Cancellation of modules
After registration has been completed, all students can freely make changes (cancellation/discontinuation of modules) by means of the self-service process, except during examination periods.

First semester: 15 February 2020, cancellation with financial credit.
No financial credit will be granted for second-semester modules and year modules discontinued from 16 February 2020.

Second semester: 15 August 2020, cancellation with financial credit.
No financial credit will be granted for second-semester modules and year modules discontinued from 16 August 2020.

Adding of modules
Once the registration period for the first semester 7 February 2020, and for the second semester on 17 July 2020, has been closed, modules (courses) can no longer be added.

The electronic process cannot be used by students who register for occasional study modules, or students who register for extended programmes. Changes must be made on campus in person. No requests via fax or email will be accepted.

  • Requests must not be submitted to lecturers / at departments (except in cases where the department concerned is responsible for such registrations).
  • Requests via mail/fax/email/telephone will not be accepted.

Checking of registration
Students must ensure that they are registered correctly on or before the last day allowed for changes (first semester: 7 February 2020; second semester: 27 July 2020) to avoid financial complications or problems with their bursaries.

Uncompleted/discontinued modules registered for a specific year cannot be carried over to the next year, and a new registration process must be followed.

Corrections/changes/discontinuation of your registration can be done on the self-service platform. Please click here for access to the self-service platform in Oracle PeopleSoft.

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