University of Zululand Fees Structure 2022/2023

By | February 24, 2022

University of Zululand Fees Structure 2022/2023

University of Zululand Fees Structure 2022/2023 – Read full details below:

To learn about fees such as application feeadmission fee, tuition, and scholarships for University of Zululand 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 Zululand. 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.

 

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FEE CLEARANCE

1.1 Outstanding Fees

Returning students must ensure that all outstanding fees up to 31 December 2019 are paid in full prior to registration.

Fees for Academic Year must be paid as follows:

Minimum Initial Payments (only non-funded students) to be paid before registration as an Optional Payment.

30 June  – 50% of outstanding fees (annual registrations) or 100% of fees if registered for semester 1 only;

30 November  – Total balance outstanding must be settled.

Failing which, examination results may be withheld or registration for the 2nd semester may be refused.

1.2Financial Appeals for Registration (Payment Plans)

Students who are not able to meet any of the above, may, only as a last resort, apply for payment arrangements in which case 50% of debt needs to be settled.

Continuing students with any debt of up to R10 000 may be allowed to register for the new academic year but will be required to clear the “old debt” within 6 months.

Applications for payment plans are made on-campus at the Student Accounts Offices and University notices are sent out informing students of applicable dates. Students defaulting on any of the arrangements/undertakings may be de-registered and/or refused registration for the second semester.

 

TUITION FEES

Fees are charged per module on a semester basis for undergraduate students. Tuition fees include laboratory fees and examination fees (excluding re-examination fees), library subscriptions, student facilities and personal accident insurance. Charges relating to the provision of additional material, e.g. supplementary/lecture notes, field trips, practical fees, where applicable, will be raised separately, depending on the particular modules for which students are registered. Prescribed text books are explicitly excluded from the tuition fees.

IMPORTANT: PLEASE NOTE

The fees listed below are for guideline purposes only. They indicate the approximate amounts payable by students who are registered for a full year on a full-time basis. The actual fees payable by a student will depend on the specific modules for which the student has registered during the year.

In the event of an error or omission, the full fees as calculated by the University are payable.

4.1Bachelor’s Degree (per module)

Arts

R3 368

Commerce, Administration & Law

R3 368

Science and Agriculture

R3 368

Education

R2 524

4.2

Postgraduate Qualifications

Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

R12 623

Honours Degree

R12 623

4.3

Masters

Year of first registration

R6 851

Each subsequent year thereafter

R3 689

4.4

Doctorates

Year of first registration

R6 851

Each subsequent year thereafter

R3 689

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5.MISCELLANEOUS FEES

Miscellaneous fees are charged for specific purposes and are used to support the services charged.

Special or Re-examination

R310

Exemption

R60

Re-marking fees

R210

Certified statements

R60

Academic record

R50

Advanced statement for degrees

R60

Recognition of module fees

R90

Duplicate of certificates

R460

Graduation in absentia

R310

6. RESIDENCE FEES

Prices quoted are averages for residence.

6.1 On-campus (KwaDlangezwa)

New East Residence

R28 552

Double Room-Nqubeko

R20 332

Double Room-Siqalo

R17 561

Single Room-Old Residence

R15 300

Double Room-Old Residence

R13 768

Common Room-3 sleeper

R11 864

Common Room-4 sleeper

R10 397

Common Room-5 sleeper

R9 232

Common Room-6 sleeper

R8 599

Sub-F

R12 092

Notes:

University of Zululand (University of Zululand do not have any third party school fees payment method, all fees must be paid using the recommended medium of payment by the institution. If you’re ever in doubt about University of Zululand fees payment, be sure to contact the institution.

Please consider the safety of our cashiers and make direct bank payment instead of cash payments at the campus. Use the student number as reference.

Contact Address of University of Zululand

For more information and enquiries, contact the University of Zululand below:

 

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