www.uj online application.ac.za 2023

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www.uj online application.ac.za 2023-2024

www.uj online application.ac.za 2023
The University of Johannesburg, UJ Online Application for the 2023-2024 Academic year is open from 1 April 2022 to 31 October 2022. Therefore only after the opening date can potential applicants submit an application to study at UJ for 2023.

UNDERGRADUATE APPLICATION AND CLOSING DATE FOR 2023

Applications open on 1 April of the year preceding the year of intended study and close on 31 October. You may apply online by clicking on the following link; https://www.uj.ac.za/apply; should you encounter difficulties when attempting to submit your application online, kindly send an e-mail to tshepangm@uj.ac.za

Please Note: All applicants are advised to please not to send cash through the mail or leave documents and cash with any unauthorized persons.

ALL INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS ARE TO TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING

  • Submit a completed application form with supporting documents
  • Final School results
  • Valid Passport ID or Birth Certificate
  • Sworn English Translation of documents (Documents issued in any Language other than English)
  • Provide proof of a non –  refundable Application Fee of R200.00
  • Provide proof of English Proficiency where English was not used as a medium of learning and teaching (the University prefers the applicant to take the IELTS at an overall score of 6 and TOEFL at an average score of 80–104 for Undergraduate programmes) Alternatively, you may elect to write the University of Johannesburg English Language Programme Test (UJELP).  Should you choose to write the University of Johannesburg English Language Programme Test (UJELP), Mr. Malibongwe Masango will be the contact person for UJELP. Mr Masango is contactable on +27 (0) 11 559 4265 or mmasango@uj.ac.za
  • In case both first and second choices were unsuccessful, the International Admissions office will offer an international applicant an alternative choice option when meeting the requirements

Should you require on-campus accommodation, please submit a completed residence application form at the same time you apply to study at UJ

Applicants who are attending or have attended a University within or outside the Republic of South Africa must submit an academic transcript that covers the period of study, especially if they intend on being granted exemption from modules or courses at the University.

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Degree-seeking students

In order to study for a South African degree applicants are required to have achieved a South African National Senior Certificate with a degree endorsement. All International applicants with high school qualifications achieved outside of the Republic of South Africa require a certificate of exemption from the Matriculation Board of South Africa for admission into undergraduate studies. The following supporting documents must be submitted to the Matriculation Board at the address provided below;

  • Form M30 (this form can be downloaded on the Matriculation Board website https://mb.usaf.ac.za)
  • Correctly certified copies of the applicant’s educational qualifications certified by a South African High Commission, Consulate, Trade Mission, or a Public Notary in your home country
  • A correctly certified copy of your passport or birth certificate certified by a South African High Commission, Consulate, Trade Mission or a Public Notary in your home country
  • Sworn English Translation of documents (Documents issued in any Language other than English)
  • Exemption fee as determined by the Matriculation Board ( see website https://mb.usaf.ac.za)
  • Submit proof of payment for the Exemption fee of R562 payable to the banking details below

POSTGRADUATE APPLICATION AND CLOSING DATE FOR 2023

Applications open on 1 April of the year preceding the year of intended study and close on 30 September 2022 for Honours and Coursework Masters. Research Master and Ph.D. closing 31 October 2022.

You may apply online at www.uj.ac.za and follow a link to study @UJ to either to apply online or you may download the application form, which should either be submitted to the Student Enrolment Centre or mailed to the University. Online applicants are exempted from paying an application fee, whereas hardcopy applicants are expected to pay a non-refundable application fee of R200.

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ALL INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS ARE TO TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING

Submit a completed application form with supporting documents :

  • If you are a current student still to complete a pre-requisite qualification or your Final academic transcript if studies have been completed.
  • Valid Passport or Identity Document.
  • Sworn English Translation of documents (Documents issued in any Language other than English)
  • Provide proof of a non –  refundable Application Fee of R200.00 (only hardcopy application)
  • Provide proof of English Proficiency where English was not used as a medium of lecturing (the University prefers the applicant to take the IELTS at an overall score of 7 and TOEFL at an average score of 105–120 for Postgraduate programmes) Alternatively, you may elect to write the University of Johannesburg English Language Programme Test (UJELP).  Should you choose to write the University of Johannesburg English Language Programme Test (UJELP), Mr Malibongwe Masango will be the contact person for UJELP. Mr Masango is contactable on +27 (0) 11 559 4265 or mmasango@uj.ac.za

Applicants who are attending or have attended a University within or outside the Republic of South Africa must submit an academic transcript that covers the period of study to allow the assessment of the application for postgraduate studies.

UNIVERSITY FEES

Fees generally increase between 5 and 10 percent per year. Please contact the University in November 2022 to obtain the final fees for the 2021 academic year.

Please Note: All accepted International applicants are required by the Department of Home Affairs to provide proof of available funds for the full tuition fee of the academic year and proof of Medical Aid administered in South Africa paid for a full academic year of study prior to receiving their study visa.

All privately (i.e. Self, Parent/s or Guardian) funded international students are required to pay their tuition and residence fees (on-campus residences) as follows:

  • An upfront payment of 30% of tuition and residence fees must be paid before or at registration.
  • 35% of the tuition and residence fees are to be paid by 30 April.
  • 35% of the tuition and residence fees are to be paid by 31 July.

The University will offer a 5% discount should the full fees be paid before or at registration.

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