University of Stellenbosch Postgraduate Fees 2022

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University of Stellenbosch Postgraduate Fees 2022

University of Stellenbosch Postgraduate Fees 2022 – See Details Below:

FEES

The purpose of this section is to give you an indication of the fees linked to the University’s full-time postgraduate degree programme offering. In the tabs below (starting with “Tuition Fees”), please note that international students have to consider Tuition fees, the International Registration Fee, International Tuition Fee and Service fees to calculate their total fees, whilst South African students only consider Tuition Fees. Living Expenses are only advisory and do not constitute an exact budget.

Details regarding study fees may be found in the Calendar. Click here to view Part 3 of the University Calender 2019  which deals with Student Fees. In order to get a detailed breakdown of fees (quotation), request a Provisional Quotation below.

Academic fees for international students consist of four components:

  • Tuition fees as payable by South African students;
  • International Registration Fee (IRF) payable annually by all non-South African students;
  • International Tuition Fee, an additional fixed amount charged annually at registration for the duration of an academic programme;
  • Service fees for academic related services and consumable items (also payable by South Africa students, but  International Students pay for these in advance).

You can either pay at the university cashiers (credit card payment is possible) once you are in Stellenbosch, or you can transfer the money from your home country.

Students wishing to estimate fees and budget for the academic year, may follow the links below. This will enable you to generate a statement of provisional fees.

Student fees section at Tygerberg Campus

Administrative Office (student fees enquiries)

Ms L Matthee

021 938 9208

Mr A Hartzenberg

021 938 9080

Office hours for enquiries:

Office hours for payments at cashiers:

Mondays to Fridays, 08:00 to 16:30 Mondays to Fridays, 08:00 to 15:30

1.1.5Student fees section at Bellville Park Campus

Administrative Office

Ms S van Zyl

021 918 4209

MBA

Ms L Meyer

021 918 4192

MPA

Ms C Maclons

021 918 4256

MPhil in Development Finance

Ms C Lategan

021 918 4257

MPhil in Management Coaching

Ms M Koopman

021 918 4269

Postgraduate Diploma in Leadership

Development and Postgraduate Diploma in

Financial Planning

Ms A Appolis

021 918 4205

PhD

Ms E Sonnenberg

021 918 4254

Postgraduate Diploma in Business Manage-

ment and Administration

Ms O Mesias

021 918 4150

Postgraduate Diploma in Project Management

Ms

M de Villiers-

021 918 4203

MPhil and Postgraduate Diploma in Future

Kleinhans

Studies

Ms J Rossouw

021 918 4206

Postgraduate Diploma in Development

Finance

Office hours for enquiries:

Mondays to Fridays, 08:00 to 16:30

Office hours for payments at cashiers:

Mondays to Fridays, 08:00 to 12:45 and

13:45 to 15:30

Student Fees

2.ESTIMATED STUDY FEES FOR UNDERGRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

2.1Estimated study fees per faculty

2.1.1 AGRISCIENCES

a) Estimated study fees per undergraduate programme

∙ In the table below, the estimated study fees per undergraduate programme for 2019 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

∙ Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at http://www.maties.com; click on “Fees” and select “Provisional statement of fees (quotation)”

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

BSc in Food Science

R48 157

BSc Forestry and Wood Science

R45 844

BScAgric

R45 211

b) Estimated study fees per postgraduate programme

∙ In the table below, the estimated study fees per postgraduate programme for 2019 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

∙ Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at

http://www0.sun.ac.za/pgstudies/fees.html

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

Postgraduate Diploma Programmes

PGDip (Agronomy)

R44 216

Honours Programmes

BScHons

R47 855

Student Fees

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

Master’s Programmes

MScAgric

R17 350

MSc in Food Science

R17 350

All years of registration per annum

All years of registration per

annum

MAgricAdmin

R17 350

MSc in Conservation Ecology

R17 350

All years of registration per annum

All years of registration per

annum

MSc Forestry and Wood Science

R17 350

MSc

R17 350

All years of registration per annum

All years of registration per

annum

Doctoral Programmes

PhD (Agric); PhD (For); PhD

R14 097

PhD (Agric) (Part-time)

R9 749

(Full-time)

All years of registration per

All years of registration per annum

annum

DSc

R14 097

All years of registration per annum

2.1.2ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

a)Estimated study fees per undergraduate programme

In the table below, the estimated study fees per undergraduate programme for 2019 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at http://www.maties.com; click on “Fees” and select “Provisional statement of fees (quotation)”

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

BA

R42 019

BMus

R45 408

BA (Law)

