NMMU Application Fee

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NMMU Application Fee

NMMU Application Fee

Nelson Mandela University is a well-respected institution located in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, that offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs across various disciplines. As with many universities, there is an application fee that must be paid when applying for admission.

The Nelson Mandela University application fee is a non-refundable fee that is charged to individuals who apply for admission to the university. The application fee covers the cost of processing the application, including administrative expenses such as application processing and evaluation, academic records review, and other related services.

It’s important to note that the application fee must be paid before the application can be processed. In some cases, the fee may be waived for applicants who can demonstrate financial need or who are applying for certain types of scholarships or bursaries. NMMU Application Fee

READ: Online Application To NMMU

How Much Is the Application Fee?

No application fee is required for South African citizens, but there is an application fee for International Students.

Please note an application fee of R500.00 needs to be submitted with all applications. You may pay your application fee by bank transfer or online credit card payment.


Use the banking details below to pay your application fee only:

  • Account Name: Nelson Mandela University – Main
  • Bank Name: Standard Bank
  • Bank Address: Rink Street, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
  • Internet Banking Code: 051001
  • Account Number: 080263011
  • Bank Swift Code: SBZA ZAJJ
  • Reference: 5350 4605 & Student Name

Please email a copy of the deposit slip to: intfees@mandela.ac.za


Online credit card payments may be made via the following secured link ONLY if you have applied to Nelson Mandela University via the online process.

Alternatively, if you are unable to apply online, send your application form to intfees@mandela.ac.za, with the subject: “Process application for online payment”.  We will allocate a student number so you may make your payment online. Please email a copy of the deposit slip to: intfees@mandela.ac.za

READ:NMMU Admissions Status

NMU Application Date

Prospective undergraduate, postgraduate and international students who wish to join Nelson Mandela University in 2025 are invited to apply online on the official website of the university.

To ensure adequate time for application, processing and planning by the university and yourself, online applications for early admission in 2024 should be submitted by:

  • 30 June 2024 for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB).
  • 30 June 2024 for Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) and Bachelor of Radiography (Diagnostic) applications.
  • 02 August 2024 for early applications (excluding MBChB, BPharm & BRad)
  • 30 September 2024 for late applications (excluding MBChB, BPharm & BRad)
  • 30 September 2024 for international student applications (excluding MBChB, BPharm & BRad)
  • International student applications (excluding MBChB & BRad): 30 September 2024

READ: Online Registration NMMU

How do I apply to Nelson Mandela University?

Follow the steps below to apply for admission at NMMU;

  • First, you have to make sure that you meet the admission requirements of the programme you wish to apply for.
  • Obtain a copy of the undergraduate programme guide or Z-Card to assist you in making an informed choice.
  • As soon as you know what you want to study and that you meet the admission requirements, you can apply online (https://applyonline.mandela.ac.za/).
  • You must submit your application form together with ALL the relevant supporting documentation before the initial closing date.
  • All prospective applicants will be notified by SMS and e-mail of the outcome of their application.

Required Documents To Apply At NMMU

  • Applicants are required to upload the following documents to apply for admissions at NMMU;
  • A certified copy of your identity document (ID document compulsory for SA Citizens). You may also provide your ID number or serial number that appears on your birth certificate.
  • A certified copy of your latest school results (grade 11 final, or grade 12 June/September results, or final school leaving certificate). No grade 12 March results.
  • Declaration by your parent / legal guardian/surety form (form downloaded from our website),
  • A certified copy of your parent / legal guardian/surety’s identity document (ID);
  • Completed disability assessment form (if applicable).
  • Proof of your current residential / home or postal address;

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For more information on Nelson Mandela University click here. We do hope this article was helpful. You can ask your question in the comment section.


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