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WITS INTERNATIONAL OFFICE                       POSTAL ADDRESS:
Ground Floor, Senate House                      Wits International Office
University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg   University of the Witwatersrand,
Gauteng Province, Republic of South Africa      Johannesburg
Tel: +27 11 717 1054 Fax: +27 11 717 1059       Private Bag 3, Wits, 2050
E-mail: studysa.international@wits.ac.za        Johannesburg, GP, RSA
www.wits.ac.za/prospective/international
UNDERGRADUATE CHECKLIST

STEP 1: APPLICATION TO THE UNIVERSITY

       Submit completed application form with correctly certified supporting documents

       Proof of English proficiency (refer to page 16)

       Submit completed M30E form for Matriculation Exemption with correctly certified
       supporting documents
       Submit completed application for on-campus residence

       Proof of payment of application fee


STEP 2: PRE-DEPARTURE ARRANGEMENTS




                                                                                          UNDERGRADUATE CHECKLIST
       Letter of acceptance from the University, sign and return to validate acceptance

       Valid Passport

       Apply for Study Permit (refer to page 7 in handbook)

       Apply for South African Medical Aid Cover with a registered South African
       Medical Aid Provider until 31 December (refer to page 11 in handbook)

       Travel Arrangements to South Africa

       Arrange for funds for fees and living expenses

       Arrange for transfer to Wits University or place of residence


STEP 3: INTERNATIONAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS BEFORE
       YOU REGISTER AT WITS

       Complete the fees quotation form and have it signed and stamped by
       Faculty Officer

       Fees clearance of Academic Tuition, International Registration Fee and
       on campus accommodation
       (if applicable - Confirmation letter from Office of Residence Life required)

       Valid Passport

       Valid Study Permit

       Firm offer letter from the University (First year students only)

       Confirmation and proof of payment of a South African Medical Aid Cover with
       a registered South African Medical Aid Provider until 31 December
       Application for clearance to register from the Wits International Office

       Register at the Student Enrolment Centre (first year students) or at the
       Faculty Office (returning students)
                         POSTGRADUATE CHECKLIST

                         STEP 1: APPLICATION TO THE UNIVERSITY

                                 Submit completed application form with correctly certified supporting documents
                                 (NB: apply for SAQA Evaluation if you hold a foreign undergraduate degree)

                                 Proof of English proficiency (refer to page 16)

                                 Submit completed application for on-campus residence

                                 Proof of payment of application fee


                         STEP 2: PRE-DEPARTURE ARRANGEMENTS

                                 Letter of acceptance from the University, sign and return to validate acceptance
POSTGRADUATE CHECKLIST




                                 Valid Passport

                                 Refer to Permit and Medical Aid requirements as per applicable registration
                                 requirements listed below.

                                 Travel arrangements to South Africa

                                 Arrange for funds for fees and living expenses

                                 Arrange for transfer to Wits University or place of residence.


                         STEP 3: INTERNATIONAL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS BEFORE
                                 YOU REGISTER AT WITS
                         FULL TIME STUDENT (includes Occasional Students)

                                 Complete fees quotation form and have it signed and stamped by Faculty Officer

                                 Fees clearance of Academic Tuition, International Registration Fee and
                                 on campus accommodation
                                 (if applicable - Confirmation letter from Office of Residence Life required)

                                 Valid Passport

                                 Valid Study Permit

                                 Firm offer letter from the University (First year students only)

                                 Confirmation and proof of payment of a South African Medical Aid Cover with
                                 a registered South African Medical Aid Provider until 31 December

                                 Application for clearance to register from the Wits International Office

                                 Register at the Faculty Office
POSTGRADUATE CHECKLIST

STUDENT STUDYING PART-TIME ON A WORK PERMIT

         Complete fees quotation form and have it signed and stamped by Faculty Officer

         Fees clearance of Academic Tuition, International Registration Fee and
         on campus accommodation (if applicable)

         Valid Passport

         Valid Work or Business Permit endorsed to study at Wits University
         N.B. A Student is NOT allowed to study part-time on a study permit
         To apply for the endorsement refer to page 8 in the handbook

         Confirmation and proof of payment of a South African Medical Aid Cover with
         a registered South African Medical Aid Provider until 31 December




                                                                                           POSTGRADUATE CHECKLIST
         Register at the Faculty Office


STUDENT ON BLOCK RELEASE

         Complete fees quotation form and have it signed and stamped by Faculty Officer

         Fees Clearance of Academic Tuition and International Registration Fee

         Letter from the Faculty confirming Block Release Programme with Block dates

         Valid Passport

         Valid Visitors Permit

         Application for International Clearance to register from the Wits International
         Office

         Register at the Faculty Office


STUDENT AWAITING EXAMINERS

         Complete fees quotation form and have it signed and stamped by Faculty Officer

         Fees Clearance of Academic Tuition and International Registration Fee

         Letter from the Dean of the Faculty confirming Awaiting Examiners

         Valid Passport

         Valid Permit (study, visitor, work)

         Application for International Clearance to register from the Wits International
         Office

         Register at the Faculty Office
Medical Aid is not required for students on Block Release and Awaiting Examiners
but you are encouraged to take up cover while you are in the Republic of South Africa
                               TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S

                               1.   A Word from the Director                                 p1
                               2.   The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg        p2
                               3.   Wits International Office                                p3
                                    3.1.      Portfolio of WIO Staff                         p3
                               4.   Facts about South Africa                                 p4
                                    4.1.      Time                                           p5
                                    4.2.      Demography                                     p5
                                    4.3.      Climate                                        p5
                                    4.4.      City of Johannesburg                           p5
                                    4.5.      Safety in Johannesburg                         p5
                               5.   Immigration Information                                  p7
                                    5.1.      Passports                                      p7
TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S