R49 741

BA in Visual Arts

R38 901

BA in Drama and Theatre

R40 370

B in Social Work

R41 663

Studies

Student Fees

b)Estimated study fees per postgraduate programme

In the table below, the estimated study fees per postgraduate programme for 2018 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at http://www0.sun.ac.za/pgstudies/fees.html

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

Postgraduate Diploma Programmes

PGDip in Social Science Methods

R37 065

PGDip in Monitoring and

R42 091

PGDip in Intercultural

R37 655

Evaluation

Communication

Honours Programmes

BAHons (English Studies)

R37 415

BAHons

R44 731

(Drama and Theatre Studies)

BAHons (Ancient Languages)

R37 485

BAHons (Afrikaans and Dutch)

R37 873

BAHons (Political Science)

R37 445

BAHons (Psychology)

R31 063

BAHons (Journalism)

R47 587

BAHons (Geography and

R43 863

Environmental Studies)

BAHons (Geographical

R43 399

BAHons (Translation)

R36 794

Information Systems)

BAHons African Languages

R10 055

BAHons African Languages

R11 992

(Part-time)

(Part-time)

First year of registration

Second year of registration

Master’s Programmes

From 2019, the following applies to all new

Below follows the continuation fees for

registrations for 180-credit research modules

180-credit thesis options. These fees are

and

for programmes with research modules

only for the second and further registrations

with a credit value of ≥ 90-credits (except

in 2019, after first registration in 2018 or

Dept. African Languages):

earlier.

A new fees structure is introduced for first

Compile a quotation at the above-mentioned

registrations, with the same amount per

web address for the amounts for structured

annum (with annual increment) for all

options.

years of study allowed.

Below follows the average fees for 180-

credit thesis options.

Compile a quotation at the above-

mentioned web address for the amounts

for structured options.

Student Fees

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

MA

R20 667

MA

R7 444

All years of registration

Second year and further

registration per annum

M in Social Work

R20 667

M in Social Work

R7 754

All years of registration

Second year and further

registration per annum

MA in Visual Arts

R20 667

MA in Visual Arts

R7 444

All years of registration

Second year and further

registration per annum

MMus

R20 667

MMus

R7 444

All years of registration

Second year and further

registration per annum

MA in Geography and

R20 667

MA in Geography and

R7 523

Environmental Studies

Environmental Studies

All years of registration

Second year and further

registration per annum

Doctoral Programmes

PhD

R20 376

PhD

R5 611

First two years of registration

Third year and further

per annum

registration per annum

2.1.3ECONOMIC AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES

a)Estimated study fees per undergraduate programme

In the table below, the estimated study fees per undergraduate programme for 2019 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at

http://www.maties.com; click on “Fees” and select “Provisional statement of fees (quotation)”

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

BCom

R43 972

BCom (Actuarial Science)

R62 869

BCom (Law)

R52 263

BAccLLB

R54 669

BAcc I

R46 420

BAcc II

R52 135

BAcc III

R49 777

Student Fees

b)Estimated study fees per postgraduate programme

In the table below, the estimated study fees per postgraduate programme for 2019 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at http://www0.sun.ac.za/pgstudies/fees.html

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

Postgraduate Diploma Programmes

PGDip (Leadership

R105 260

PGDip (Business Management

R90 057

Development)

and Administration)

PGDip (Development Finance)

R102 512

PGDip (Futures Studies)

R90 733

PGDip in Marketing

R42

748

First year of registration

PGDip (Project Management)

R59

998

PGDip (Project Management)

R59 998

First year of registration

Second year of registration

PGDip (Financial Planning)

R52

885

Honours Programmes

BComHons

R41

644

BAccHons

R39 882

Master’s Programmes

MCom (full thesis option)

R28

825

MCom (full thesis option)

R9 608

First year of registration

Second year of registration

MCom (full thesis option)

R28

825

Third year and further

registration per annum

MCom (lectured option) (can

R37 500

MCom (lectured option) (can

One third of

differ according to assignment’s

differ according to assignment’s

the price of

credit total)

credit total)

assignment

Full cost of programme

Second year of assignment

in 1st year

registration

MCom (lectured option)

The

same

Assignment: Third year and

price as for

1st year of

further registration per annum

registration

for

thesis

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Student Fees

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

option

MAcc

R28 825

MAcc

R9 608

First year of registration

Second year of registration

MAcc

R28 825

Third year and further

registration per annum

MPhil (Development Finance)

R83 683

MPhil (Development Finance)

R83 668

First year of registration

Second year of registration

MPhil (Management Coaching)

R94 274

MPhil (Management Coaching)

R115 044

First year of registration

Second year of registration

MPhil (Future Studies)

R88 150

MPhil (Future Studies)

R70 512

First year of registration

Second year of registration

MBA Full-time

R322 034

First year of registration

MBA Modular/Mixed

R121 522

MBA Modular/Mixed

R200 514

First year of registration

Second year of registration

Doctoral Programmes

Doctoral students with first registration in 2018 or after 2018. Fees for years after 2019 are quoted without annual % increase.

