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1 2015 Directions for Undergraduate Applicants

2 Contents Welcome 2 PART A: PREPARING TO APPLY 3 Key dates 11 PART B: Applying online 12 My online application history 13 PART C: Submitting a paper application 14 My paper application history 17 Code tables 18 PART D: Contact details 36 PART E: Maps of UCT campus and surrounding areas 37 Apply online at Apply online if you have a working address that is not shared with another UCT applicant. Correspondence and inquiries Please address correspondence to or to: The Director of Admissions, University of Cape Town, Private Bag X3, Rondebosch, 7701, South Africa. For faculty-specific and other queries, please use the contact details in Part D. 1

3 Welcome Dear Applicant Thank you for your interest in studying at the University of Cape Town. We strive to be world class. Established in 1829, we are South Africa s oldest university, and a leading university in Africa. As a student, you will be part of a vibrant UCT community and benefit from a range of academic programmes in Commerce, Engineering & the Built Environment, Health Sciences, Humanities, Law and Science. Our undergraduate programmes benefit from the important research being undertaken in all departments. UCT has a rich mix of South African students, and we have international students from over 100 countries. We offer diversity that is worthy of celebration. The UCT educational experience is multi-dimensional. We offer outstanding sports facilities, a rich student residence experience as well as a range of student clubs, societies and sport codes that cater for many interests. This guide will help you to apply. After you apply, we will send you your applicant number. Please quote this number in all subsequent communication. Do not hesitate to contact us should you need further information. (Where you are unable to apply online you should contact us for hard copy application forms.) We are proud of our students, each of whom contributes to the vitality of UCT. We look forward to receiving your application and hope to welcome you to UCT in Mfaki-Sicelo obekekileyo, Enkosi ngomdla wakho wokufuna ukufunda kwiyunivesithi yasekapa, iziko lemfundo ephakamileyo ekumgangatho wehlabathi nelizibopheleleyo ukuba yiyunivesithi ekudidi oluphezulu e-afrika. Isekwe ngo-1829, i-uct yeyona yunivesithi indala emzantsi Afrika. Injongo yethu kukuba yeyona yunivesithi ihamba phambili ekufundiseni nakuphando, ifundisa imfundo elulutho ebomini yaye ihlangabezana nemiceli-mngeni ejongene noluntu. Njengomfundi, uza kuba yinxalenye yoluntu lwase-uct yaye uzuze kuludwe lwezidanga zemfundo esezantsi kunye neenkqubo zemfundo kwicommerce, Engineering & Built Environment, Health Sciences, Humanities, Law kunye nescience. Inenkqubo ephangaleleyo yabafundi ngabafundi bomzantsi Afrika, nangaphezulu kwe-100 lamazwe amelweyo ngabafundi ekhampasini, i-uct inika umxube wenkcubeko ezidinga ukubhiyozelwa. Ikwanika amava emfundo anabileyo. Siphinda sinikezele ngamaqonga ezemidlalo akwinqanaba eliphakamileyo, amava ahlukileyo okuhlala kwirezi kunye noludwe lweeklabhu, iimanyano nemidlalo ngemidlalo enika umdla omkhulu. Le ncwadana iza kunceda ukuzalisa isicelo sakho. Emva kokufaka isicelo, siza kukunika inombolo yesicelo sakho. Nceda uyifake le nombolo kulo lonke unxibelelwano olulandelayo oza kuthi ulenze. Ungalibazisi ukusifonela xa unokuthi ufune olunye ulwazi. Siyazingca ngabafundi abafunda apha, umfundi ngamnye unegalelo ekudlamkiseni nasekwenzeni i-uct ibaluleke. Silindele ukufumana esakho isicelo yaye sithemba ukuba siza kwamkelwa ngezandla ezishushu ngo Beste Voornemende student, Dankie vir jou belangstelling om aan die Universiteit van Kaapstad te studeer. Die Universiteit van Kaapstad strewe daarna om wêreldklas te wees. Ons is Suid Afrika se oudste universiteit (in 1829 gestig) en n toonaangewende universiteit in die vasteland van Afrika. As n student sal jy deel word van n dinamiese navorsingsgeleide instelling met n groot verskeidenheid voorgraadse programme in die Handelswetskap, Ingeneurswese & Beboude Omgewing, Gesondheidswetenskappe, Geesteswetenskappe, die Regte en Wetenskap. Ons studentegemeeskap, met sy verskeidenheid Suid Afrikaanse en buitelandse studente (uit meer as n honderd lande) bevorder n ryk en diverse leerervaring. Ons bied uistekende sportgeriewe, n wye reeks studenteklubs en verenigings, en n lewendige koshius ervaring. Hierdie gids sal jou help om jou aansoek te voltooi, maar vra gerus as jy verdere navrae het. Vir dié wat nie aanlyn aansoek kan doen nie is aansoekvorms op navraag beskikbaar. Sodra ons jou aansoek ontvang het, sal ons jou n annsoeknommer stuur wat jy in alle korrespondensie and navrae moet gebruik. Ons is trots op ons studente en die bydrae wat elkeen tot die UK gemeenskap lewer. Ons sien daarna uit om jou aansoek te ontvang en hoop om jou in 2015 hier te verwelkom. Carl Herman Director of Admissions 2

