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Fees

Fees are set by the University Council during October or November each year.  The exact fees will be published in the fees booklet sent to all students in December.  If you are offered an academic place at the University you will be asked to pay a non-refundable deposit to book your academic place and residence (if required).  The deposit will be credited to your account when you register.  Full details of the amount due will be detailed in the letter of offer.

MERIT AWARDS (SOUTH AFRICAN APPLICANTS ONLY)

Merit awards are calculated on your results obtained in the final Matric Examinations and will be automatically credited to your fees account after registration (in other words, you do not need to apply for this award). The Merit Awards for 2020 are calculated as follows:

PLEASE NOTE THAT FOREIGN STUDENTS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR MERIT AWARDS.

OLD RHODIAN BURSARIES

South African NSC Candidates                              South African candidates with foreign                                                                                         

APS

Humanities and Commerce

Science and Pharmacy

 53-56 points

Full Tuition

Full Tuition

51-52 points

R35 251

Full Tuition

49-50 points

R33 779

R33 779

47-48 points

R29 940

R29 940

APS

Humanities and Commerce

Science and Pharmacy

>=48 points

Full Tuition

Full Tuition

46-47 points

R35 251

Full Tuition

44-45 points

R33 779

Full Tuition


I f you are the son or daughter of an Old Rhodian you may request an application form for an Old Rhodian Bursary directly from the Financial Aid Office. There are no restrictions on family gross income for these bursaries, however, a means test is applied to determine the most needy applicants. Applications from students undertaking postgraduate studies will only be considered should funds permit. The closing date for applications is 15th March.

Last Modified: Thu, 23 May 2019 11:30:17 SAST