PhD (general)

R21

227 for every year registered until

completion of programme.

PhD (USB)

R44

620 (1st year), R44 620 (2nd year), 3rd

year (R5 626), and 4th year onwards the PhD

(general) fee is applicable.

PhD (Development Finance)

R68

015 (1st year), R44 620 (2nd year), 3rd

year (R5 626), and 4th year onwards, the PhD

(general) fee is applicable.

PhD (SPL)

R28

966 (1st year), and 2nd year onwards the

PhD (general) fee is applicable.

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Student Fees

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

Doctoral Programmes

The following study fees is applicable for students with first-year registration prior 2018. Please take note that from 2021 onwards, ALL students will have to pay the fees as for the above 2018 student fee structure.

PhD (general)

R5 611

Third year of registration and

further registration per annum,

until (and including) 2021.

PhD (at the USB)

R5 626

Business Management and

Admin; Futures Studies

Third year and further

registration per annum, until

(and including) 2021.

PhD (at the USB)

R5 626

Development Finance

Third and further registration

per annum, until (and including)

2021.

2.1.4EDUCATION

a)Estimated study fees per undergraduate programme

In the table below, the estimated study fees per undergraduate programme for 2019 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at

http://www.maties.com; click on “Fees” and select “Provisional statement of fees (quotation)”

Programme

Amount

BEd (Intermediate Phase)

R44 596

BEd (Foundation Phase)

R41 598

Student Fees

b)Estimated study fees per postgraduate programme

In the table below, the estimated study fees per postgraduate programme for 2019 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at http://www0.sun.ac.za/pgstudies/fees.html

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

Postgraduate Diploma and Certificate Programmes

Postgraduate Diploma in Higher

R24 226

Postgraduate Diploma in Higher

R8 888

Education (Teaching and Learning)

Education (Teaching and

First year of registration

Learning)

Second

year of registration

Postgraduate Certificate in

R32 574

Education (PGCE)

First year of registration

Honours Programmes

BEdHons

R45 099

Master’s Programmes

From 2019, the following applies to all new

Only for second and further regis-

registrations for 180-credit research modules

trations in 2019, after first registration in

and for programmes with research modules with

2018 or earlier:

a credit value of < 180:

Current master’s postgraduate students,

A new fees structure is introduced for first

continuing study in 2019, will be levied

registrations, with the same

amount per

according to the current tuition fee structure

as for

2018, with

the applicable

re-

annum (with annual increment) for all years

registration levy only for subsequent years

of study allowed.

(with the annual fee

increase),

until

they

Below

follows the average fees

for 180-

complete their degree, provided that they

credit

thesis options (research),

and for

complete their degree within the prescribed

structured programmesMPhil, MEd and

period. The student will

MEdPsych

∙ have two years to finish the degree at

the levy applicable for 2018, with the

annual increase;

∙ thereafter be levied according to the

new structure; thus with effect 2021.

Student Fees

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

MEd Thesis

R21 272

MEd Thesis

R6 887

All years of registration per annum,

Second year and further years

from first registration in 2019

of registration per annum, until

(and including) 2021

Structured programmes:

R20 878

MEd (Structured) and MPhil

R8 245

MEd, MPhil and MEdPsych

(Structured)

All years of registration per annum,

Second year and further years

from first registration in 2019

of registration per annum, until

(and including) 2021

MEd (Structured) and MPhil

R18 179

(Structured)

Third year and further regis-

tration per annum, until (and

including) 2021

MEdPsych (Structured)

R21 460

Second year of registration per

annum, until (and including)

2021

MEdPsych

R7 066

Third year and further years of

registration per annum, until

(and including) 2021

Doctoral Programmes

PhD

R25 492

PhD

R5 611

First two years of registration per

Third year and further regis-

annum

tration per annum

Student Fees

2.1.5ENGINEERING

a)Estimated study fees per undergraduate programme

In the table below, the estimated study fees per undergraduate programme for 2019 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at

http://www.maties.com; click on “Fees” and select “Provisional statement of fees (quotation)”

Programme

Amount

BEng (All programmes). Includes only study fees, programme

R57 960

costs and module costs.

b)Estimated study fees per postgraduate programme

In the table below, the estimated study fees per postgraduate programme for 2019 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

Please note that as from 2021 no distinction will be made between full- time and part-time postgraduate students in terms of study fees. All full- time and part-time students pay the same amount, as indicated for full- time study.

Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at http://www0.sun.ac.za/pgstudies/fees.html.

Fixed tuition fees

Amount

Plus

Variable tuition fees

Amount

Postgraduate Diploma Programmes

PDE (120 credits) (Full-time) – After the second year, students must apply for readmission to the programme.

Fixed tuition fees per annum

R27 008

plus

Variable tuition fees

R310

First three years of registration

Cost per module credit taken

per annum

Fixed tuition fees per annum

R29 709

plus

Variable tuition fees

R310

Fourth year of registration if

Cost per module credit taken

readmitted

per annum

Fixed tuition fees per annum

R32 679

plus

Variable tuition fees

R310

Fifth year of registration if

Cost per module credit taken

readmitted

per annum

Student Fees

Fixed tuition fees

Amount

Plus

Variable tuition fees

Amount

Fixed tuition fees per annum

R35 947

plus

Variable tuition fees

R310

Sixth year of registration if

Cost per module credit taken

readmitted

per annum

PDE (120 credits) (Part-time) – After the third year, students must apply for readmission to the programme.

Fixed tuition fees per annum

R27 008

plus

Variable tuition fees

R310

First two years of registration

Cost per module credit taken

per annum

Fixed tuition fees per annum

R29 709

plus

Variable tuition fees

R310

Third and fourth year of

Cost per module credit taken

registration if readmitted

per annum

Fixed tuition fees per annum

R32 679

plus

Variable tuition fees

R310

Fifth year of registration if

Cost per module credit taken

readmitted

per annum

Fixed tuition fees per annum

R35 947

plus

Variable tuition fees

R310

Sixth year of registration if

Cost per module credit taken

readmitted

per annum

Master’s Programmes

MEng (Structured) (180 credits) (Full-time)

After the second year, students must apply for readmission to the programme.

Fixed tuition fees per annum

R27 008

plus

Variable tuition fees

R310

First two years of registration

Cost per module credit taken

per annum

Fixed tuition fees per annum

R29 709

plus

Variable tuition fees

R310

Third year of registration if

Cost per module credit taken

readmitted

per annum

Fixed tuition fees per annum

R32 679

plus

Variable tuition fees

R310

Fourth year of registration if

Cost per module credit taken

readmitted

per annum

Fixed tuition fees per annum

R35 947

plus

Variable tuition fees

R310

Fifth year and further years of

Cost per module credit taken

registration per annum if

per annum

readmitted

Student Fees

Fixed tuition fees

Amount

Plus

Variable tuition fees

Amount

MEng (Structured) (180 credits) (Part-time)

After the third year, students must apply for readmission to the programme.

Fixed tuition fees per annum

R27 008

plus

Variable tuition fees

R310

First three years of registration

Cost per module credit taken

per annum

Fixed tuition fees per annum

R29 709

plus

Variable tuition fees

R310

Fourth year of registration if

Cost per module credit taken

readmitted

per annum

Fixed tuition fees per annum

R32 697

plus

Variable tuition fees

R310

Fifth year of registration if

Cost per module credit taken

readmitted

per annum

Fixed tuition fees per annum

R35 947

plus

Variable tuition fees

R310

Sixth year and further years of

Cost per module credit taken

registration per annum if

per annum

readmitted

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

Master’s Programmes

MEng (Research) (Full-time) / MScEng (Full-time)

After the second year, students must apply for readmission to the programme.

First two years of registration per

R27 008

Third year of registration if

R29 709

annum

readmitted

Fourth year of registration if

R32 679

Fifth year and further years

R35 947

readmitted

of registration if readmitted

MEng (Research) (Part-time) / MScEng (Part-time)

After the fifth year, students must apply for readmission to the programme.

First year of registration

R27 008

Second, third and fourth year

R14 554

of registration per annum

Fifth year of registration

R16 009

Sixth year and further years

R27 008

of registration per annum if

readmitted

Student Fees

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

Doctoral Programmes

PhD (Eng); DEng (Full-time)

After the fourth year, students must apply for readmission to the programme.

First three years of registration

R24 701

Fourth year of registration

R27 170

per annum

Fifth year and further years of

R29 887

registration per annum if readmitted

PhD (Eng); DEng (Part-time)

After the seventh year, students must apply for readmission to the programme.