4 PART A: PREPARING TO APPLY Matriculation Matriculation means you have met the legal minimum admission requirement for degree study. This means that: your NSC has been endorsed by UMALUSI to the effect that you have met the minimum requirements for admission to bachelors degree (or if applying for a diploma, the minimum requirements for admission to diploma study) at a South African university, or your Senior Certificate has been endorsed by UMALUSI to the effect that you have met the minimum requirements for admission to degree study in a South African university; or you have a certificate of complete exemption from matriculation requirements, issued by the Matriculation Board. We set additional admission requirements over and above the minimum legal eligibility requirement. In addition to the legal minimum you must also meet the admission requirements for your programme of study. These are set out in our Prospectus. Conditional Matriculation Exemption We do not usually accept applicants with certificates of Conditional Exemption. However, we may give special consideration to applicants who qualify for Conditional Exemption. These certificates can be granted to: South Africans on the grounds of mature age, subject to minimum requirements as set by the Matriculation Board. applicants who have written a school-leaving examination other than the SA Senior Certificate immigrants applicants who have obtained certain post school qualifications Where we offer you a study place, and you intend to register at UCT in 2014, it is your responsibility to apply for the issue of the necessary conditional exemption certificate. This is done by submitting the appropriate application form, documents and fee to UCT at registration. UCT then forwards this to the Matriculation Board. You will be advised by the relevant faculty office. ELIGIBILITY FOR MATRICULATION EXEMPTION To establish if you are eligible for a matriculation exemption certificate, consult the website at or write to: THE DIRECTOR, Matriculation Board, PO Box 3854, Pretoria 0001, South Africa Tel: +27 (0) /2848 Fax: +27 (0) Admission requirements for undergraduate study Familiarise yourself with our admission criteria. Should you hold a school-leaving certificate for which admission criteria are not specified in the Undergraduate Prospectus, your application will be considered individually, taking into account your school curriculum and performance. The UCT 2015 Undergraduate Prospectus gives details of our admission requirements. Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee admission. Places are limited for reasons of capacity and this could mean that applicants who meet the minimum admission requirements do not receive an offer of a study place. National Benchmark Tests (NBTs) All undergraduate applicants who are normally resident in South Africa must write the National Benchmark Tests (NBTs), and all applicants to programmes in Health Sciences must write the NBTs. You must: register for the NBTs before you apply (online, or before you submit a paper application form); include your NBT registration number in your application; have written the NBTs by 12 October Applicants to the Faculty of Law and to those Humanities Faculty programmes where Mathematics is not a requirement, need to write only the Academic and Quantitative Literacy Test (AQL). Applicants to Commerce, Engineering & the Built Environment, Health 3

5 If you are unable to write the NBTs by 12 October 2014 you must apply to the Admissions Office before the end of September 2014 for permission to write the NBTs later. Permission will be granted only if there is evidence that you were unable to write. Please note (1) that NBTs can be written outside SA; and (2) that your application for undergraduate study may be denied if you do not write by 12 October 2014 unless you have applied for and obtained permission to write at a later date. For information on the NBTs, please either visit or call +27 (0) , or fax +27 (0) , or or write to: The Project Secretary, Centre for Education Testing and Placement, University of Cape Town, Private Bag X3, 7701 Rondebosch WHEN TO WRITE National Benchmark Tests We strongly encourage you to write the NBTs by 31 July The final date for writing the NBTs is 12 October If you are unable to write the NBTs by 12 October, please refer to the process on page 3. You do not need to submit your NBT results to UCT. We will receive these directly from the NBT Offices. Rewriting the NBTs You are allowed to rewrite the NBTs once. Should you elect to do so, the second sitting must be no later than 12 October We use the better results of each domain / test. For applicants who previously wrote the NBTs If you wrote the NBTs in 2012 or 2013, the results remain valid but you may choose to rewrite the NBTs in Please submit your NBT registration number with your application, and we will obtain your results. If you no longer have your NBT registration number, please visit in order to obtain your NBT registration number. You will need your South African identity number. How to register for the NBTs You may register online or by telephone for the NBTs. 1. Register online at After reading the general information and the FAQs, select the Register to Write tab and follow all instructions. Note that you will need your SA identity number or a foreign passport number in order to register. If you encounter problems during the registration process, call or send an to for assistance. The NBT Project is staffed from 08:00 to 18:00 weekdays and from 07:30 to 11:30 on national test days. 2. If you do not have access to the internet, call to register at the times above. 3. There is a fee for the National Benchmark Tests. English Language Proficiency The medium of instruction and examination at UCT is English. You must be proficient in English. You must have attained one of the following levels of proficiency in English: If you are a South African applicant: A pass equivalent to English at the South African National Senior Certificate level, either at Home Language or First Additional Language level. A pass equivalent to English (E symbol) at the South African Senior Certificate level If you are an international applicant for whom English is a foreign language: a stipulated score on the National Benchmark Tests (NBTs). The NBTs are offered by the Centre for Educational Testing for Admission and Placement (CETAP) and can be arranged to be taken anywhere in the world. (Visit for details) a recent score (obtained within 5 years of your application for admission) of at least 570 (paper-based test) or 230 (computer-based test) on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL); or 88 on the Internet-based TOEFL test. a recent overall band score of 7.0 (with no individual element of the test scoring below 6.0) on the International English Language Testing System (IELTS); a score on the Pearson PTE Academic test of 64. These are the minimum English language requirements. Individual faculties have higher English language requirements. Details are given in the Undergraduate Prospectus. 4