                                    5.1.1.    Lost/Stolen Passport                           p7
                                    5.1.2.    Passport Renewals                              p7
                                    5.2.      Study Permit                                   p7
                                    5.2.1.    How to apply for a Study Permit                p7
                                    5.2.2.    Endorsement to Study Part Time                 p8
                                    5.2.3.    Extension of a Study Permit                    p8
                                    5.2.4.    Changing of Conditions of a Study Permit       p9
                                    5.3.      Refugees                                       p9
                                    5.4.      Asylum Seekers                                 p10
                                    5.5.      Diplomats                                      p10
                                    5.6.      Practical Training Permit                      p10
                                    5.7.      Block Release Students                         p10
                               6.   Medical Aid Cover                                        p11
                               7.   Accommodation                                            p14
                               8.   Academic Information                                     p15
                                    8.1.      Full Programmes (Degrees) or Diplomas          p15
                                    8.2.      Foreign Electives                              p15
                                    8.3.      Study Abroad Programmes                        p15
                                    8.4.      Visiting Researchers / Post Doctoral Fellows   p15
                                    8.5.      Exchange Students                              p15
                                    8.6.      Occasional Students                            p15
                                    8.7.      Restricted Programmes (Degrees) / Courses      p15
                                    8.8.      English Proficiency                            p16
9.   Financial Information                                                    p17
     9.1.      Fees                                                           p17
     9.2.      How to pay                                                     p18
     9.2.1.    Undergraduate                                                  p18
     9.2.2.    Postgraduate                                                   p18
10. Financial Aid                                                             p20
11. Undergraduate Information                                                 p21
     11.1.     Application Procedure                                          p21
     11.2.     Closing dates for Undergraduate Submission                     p22
12. Matric Exemption                                                          p23
     12.1.     Ordinary Level and Advance Level Qualifications                p23
     12.2.     International Baccalaureate (IB)                               p24




                                                                                      TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S
     12.3.     The International General Certificate                          p24
               Secondary Education (IGCSE)
     12.4.     Higher International General Certificate                       p24
               Secondary Education (HIGCSE)
     12.5.     Advanced International Certification of Education (AICE)       p25
13. Postgraduate Information                                                  p29
     13.1.     Application Procedure                                          p29
14. Travel Information                                                        p30
     14.1.     Getting to Wits from the Airport                               p30
     14.2.     Driving License                                                p30
15. Opening a Bank Account                                                    p31
16. Average Living Expenses                                                   p32
17. Frequently asked Questions                                                p33
     17.1.     Study Permit                                                   p33
     17.2.     Fees and Bursary/Scholarship                                   p33
     17.3.     Accommodation                                                  p34
     17.4.     Medical Aid Cover                                              p34
     17.5.     Matric Exemption                                               p34
     17.6.     Application Procedure                                          p35
18. Important Numbers ON CAMPUS                                               p37
19. Important Numbers OFF CAMPUS                                              p38
WITS CAMPUS MAP                                                   Inside back cover
                               1. A WORD FROM THE DIRECTOR

                               The Wits International Office is the hub of information for international education on
                               campus. The WIO is here to give students and staff access to services and programmes
                               (inbound and outbound), to foster greater understanding and connectivity to the world of
                               international education. We have a small but energetic team at the WIO to make your
                               international experience a rich and engaging encounter; exposing you to a vast culture
                               of the minds of the world at Wits. I sincerely hope that you enjoy our warm South African
                               hospitality, the rich academic history of Wits and the international mix on our campuses.




                                                                           I sincerely hope that
A WORD FROM THE DIRECTOR




                                                                           you enjoy our warm
                                                                           South African hospitality,
                                                                           the rich academic history of
                                                                           Wits and the international
                                                                           mix on our campuses.
                                                                           Fazela Haniff - Director




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2. THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WITWATERSRAND

The University’s origins go back to the School of Mining Engineering over 100 years ago.
It was formally inaugurated as a university in 1922. Wits acquired international acclaim
very early in its history when the famous Taung Skull was discovered in 1924. As one of
the largest English-medium universities in Africa, Wits has built up an enviable national
and international reputation.      It has a long tradition of academic excellence.

The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg has long been established in the
industrial and commercial heart of South Africa as a centre for education and research




                                                                                              THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WITWATERSRAND, JOHANNESBURG
of the highest quality. It is the University’s mission to maintain and enhance its position
as a leading university in South Africa, in the Southern African Development Community
(SADC), in Africa and the world, by sustaining globally competitive standards of excellence
in learning, teaching and research. As a world-class university, Wits fosters international
research collaboration, staff and student exchanges and has over 2000 international
students.




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                                3. WITS INTERNATIONAL OFFICE

                                The Wits International Office (WIO) is strategically positioned to lead and facilitate all
                                internationalisation facets of the university. To mention a few, these range from attracting
                                and recruiting international students and providing relevant services to them, facilitating
                                the internationalisation strategy of the University, building and maintaining the University’s
                                international partnerships and collaborations and receiving international visitors / delegations.
                                External to the University, the WIO interfaces with funding agencies, foreign representatives
                                in South Africa, The Department of Home Affairs, Department of International Relations
                                and Cooperations, Department of Higher Education and Training, Medical Aid providers
                                and the SA Medical Schemes Council, the Matriculation Board and Higher Education
                                South Africa (HESA); SAQA, and other Inter national Education forums
                                To this extent the WIO seeks to complement the services provided by faculties and
                                academic departments to international students.
WITS INTERNATIONAL OFFICE




                                The WIO offers the following services
                                •    Information on Wits and on studying (and living) in South Africa,
                                •    Information and guidance on obtaining a Matriculation Exemption,
                                •    Advise on immigration issues,
                                     o Application procedure for study permits and renewals of existing study permits,
                                •    Information on South African approved medical aid service providers,
                                •    Issue clearance certificates to all international students, to ensure compliance with
                                     university and government requirements prior to registration,
                                •    Orientation of new students to campus and city life
                                WIO co-ordinates the Semester Study Abroad Programme, create and manage exchange
                                opportunities for Wits students with our partner universities abroad, advises and assists
                                students with immigration matters. WIO also facilitates and manages collaborative projects
                                with international governments and institutions.




