University of Johannesburg Fees Structure 2022

By | June 2, 2021

University of Johannesburg Fees Structure 2022

University of Johannesburg Fees Structure 2022 – See Details Below:

STUDENT FEES 2022

dissertation or thesis

R900.00

Tuition fees

Tuition fees are determined yearly per module, except in the case of dissertations or thesis where fees are levied per semester per degree program until such time as the dissertation or thesis is lodged in its final form at the faculty concerned.

See Also: University of Johannesburg Registration Date

5.1Undergraduate students from foreign countries

5.1.1Tuition fees are payable as follows:

An upfront payment of 30% of tuition fees to be paid at registration.

65% of the tuition fees to be paid by 30 April.

100% of the tuition fees to be paid by 31 July.

The University will offer a 5% discount should all fees be paid at registration.

In addition to normal tuition fee, all students are liable to pay the non-refundable ICT levy, the registration fee and the non-refundable international levy as follows:

SADC & African Countries: Non-refundable ICT levy and registration fee plus normal tuition fees plus non-refundable international levy of R2 000.00

Other countries: Non-refundable ICT levy and registration fee plus normal tuition fees plus non-refundable international levy of R17 000.00

SADC & African countries: Non-degree purposes/occasional/

practical training: non-refundable ICT levy and registration fee plus normal tuition fees plus a non-refundable international levy of R2 000.00

Other Countries: Non-degree purposes/occasional/practical

training: non-refundable ICT levy and registration fee plus normal tuition fees plus a non-refundable international levy of R8 000.00

All countries: Extracurricular/short courses and non-subsidized

courses): non-refundable ICT levy and registration fee plus normal tuition fees plus a non-refundable international levy of R1 000.00

Affiliate students: Non-refundable ICT levy and registration fee plus normal tuition fees plus non-refundable international levy of R2 000.00

Asylum seekers/Refugees/Diplomat students: Remission of International levy.

Study Abroad R33 000.00

Free moving/ fee-paying Island Programmes R33 000.00

Short Learning Programmes Exchange Students R17 000.00

Description Undergraduate average costs 
(South African Rand = ZAR)
 Postgraduate average costs
(South African Rand = ZAR) ​​
1. Tuition  R102,280 – R110,330 R14,634 – R171,158
2. International Registration Fee (IRF) (Inclusive in Tuition Fee) R4,570
3. Books and Stationery R900 – R3,000 R1,000 – R4,000
4. Equipment / Fieldwork R800 – R3,000 R800 – R5,000
5. Accommodation R22,784 – R59,915 R22,784 – R59,915
6. SA Medical Aid R4,200 – R10,000 R4,200 – R10,000
7. Food  R14,000 – R20,000 R14,000 – R20,000
8. Living Expenses R6,000 – R12,000 R6,000 – R12,000

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