6 For information about the TOEFL (including information on how to register for the tests and dates when tests are held), applicants should contact TOEFL by visiting Information about the IELTS may be obtained from the British Council at the British Embassy or Consulate in your country. Information on IELTS is also available from the British Council, South Africa, by mail at Dunkeld Corner, 275 Jan Smuts Avenue, Dunkeld West, Johannesburg, 2196 on tel: , or fax: , or by at If you are writing a TOEFL or IELTS test you must ensure that the test score is received by our Admissions Office no later than 15 December Your comprehensive application to UCT Your UCT application is a single process, which incorporates: 1. your application for admission to an academic programme of study 2. your application for student accommodation (optional) 3. your application for student financial aid (optional) DATES BY WHICH TO APPLY Please apply as early as possible. Do not wait until the closing date, or until you have received your interim school-leaving results. Early application will increase your chances of receiving an early offer of admission and accommodation. All undergraduate applications, except for those listed below close on 30 September No late applications are accepted. Associate in Management in Management Practice No Closing date Associate in Management (AIM) 31 December 2014 Applications for admission Your application for admission to an academic programme is managed by the relevant faculty concerned. You may apply for two programmes of study, and your applications to your two choices are considered simultaneously. You may change one or both choices on or before 31 October 2014 by writing to the Admissions Office ( to: For applicants currently at school: If you are currently at school, you must include all of your latest results with your application. These include final grade 11 results, which must be submitted online (or include a copy of your final report, should you be applying on paper). For applicants currently at another tertiary institution: If you are currently studying at another institution, please include your latest transcript with your application. Do this by uploading the transcript when applying online (or include a copy of your transcript, should you be applying on paper). Ensure that you include a sworn translation of your transcript where it is not in English. For applicants who have already left school, and who may or may not have studied at a tertiary institution in the past: Please ensure that you include with your application a copy of your final results: either school results or your latest academic transcript. Applications for student accommodation Your application for student accommodation is managed by our Student Housing Admissions and Advocacy Services (SHAAS). Applications for student accommodation must be received by 30 September The application is part of the academic application process, whether on paper or online. There is one exception - AIM applicants must apply direct to the Graduate School of Business for housing. UCT has a three-tier residence system that provides different levels of services, governance and management for junior and senior students. First-tier residences provide accommodation for undergraduate men and women students who are usually under the age of 21. These residences provide students with up to three meals a day in a dining hall. Second-tier catering residences provide accommodation for undergraduate students who are usually 21 years or older, for those who are in their third year of study, and for postgraduate students. 5

7 Second-tier self-catering residences and flats are usually reserved for postgraduate students, or students who are over 21 or in their third year of study. No food services are provided. Third-tier residences provide self-catering accommodation for senior and postgraduate students. Only students applying for full-time study are considered for UCT accommodation. Applications for undergraduate financial Assistance Your application for student financial aid is managed by the Student Financial Aid Office. Only South African citizens and permanent residents applying for full-time study are eligible for financial assistance from UCT. You must indicate on your application form (online or paper) that you intend to apply for financial aid. You must complete financial aid application form and submit it with all supporting documentation to the Admissions Office by not later than 31 October The national financial aid application process may change during the course of If, by the time this change happens, you have already submitted your financial aid form, we will not require a further application from you. In addition, the manner in which we assess your application will not be affected. Submitting your portfolio for the BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURAL studies (BAS) and BACHELOR of arts in fine art (BA(FA)) 1. BAs portfolio requirements A. DRAWING 1. Choose a manufactured object: e.g. an object of any size and in any condition (new or in a state of decay). Draw the object as you see it. DO NOT DRAW THE OBJECT FROM A PHOTOGRAPH. Make an effort to show special quality of the object, e.g. its roughness or its smooth softness, manufactured property, etc. You can use any technique to draw it. Use A4 paper (210 x 297mm the size of this sheet). 2. Draw a portrait of an elderly person in his or her favourite place - this should be a real person whom you know, and a real place. Use any drawing technique and A4 size paper. Again, draw by direct observation NOT FROM A PHOTOGRAPH B. DESIGN 3. Make a design for a pattern, which could be used for example in the printing of fabric. The pattern should be based on the abstraction, repetition and /or manipulation of the manufactured object you selected for drawing exercise A1. Use A4 paper and any technique. 4. Design and make a lamp that inspires you. Pay careful attention to the material your design would be made of as well as how it would be made. Use A4 paper and any technique to draw your design ideas, rough sketches and final design. In addition to the aforementioned drawings, include photograph(s) of your built design. Please DO NOT send any original models or built lamps. You may use any material(s). 5. Design a poster advertising significant event, exhibition or conference that reflects what you consider socially relevant. Carefully judge the information that needs to be communicated as well as desired visual impact that you want to achieve. The poster must be on A3 paper (twice the size of this sheet- 420 x 297mm) and may be folded in half when sent in the post. Use any technique. 6. Using drawings only (i.e no words) and any graphic technique you like, draw for a friend how to go on a journey from your house to your favourite local place. Use one sheet of A4 paper for this. Include some of your preliminary work with each exercise. C. MOTIVATION Include a one-page written motivation in your portfolio giving reasons for wanting to study in this programme. SUPPLEMENTARY WORK You may also submit copies or photographs of any other creative work such as drawings, sketches, paintings, or made objects (e.g. ceramics, clothing, carpentry, jewellery, wirework, beadwork, etc.). Please do not submit copies of more than six such items. Do not submit any physical objects or bulky framed artwork. OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT AND RESULTS Please include together with your portfolio and written motivation, certified copies of all your most recent school results and ALL tertiary institution results if you have studied anything after high school. PLEASE NOTE The size of portfolio submissions should NOT exceed A3 (420 x 297mm). The drawings should NOT be rolled up nor put into cylindrical containers. As all official documents, e.g. academic results and transcripts, are filed, please ensure that they can be removed from your work. 6

8 Each loose section of your work must be clearly marked with your name. While the selection committee takes every care not to remove or damage any item, the University cannot be held responsible in any way for loss or damage to a whole or part of your work. Portfolios must be submitted with the BAS application form, provided with your online or paper process. If you did not receive one, you can download it from For more information on the BAS and portfolio requirements please see: The preferred portfolio submission date is 31 August 2014 (all applicants). Final deadline for all applications and portfolios: 30 September Late applications will not be considered. Deliver or post portfolios (including all the prescribed tasks as described here, your letter of motivation and your latest school results) to: The BAS Secretary School of Architecture, Planning and Geomatics University of Cape Town Centlivres building University Avenue Upper Campus 7701 Rondebosch 2. BA (fa) portfolio requirements If applying for admission to BA(FA), you must submit the following: A portfolio of recent work on cd in pdf format not exceeding 5mb file size 4 Original drawings A statement of motivation ( words) A. Portfolio The portfolio must include no more than 10 individual works in a range of media including colour (10 works and optional 3 detail images). Each artwork must be labeled in the following format: Number Image; Surname; Title; Date of production; Size (cm); media The following criteria will be taken into account when assessing the portfolio: Creative thinking Observational skills Experimentation This work including your name, title of each work and medium used must be submitted in PDF format on a CD not exceeding 5MB file size. Please check that your CD is working and is formatted to be read on all computers (MAC and PC) BEFORE submitting it with the rest of the portfolio. Do not adhere stickers to the CD. If you are unable to submit a digital portfolio, please ensure that your work is on paper and no larger than A3 (30 x 42 cm). B. Drawings You are required to submit 4 original A3 size (420mm x 297mm) drawings on paper in at least two different media such as pencil, charcoal, pen or brush. These drawing must be from life and not from photographs or traced and must include the following: Self portrait Still life Figure or animal study Architectural or landscape study All work must be clearly labeled (printed) on the reverse side of the drawing and packed flat between two sheets of card in standard C3 size envelope (458mm x 324mm) available from any stationers or Postnet. C. Statement The statement ( words) must motivate why you want to study fine art, and indicate your future goals. The committee reserves the right to call you for an interview should the need arise. No correspondence shall be entered into regarding your application. Incomplete portfolios will be a disadvantage to your application. Portfolios must be submitted with the BA(FA) application form, provided with your online or paper process. if you did not receive one, you can download it from our website at All portfolios must be sent to The Secretary The Michaelis School of Fine Art Hiddingh Campus 7