                                      PORTFOLIO OF WIO STAFF MEMBERS
                                          Fazela Haniff                   Director
                                          Lebethe Malefo                  Deputy Director
                                          Gita Patel                      Manager - Services
                                          Samia Chasi                     Manager - International Partnerships
                                          Ismail Badrudin                 Programme Administrator
                                          Le-André Sheldon                Project Coordinator
                                          Manotshe (Victoria) Segwai      Senior Admin Officer:
                                                                          Matriculation Exemption
                                          Sarafina Mohlakoane             Admin Assistant
                                          Simphiwe Goba                   Help Desk Assistant
                                          Silvia de Sousa                 Programme Administrator
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4. FACTS ABOUT SOUTH AFRICA

Located at the southern tip of the African continent,
South Africa borders Namibia, Botswana,
Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Swaziland. Lesotho
is an independent enclave entirely surrounded by
South African territory.
South Africa has experienced a significantly
different evolution from other nations in Africa as
a result of two facts. Firstly, immigration from
Europe reached levels not experienced in other
African communities. Secondly, the strategic
importance of the Cape Sea Route, as emphasized
by the closure of the Suez Canal during the Six
Day War and mineral wealth made the country
extremely important to Western interests,




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particularly during the Cold War.
Racial strife between the White minority and the
Black majority has played a large part in the
country’s history and politics, culminating in
apartheid, which was instituted in 1948 by the
National Party (although segregation existed prior
to that date). The laws that defined apartheid
began to be repealed or abolished by the National
Party in 1990 after a long and sometimes violent
struggle (including economic sanctions from the
international community) by the Black majority as
well as many White, Coloured and Indian South
Africans.
Two philosophies originated in South Africa: ubuntu
(the belief in a universal bond of sharing that
connects all humanity); and Gandhi’s notion of
“passive resistance” (satyagraha), developed while
he lived in South Africa. We hope you experience
these philosophies at Wits.
Regular elections have been held for almost a
century; however, black South Africans were only
enfranchised in 1994. The economy of South
Africa is the largest and best developed on the
continent, with modern infrastructure common
throughout the country.
South Africa is often referred to as the “The
Rainbow Nation”, a term coined by Archbishop
Desmond Tutu and later adopted by then-President
Nelson Mandela as a metaphor to describe the
country’s newly-developing multicultural diversity
in the wake of segregationist apartheid ideology.
 The country’s socially progressive policies are
rare in Africa. By 2007, the country had joined
Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain and Canada in
extending the right of marriage to Gay, Lesbian,
B i s e x u a l a n d Tr a n s g e n d e r e d p e o p l e .
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                                               4.1 TIME
                                               South Africa is two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), one hour ahead of
                                               Central European Time and seven hours ahead of Eastern Standard Winter Time, USA.
                                               4.2 DEMOGRAPHY
                                               According to Statistics South Africa’s mid 2006 estimates, the country’s population stands
                                               at some 47.4 million. It is a nation of diversity and a variety of cultures, languages and
                                               religious beliefs.
                                               South Africa has 11 official languages. English is the most commonly spoken language
                                               in official and commercial public life - but only the fifth most spoken home language.
                                               4.3 CLIMATE
                                               Variable; warm temperate climate overall. Dry, sunny winters (April-October), summer
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                                               rains (November-March) except in the southwest, where rain falls year round.
                                               4.4 CITY OF JOHANNESBURG
                                               Johannesburg is the largest and most populous city in South Africa. The city is affectionately
                                               known as “Jo’burg”, “Jozi” and “JHB” by South Africans. Johannesburg is the provincial
                                               capital of Gauteng Province, the wealthiest province in South Africa, and fourth largest
                                               economy in Sub-Saharan Africa. The city is one of the 40 largest metropolitan areas in
                                               the world, and Africa’s only officially designated global city (classified as a gamma world
                                               city). Whilst sometimes mistakenly assumed to be South Africa’s capital city, Johannesburg
                                               does not form one of South Africa’s three official capital cities. Johannesburg does
                                               however house the Constitutional Court, the highest court in South Africa.
                                               Johannesburg is the site of a large-scale gold and diamond trade due to its location on
                                               the mineral-rich Witwatersrand range of hills. Johannesburg is also served by O R Tambo
                                               International Airport, the largest and busiest airport in Africa and a gateway for international
                                               air travel to and from the rest of Southern Africa.
                                               Studying at Wits, in Johannesburg offers you the opportunity of becoming part of, and
                                               enriched by, an urban campus in its interaction with a dynamic city.
                                               4.5 SAFETY IN JOHANNESBURG
                                               Personal vigilance is key to remaining safe in Johannesburg. Like any other big city
                                               throughout the world, Johannesburg has its share of crime. The Wits International Office
                                               gives you detailed safety advice during orientation and we urge you to heed it.
                                               South Africa is experiencing rapid political, social and economic change. The impact of
                                               such changes in any urban city is the same as everywhere in the world; so there is an
                                               undesirable incidence of crime, particularly petty and opportunistic crime. While statistics
                                               show a reduction in crime it is also a place where guns and other weapons are as prevalent
                                               as in other parts of the world. We urge you to attend the WIO’s orientation and to take
                                               appropriate precautions for your safety.




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SOME SUGGESTIONS

 • Keep valuables in a locked place and do not carry large sums of money.
 • Please refrain from displaying expensive jewellery nor display valuable items such
   as cameras when you walk in the street or on the seats of your vehicle.
 • We also urge that YOU DO NOT carry your passport with you on a daily basis; a
   certified copy of the page containing your personal details and study permit should
   be adequate.
 • Please ensure that you carry your medical aid card at all times.
 • DO NOT walk alone at night; walk in groups with other students.
 • DO NOT explore unfamiliar areas of town on your own. Report any harassment
   or threatening situation which you may have experienced to the appropriate
   authorities, including the Wits International Office.




                                                                                             FA C T S A B O U T S O U T H A F R I C A
 • It is advised that you know where you can reach someone in case of an emergency.
   Important and emergency numbers are provided at the back of this booklet.