First year of registration

R24 701

Second to fourth year of

R13 400

registration per annum

Fifth year of registration

R14 739

Sixth year of registration

R16 214

Seventh year of registration

R17 834

Eighth year of registration if

R24 701

readmitted

2.1.6LAW

a)Estimated study fees per undergraduate programme

In the table below, the estimated study fees per undergraduate programme for 2019 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at

http://www.maties.com; click on “Fees” and select “Provisional statement of fees (quotation)”

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

LLB (Undergraduate)

R49 337

LLB (Postgraduate)

R44 066

Four-year programme

(2 years), as second B degree

First year of registration

LLB (Postgraduate)

R51 812

(3 years), as second B degree

First year of registration

Student Fees

b)Estimated study fees per postgraduate programme

In the table below, the estimated study fees per postgraduate programme for 2019 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at http://www0.sun.ac.za/pgstudies/fees.html

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

Postgraduate Diploma Programmes

PGDip (Tax Law)

R16 775

PGDip (Tax Law)

R16 775

First year of registration

Second year of registration

Master’s Programmes

LLM (Thesis)

R28 521

LLM (Thesis)

R7 444

First year of registration

Second year and further

registration per annum

LLM (Structured) (180 credits)

R56 577

LLM (Structured) (180 credits)

R57 016

First registration from 2012

First registration from 2012

First year of registration

First year of registration

(Private Law, Mercantile Law,

(International Trade Law)

Public Law)

LLM (Structured) (180 credits)

R55 933

Labour Law

First year of registration

Doctoral Programmes

Doctoral students in the system after 2018, for years 2019 and onwards; the onwards part quoted without annual percentage increase.

LLD

R5 611

LLD

R12 552

Third year of registration

Fourth year of registration

LLD

R13 807

Sixth year of registration

R15 189

Fifth year of registration

Cost structure for new intake of doctoral students in 2019, for years 2019 and onwards; the onwards part quoted without annual percentage increase.

LLD

R23 166

LLD

R21 060

First year of registration

Second year of registration

Student Fees

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

LLD

R11 411

LLD

R12 522

Third year of registration

Fourth year of registration

LLD

R13 807

LLD

R15 189

Fifth year of registration

Sixth year of registration

2.1.7MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES

a)Estimated study fees per undergraduate programme

In the table below, the estimated study fees per undergraduate programme for 2019 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at

http://www.maties.com; click on “Fees” and select “Provisional statement of fees (quotation)”

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

MB,ChB I

R64 692

MB,ChB II

R64 692

MB,ChB III

R63 462

MB,ChB IV

R61 815

MB,ChB V

R79 363

MB,ChB VI

R63 065

B of Speech-Language and

R45 764

B of Occupational Therapy

R49 932

Hearing Therapy

BSc in Physiotherapy

R48 691

BSc Dietetics

R48 869

b)Estimated study fees per postgraduate programme

In the table below, the estimated study fees per postgraduate programme for 2019 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at http://www0.sun.ac.za/pgstudies/fees.html

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

Honours Programmes

BScHons

R32 215

BScHons (Sport Science)

R34 674

BScHons (Sport Science)

R14 743

First year of registration

Second year of registration

Student Fees

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

Master’s Programmes

MSc (Structured)

R14 742

MSc (Structured)

R25 059

First year of registration

Second year of registration

MSc (Thesis)

R32 609

MSc (Thesis)

R6 497

First year of registration

Second and third year of

registration per annum

MSc (Thesis)

R12 994

Fourth year and further

registration per annum

M in Sport Science)

R30 016

MSc (Sport Science)

R7 444

First year of registration

Second and further years of

registration

MPhil (Speciality: Cardiology,

R16 916

MPhil (Speciality: Cardiology,

R12 775

Gastroenterology and Hepat,

Gastroenterology and Hepat,

Nephrology, Pulmonology,

Nephrology, Pulmonology,

Rheumatology)

Rheumatology)

First year of registration

Second year of registration

MPhil (Speciality: Cardiology,

R6 848

MPhil (Speciality: Cardiology,

R15 750

Gastroenterology and Hepat,

Gastroenterology and Hepat,

Nephrology, Pulmonology,

Nephrology, Pulmonology,

Rheumatology)

Rheumatology)

Third year of registration

Fourth year of registration

MPhil (Thesis)

R32 609

MPhil (Thesis)

R6 497

First year of registration

Second year of registration

MPhil (Thesis)

R6 497

MPhil (Thesis)

R12 994

Third year of registration

Fourth to sixth year of

registration per annum

MMed (Four- and Five-year)

R20 796

MMed (Four- and Five-year)

R20 796

First year of registration

Second year of registration

MMed (Four- and Five-year)

R6 261

Third year and further

registration per annum

Student Fees

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

Doctoral Programmes

DSc; PhD; DScMedSc

R30 705

DSc; PhD; DScMedSc

R15 600

First year of registration

Second registration

DSc; PhD; DScMedSc

R4 667

DSc; PhD; DScMedSc

R9 335

Third to fifth year of registration

Sixth year of registration and

onward registrations

2.1.8SCIENCE

a)Estimated study fees per undergraduate programme

In the table below, the estimated study fees per undergraduate programme for 2019 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at

http://www.maties.com; click on “Fees” and select “Provisional statement of fees (quotation)”.

