University of the Western Cape UWC Fees Structure 2022

By | February 28, 2022

University of the Western Cape UWC Fees Structure 2022/2023

University of the Western Cape UWC Fees Structure – Read details below:

To learn about fees such as application feeadmission fee, tuition, and scholarships for University of the Western Cape UWC Programs, read full details below. If you have questions after reviewing this information, you may contact the Institute’s Admissions Office for more details.

The fees structure supports:

  • Facilities, programs, and services that promote student involvement and that are complementary to, but not part of, instructional programs.
  • Supports operating and capital expenses for services related to the physical and psychological health and well-being of students, social and cultural activities and programs.
  • Services related to campus life and campus community, and educational and career support services.

These policies and procedures are applicable to all students who officially register for programs at University of the Western Cape UWC. The institute reserves the right to change fees without prior notice to the student. However, fee changes are subject to approval by the Governing Council.

 

University of the Western Cape UWC Fee Structure 2022/2023

Prescribed Undergraduate Fees By program

Tuition fees are charged per module within a prescribed program. Students, who register for more or fewer modules than prescribed, will be charged accordingly.

RAND
BA (S/W), BSc (Phys), BSc (Occ.Ther), BNurs,

etc

R35,784 – R49,803 Per annum
BSc and BPharm R39,046 – R43,225 Per annum
Geology II and III R39,308 Per annum
B.Ch. D I or V R64,564 Per annum
Oral Health

Advanced Diploma in Public Administration Higher Certificate in Economic Development

R41,534

R44,380 – R51,756 R32,882

Per annum

Per annum Per annum

 

 

   Prescribed Postgraduate Fees By program/Module – Dentistry                                  

RAND
Postgraduate Diploma in Dentistry R18,263 Per program
*Postgraduate Diploma in Sedation & Pain Control Per program
R35,784
*Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry R33,035 Per program
*Postgraduate Diploma in Implantology R38,806 Per program
 

*M.Sc (Dent) (Clinical)

 

R100,086

 

Per program

M.Sc (Dent.) (by Coursework &/or by Research) Per program
R40,038
*MChD (Orthodontics, Prosthodontics, Oral

Medicine & Periodontology, Maxillo Facial & Oral Surgery)

 

R133,862

 

Per program

MChD (Community Dentistry/Oral Pathology) R59,568 Per program
PhD R40,038 Per program
DSc (Odont) R40,038 Per program
Individual or repeated Module (Per Module) R16,278 Per module

* Includes fees for the clinical and material components.

All postgraduate students in Dentistry are required to pay 50% of their full tuition fees at registration in their first year of study. The balance of the fee must be paid by 31 July of the same year.

In each year thereafter, Masters and Doctoral students must renew their registration annually by paying the normal prescribed registration fee.

The prescribed maximum completion period for the PDD, BSc Hons (Dental Science) and MSc (Dent) programmes is two years. For the MChD it is four years (except MFOS which is five) and for the PhD it is six years. For continued enrolment beyond the prescribed completion period, students are liable for 20% of the prescribed programme fees of the current year.

Prescribed Postgraduate Fees By Programme/Module – Other                                        
RAND
Honours in Information Systems and

Biokinetics

R38,522- R48,309 Full programme
Honours in Geology R39,537 Full programme
Honours in Science R39,308 Full programme
Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) R36,035 Per programme
Master’s in Public Administration R46,290 Per programme
Master’s in Administration R46,290 Per programme
Postgraduate Diploma in Land and Agrarian

Studies

 

R37,038

 

Per programme

LL. M/ M Phil and Postgraduate Diploma n

Law

Per module p.a.
R15,743
M Phil in Water Studies

Master’s in Clinical Pharmacy

R45,527

R52,890

Per programme

Per programme

All other Honours programmes (Fees charged

per module)

 

R36,024

 

Per programme

All other Masters R39,777 Per programme
All other Doctorates R39,777 Per programme

 

Masters (Research) and Doctoral students are required to pay their full tuition fees in their first year of study.

Masters and Doctoral students renewing their registration in order to submit a thesis for examination will pay the normal registration fee only.

From the 4th and subsequent enrolments for Masters and the, 6th and subsequent enrolment for Doctoral degrees, students are liable for 20% of the prescribed programme fees of the current year.

RESIDENCE FEES – SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTS
RESIDENCE FEES
UWC RESIDENCE SINGLE

ROOM

DOUBLE

ROOM

ON CAMPUS Cecil Esau, Cassinga, Coline Williams Basil February & Ruth First R 26,153 R 22,063
Eduardo Dos Santos R 27,275 R 22,063
Hector Peterson R 33,610 R 28,544
Chris Hani, Liberty R 30,912 R 27,536
OFF CAMPUS Gorvalla R 31,921 R 28,544
Disa Court R 32,737 R 26,085
Kwik Bake R 36,318 R 33,156
Caltex R 34,685

Full-time South African students who have been allocated residence must pay R4 840 (which includes registration fees) towards their fees on registration.

 

 

RESIDENCE SINGLE

ROOM- SMALL

SINGLE

ROOM- MEDIUM

SINGLE

ROOM- LARGE

OFF

CAMPUS

River Park apartments R 35,041 R 36,011 R38,557

Each apartment has three rooms with a shared kitchen and shared bathroom facilities. The apartments are situated in a secure complex approximately 10km from UWC’s main campus  (a shuttle operates between the complex and UWC). Full-time South African students who have been allocated residence must pay a deposit up front.

DUE DATES FOR THE PAYMENT OF TUITION FEES

The applicable tuition fee payment dates are:

Payment Due date Prescribed minimum payment
Initial non-resident At registration R 4,290
Initial resident At registration R 4,840
Interim On or before 30 April 2022 50% of total account
Final On or before 31 July 2022 Remaining balance
NB!!
  1. The University reserves the right to charge interest at the lending rate charged by its bank calculated monthly on overdue
  2. A service levy may be charged on all defaulted / Dishonored
  3. Dishonored or fraudulent payments may result in de-registration.
  4. Dishonored or fraudulent bursaries may result in de-registration.

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