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                                                 5 . I M M I G R A T I O N I N F O R M AT I O N

                                                 5.1 PASSPORTS
                                                    5.1.1 LOST/STOLEN PASSPORTS
                                                           If a passport is stolen or lost on campus, the incidence must be reported to
                                                           Campus Control as well as the police in order to get an affidavit. The Wits
                                                           International Office will then issue the student with a copy of the passport
                                                           (the page containing your personal details and passport number) and a copy
                                                           of the study permit. The student should then proceed to their embassy to
                                                           apply for a new passport. As soon as the passport is available, the student
                                                           should go to the Department of Home Affairs to obtain a study permit.
                                                           o   Documents required are; new passport, affidavit, copy of stolen passport
                                                               and study permit.
                                                    5.1.2 PASSPORT RENEWALS
I M M I G R A T I O N I N F O R M AT I O N




                                                    Passport renewals are done at the Embassy, High Commission or Consulate of your
                                                    home country in South Africa. Once you have received your new passport, the following
                                                    should be submitted to the Department of Home Affairs to transfer your valid permit:
                                                    o Complete form BI1739
                                                    o Form to be completed in black ink only
                                                    o Confirmation of registration from faculty

                                                    Your application for extension of a study permit needs to be signed and stamped by
                                                    a representative in the Wits International Office before it is submitted to the Department
                                                    of Home Affairs. Though the WIO will make copies of these documents for your
                                                    student file, it is advised that you retain a set of the documents for your own records.

                                                 5.2 STUDY PERMIT
                                                    5.2.1 HOW TO APPLY FOR A STUDY PERMIT
                                                           The University is not permitted to register you until you have produced your
                                                           VALID study permit. It usually takes at least 6 weeks for your study permit
                                                           application to be processed. It is also important for you to note that your
                                                           Study Permit is issued to study at one institution and you would have to
                                                           apply for a change of status, should you want to change institutions. This
                                                           can be done in the city applicable to the new institution of study.
                                                           You are required to apply for a study permit at the South African High
                                                           Commission, Embassy, Consulate or Trade Mission in your country of residence.
                                                           If there is no South African representative in that country, you must apply at
                                                           the nearest South African High Commission, Embassy, Consulate or Trade
                                                           Mission.
                                                           The following are the current requirements to be submitted to the South
                                                           African Embassy/Consulate in your country to obtain your Study Permit:
                                                           1. A passport valid for not less than 30 days after intended studies
                                                           2. Administrative fee of R425 (as at December 2006)
                                                           3. Confirmation and proof of payment of a South African Medical Aid Cover
                                                               with a medical scheme registered with the SA Medical Schemes Council.
                                                               Cover must remain valid for the duration of the calendar year.
                                                           4. Letter of Offer from the University stating the duration of degree, confirming
                                                               that the student is not taking the place of a local student and undertaking
                                                               to inform the Department of Home Affairs when the student deregisters
                                             7             5. Medical and Radiological reports (less than six months old)
       6.  Yellow Fever vaccination certificate, if relevant
       7.  Relevant certificates if married, widowed, divorced or separated
       8.  Details regarding arranged accommodation while in South Africa
       9.  Proof of sufficient funds to cover tuition fees and maintenance
       10. A police clearance certificate for the past 12 months or longer since the
           age of 18
       11. A cash deposit or a return ticket to country of origin
           a. Nationals of African countries are not required to pay this deposit if
           their Government undertakes, in writing, to cover all costs relating to any
           repatriation action that may become necessary.
       You are advised to submit the documentation as soon as possible to the
       South African High Commission, Embassy, Consulate or Trade Mission –
       DO NOT send the documentation to Wits University. We, however advise that
       you keep a copy of your submission and all receipts safely.




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       Some South African Embassies, High Commissions, Consulates and Trade
       Missions require a letter of undertaking from Wits University stating that a
       student will not be taking the place of a South African citizen and that the
       University will inform the Department of Home Affairs should the student
       discontinue his/her studies. While this is not necessary according to the
       regulations; if you require such a document, the WIO will be able to facilitate
       this request.
5.2.2 ENDORSEMENT TO STUDY PART TIME
       New interpretations of the regulations have been issued to the conditions of
       part- time studies on a work permit. If you are a holder of a Work or Business
       permit you may apply for an endorsement to study part-time.
       The endorsement will only be valid for the period of the holder’s prospective
       Business or Work permits.
       To apply for the endorsement you will need to:
       o Complete form BI1739
       o Form to be completed in black ink only
       o There is no cost for the endorsement
       o Letter of acceptance/firm offer letter from the University
       o Original Passport and Work Permit
       o Proof of Medical Aid
       o Proof of finance
       o Confirmation of employment letter
Your application for extension of a study permit needs to be signed and stamped
by a representative in the Wits International Office before it is submitted to the
Department of Home Affairs. Though the WIO will make copies of these documents
for your student file, it is advised that you retain a set of the documents for your own
records.
5.2.3 EXTENSION OF A STUDY PERMIT
       The following should be submitted to the Department of Home Affairs:
       1. BI1739 form (R425.00 – application fee)
       2. Form to be completed in black ink only
       3. Spouse ID & Marriage Certificate
       4. Proof of Registration with an Institution
            a. letter from faculty to include current year of study and end date of
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            when the permit is to be extended to
                                                            5. Proof of Payment of Tuition Fees
                                                            6. Proof of Funds Available (balance to reflect tuition and living allowance
                                                                for the year)
                                                            7. Proof of a South African based Medical Aid Cover
                                                            8. Police Clearance or Proof thereof if longer than one year in the
                                                                Republic of South Africa
                                                            9. Proof of Repatriation Deposit Paid
                                                            10. Proof of Guardianship for Minor if Applicable
                                                            11. Passport (Original)
                                                            12. Apply within a minimum of 30 days before Permit Expires
                                                            Your application for extension of a study permit needs to be signed by a
                                                            representative in the Wits International Office before it is submitted to the
                                                            Department of Home Affairs. Though the WIO will make copies of these
                                                            documents for your student file, it is advised that you retain for your own
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                                                            records.
                                                            PLEASE NOTE:
                                                            The holder of a study permit for studies at a higher education institution may
                                                            conduct part-time work for a period not exceeding 20 hours per week during
                                                            term and full time when the University is closed.
                                                            Contact details for Department of Home Affairs in Johannesburg:
                                                            77 Harrison Street, Johannesburg, Tel: +27 (0)11 639 4000
                                                     5.2.4 CHANGING OF CONDITIONS OF A STUDY PERMIT
                                                            A change of conditions of a study permit refers to a situation where you hold
                                                            a valid study permit with a condition to study at another institution in the
                                                            Republic other than the one you are applying to, in this instance Wits University.
                                                            This is usually the case of learners and students studying at South African
                                                            high schools, colleges and other academic institutions and their permits would
                                                            therefore be endorsed with a condition to study at institutions in any of the
                                                            categories above. In order to register at Wits University the permit will need
                                                            to be endorsed for the applicant to study “at the University of the Witwatersrand”.
                                                            Application for change of conditions of a study permit constitutes a new
                                                            application of a study permit. Though the applicant will need to complete a
                                                            separate form, the requirements are the same as for the initial application
                                                            of a study permit. These forms are not available on the internet.
                                                            They can only be collected at any of the South African Visa Issuing Authorities
                                                            (Home Affairs Offices, Consulates or Embassies).
                                                            Refer to Section 5.2.1 on ‘HOW TO APPLY FOR A STUDY PERMIT’ on
                                                            page 7 to read about application requirements.
                                                 5.3 REFUGEES
                                                 A Refugee is a foreign national who has refugee status accorded by the United Nations
                                                 High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), has a South African identity book which is
                                                 stamped as refugee status, and is normally valid for two years until permanent status is
                                                 awarded. If not, accorded status reverts to ‘Asylum Seeker’. The Refugee Act, Act No.
                                                 130 of 1998 (Section 27) provides refugee students the right to study without a study
                                                 permit.
                                                 No medical aid cover is legally required, however it is recommended.

