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									REGISTRATION OF NEWCOMERS IN 2008 All newcomer students should report on Thursday 24 January 2008 for the start of the official Welcoming Programme. The Welcoming Programme is also available at http://www.sun.ac.za/welcome. Residence students should report at their residences as from Wednesday 23 January 2008, in accordance with the time frames as determined and communicated by individual residences. Detail with regard to the registration of newcomers, i.e. students who are registering for the first-year programme of a specific degree or diploma (excluding postgraduate degrees and diplomas), as well as other important information, are provided below. 1. REGISTRATION VENUE

If the self registration route was not followed then all newcomers to Stellenbosch register in the computer user area of the Faculty of Science (NARGA) in Block A of the Administration Building. Only the northern entrance to this building may be used. 2. DATES AND TIMES OF REGISTRATION

All newcomer students to Stellenbosch register according to the registration schedule on the last page of this notice. 3. LATE REGISTRATION All newcomer students who are not registered before or on Friday 1 February 2008 will have to pay a late registration levy of R500. 4. NON-SOUTH AFRICAN CITIZENS

All students who are not South African citizens, must submit at registration either a permanent residence permit or a study permit, which should have been obtained previously from the South African Department for Home Affairs. The permit must be valid for 2008. If you have failed to obtain the permit, you will not be permitted to register as a student. 5. SUBMISSION OF ADMISSION DOCUMENTS AT REGISTRATION At registration, each newcomer must submit the original Matriculation symbols (Advice of Results) of the 2007 Senior Certificate or equivalent examination, that he/she received from his/her education authority, together with a photocopy of the document. Students who wrote the final school examination before October 2007 must provide their original Senior Certificate, or other school leaving certificate, together with a photocopy thereof at registration. Students who matriculated in a different school system than the South African Senior Certificate system, must also provide the original certificate of university exemption, issued by the South African Matriculation Board, as well as a copy thereof, at registration. Students who studied at other universities must provide their original academic records and certificate of good conduct, as well as copies thereof, when they register as a student. NB: Your attention is drawn to the fact that copies of certificates, even if it is certified as a copy of the original, will not be accepted. 6. FEES PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION

The following fees are payable at registration:

Non-residence students First amount of tuition fee TOTAL R 6 300 R 6 300

Residence students First amount of tuition fee First amount of residence fee TOTAL R 6 300 R 5 500 R 11 800

NB: Non-South African citizens have to pay the amount stipulated by the International Office. You will be able to considerably shorten delays at the cashiers during registration by sending the fees mentioned above to the University in advance, to reach us before 21 January 2008. 7. PROOF OF REGISTRATION At registration, each student is provided with a printed proof of registration, that indicates the programme and modules that were registered for. Students utilizing the process of self registration, must print the proof of registration out of the student portal: www.mymaties.com. Please scrutinize the document carefully, as it contains important information. If any mistakes occur, it needs to be corrected at the relevant Faculty Secretary, Block A – Administration Building, before or on Friday 15 February 2008. Registered students who follow modules for which they did not register on or before 15 February 2008 will, if the necessary permission to register for the module(s) is granted, be liable to pay a levy of R100. 8. CLASS, TEST AND EXAMINATION TIMETABLES

A main class timetable for students in the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, Science, and Economic and Management Sciences, will be available before and during the registration programme at the Enquiries Desk in Block A of the Administration Building. Class timetables of the other faculties will be available at the faculties. You will receive full information in this regard during the Welcoming Programme. A special brochure with information regarding test and examination timetables and examination policy will be available at the Enquiries Desk in Block A of the Administration Building before, during and after the registration programme. Please ensure that you obtain a copy. 9. CLASS TIMETABLE: MODULES DIVIDED INTO MORE THAN ONE GROUP

Some first-year modules are divided into more than one group, for example Chemistry 114 (Group 1) and Chemistry 114 (Group 2) etc. These groups will appear on the timetable at different times. First year students following such modules with more than one group on the class timetable, will be able to obtain their group allocation in the student portal, www.mymaties.com, of the University's website as from Thursday 31 January. More information in this regard will be conveyed during the Welcoming Programme, attendance of which is therefore of paramount importance. 10. MODULE REQUIREMENTS Before, during and after registration, as well as at the start of the second semester, students must make sure that they satisfy all the pass, prerequisite and co-requisite requirements for the particular modules that they follow. It is only necessary for first-year students to be aware of possible co-requisite requirements to be met when they choose their first-year modules in the beginning of the year, but at the start of the second semester pass and prerequisite requirements might be applicable. Information in this regard is to be found in the yearbooks of the faculties. 11. KEEPING OF MOTOR VEHICLES AT STELLENBOSCH All students who are going to make use of a vehicle (incl. a motorbike) while they are at Stellenbosch are compelled to complete a prescribed vehicle form (which will be available) during registration. The costs related to the registration of a vehicle amount to R132 per vehicle. JG du Toit for THE REGISTRAR 1 December 2007

DATES AND TIMES OF REGISTRATION 2008 (NEWCOMERS)
e-Registration By registering themselves, undergraduate students can avoid long queues. Any computer with Internet access may be used. Students who do not have access to a computer may make use of the computer-user area that will be made available on the Stellenbosch Campus especially for this purpose from 21 January 2008 to 1 February 2008. See enclosed notice on e-Registration.

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MONDAY MORNING 28 JANUARY 2008
FACULTY AND PROGRAMMES Education BEdPsych BEd (General Education) Engineering BEng (Surnames A – H) (Surnames I – P) (Surnames Q – Z) Agrisciences BScAgric BAgricAdmin BSc in Food Science BSc in Forestry BSc in Conservation Ecology Law LLB BComm (with Law Subjects), BAccLLB BA (Law) Theology BTh 11:00 – 11:30 10:30 – 12:30 10:30 – 12:30 10:30 – 12:30 10:00 – 11:00 10:00 – 11:00 10:00 – 11:00 10:00 – 10:30 10:00 – 10:30 08:00 – 09:00 08:00 – 09:00 TIME

MONDAY AFTERNOON 28 JANUARY 2008
Economic and Management Sciences BAcc, BComm (Manag Acc), BComm (Fin Acc) (Surnames A – M) (Surnames N – Z)

15:00 – 15:30 15:30 – 16:00

TUESDAY MORNING 29 JANUARY 2008
08:00 – 08:45 08:45 – 09:30 09:30 – 10:00 Arts and Social Sciences BA (Humanities) BA (Social Dynamics) BA (Language and Culture) BA (Development and Environment) BA(Socio-Informatics) BA in Visual Arts BA in Social Work BMus, BA(with Music)(Tech) BDram BA (Human Resource Management) BA (Sport Science) BA (PPE) BA (Value and Policy Studies) BA (International Studies) Economic and Management Sciences BComm (all programmes, excluding BComm(Law subjects), BAccLLB, BAcc, BComm (Manag Acc), BComm (Fin Acc)) (Surnames A – H) (Surnames I – P) (Surnames Q – Z) 07:30 - 08:30 07:30 - 08:30 07:30 - 08:30 07:30 - 08:30 07:30 - 08:30 09:00 - 10:00 09:00 - 10:00 09:00 - 10:00 09:00 - 10:00 09:00 - 10:00 09:00 - 10:00 09:00 - 10:00 09:15 - 10:00 09:30 - 10:30

11:00 – 11:30 11:30 – 12:00 12:00 – 12:30

MONDAY AFTERNOON 28 JANUARY 2008
Science BSc (all programmes) (Surnames A – H) (Surnames I – P) (Surnames Q – Z)

13:30 – 14:00 14:00 – 14:30 14:30 – 15:00


								
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