9 31-37 Orange Street Gardens 8001 Cape Town The preferred portfolio submission date is 31 August 2014 (all applicants). The final date is 30 September Collection of Portfolios Please note that we do not return any portfolios by post or courier. Unsuccessful applicants who wish to keep their portfolios must arrange to collect them from the Secretary s office, room 1 Michaelis Building, Hiddingh Campus by 28 February We reserve the right to dispose of portfolios that are not collected by 28 February Successful applicants can collect their portfolios in the first week of term or during orientation week. International applicants If you are an international student, ensure that you visit the website of our International Academic Programmes Office (IAPO). This is the UCT office that supports international students and facilitates their integration into the UCT environment. IAPO will help international students with application procedures, application deadlines, visa requirements and international tuition fees. Queries relating to academic qualifications and specific course requirements must be directed to the relevant faculty office. Prospective undergraduate international students who intend to study for a degree at UCT, or international students who intend to study at UCT for only one or two semesters, must apply online. International students, who wish to be affiliated to UCT for short periods, must complete the International Affiliates Application Form. These are obtainable from applications/forms/ or from IAPO at: International Academic Programmes Office University of Cape Town Private Bag X Rondebosch Tel: +27 (0) Fax: +27 (0) Study Visas In terms of the Immigration Act No 13 of 2002, if you are resident outside of South Africa and are not a South African citizen or do not have permanent residence, you are required to obtain a study visa to enter the Republic for the purpose of attending the University. The offer of a study place by the University does not bind the Department of Home Affairs in any way to allow you to study in South Africa, nor does it remove the need for you to obtain permission to enter the country. If you are offered a study place please apply immediately for a study visa. Your application must be made to the nearest South African Embassy, Consulate or High Commission. This procedure could take up to 8 weeks. The application form BI-1738, duly completed, must be accompanied by the following: (a) Valid passport (b) A fee (current details are available from the nearest South African Embassy, Consulate or High Commission) (c) an official letter from UCT confirming provisional acceptance at the institution and the duration of the course (d) in the case of a person under the age of 21 years. (i) the particulars of the person in the Republic who will act as that learner s guardian and a confirmatory letter from that intended guardian; and (ii) proof of consent for the intended stay from both parents or from the custodian parent, along with proof of sole custody in the latter case (e) a police clearance certificate (f) medical and radiological reports (g) documents relating to marital status if applicable (h) a yellow fever vaccination certificate if that person travelled or intends travelling from or through a yellow fever endemic area (i) in the case of a foreign state accepting responsibility for the applicant in terms of a bilateral agreement, a written undertaking in respect of the departure of the applicant (j) proof of medical cover with a medical scheme registered in terms of the Medical Schemes Act, 1998 (Act No. 131 of 1998), or other medical insurance cover recognised in the Republic (access for a list of medical schemes recognised in South Africa) (k) (l) proof of sufficient financial means payment of a deposit: Provided that such deposit shall be refunded to the depositor after the final departure of the applicant or after a permit contemplated in section 25 of the Act has been issued to the applicant: Provided further that the payment of the deposit may be effected by means of a bank guaranteed cheque or credit card at places where such facility exists. 8

10 (m) (n) In the case of students from Africa, the payment of the deposit shall not be required: Provided that the Government of the relevant African country submits a written undertaking to pay all costs relating to the deportation of the student, should this become necessary. Other requirements as may be prescribed by the Consulate/Embassy. We recommend that you contact the nearest South African Consulate/Embassy before sending in your visa application, in order to find out exactly what documents are needed, because requirements may change. It is very important that your study visa is valid for studies at the University of Cape Town. If you have studied at another South African University or attended high school in South Africa, your study visa needs to be changed for studies at the University of Cape Town. International students residing within South Africa will not be able to register unless in possession of a valid study visa and proof of medical cover. International students (Master s and Doctoral students) living outside South Africa during the academic year may be registered by the University without having to apply for a study visa. Such students need to obtain a suitable visa when visiting UCT and their supervisors, and on arrival in Cape Town must report to IAPO with details of their visa. Enquiries about study visas should be directed to one of the following: The Director-General Department of Home Affairs Private Bag X Cape Town Tel: +27 (0) /2477 Fax: +27 (0) International student fees International students from outside the SADC region must pay the full international term fee before registration. The International Academic Programmes Office (IAPO) will send you a fee invoice on request detailing the cost of your study for the duration of your stay. If you are a student from the SADC member countries*, you pay the local/south African fee. All non-south African students who qualify for local fee rates must pay the minimum initial payment of academic, residence and administrative service fee prior to registration. *The SADC countries are: Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland, Seychelles, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Application Fee The following fees are applicable for all applicants except AIM applicants, and: must be paid after you submit your online application, or payment, or proof of payment, must accompany your paper application form. The following fees are applicable: UCT graduates or students are exempt from paying an application fee, except in the case of GSB applicants. undergraduate applications from South Africa and SADC region R 100 undergraduate applications from outside of the SADC region R 300 The application fee for Associate in Management (AIM) applicants is as follows: R 700 (Seven hundred rand) Note The application fee may be paid by cheque, postal order, electronic funds transfer (EFT) or credit card. Cash payments may be made only at the Cashiers Office, Kramer Building, Cross Campus Road, Middle Campus, UCT. EFT payments for all degrees/diplomas EXCEPT GSB* must be made to the following account: Beneficiary: University of Cape Town - No. 1 Sundries Account Bank: Standard Bank SA Ltd Branch: Rondebosch, Western Cape Branch Code: Account: Swift code (for international payments): SBZAZAJJ 9

