Category Archives: Fees

How do I pay Monash fees?

When fees are due, you’ll receive a document advising you of the amount and due date. This will be in the form of one of the following: fees statement (also available in the Web Enrolment System) application form International Student Course Agreement. Scam warning To protect yourself from fraudsters and scams, pay using only the methods… Read More »

How much is the application fee at Monash University?

Applying to Monash UniversityMonash University usually charges a AU$100 application fee. Study Options can waive this for qualified applicants, so please do not enter any payment details on the form when applying to Monash with Study Options. How to applyComplete this form on screen, or print and complete it. Please email the completed formand scans… Read More »

Monash university fees

Due to the wide range of courses available at Monash, we can’t publish the fees for all courses and units here. There are two ways to check course fees. Course fee calculator 2021 International student fee calculator 2021 International student fee calculator Course fee listings All course fees are listed in Find a course. The… Read More »

Get the post Graduate Tuition fees here

Average tuition fees

Note that the amounts listed below may exclude fees related to textbooks, study notes, excursions and lab fees to highlight a few.

Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management

QualificationFees
BComR47830 – 53940
BEconSciR47310 – 48910
BAccSciR53740
LLBR42140

Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment

QualificationFees
BASR59530
BEngSc(BME)R58200
BEngSc(Digital Arts)R51650
BSc(CS)R75240
BSc(CS) in the field of Property StudiesR61960
BSc(Eng)R54000
BSc(URP)R61180
Additional Costs

Students must make provision for essential items that may include:

  • Drawing kit
  • Drawing board
  • Books and stationery
  • Calculator
Computer Fee charges are raised as follows:

School of Architecture and Planning:

YearAmount
– 1st Year R2 418
– 2nd YearR2 418
– 3rd YearR2 418

School of Construction Economics and Management:

YearAmount
– 1st Year R2 418
– 2nd YearR2 418
– 3rd YearR2 418
All other Engineering Schools:
  • School of Chemical & Metallurgy Engineering
  • School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • School of Electrical and Information Engineering
  • School of Mechanical, Aeronautical and Industrial Engineering
  • School of Mining Engineering
YearAmount
– 1st Year R1 325
– 2nd YearR1 895
– 3rd YearR3095
– 4th YearR3095
Electronic Response Course Charges
Year of Study 1
DegreeAmount
BEngScR550
BSc(Eng)R550
BSc(CS)R550
BSc(PS)R550

Faculty of Health Sciences

QualificationFees
BDSR64600
MBBChR64550
BNursR48130
BPharmR46920
BHScR62930
BSc(OT)R56320
BSc(Physiotherapy)R55360
BCMPR56290
BOHScR47810

Faculty of Humanities

QualificationFees
BAR43220-56920
Bachelor of AudiologyR53470
BA Digital ArtsR47440
BA(Theatre and Performance)R46800
BA(Fine Arts)R55160
BA(Performing and Visual Arts)R46800-50420
BA(Film and Television)R47600
BMusR47760
B(Social Work)R51870
Bachelor of Speech-Lang PathR53470
BEd FTR39140
BEd PTR29210
Pearson Computer Laboratory Charges

Bachelor of Arts

Year of Study 1R157
Year of Study 2R157
Year of Study 3R157

Faculty of Science 

QualificationFees
BScR48110-59310

Get the post Graduate Tuition fees here Average tuition fees Note that the amounts listed below may exclude fees related to textbooks, study notes, excursions and lab fees to highlight a few. Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management Qualification Fees BCom R47830 – 53940 BEconSci R47310 – 48910 BAccSci R53740 LLB R42140 Faculty of Engineering and the… Read More »

Does Uct Require Application fee

The following guidelines may be useful when you apply to UCT: When to apply Applications open in April every year and you should try to submit an application as soon as possible after that date. Application Fees An application fee must be paid for every application, except in the case of most graduates of UCT.… Read More »

University of Cape Town fees

Application fees The relevant application fee should accompany all applications: Undergraduate and postgraduate applications from South Africa and the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region R100 Undergraduate and postgraduate applications from outside the SADC region R300 Graduate School of Business (GSB) applications from South Africa and African citizens/residents R1 750 GSB applications from outside of… Read More »

Click on the undergraduate and postgraduate links to find the approximate tuition fees for South African applicants for the first year of study in 2021, or use the fees estimator.

