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Tuition and residence fees are calculated per semester. All fees must be paid as follows, regardless of whether or not an account was received. (It is the responsibility of the student to supply the university with his/her correct contact details and to make enquiries should he/she not receive an account.)

Payment dates for South African students

First semester: all fees for the first semester are payable on/before 31 March.

Second semester: all fees for the second semester are payable on/before 31 August.

Payment dates for International students

First semester: all fees for the first semester are payable on/before 31 March.

Second semester: all fees for the second semester are payable on/before 30 June, regardless of any other date which may appear on account statements.

All other fees are payable not later than the end of the month, following the month in which the transaction took place, as indicated on the account statement, unless specifically stipulated otherwise in the regulations.

If payments are not made by the due dates

  • interest at the prime bank rate as charged by ABSA BANK + 2% will be levied on all accounts in arrears;
  • all academic records will be withheld; ·and
  • international students with outstanding fees on 1 July will not be allowed to continue with studies.

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