11 Reference Number: 11196, applicant s first name, applicant s last name e.g Sally Smith (This reference must be entered on the appropriate bank form.) *EFT payments for the GSB (Graduate School of Business) programmes must be made to the following account: Beneficiary: University of Cape Town - No. 9 GSB Account Bank: Standard Bank SA Ltd Branch: Rondebosch, Western Cape Branch Code: Account: Swift code (for international payments): SBZAZAJJ GSB Reference Number: GSB applicant s first name, applicant s last name e.g. GSB Betty Brown (This reference must be entered on the appropriate bank form.) Acceptance deposit: GSB If you are offered a place on the Associate in Management programme at the Graduate School of Business, we will ask you to pay an acceptance deposit of R 5000 (Five thousand rand). Acceptance deposits are not payable for any other programme. The deposit will be credited to your student fee account, but will not be refunded at all. Your application status We will publish your applicaton status online. You should monitor your application status online. After consideration of your application, one of the following statuses may apply: Decision Deferred: this means that, at the time of considering your application, we are not ready to make you an offer of admission. In order to make you an offer of admission, we may await your NBT results, stronger school examination results, predicted scores, etc. A deferred decision does not mean that your application is unsuccessful. Conditional Offer: this means that we are offering you a place with conditions, which are included in the offer letter that you will receive from us. Your offer of a place is confirmed only when you meet these conditions. You need to establish the final status before arriving at UCT for registration in Firm Offer: this means that you are offered a place without conditions. Waitlisted: this means that a final decision on your application will be taken when we have further information about the entire pool of applicants. This additional information will allow us to assess your application in relation to others. Denied: your application was unsuccessful. A typical application will have various statuses throughout the application cycle. It is important to monitor your application status. Concurrent offers of admission It is possible to hold offers of admission for both of your choices. If, in January 2015 or before, you are made two firm offers of admission, we will communicate with you, and require you to go online to select one of the programmes. Your application to the other will be withdrawn once you decide. 10

12 Key dates 1 APRIL 2014 Applications open Undergraduate applications open on 1 April Please apply as early as possible. Do not wait until the closing date, or until you have received your interim school-leaving results. Early application will increase your chances of receiving an early offer of admission and accommodation. 12 APRIL Open Day Open Day will be held on Saturday, 12 April 2014, on Upper Campus, UCT. It is a good opportunity for you to access important information about your application from various parts of the university. (It s also a good time for younger siblings to start thinking about UCT opportunities!) 31 August 2014 Preferred date for submission of porfolios For early consideration you are encouraged to submit BAS and/or BA(FA) portfolio by 31 August SEPTEMBER 2014 Closing date for applications All undergraduate applications, except for Associate in Management (AIM), close on 30 September We do not accept late applications. Applications for financial aid and student accommodation also close on 30 September Final date for BAS or Fine Art portfolio submissions. 12 OCTOBER 2014 Last opportunity to write the NBTs for admission to UCT In order to be considered for admission to UCT in 2014, you must write the NBTs no later than 12 October OCTOBER 2014 Financial Aid supporting documents You must submit all supporting documents for your financial aid application on or before 31 October Closing date for programme changes You may elect to apply for a different course until 31 October You do so by sending a request to or posting a written request to the Admissions Office. Due date for predicted scores If you are currently at school and you are not offering the National Senior Certificate in South Africa, please ensure that your predicted scores are submitted by your school by 31 October DECEMBER 2014 Final date to submit supporting documents All supporting documents must reach us by 15 December 2014, except for: Final NSC results (which we obtain from the Department of Basic Education, or the Independent Examinations Board) Final CIE results from the November 2013 examinations The final 2013 tertiary transcripts for students finishing tertiary studies Matriculation exemption certificates, which will be issued after registration in We reserve the right to cancel any application which is incomplete by this date. 31 DECEMBER 2014 Associate in Management (AIM) applications close on 31 December 2014 Associate in Management in Management Practice: No closing date 8 JANUARY 2015 The final 2013 tertiary transcripts for students finishing tertiary studies 31 JANUARY 2015 (local) and 2 February 2015 (OUT OF TOWN) Parent Orientation Days 11