Please note that tuition fees are payable for each course for which a student is registered. Charges ancillary to tuition fees, such as charges for course notes or for excursion costs are not included in the amounts listed. Club memberships fees are also not listed. These additional amounts will be reflected on the student’s fee account. 

Other Costs: Students also need to budget for books, stationery and travelling costs, as well as pocket money and sundry expenses.

International students

Click here for more information on international student fees or telephone +27 (11) 717-1054 or e-mail studysa.international@wits.ac.za 

Do you need help?

Contact us on Tel: 27 (11) 717 1888 or Fax: 27 (11) 717 4918
or EmailFeesOffice.Finance@wits.ac.za

First fee payment

New and returning South African residents, SA permanent residence permit holders and refugee permit holders, are required to make a first payment of R9340 on their fees account prior to registration at the University.

Is the payment refundable?
The first fee payment is not refundable if you subsequently cancel your registration

Is everyone required to make the first payment? 
The following students do not have to pay the first fee payment:

1. NSFAS STUDENTS

Please ensure you have received confirmation from NSFAS that you have been awarded NSFAS funding, or check at www.nsfas.org.za to confirm. 

2. WITS SCHOLARSHIPS RECIPIENTS

If you have been awarded a scholarship, you do not have to pay the first fee payment. The University Entrance Scholarships are awarded on the basis of NSC matric results to current matric applicants. 

3. EXTERNAL BURSARY HOLDERS

If you are being funded by a donor or external bursary please ensure that you have contacted the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office to make sure that your donor has made arrangements to pay your fees.

Students also have the option to postpone the first fee payment by logging into the Self-Service portal and clicking on the “First Fee Payment” tab. After completion of the necessary information the first fee payment will be waived and the student may proceed with on-line registration. Please note, 100% of the total tuition fee must be paid on or before the last working day in March.

Accessing your fee account and full payment of fees

Once you have registered, a fees account is generated on self-service at https://self-service.wits.ac.za

The University may alter the payment schedules in keeping with normal accounting practices. Applicants should know, however, that at present fees are due as follows 

  • 100% of the total tuition fee must be paid on or before the last working day in March.
  • Provision is made for the monthly payment of fees – interest is charged on the balance owing.
  • International students who are offered a place must pay 75% of their fees in full before registration, and the remaining 25% by no later than the 31st of March 2021.

By any of the following methods:

  • Standard Bank account number: 002891697; Branch code: Braamfontein 004805; Account name: Wits Student Fees; Ref: Student number. Email proof of payment to feesoffice.finance@wits.ac.za 
  • You may pay at Wits at the Cashier’s Office on the main Wits campus, weekdays between 08:15 and 15:30. Wits cashiers will accept cash or credit card payments.
  • The University of the Witwatersrand regrets to inform all its applicants that the University will no longer be able to accept cheque payments. This is due to the non-acceptance of these cheques by the South African Banks, due to the high incidence of fraud
Download more information here

Do you need help?

Contact us on Tel: 27 (11) 717 1888 or Fax: 27 (11) 717 4918
or EmailFeesOffice.Finance@wits.ac.za 

Click on the undergraduate and postgraduate links to find the approximate tuition fees for South African applicants for the first year of study in 2021, or use the fees estimator. Please note that tuition fees are payable for each course for which a student is registered. Charges ancillary to tuition fees, such as charges for course notes or for excursion… Read More »

International Student fees

Undergraduate Tuition Fees per faculty

University of Pretoria Postgraduate Tuition Fees per faculty

University of Pretoria When to pay

University of Pretoria Bank Details

Summer/Winter School Fees

  • Full tuition fees and supporting levies will be charged for the Summer/Winter School modules enrolled for
  • This fee is payable immediately when you register for the module
  • Half (50%) of the student account is payable 30 April and adding Winter School modules will block exam results if not paid upon registering for them. 
  • The student account is fully payable at 31 July.  Adding Summer School modules will block exam results and registration for the next term if not paid when registering for them
  • These extra modules will impact negatively on NSFAS or other bursary living costs that are requested to be paid out

International Student fees Undergraduate Tuition Fees per faculty University of Pretoria Postgraduate Tuition Fees per faculty University of Pretoria When to pay University of Pretoria Bank Details Summer/Winter School Fees Full tuition fees and supporting levies will be charged for the Summer/Winter School modules enrolled for This fee is payable immediately when you register for the… Read More »