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5.4 ASYLUM SEEKERS
An Asylum Seeker is a person in possession of a valid permit issued under the Immigration
Act, Act No. 13 of 2002 (Section 13) Department of Home Affairs.
No medical aid cover is legally required, however it is recommended,
Please Note: Registered students are legally required to update their records with
the Wits International Office each time they renew their permit. If the expiry date
lapses, this may result in an automatic deregistration.
5.5 DIPLOMATS
Children of diplomatic staff under the age of 23 years are exempt from a study permit and
they pay local tuition and related international levies.
Spouses of diplomatic staff do not automatically qualify for exemptions from a study
permit. Foreign Affairs will consider each application on its merits.




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These concessions are only for the period the Diplomat is in office in the Republic of South
Africa. These benefits are not transferable. Once the Diplomat’s service ends in South
Africa, the student automatically reverts to regular international student status as per their
citizenship for which all relevant inter national fees will be applicable.
5.6 PRACTICAL TRAINING PERMIT
This is a permit issued with a study permit enabling a student to work towards the
completion of his/her programme (degree). This work must be study related. No other
work is allowed.
A student on a practical training permit may not be paid in any way at all.
The permit is obtainable when applying for the initial study permit. The Faculty needs to
provide you with a letter indicating that you will be required to work towards the completion
of your programme (degree) in order for you to be issued with this permit. Please note
that there is a fee payable to obtain a training permit.
Doctors who are Registrars at the Faculty of Health Sciences, in the past an endorsement
was issued, due to new interpretation by the Department of Home Affairs we advise that
you contact the WIO for the latest interpretation.
5.7 BLOCK RELEASE STUDENTS
These are students who attend university for a period of less than three consecutive
months. These students may enter South Africa on a visitor’s visa and are therefore not
required to obtain a study permit. Block release students are also exempted from the
requirement of medical aid cover.
Please Note: Registered students are legally required to update their records with
the Wits International Office each time they enter the Republic of South Africa to
continue their Block Release programme.




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                   6. MEDICAL AID

                   In terms of the Immigration Act No. 13 of 2002 as Amended and its Regulations any
                   prospective student to the Republic of South Africa, must provide proof of medical cover
                   with a medical scheme registered in terms of the Medical Schemes Act, 1998 Act 131 of
                   1998.
                   Although some insurance products may be accepted to secure a study visa, be they
                   South African or otherwise, the University of the Witwatersrand only accepts South African
                   Medical Aid products approved in terms of the Medical Aid Schemes Act referred to above.
                   To comply with the regulations, the University requires proof of full Medical Aid cover with
                   a South African based medical aid scheme for the full calendar year, until 31 December
                   of that year. Such cover must cover the minimum of hospitalisation, emergencies and
                   day-to-day cover including medicine and doctor’s visits.
                   It is thus advisable to make the necessary financial arrangements for the medical aid cover
                   prior to your entry into South Africa. Should you rely on sponsorship, please ensure that
                   you advise your sponsor of this requirement as soon as you get sponsorship or acceptance.
                   It is not sufficient for any student to produce a letter indicating medical cover sponsorship.
                   The sponsor must organise payment for the required medical aid cover directly to the
                   Medical Aid Company, separate to that of the tuition fees.
                   Students will not receive a Clearance Certificate unless they can show proof of a valid and
MEDICAL AID




                   comprehensive medical aid cover, without a Clearance Certificate they cannot register at
                   the Institution.
                   Medical Aid with weekly consulting hours at Wits Campus

                    COMPANY                         WEB ADDRESS                   CONTACT NUMBER
                    Ingwe Health                    www.ingwehealth.co.za         0860 102 493/+27 12 671 8511


                   The above products have guaranteed that cancellation of coverage will not be refunded without
                   written communication from the Wits International Office confirming the student’s deregistration
                   status.
                   For more details about all Medical Aid providers in South Africa, contact:
                    COMPANY                         WEB ADDRESS                       CONTACT NUMBER
                    SA Medical Scheme               www.medicalschemes.com            0861 123 267


                   Purchase of other SA Medical Aid products will have to be accompanied with the same
                   guarantee, paid up until 31 December and membership to such product will not be
                   cancelled without written confirmation from the Wits International Office.