Programme

Amount

BSc

R50 100

b)Estimated study fees per postgraduate programme

In the table below, the estimated study fees per postgraduate programme for 2018 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

Students can compile a more specific and detailed quote at http://www0.sun.ac.za/pgstudies/fees.html

Please note that these study fees are mainly for programmes offered in the Faculty of Science.

For the study fees of BScHons, MSc, PhD and DSc programmes with majors presented by other faculties, including Geography and Environmental Study B (and related fields of study), students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at http://www0.sun.ac.za/pgstudies/fees.html The list of relevant programmes above and in the table below is not necessarily complete.

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

Honours Programmes

BScHons (120 credits)

R42 758

BScHons (128 credits)

R45 417

Student Fees

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

Master’s Programmes

After two years of full-time MSc studies, students must reapply for continuation of studies. After three years of part-time MSc studies, students must reapply for continuation of studies.

MSc (Full-time)

R17 022

MSc (Part-time)

R17 022

First year of registration

First year of registration

MSc (Full-time)

R16 444

MSc (Part-time)

R16 444

Second year of registration

Second year of registration

MSc (Full-time)

R14 436

MSc (Part-time)

R14 436

Third year of registration

Third year of registration

MSc Geoinformatics and MSc Geography and Environmental Study B:

From 2019, the following applies to all

Below follows the continuation fees of 180-

new registrations for 180-credit research

credit thesis options. These fees are only for

modules and for programmes with research

the second and further registrations in 2019,

modules with a credit value of ≥ 90-credits:

after first registration in 2018 or earlier.

A new fees structure is introduced for

Compile a quotation at the above-mentioned web

first registrations, with the same amount

address for the amounts for structured options.

per annum (with annual increment) for

all years of study allowed.

Below follows the average fees for 180-

credit thesis options.

Compile a quotation at the above-

mentioned web address for the amounts

for structured options.

MSc Full-time, above-

R20 667

MSc Full-time, above-

R7 523

mentioned fields of study

mentioned fields of study

First year of registration

Second year and further

registrations per annum

Doctoral Programmes

After three years of full-time PhD studies, students must reapply for continuation of studies. After four years of part-time PhD studies, students must reapply for continuation of studies.

PhD (Full-time)

R14 678

PhD (Part-time)

R14 678

First three years of registration

First four years of registration

per annum

per annum

Student Fees

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

After two years of full-time or part-time DSc studies, students must reapply for continuation of studies.

DSc (Full-time or Part-time)

R24 746

DSc (Full-time or Part-time)

R4 101

First year of registration

Second year of registration for

new registrations in 2018

2.1.9 THEOLOGY

a) Estimated study fees per undergraduate programme

∙ In the table below, the estimated study fees per undergraduate programme for 2019 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

∙ Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at

http://www.maties.com;

click on “Fees” and select “Provisional statement of

fees (quotation)”.

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

BTh

R40 526

BDiv

R44 839

b) Estimated study fees per postgraduate programme

∙ In the table below, the estimated study fees per postgraduate programme for 2019 is given for the first year of study, unless stated otherwise.

∙ Students are recommended to compile a more specific and detailed quote at

http://www0.sun.ac.za/pgstudies/fees.html

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

Postgraduate Diploma Programmes

PGDip in Theology

R29 489

PGDip in Theology

R7 444

First year of registration

Second year and further

registration per annum

Master’s Programmes

MTh

R31 713

MDiv

R33 592

Student Fees

Programme

Amount

Programme

Amount

Doctoral Programmes

PhD

R18 783

PhD

R11 269

First two years of registration

Third year and further

per annum

registration per annum

2.2Continuation of registration for full duration of studies

All postgraduate students (honours, master’s, doctoral, postgraduate diploma and certificate students) must, for the full duration of his studies, register each year as a student, as stipulated in the chapter “Postgraduate Qualifications” in the Calendar, Part 1.