13 PART B: APPLYING ONLINE Apply online, unless 1. you do not have access to the internet, 2. you do not have an address that is not shared with another 2015 UCT applicant; or 3. you are applying for: a) Occasional undergraduate study (e.g. single courses for non-degree purposes) b) Semester Study Abroad admission, in which case you must contact the International Academic Programmes Office (IAPO) or the Admissions Office. THE PROCESS AFTER Once the application is submitted you cannot amend details of your application yourself. If you wish to change your choice of programme, or any other detail, you will need to contact our Admissions Office ( to: Within 48 hours of submitting your application online, we will you correspondence which: 1. acknowledges your application, and provides your applicant number, which you are to use in all future correspondence with the University; 2. contains your unique log-in details so that you can monitor your application through our self-service facility online; 3. contains further Instructions, which you need to follow carefully. You can monitor your application status online at Updating your application For applicants finishing school in 2014: If you are doing the National Senior Certificate in South Africa in 2014, you must enter your grade 11 results at the time of application. You will be required at a later date to update your application by entering subsequent school grade 12 results online as they become available. After entering your NSC interim results online, you must post us a screenshot of your updated results alone with a certified copy of your school report. If you are unable to update your NSC results online, send us a certified copy of your school report. If you are doing a non-south African school-leaving certificate, you need to submit your latest results (e.g. IGCSE results) after completion of your online application, or with your paper application. Certified copies of your final results must be submitted by 15 December International applicants who are not taking the South African NSC, must ensure that predicted scores are submitted by 31 October NSC applicants (including those at IEB schools) do not need to send us final school results in January For applicants who have completed secondary schooling, and have not since studied at a tertiary institution: Submit a certified, paper copy of your final school-leaving certificate to the Admissions Office as soon as possible after your online application, or with your paper application. For applicants who have studied at a tertiary institution in the past, but who are not currently registered at an institution: Submit a certified, paper copy of your final tertiary academic transcript/s to the Admissions Office as soon as possible after your online application, or with your paper application. If you were registered at UCT in the past, there is no need to submit your UCT transcript. For applicants who are currently registered at a tertiary institution: Submit a certified, paper copy of your entire tertiary academic record (all transcript/s) to the Admissions Office as soon as possible after your application, or along with your paper application (If you were registered at UCT in the past, there is no need to submit your UCT transcript.). You must submit your 2014 midyear transcript by 31 October You must submit your final 2014 transcript by 15 January

14 My online application history We suggest that you keep a record of your application. National Benchmark Tests (a) I registered for NBTs on 2014 (b) I am due to write NBTs at on 2014 (on or before 12 October 2014) (c) My NBT registration number is My online application (a) I registered for my UCT online application online on (b) I submitted my online application on (c) My initial application included my: (tick where applicable) Grade 11 final results (I am doing the NSC) IGCSE or O level results (I am doing CIE examinations or equivalent) My Grade 12 term 1 results My Grade 12 term 2 results My Grade 12 term 3 results My most recent academic transcript (I am transferring from another university) (d) I posted a certified paper copy of the results I submitted online on (e) I received my acknowledgment on Grade 12 results (NSC candidates only) In order to update my application, I updated my results on the following dates: (a) My Grade 12 term 1 results: 1. updated online on 2. submitted by post on (b) My Grade 12 term 2 results: 1. updated online on 2. submitted by post on (c) My Grade 12 term 3 results: 1. updated online on 2. submitted by post on I am a Bachelor of Architectural Studies and/or Bachelor Arts in Fine Art applicant, and I submitted my portfolio on before the 31 August 2014 preferred closing date (or 30 September - the final closing date for these). (a) by hand (b) by post (c) by courier I have applied for a Health Sciences programme and submitted my personal report. From. (a) by hand (b) by post (c) by courier Changes to my programme choices I must submit any request for a change in my programme choices by 31 October I submitted a request to change my programme choice/s on (a) to (b) by post (c) by hand Offers I received a conditional offer of admission to my first choice on I responded to the offer by submitting my signed acceptance and declaration form to the Admissions Office on (a) to (b) by post I received a conditional offer of admission to my second choice on I responded to the offer by submitting my signed acceptance and declaration form to the Admissions Office on (a) to (b) by post I received an offer of student accommodation on My signed acceptance, and meal plan, was submitted to UCT s Student Housing Admissions and Advocacy Services (SHAAS) Office on (a) to (b) by post I received confirmation of financial aid from the Student Financial Aid Office on 13

15 PART C: Submitting A PAPER APPLICATION The application booklet consists of various sections and the sections that follow guide you through process. You will find that you need codes to complete the application form. These codes are found starting on page 18 of this booklet. The sections of the application form are: Section A1: PREVIOUS APPLICANT NUMBER If you applied to UCT before, supply your applicant number. Section A2: NBT NUMBER You must submit your NBT number if appropriate. (If you wrote the NBTs in 2012 or 2013, submit your registration number and the year that you took the test, unless you wish to take the test(s) again, in which case you should register and give your new NBT number.) Section B: PERSONAL DETAILS Complete all the fields in this section. Omissions and inaccuracies will delay your application. If you are a South African citizen or permanent resident you must state your SA identity number. Information about your disability, where appropriate: We are committed to addressing the needs of students with disabilities, and will provide facilities, where we can. To make sure that we can plan services to accommodate your specific disability, please complete the relevant part of this section. Please note that completion of this part of Section A is voluntary, and that any information you give will not prejudice your application for an academic place, but if your disability is such that you will require accommodations of any kind, we strongly advise disclosure. Contact our Disability Service well in advance of applying to UCT, and if possible visit the University to assess the suitability of your programme, the academic department & the facilities available. Section C: PROGRAMMES OF STUDY FOR WHICH YOU ARE APPLYING Please indicate your first and second choice of degree, diploma or certificate. You are not required to make more than one choice, but it is advisable to do so. Do not apply for admission to a programme for which you are not eligible. Give careful attention to your choices as alternatives may not be available at a later stage in the application cycle. Table A in this document lists the undergraduate degree, diploma and certificate programmes we offer. Details are given in the Undergraduate Prospectus. Section D: YOUR CONTACT DETAILS Please complete this section accurately. Section E: PARENT/GUARDIAN CONTACT DETAILS This section is compulsory if you are under 18, or if your parent or guardian is the fee payer. Section F: Fee Payer Information Completing this section is compulsory, unless you already completed E, and the details are the same as for Section E. Section G: Parent/Guardian: Additional Information This section requires you to provide additional information about your parent or guardian. Completion of this section is compulsory. Section H: 2014 SECONDARY SCHOOL-LEAVING EXAMINATION DETAILS If you are completing your schooling in 2014 you must complete this section. You must enclose copies of your latest final scores (e.g. grade 11, IGCSE) and interim grade 12/final year results available at the time of applying. Section I: SECONDARY SCHOOL-LEAVING AND POST SCHOOL INFORMATION PRIOR YEAR S SCHOOL-EXAMINATION LEAVING DETAILS Past South African school-leavers If you have written a SA school-leaving examination, attach a certified copy of your senior certificate or NSC to The application form. If you have written the senior certificate examination more than once, please submit certified copies of all your certificates. Applicants writing non-south African school-leaving examinations. If you have written an international school-leaving examination, please enclose certified copies of all certificates and, if necessary, a sworn translation of the documents. If you are already in possession of a certificate of exemption from the Matriculation Board, please include a certified copy of this with the application form. PREVIOUS ACTIVITIES OTHER THAN HIGHER EDUCATION Provide details of your activities if, after leaving school, you did not attend a tertiary institution. If you wish to give more details of your activities since leaving school, please use a separate sheet and return with the application form. 14