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7. ACCOMMODATION

Campus Housing and Residence Life is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the
University's residence programme, including accommodation and meals, and the
provision of recreational facilities and programmes for the improved academic performance
and the holistic development of students within a residential environment.
The Central Accommodation Office on the Ground Floor of Senate House deals with
all enquiries regarding student accommodation. This office is also responsible for
limited staff and visitor accommodation, as well as conference information.
HOW TO APPLY FOR ACCOMMODATION IN A WITS RESIDENCE
•   New students to the University or first time residence applicants:
    1. Simply tick the box on your general application form that enquires whether
       you wish to apply for accommodation. NB: The closing date for all Undergraduate
       student applications is 31 August and for Postgraduate student application
       is 30 September each year. Late applications will not be accepted.
    2.   You will then be sent a comprehensive residence questionnaire to complete
         and return with your residence application fee.
    3.   If you are offered University accommodation, a refundable deposit of R660,00




                                                                                                    ACCOMMODATION
         must be paid as confirmation of your acceptance of a place in residence. This
         deposit must be paid within the stipulated time after you have been offered
         a place in residence. All applicants need to pay the deposit regardless of
         whether or not they have a bursary. The deposit slip must be retained and
         must be shown to the residence accommodation officer when you register at
         your residence.
    4.   Before admission to a residence, an international student will be required
         to pay 100% of his/her residence fees for the year.
    5.   Bursary students must provide proof of their bursary upon registration.
•   Students who are presently at Wits, but not residing in residence:
    1. Application forms can be obtained from the Central Accommodation Office
        in Senate House.
    2.   Complete the form and return it to the Central Accommodation Office by the
         closing date (31 August).
    3.   Upon receiving an offer of a place in residence, pay your R660.00 deposit into
         your student fees account, as confirmation of your acceptance of the place.
         (if this deposit is not paid within 21 days of offer, the offer will be withdrawn.)
•   Students currently residing in residence:
    1. Readmission to University accommodation for a subsequent year is not
        automatic. A student's academic and disciplinary records are taken into
        account when readmission applications are considered.
    2.   Application forms for readmission are available from the accommodation
         officer in your residence and must be completed and returned by 30 September.
    3.   Should you wish to transfer to another residence this may also be indicated
         on your readmission form, however, you should also ensure that your name
         is on the waiting list of the residence to which you wish to transfer.
    4.   Late applications will not be accepted.
For on-campus information - E-mail: accommodation@residence.wits.ac.za
For off-campus alternative information - E-mail: gita.patel@wits.ac.za                         14
                                            8 . A C A D E M I C I N F O R M AT I O N

                                            8.1 FULL PROGRAMMES (DEGREES) OR DIPLOMAS
                                                At an undergraduate or postgraduate level please refer to Faculty specific rules
                                                and regulations.
                                            8.2 FOREIGN ELECTIVES (for students registered at a foreign university)
                                                Wits University offers you the opportunity to complete one semester (several
                                                courses) of your programme (degree) to meet the need for foreign elective course at
                                                your home University.
                                            8.3 STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMME
                                                The Study Abroad Programme at Wits University furthers your opportunity to develop
                                                relevant career skills. The outstanding academic history, international nature and
                                                diversity of the Wits community offers you an excellent academic and socio-cultural
                                                experience.
A C A D E M I C I N F O R M AT I O N




                                                A number of study abroad courses (±5 months) in specific fields of excellence within
                                                the University are available. These are especially designed for the needs of foreign
                                                students who wish to enjoy learning in a culturally diverse community and also receive
                                                a transfer of credit.
                                            8.4 VISITING RESEARCHERS/POST DOCTORAL FELLOWS
                                                Researchers falling in this category are required to hold a PhD. Visiting researchers
                                                are not registered as students but have access to the library facilities at a
                                                non-refundable fee per semester. A library access card is issued by ICAM upon
                                                payment of a deposit. Please note: a visitor’s visa is required for entrance into South
                                                Africa. The host department at Wits is expected to issue the researcher with a letter
                                                of invitation stating the precise duration of the research period for the visitor’s visa
                                                to be issued.
                                            8.5 EXCHANGE STUDENTS
                                                Recognized exchange agreements exist between Wits and other universities
                                                whereby there is reciprocal exchange of students without payment of fees to
                                                the host university. Exchange students are required to obtain a study permit
                                                before being registered at Wits. A letter of invitation will be issued by the
                                                University. Exchange students are responsible for their own travel and
                                                accommodation costs.
                                            8.6 OCCASIONAL STUDENTS
                                                Occasional students are registered for a course or a number of courses in order to
                                                complete a foreign elective requirement from their home university. Students may
                                                also be completing a practical component of their programme (degree) for a period
                                                of approximately three months.
                                            8.7 RESTRICTED PROGRAMME (DEGREE)/COURSES
                                                Certain programme (degree) /courses are what we call “restricted” – that means only
                                                a limited number of students may be admitted because of limited resources. For
                                                example, in the Faculty of Health Sciences, the number of students that can be
                                                admitted for the first year of the medical programme (degree) (MBBCh) is limited
                                                because of the limited number of hospital placements available. The Faculty Office

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     or Student Enrolment Centre will inform you upon receipt of your application whether
     you have applied for a restricted programme (degree) /course, and whether you are
     required to amend your application and choose a different programme (degree)
     /course.
8.8 ENGLISH PROFICIENCY
     Wits, as an English-medium university requires that its students are proficient in
     English before they are accepted. An applicant, whether at undergraduate or
     postgraduate level, must have attained a certain level of proficiency in English, namely,
     one of the following:
     •      A pass in an examination equivalent to English at the Higher Grade (First or
            Second Language) at the South African matriculation level (or, for certain
            immigrants only, English at the Standard Grade [First Language] plus an
            A-level pass in the immigrant's home language);




                                                                                                       A C A D E M I C I N F O R M AT I O N
     •      A pass in English Language at the GCSE/GCE/IGSCE Ordinary level
            (or equivalent examination);
     •      A pass in the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) with a
            score of at least 7.0. Information, including application forms and dates when
            tests are held, may be obtained from the British Council at the British Embassy
            or Consulate in your country, or at the British Council in Johannesburg:
            Ground Floor, Forum 1, Braampark, 33 Hoofd Street,
            Braamfontein, Tel: +27 11 718 4300, Fax: +27 11 718 4400,
            E-mail: information@britishcouncil.org.za

          The University prefers the applicant to take the IELTS, however consideration
          will be given should an applicant has a pass in TOEFL(Test of English as a
          Foreign Language) which is equivalent to the IELTS 7.0