If any such student fails to register as a student for the current year before the prescribed date, his registration, and in the case of a student for the degree of Master or of Doctor, also the topic of his thesis or dissertation, shall lapse.

Any such student wishing to be readmitted to the degree, certificate or diploma programme concerned, shall be required to apply in writing for readmission, to register anew for the programme concerned and to pay anew the required tuition fees.

In the case of master’s and doctoral programmes, registration can continue as normal:

o

o

if the necessary consent has been granted; and

if the programme fees for the year(s) of non-registration is paid in full, unless the period (years) of non-registration makes it financially detrimental for the student, compared to registering anew for the programme, in which case the latter will be considered.

In the case of payment of fees for the year(s) of non-registration, the student shall not be registered with retrospective effect. A quotation compiled through the web page will also not reflect the correct amount payable with readmission. Request an estimate of the amount to be paid up at studentaccounts@sun.ac.za.

Student Fees

3.ACCOMMODATION

3.1Compulsory first instalment (acceptance fee for prospective students) of accommodation fee

The amount of R12 700 has to be paid in full by all students who have been allocated a place in University accommodation.

Students who are allocated a place in University accommodation for the first time receive a written notice in the preceding year, which have to be completed and returned to the University together with the acceptance amount (the compulsory first instalment of accommodation fee) to signify your acceptance of the allocated place. With the payment of the acceptance amount the terms and conditions for residence accommodation are accepted.

Students whose reapplication for placement in University accommodation is successful have to pay the first instalment for the following year by the date of registration. The compulsory first instalment of accommodation and the compulsory first instalment of study fees can be paid as one joint amount.

3.2Accommodation fees per specific University accommodation

All amounts are given in rand and are payable per person.

Unless stated otherwise, the amounts are applicable to the academic year and not given per month and includes the compulsory first instalment.

The residence fee (house fees) and cost of meals are not included in the amounts, unless stated otherwise.

Stellenbosch Campus

Single Room (R)

Double Room (R)

Men’s Residences (Undergraduate)

Dagbreek

46 900

38 550

Eendrag

46 900

38 550

Helderberg

46 900

38 550

Helshoogte

46 900

38 550

Huis Marais

46 900

38 550

Huis Visser

46 900

38 550

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Single Room (R)

Double Room (R)

Majuba

46 900

38 550

Simonsberg

46 900

38 550

Wilgenhof

46 900

38 550

Women’s Residences (Undergraduate)

Erica

45 810

37 740

Harmonie

45 810

37 740

Heemstede

45 810

37 740

Huis ten Bosch

45 810

37 740

Irene

45 810

37 740

Lydia

45 810

37 740

Minerva

45 810

37 740

Monica

45 810

37 740

Nemesia

45 810

37 740

Nerina

45 810

37 740

Serruria

45 810

37 740

Sonop

45 810

37 740

Mixed Residences (Men and Women) (Undergraduate)

Goldfields

46 900

38 550

Metanoia

46 900

Senior / Postgraduate Residences

Russel Botman House

46 900

Listen, Learn and Living House (LLL

46 900

houses)

HUB Residence Committees

46 900

University Houses

All University houses

40 950

32 530

University Flats

Huis De Villiers

43 810

35 050

Huis MacDonald: Type A – Single room and

36 140

shared facilities for laundry and eating

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Student Fees

Single Room (R)

Double Room (R)

Huis MacDonald: Type B – Bachelor flat for

48 810

1 person

Huis MacDonald: Type C – One-bedroom

53 360

flat for 1 person

Lobelia: Two-bedroom flat

45 380

Concordia: Three-bedroom flat

45 130

University Flats (International students)

Please contact Stellenbosch University International at interhouse@sun.ac.za, or +27 21 808 4702, or visit the Stellenbosch University International website at http://www0.sun.ac.za/international/about/accommodation-in-stellenbosch.html.

Private Accommodation: http://www.stayatstellenboschuniversity.co.za

Tygerberg Campus

Single Room (R)

Double Room (R)

Men and Women’s Residences

Hippokrates

39 700

29 940

Huis Francie van Zijl

38 940

29 330

Ubuntu

46 540

New Residence 1

46 540

Nkosi Johnson

46 540

Other Residences

Meerhoff: Type A (single room) Block A

50 070

& B

Meerhoff: Type B (duet) Block C & F

52 420

Meerhoff extension Block G & H

46 150

36 940

Student Fees

3.3Accommodation before the start of the academic year

House committee members, mentors and first-year students taking part in the programme for the welcoming of first-year students in the days before the official start of the University are allowed to reside without charge in the residences in which place has been allocated for them for this purpose.