16 If you are currently (2014) registered for higher education studies you must enclose a transcript which shows your results for previous years (if any) and the courses for which you are currently registered. As soon as your end-of-year results become available, you must submit a formal statement of these results, together with a certificate of conduct to our Admissions Office. Please write your applicant number and choice of programme on the statement. If you are at, or have attended another higher education institution, and you do not indicate this on your application form, your application will be rejected. If we discover this after you register, we may cancel your registration immediately. Section J: HOUSING APPLICATION First-time entering undergraduate applicants who wish to apply for student accommodation must select the catering residence option. Senior undergraduate applicants may select the self-catering residence option. Please refer to the 2015 Undergraduate Prospectus, or the website for further information about student accommodation. If we offer you a place in residence, we will allocate you to a residence based on eligibility and capacity. Section K: FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Please complete this section if you wish to apply for funding based on financial need. Ensure that all supporting documents are provided with your application. Section L: PERSONAL REPORT FOR ALL MBChB APPLICANTS We invite MBChB applicants to submit a Personal Report (or a CV, if you are studying at tertiary level). The application documents contain a template for the PR. While the submission of a PR is not compulsory, it will enable the Selection Committee, when it considers your application, to take into account extra-curricular activities and additional achievements that you may offer in support of your application. Should you wish to submit the report, detach it from the application booklet, and return the completed form with supporting documents to the address shown thereon by 30 September Section M: CURRICULUM VITAE FOR ALL MBChB APPLICANTS WHO HAVE DONE TERTIARY STUDIES We invite MBChB applicants, not at school in 2014, to submit a Curriculum Vitae. This will enable the Selection Committee, when it considers your application, to take into account extra-curricular activities and additional achievements that you may offer in support of your application. Should you wish to submit a CV, detach it from the application booklet, and return the completed form with supporting documents to the address shown thereon by 30 September Section N: FOR BACHELOR OF ARTS IN FINE ART APPLICANTS Complete this section only if you are applying for admission to the Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art BA (FA). The information on page 7 pertains to the completion of your portfolio. Section O: FOR BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES (BAS) APPLICANTS Complete this section only if you are applying for admission to the Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS). The information on page 6 pertains to the completion of your portfolio. Section P: UPDATING OUR ALUMNI INFORMATION Please complete this section if a relative was an alumnus of UCT. Information in this section has no bearing on your application whatsoever. It is merely a request for information to maintain an accurate record of our alumni. Section Q: DECLARATIONS BY APPLICANT AND PARENT/GUARDIAN You must sign the declaration. If you are under the age of 18 you must also have this declaration signed by your parent/guardian. (The parent who signs must be your legal guardian and must be the same person whose details are listed under the parent/guardian section on the application form.) UNSIGNED applications will not be considered. In exceptional circumstances we will accept the signature of the parent of a minor without the signature of the applicant. Such circumstances include cases where the applicant is outside South Africa at the time of application. Section R: CHECKLIST This is a tool which will allow you to check that all the components of your application have been submitted. 15

17 Updating your application For applicants finishing school in 2014: If you are doing the National Senior Certificate in South Africa in 2014, you must enter your grade 11 results at the time of application. You will be required at a later date to update your application by entering subsequent school grade 12 results online as they become available. After entering your NSC interim results online, you must post us a screenshot of your updated results alone with a certified copy of your school report. If you are unable to update your NSC results online, send us a certified copy of your school report. If you are doing a non-south African school-leaving certificate, you need to submit your latest results (e.g. IGCSE results) with your paper application. Certified copies of your final results must be submitted by 15 December International applicants who are not taking the South African NSC, must ensure that predicted scores are submitted by 31 October NSC applicants (including those at IEB schools) do not need to send us final school results in January For applicants who have completed secondary schooling, and have not since studied at a tertiary institution: Submit a certified, paper copy of your final school-leaving certificate to the Admissions Office with your paper application. For applicants who have studied at a tertiary institution in the past, but who are not currently registered at an institution: Submit a certified, paper copy of your final tertiary academic transcript/s to the Admissions Office as soon as possible after your online application, or with your paper application. If you were registered at UCT in the past, there is no need to submit your UCT transcript. For applicants who are currently registered at a tertiary institution: Submit a certified, paper copy of your entire tertiary academic record (all transcript/s) to the Admissions Office with your paper application (If you were registered at UCT in the past, there is no need to submit your UCT transcript.). You must submit your 2014 midyear transcript by 31 October You must submit your final 2014 transcript by 15 January