The Wits Language School also offers English training to students who wish to improve
their language skills. The WLS is now part of the Faculty of Humanities and is closely
linked to the School of Literature and Languages Studies, which offers academic
programmes. WLS offers non-academic courses for adult learners. It offers public classes,
corporate training and private tuition. WLS takes pride in its excellent services, high quality
training programmes that have a sound research and academic framework and the quality
of its training personnel.
English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Courses are designed for foreign and second language
speakers and consist of six levels from pre- beginners to advanced level. An assessment
test determines at which level students’ would start the course.
Contact details for WLS: Wits Language School, Wits University,
Private Bag X3, PO Box 2050, Johannesburg, South Africa ,
Tel: +27 11 717-4208, Fax: +27 11 717-4219
E-mail: wls@wits.ac.za Website: www.witslanguageschool.com




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                                              9 . F I N A N C I A L I N F O R M AT I O N

                                              9.1 FEES
                                                  All international students (those who are not South African citizens or who do not
                                                  have permanent residence status in South Africa) are required by the Department of
                                                  Home Affairs to provide proof of available funds for the full tuition fee for the academic
                                                  year prior to receiving their study permit.
                                                  All International students pay an annual non-refundable International Registration
                                                  Fee (IRF). Refer to the table below for the applicable IRF.

                                                      All fees are due and must be paid in full (Excludes Refugees) before an International
                                                      Clearance is issued by the Wits International Office. Without an International
                                                      Clearance certificate you will not be able to register for your studies.

                                              FEE STRUCTURE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - 2011
                                                                                   UNDERGRADUATE                              POSTGRADUATE
                                              SADC & Rwanda                        Local tuition fees + R3 630                  Local tuition fees + R3 630
                                              (Full Time, Occasional
                                              and Part Time)
F I N A N C I A L I N F O R M AT I O N




                                                                                   Faculty of Engineering R87 580
                                                                                   & the Built                                Registration           Registration
                                              Students outside                     Environment and the                        in January             in July
                                              of SADC & Rwanda                     Faculty of Science

                                                                                   Faculty of Health            R152 400
                                                                                   Sciences
                                                                                                                              Local tuition   Local tuition
                                                                                   All other faculties          R81 190        fees + R18 630 fees + R9 320
                                              Refugees                             Pay local tuition only                     Pay local tuition only
                                                                                   (on South African terms)                   (on South African terms)
                                              Asylum Seekers                       Local tuition fees + R3 630                  Local tuition fees + R3 630
                                              Diplomats & their                    Local tuition fees + R3 630                  Local tuition fees + R3 630
                                              dependents stationed
                                              in South Africa1

                                              Part Time and Non Degree Local tuition fees + R3 630                              Local tuition fees + R3 630
                                              Programme Certificates
                                              & Diplomas, etc.2

                                              Study Abroad/                        R43 520 per semester                       R43 520 per semester
                                              Occasional International
                                              Students

                                              International Wits                   Local tuition fees + R3 630                  Local tuition fees + R3 630
                                              employees and their
                                              dependents3
                                              1 Diplomats & their dependants stationed in the Republic of South Africa – Local fees and the R3630 apply whilst
                                                diplomatic status is valid. Such benefits are not transferable and proof is required each year; when diplomatic status
                                                ends, the student will revert to their nationality status and all regular international fees will apply accordingly.
                                              2 Subject to WIO verification of full time visa status and verification with Faculty of part-time academic program.
                                              3   Fees are managed via a CLTD application process for permanent employees of the University.
                                              Fee Structure for International Affiliates
                                              All visiting international students and academics who are not registering for degree courses but wish
                                              to be affiliated to Wits whilst pursuing their own research towards studies at their own university will
                                              pay fees, in advance, as follows: R1 570 per month or R18 150 per annum.
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9.2 HOW TO PAY
   Payments to the University can be made in the form of a bank draft issued in South
   African currency of “ZAR” and made payable to the University of the Witwatersrand,
   Johannesburg, or by electronic transfer into the following accounts:
   9.2.1 UNDERGRADUATE
          •   For the application fee: Standard Bank; Braamfontein branch; branch
              code: 004805; account number: 200 346 385. Please fax proof of payment
              to Student Enrolment Centre (SEnC) at +27 11 717 1299. Use your person
              number as the reference if you already have one.
          •   For fees and the annual International Registration fee:
              Standard Bank; Braamfontein branch; branch code: 004805; account
              number: 002 891 697. Swift code is SBZAZAJJ. The person number must
              be used as the reference. Please fax proof of payment to +27 11 717 4918




                                                                                                  F I N A N C I A L I N F O R M AT I O N
          •   If you are in South Africa: cash payment can be made either at the Fees
              Office at Wits University or at any Standard Bank branch; Braamfontein
              branch; branch code: 004805; account number: 002 891 697. If fees are
              transferred electronically please quote your person number as the reference.
          •   By credit card: telephone the Fees Office at +27 11 717 1544/43/42 and
              fax the details to +27 11 717 4918, or visit the University in person.
              Downloadable form for credit card payment is available on the website:
              www.wits.ac.za
   Students will not be registered for programmes (degrees) if they do not pay their fees
   in full, including accommodation fees, prior to registration or have evidence of
   sponsorship. For more information call +27 11 717 1530
   9.2.2 POSTGRADUATE
          •   For the application fee: Standard Bank; Braamfontein branch; branch
              code: 004805; account number: 200 346 385. Please fax proof of payment
              to the respective faculty into which you are applying. Use your person
              number as the reference if you already have one.
          •   For fees and the annual International Postgraduate Registration fee:
              Standard Bank; Braamfontein branch; branch code: 004805; account
              number: 002 891 697. Swift code is SBZAZAJJ. The person number must
              be used as the reference. Please fax proof of payment to +27 11 717 4918
          •   If you are in South Africa: cash payment can be made either at the Fees
              Office at Wits University or at any Standard Bank branch; Braamfontein
              branch; branch code: 004805; account number: 002 891 697. If fees are
              transferred electronically please quote your person number as the reference.
          •   By credit card: telephone the Fees Office at +27 11 717 1544/43/42 and
              fax the details to +27 11 717 4918, or visit the University in person.
              Downloadable form for credit card payment is available on the website:
              www.wits.ac.za



