Once the application and supporting documentation have been received by Admissions, your details will be captured and the application referred to the faculty. The faculty staff will in turn check the documents submitted and, if admission criteria have been met, send a memo to the HOD/Programme Convenor enclosing the supporting documentation for consideration.
Decisions to accept or refuse applicants are made by departments but will be conveyed to you by the faculty. You will receive a letter from the faculty advising you of the outcome in due course, but do take into consideration that final results are needed before departments can make decisions and in some instances, the decision will be deferred until undergraduate and honours results are supplied.
Applicants are required to have a Bachelor's degree in the relevant discipline or equivalent qualification. Admission through the recognition of prior learning is possible in appropriate circumstances. Such admission is processed and decided in terms of the RPL policy and must be supported by the HOD and approved by the Director: Postgraduate Studies and Funding . The HOD communicates his decision to the Faculty Office who will inform the applicant
All South African and permanent resident students: Collect your registration form at the appropriate registration venue.
All new and returning foreign students, including both SADC and non-SADC, must pre-register at IAPO (Masingene Building , Middle Campus) producing a valid study permit and providing proof that they have paid their tuition fee costs.
Students with fee debts must produce a fee clearance letter prior to registration. These are obtainable from the Fees Office and must be brought to the registration venue.