18 My paper application history This will help you to keep a record of your application. National Benchmark Tests (a) I registered for NBTs on 2014 (b) I am due to write NBTs at on 2014 (on or before 12 October 2014). (c) My NBT registration number is My online application a) I submitted my UCT paper application: 1. By posting it on 2. By hand on (b) My initial paper application included certified paper copies of my: (tick where applicable) Grade 11 final results (I am doing the NSC) IGCSE or O level results (I am doing CIE examinations or equivalent) International interim school results (I am not doing the NSC or CIE subjects) My Grade 12 term 1 results My Grade 12 term 2 results My Grade 12 term 3 results My final school-leaving results, because I have already completed secondary school My most recent academic transcript (I hope to transfer from another university) (c) I received my acknowledgment on or by post. Grade 12 results (NSC Applicants) In order to update my application, I updated by results on the following dates: (a) My Grade 12 term 1 results: 1. updated online on and/or 2 submitted by post on (b) My Grade 12 term 2 results 1. updated online on and/or 2 submitted by post on (c) My Grade 12 term 3 results: 1. updated online on and/or 2 submitted by post on Changes to my programme choices I must submit any request for a change in my programme choices by 31 October I submitted a request to change my programme choice/s on (a) to (b) by post (c) by hand I am a Bachelor of Architectural Studies and/or Bachelor Arts in Fine Art applicant, and I submitted my portfolio on. (a) by hand (b) by post (c) by courier Offers I received a conditional offer of admission to my first choice on I responded to the offer by submitting my signed acceptance and declaration form to the Admissions Office on (a) to (b) by post I received a conditional offer of admission to my second choice on I responded to the offer by submitting my signed acceptance and declaration form to the Admissions Office on (a) to (b) by post I received an offer of student accommodation on My signed acceptance, and meal plan, was submitted to the Student Housing Admissions and Advocacy Services (SHAAS) Office on (a) to (b) by post I received confirmation of financial aid from the Student Financial Aid Office on 17

19 CODE TABLES TO BE USED WHEN COMPLETING YOUR PAPER APPLICATION TABLE A QUALIFICATION AND SPECIALISATION CODES FACULTY OF COMMERCE NB: With the exception of the specialisation in Actuarial Science, the minimum entry requirements for all specialisations in the BCom and BBusSc degrees are the same. You should thus list two choices in Commerce only if one of them is Actuarial Science. It is easy to swap from one BBusSc or BCom specialisation to another in first year. It may seem to you that you can only swap BCom to BCom, when you can actually also swap BCom to BBusSc. This means that you only need to choose one BCom or BBusSc specialisation at the time of your application. You can change between these qualifications and specialisations (except Actuarial Science) when you register. Qualification specialisation code UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES Bachelor of Commerce Economics & Finance CB001ECO02 Economics & Statistics CB001ECO04 Economics with Law CB001ECO03 Financial Accounting: Accounting with Law CB001ACC03 Financial Accounting: Chartered Accountant Stream CB001ACC04 Financial Accounting: General Accounting Stream CB001ACC08 Information Systems CB001INF01 Information Systems and Computer Science CB001INF06 Management Studies CB001BUS06 Philosophy, Politics & Economics CB001PHI03 Bachelor of Commerce in Actuarial Science Actuarial Science CB019BUS01 Quantitative Finance CB019BUS09 Bachelor of Commerce: Economics & Finance CB011ECO02 3 or 4-year academic development programme Economics & Statistics CB011ECO04 Economics with Law CB011ECO03 Financial Accounting: Accounting with Law CB011ACC03 Financial Accounting: Chartered Accountant Stream CB011ACC04 Financial Accounting: General Accounting Stream CB011ACC08 Information Systems CB011INF01 Information Systems & Computer Science CB011INF06 Management Studies CB011BUS06 Philosophy, Politics & Economics CB011PHI03 Bachelor of Commerce in Actuarial Science Actuarial Science CB020BUS01 (4-year academic development programme) Quantitative Finance CB020BUS09 Bachelor of Business Science Computer Science CB004CSC05 Economics CB004ECO01 Economics with Law CB004ECO03 Finance CB004FTX05 Finance with Accounting CB004FTX04 Information Systems CB004INF01 Marketing CB004BUS07 Organisational Psychology CB004BUS08 Quantitative Management CB004BUS10 Bachelor of Business Science in Actuarial Science Actuarial Science CB003BUS01 Quantitative Finance CB003BUS09 Bachelor of Business Science: Computer Science CB015CSC05 4 or 5-year academic development programme Economics CB015ECO01 Economics with Law CB015ECO03 Finance CB015FTX05 Finance with Accounting CB015FTX04 Information Systems CB015INF01 Marketing CB015BUS07 Organisational Psychology CB015BUS08 Quantitative Management CB015BUS10 Bachelor of Business Science in Actuarial Science Actuarial Science CB018BUS01 (five-year academic development programme) Quantitative Finance CB018BUS09 PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY THE GSB Associate in Management (modular format) Associate In Management CU011GSB03 Associate in Management AIM Event Management CU016GSB01 AIM General CU016GSB03 Business Improvement CU016GSB20 Financial Services CU016GSB10 Human Resources CU016GSB11 18

20 Insurance Management Marketing/Retail Mine Management Organisational Development Professional Sales Management Public Sector CU016GSB12 CU016GSB15 CU016GSB18 CU016GSB19 CU016GSB29 CU016GSB22 OCCASIONAL STUDIES Occasional Undergraduate Commerce General CZ001DOC01 Semester Study Abroad (First Semester) Commerce General CZ091DOC01 Semester Study Abroad (Second Semester) Commerce General CZ092DOC01 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT Qualification specialisation Code UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering EB001CHE01 Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering EB002CIV01 Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering EB005MEC01 Bachelor of Science in Engineering In Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering EB009EEE01 Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Electro-Mechanical Engineering Electro-Mechanical Engineering EB010MEC05 Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Mechatronics Mechatronics EB011EEE05 Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Electrical & Computer Engineering Electrical & Computer Engineering EB022EEE02 Bachelor of Architectural Studies Architecture EB012APG01 Bachelor of Science in Construction Studies Construction Studies EB015CON04 Bachelor of Science in Property Studies Property Studies EB017CON03 Bachelor of Science in Geomatics Surveying EB019APG09 Planning EB019APG10 Geoinformatics EB019APG11 OCCASIONAL STUDY Occasional Undergraduate Architecture & Planning EZ001APG02 Chemical Engineering EZ001CHE01 Civil Engineering EZ001CIV01 Construction Economics & Management EZ001CON01 Electrical Engineering EZ001EEE01 Geomatics EZ001APG08 Landscape Architecture EZ001APG06 Materials Engineering EZ001MEC03 Mechanical Engineering EZ001MEC01 Semester Study Abroad (First Semester) Engineering & the Built Environment General EZ091END01 Semester Study Abroad (Second Semester) Engineering & the Built Environment General EZ092END01 19

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