Undergraduate

Registration

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Registration is the process in which students receive academic advice, select their preferred courses and enrol onto them. This process occurs once at the beginning of each academic year. Registration is compulsory for all students (both new and returning); you must register in person (unless the faculty has communicated otherwise), and you are obliged to register before the end of the registration period.

Dates for the 2021 Humanities registration period will be released on the UCT Registration page once finalised.

Should you miss your designated registration slot you will require permission of the Deputy Dean of Undergraduate Affairs to register for the academic year and you will be charged a late registration fee. If you feel that you had a valid reason for registering late, you may appeal the late registration fee by completing an Application for Waiver of Late Registration Penalty form and submitting it (with relevant attachments) to the listed email address.

If you are new to UCT this year, you will be briefed about the registration process during Orientation. Please see details on the Humanities Orientation page.

For more information on the registration process, please see the Humanities Student Guide

 

 

 

 

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