For all other students who are allowed to reside in a residence before the start of the academic year, the following rates apply:

Accommodation only

R172 a day

Accommodation with meals (if available)

R260 a day

3.4Accommodation during the March and September holidays

Residences are not vacated during the short holidays in March and September. However, full service delivery (e.g. meals) cannot be guaranteed during these times.

3.5Residence fee (House fees)

The residence fee is debited yearly to the student fees accounts of all students living in University residences. For 2019, the amount debited is R588. It is used for the day-to-day functioning of residences and covers a broad spectrum of expenses which are incurred for the benefit of students living in residences.

3.6Meal quota

3.6.1Deposit for meal packages

Accommodation fees do not include meals, except where so stated. The details of students placed in University residences on the Stellenbosch campus that do provide meals are automatically recorded on the meals system. The student must load a quota to activate the meal system. Students are allowed to load a maximum of R22 345 meal quota for 2019 onto their student fees accounts. Meals not booked via the booking system are charged at double the normal tariff. At the beginning of the year, students may choose a meal package through a computer terminal in the relevant residence or through the student portal http://my.sun.ac.za. The amount that is available for meals according to your meal package may also be replenished at the computer terminal or through the student portal UNTIL 15 AUGUST.

AFTER 15 AUGUST the amount available for meals may only be replenished with a payment at the cashiers or by an online payment at http://my.sun.ac.za, under Finances”“Payment Options”.

If your meal package amount is not depleted by the end of the academic year, the remainder is credited to your student fees account.

Student Fees

3.6.2PSO student meal options

PSO (Private Students’ Organisation) students have to register on the SU portal to be allowed to eat meals in a residence in their cluster or in the Student Centre. After registration, the PSO member has to make a payment into the prepaid meal quota system against which spending can be incurred. After that, all conditions apply just as for resident students.

3.7Deposit for the use of laundry facilities

The deposit is debited to the student fees accounts of all students living in University residences for the use of laundry facilities at the residences. The laundry facilities include washing machines and tumble driers.

You may replenish the laundry quota UNTIL 15 AUGUST at any laundry facility by scanning your student card which will then load a replenishing amount (currently R650) on the student fees account.

AFTER 15 AUGUST the laundry quota may only be replenished with a payment at the cashiers or by an online payment at http://my.sun.ac.za, under “Finances”“Payment Options”If the laundry quota is not depleted by the end of the academic year, the remaining amount is credited to your student fees account.

3.8Liability for damage to University accommodation

All payments which have to be made for repairing damage caused by a student to University accommodation shall be levied against such student’s student fees account. Enquiries in this regard should be addressed to the relevant resident head.

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4.STUDENT FEES ACCOUNT

Please note that the following formal provisions apply:

Council reserves the right to amend without notice all fees payable to the University, as circumstances may dictate.

Study and accommodation fees are payable in full, regardless of whether any service provided by the University is disrupted by circumstances beyond the University’s control, such as strikes, student boycotts, public unrest or any other type of disruption on campus.

4.1Modes of payment

The University has two modes of payment in order to comply with the terms of payment of the University, namely:

Payment in three instalments, with the compulsory first instalment payable by registration (fixed amount), and two further instalments by the end of May and the end of September, with the amount of each instalment as indicated against the closing date on the account.

A debit order system consisting of the compulsory first instalment payable by registration (fixed amount) and eight monthly instalments FROM 1 APRIL UNTIL 1 NOVEMBER, for which parents/students have to apply BEFORE 8 MARCH and the University will schedule the necessary debit order with the bank. Applications AFTER 8 MARCH will be considered subject to prepayment of the minimum debit order payments that would have been due SINCE 1 APRIL.

4.1.1Compulsory first instalment

The study fees entail the total cost of studies, which includes the tuition fees, a module cost and/or programme cost, which may include the following: materials fees, laboratory fees, travelling expenses, running costs, programme levy and the membership dues for any faculty-bound, academic societies, as applicable to a programme or module.

The compulsory first instalment on study fees is payable in full by all students by the date of registration, but preferably at least three days before the date of registration.

However, a student who can submit written proof to the Student Fees Section that a bursary or study loan has been granted him for the programme he is registering for in a particular year may be exempt from the compulsory first instalment by the date of registration, if the loan or bursary is sufficient to cover the compulsory first instalment on study fees for the year. If the loan or bursary is less than the first instalment on study fees, the student is responsible for paying the difference himself at the date of registration.

A copy of written proof that a bursary or a study loan has been awarded, which indicates specifically the amount of the bursary or loan, must be submitted to the Student Fees

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