sites. You can access the tool:
You have to show your Green Clearance GRANTED notice to security to access the campus building/s. Staff will also be required to use their access card so that the University are able to produce a list of daily attendees. Please note that visitors will be screened, and they need to fill in the visitor’s form.