University of Johannesburg Admission Requirements 2022

By | June 2, 2021

University of Johannesburg Admission Requirements 2022

University of Johannesburg Admission Requirements 2022 – See Details Below:

Admission Requirements for Degree Programmes;

1.Complete High School with excellent grades

2.Achieve the required total Admission Point Score (APS) for the programme of choice

3.Achieve the required rating or APS level of each Compulsory subjects in line with faculty requirements

4.Qualify for the Matric Exemption issued by the Matriculation Board (USAF)

5.Meet all other faculty requirements i.e. Portfolio, Clinical Placements

Diploma and Certificate Programmes:

Undergraduate diplomas and certificate-seeking applicants do not Matric Exemption or an endorsement from the Matriculation Board (USAf).

Admission Requirements for Diploma and Certificate;

1.Complete High School with excellent grades

2.Achieve the required total Admission Point Score (APS) for the programme of choice

3.Achieve the required rating or APS level of each Compulsory subjects in line with faculty requirements

4.Meet all other faculty requirements i.e. Portfolio, Clinical Placements

Summary of USAF (Matriculation Board) minimum admission requirements for exemption for Bachelor Degree purposes

Complete

Number of

Minimum

Minimum

Subject Group

Notes

Exemption

Required

Qualification

Grade

Requirements

Subjects

Combination

Required

Cambridge

5

2 subjects

Students must choose ONE

More than one subject

International

at A Level

E

subject from each of Groups

can be chosen from a

A Level

I, II and III at either A Level

group provided that the

PLUS

or IGCSE/O Level. The fourth

minimum requirements

3 subjects

and fifth subjects for either

have been met.

at IGCSE/O

C

A Level or IGCSE/O Level

Level

may be taken from any of

the groups.

Cambridge

4

3 subjects at

D

Students must choose ONE

International

A Level

subject from each of Groups

A Level

PLUS

I, II and III at either A Level

or IGCSE/O Level. The fourth

C

1 subject

subject for either A Level or

at IGCSE/O

IGCSE/O Level may be taken

Level

from any of the groups.

Cambridge

5

4 subjects

3

Students must choose ONE

More than one subject

International

at AS Level

subject from Group I or II

can be chosen from a

AS Level

PLUS

and TWO subjects from two

group provided that the

of Groups III, IV and V. The

minimum requirements

1 subject

fourth and fifth subjects for

have been met.

at IGCSE/O

either AS Level or IGCSE/O

Two examination

Level

Level may be taken from any

sittings only. Where a

C

of the groups. English First

subject is not examined

Language should be offered

and passed at appropriate

in Oct/Nov session the

following or preceding

level. N.B. Two languages

June session will be

must be offered to qualify

regarded as the same

for complete exemption

sitting.

Cambridge

5

4 subjects at

3

Students must choose ONE

HIGCSE

HIGCSE

subject from Groups I or

PLUS

II and TWO subjects from

two of Groups III, IV or V.

1 subject

The fifth subject for either

at IGCSE/O

HIGCSE or IGCSE/O Level

Level

C

may be taken from any of the

groups. English Language

must be passed at HIGCSE

Level. N.B. Two languages

must be offered to qualify

for complete exemption

NSSC

5

4 subjects at

E

Students must choose ONE

Higher NSSC

subject from Groups I or

PLUS

II and TWO subjects from

two of Groups III, IV and V

1 subject

at Higher NSSC. The fifth

at NSSC

subject for either Higher

Ordinary

NSSC or NSSC Ordinary

Level

C

Level may be taken from

any of the groups. English

Language must be passed

at Higher NSSC Level with a

3. N.B. Two languages must

be offered to qualify for

complete exemption

3

 

A Level

5

2 subjects at

D

Students must choose ONE

More than one subject

AS Level

A Level

subject from each of Groups

can be chosen from a

Plus

PLUS

I, II and III at either A Level

group provided that the

LGCSE

or LGCSE, BGCSE, SGCSE

minimum requirements

BGCSE

3 subject at

Level.

have been met.

C

SGCSE

either LGCSE,

N.B. Two languages must

Two examination

BGCSE,

be offered to qualify for

sittings only. Where a

SGCSE

complete exemption

subject is not examined

OR

in Oct/Nov session the

4 subjects at

D

following or preceding

The fourth and fifth subjects

June session will be

AS Level

for either AS Level or LGCSE,

regarded as the same

PLUS

BGCSE, SGCSE Level may

sitting.

1 subject

be taken from any of the

C

groups.

at LGCSE,

N.B. Two languages must

BGCSE,

SGCSE

be offered to qualify for

complete exemption

International

5

Two Higher Level pass marks towards the International

At least 24 points

Baccalaureate

Baccalaureate Certificate as well as three Standard Level

required

pass marks provided English had been passed (pass mark

4 to 7)

American

SAT statement with Reading and Writing at a score of 610 and Mathematics at a score of 530 as

High School

part of their application for matriculation exemption.

Diploma

International

Five approved Ordinary Level Subject passes including English Language as well as completion of

General

first year of four year bachelor’s degree of local university.

Certificate

of Secondary

Education

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