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                                                 Students will not be registered for programmes (degrees) if they do not pay their fees
                                                 in full, including accommodation fees, prior to registration or have evidence of
                                                 sponsorship.
                                              CATEGORIES THAT PAY INTERNATIONAL FEES
                                                 • International Students who are married to SA Citizens or Permanent Residents
                                                   – pay international fees until they themselves have obtained SA citizenship or
                                                   permanent residency
                                                 • International Students who are in same sex marriages to SA Citizen or
                                                   permanent residents – pay international fees until they themselves have obtained
                                                   SA Citizenship or permanent residency
                                                 • International Students who are in life partnerships with SA Citizen or permanent
                                                   residents – pay international fees until they themselves have obtained SA
                                                   Citizenship or permanent residency
F I N A N C I A L I N F O R M AT I O N




                                                 • International Students who pay SA taxes – e.g. contract workers or temporary
                                                   residents. The criterion of paying tax in South Africa does not change your
                                                   immigration status and as such it is not sufficient for a reduction in international
                                                   fees
                                                 • International Students who pay SADC Taxes – paying tax per se in a SADC
                                                   country does not change your immigration status and as such it is not a sufficient
                                                   condition for exemption from international fees.
                                                 • SA & SADC Temporary Residents – If there is an expiry visa date and if they are
                                                   required to renew residence status periodically, then such individuals are not
                                                   permanent residents of the country and do not qualify to pay local fees.
                                                 • SA Permanent Resident Applicants under Review (including those married
                                                   to SA resident / citizen) – there is no guarantee that permanent residence status
                                                   will be granted. Until such status is granted, International Fees apply. Note that
                                                   immigration status at registration determines the annual fees.
                                                 If you are granted permanent residence status during the course of your year of study,
                                                 your citizenship details must be updated at the Wits International Office.
                                                 However, your fees paid at the beginning of the year will not be refunded or amended.
                                                 The new fees will only apply in the next academic year.




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10. FINANCIAL AID

Financial aid (bursaries/loans) from the University
is not available for international undergraduate
students.
A graduate student registered for full-time study
may be eligible for a postgraduate merit award
(which is given on the basis of academic
excellence). Students who qualify are expected
to complete six hours of departmental duties.
Application forms for a postgraduate merit award
or a postgraduate bursary may be obtained from
the Financial Aid & Scholarships Office.
Completed application forms must be returned
to the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office by
30 September in the year prior to intended
registration. Applications received after this date
will only be dealt with on the basis of any remaining
funds that may be available.




                                                             FINANCIAL AID
Note that a university postgraduate merit award
or postgraduate scholarship alone is not sufficient
to cover all the costs of a student’s living expenses
and students are advised to make arrangements
for alternative sources of funding.
See: www.witsac.za/prospective/postgraduate
for more information.




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                                                      1 1 . U N D E R G R A D U A T E I N F O R M AT I O N

                                                      The Student Enrolment Centre (SEnC) handles the undergraduate admissions in the
                                                      University.
                                                      11.1 APPLICATION PROCEDURE
                                                          • Students should submit the following documents as soon as possible to
                                                            the Student Enrolment Centre:
                                                          • A COMPLETED APPLICATION FORM AND THE NON–REFUNDABLE
                                                            APPLICATION FEE OF R600.00 (in the form of a bank draft made payable
                                                            to the University of the Witwatersrand, in the South African currency);
                                                      In the case of school-leavers:
                                                          • Correctly certified copies of your current educational qualifications.
U N D E R G R A D U A T E I N F O R M AT I O N




                                                          • A detailed Mathematics syllabus of the last two years in school may be required
                                                            in certain instances.
                                                          • Sworn English translations of documents are required.
                                                          • Students who are yet to write their final exams, should submit their most
                                                            recent school report.
                                                      In the case of an applicant with university experience:
                                                      Applicants who are attending, or have attended, a university outside the
                                                      Republic of South Africa, must submit an academic transcript that covers the period
                                                      of study, especially if they intend on being granted exemption from
                                                      courses at the University.
                                                      PLEASE NOTE:
                                                          • APPLICANTS IN THE FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCE MUST HOLD THE GCE
                                                            ‘A’ LEVEL OR HIGSCE, THE INTERNATIONAL BACCALOUREATE OR THE
                                                            GERMAN ARBITUR.
                                                      For more detailed information on undergraduate admissions and faculty specific information,
                                                      refer to the Student Enrolment Centre (SEnC) booklet or website: www.wits.ac.za.
                                                      PLEASE NOTE:
                                                          • ALL FEE STRUCTURES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE ON A YEARLY BASIS.
                                                          • DO NOT WAIT FOR YOUR MATRICULATION EXEMPTION CERTIFICATE
                                                            BEFORE APPLYING FOR ADMISSION TO THE UNIVERSITY.
                                                      Once an applicant has submitted the documents, he/she will receive acknowledgement
                                                      of receipt of the application. The acknowledgement letter contains a reference number
                                                      which is known as a ‘person number’. This number should be quoted every time an
                                                      applicant contacts Wits.
                                                      A letter will be sent to an applicant once a decision is made on any one of the
                                                      programme (degree) choices. The letter gives further instructions (e.g. pay a deposit to
                                                      secure the offer of a place, or attend an interview, or write a selection test).




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• Applicants may be given aprovisional
  offer or be invited to attend an interview or a
  selection test.
• Successful applicants receive a letter offering
  a firm place, information about the registration
  and orientation programme and fees information
• Applicants must reply to firm-place letter to let
  us know whether they are coming to Wits.
Changed your mind about your course of study?
Let Student Enrolment Centre (SEnC) know
in writing what your new programme (degree) is




                                                           U N D E R G R A D U A T E I N F O R M AT I O N
(do not submit a new application form).
PLEASE NOTE:
Check with SEnC to make sure applications are
still open for your new programme (degree).
Completed application forms for admission to the
University should be sent to:
The Student Enrolment Centre, Private Bag 4
WITS, 2050, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Email: admission.senc@wits.ac.za,
Website: www.wits.ac.za – click on
‘undergraduate’.
Tel: +27 11 717 1030 for more information,
Fax: +27 11 717 1299.
11.2 CLOSING DATES FOR UNDERGRADUATE
SUBMISSION
For closing dates for submission of application
form, please refer to the Student Enrolment Centre
(SEnC) booklet or website: www.wits.ac.za




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