1 Revised April 20, 2015 UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN STUDENT FEES 2015 Postal Address: University of Cape Town Private Bag X3 7701, RONDEBOSCH All correspondence on fees should be addressed to the Executive Director of Finance. Please quote your student number in all correspondence E Mail: Fax: Website: Telephones: General Enquiries Accounts and Fees Fee Enquiry and Cashiers Office Hours: Student Self Service: Mondays to Fridays Thursdays 09h00-15h30 09h30-15h30 Only available to registered students: This handbook is part of a series that consists of Book 1: Information for applicants for undergraduate degrees and diplomas Book 2: Authorities and information of record Book 3: General rules and policies Book 4: Academic calendar and meetings Book 5: Student support and services Books 6-11: Handbooks of the Faculties of Commerce, Engineering and the Built Environment, Health Sciences, Humanities, Law, Science Book 12: Student fees
2 Book 13: Book 14: Financial assistance for undergraduate students Financial assistance for postgraduate students
3 iii CONTENTS 1. TERMS OF PAYMENT Tuition Fees Residence Fees Method of Payment Payments Received Outstanding Fees ACADEMIC FEES Typical 1 st Year Tuition Fees Notice to Leave: Withdrawal of Registration (UCT & GSB students) Drop an Individual Course Add an Individual Course Sibling Rebate Bursary Undergraduate Students Wishing to Take Additional Courses Leave of Absence OTHER FEES AND LEVIES Sports Clubs and Societies Supplementary or Deferred Examinations Ordinary Examinations without Re-attendance at Course Credit and/or Exemption Fee for Checking of Examination Results Duplicate Degree and Diploma Certificates Fee for Academic Records Verification of Academic Record Verification of Past Training in Faculty of Health Sciences Fees for Hiring Academic Apparel Fee for Replacement Student Identity/Access Control Card Late Registration Fee Late Changes of Curriculum Student Wellness Services Parking Tokens Incidental Charges INFORMATION FOR SPONSORS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Semester Study Abroad (SSA) Programmes Students on Centralised Academic Programmes/Exchanges International Occasional Students Independent International Occasional Students International Students taking a course as part of a Jointly Offered Qualification International Affiliates International Students who intend to study for a full South African Degree/Diploma/Honours Undergraduate Degrees Honours Degrees Postgraduate Diplomas and Undergraduate Diplomas Coursework Master s Degrees Research Master s Degrees Doctoral (PhD) Degrees... 21
4 ii 5.6 Qualifications Offered by the Graduate School of Business Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration (PDBA) Master of Business Administration (MBA) Master of Business Administration specialising in Executive Management GSB: Master of Commerce in Development Finance International Scholarships Residence Fees Cancellation Policy International Fees VISITING POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS AFFILIATED TO UCT STUDENTS REGISTERING FOR RESEACH MASTER S OR PHD SUBMISSION OF DOCTORAL THESES AND MASTER S DISSERTATIONS DOCTORATES GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Master of Business Administration (MBA) Master of Business Administration specialising in Executive Management PGDip: Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice GSB: Master of Commerce in Management Practice GSB: Master of Philosophy GSB: Master of Commerce in Development Finance GSB: Master of Philosophy in Inclusive Innovation GSB: PhD specialising in Business Administration & Management Practice PGDip: in Management Practice (Customised offering to corporates) Associate in Management Practice (Customised offering to corporates) Withdrawal of Acceptance UCT ACADEMIC FEES Typical 1 st Year Tuition Fees Faculty of Commerce Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment Faculty of Health Sciences Faculty of Humanities Faculty of Law Faculty of Science UCT ACADEMIC COURSES RESIDENCES Terms of Payment Withdrawal from Student Accommodation after the start of the Academic Year Residence Fees and Occupancy A. First Tier (Catering) Accommodation B. Second Tier (Catering) Accommodation C. Second Tier (Self Catering) Accommodation D. Third Tier (Self Catering) Accommodation M65 PAYMENT FORM CREDIT CARD FORM
5 iii The University has made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information in its handbooks. However, we reserve the right at any time, if circumstances dictate, to (i) (ii) make alterations or changes to any of the published details of the opportunities on offer; or add to or withdraw any of the opportunities on offer. Our students are given every assurance that changes to opportunities will only be made under compelling circumstances and students will be fully informed as soon as possible.
7 TERMS OF PAYMENT 1 FEES Fees are determined by Council from time to time and are subject to revision without notice. 1. TERMS OF PAYMENT A registered student (or legal guardian) is personally liable for all tuition and accommodation fees, notwithstanding any pledges of support or bursary that they may have received. It should be noted that the contract which forms part of the application form for admission to the University of Cape Town and which to that end was signed by the student and/or their legal guardian, legally binds those parties to pay the full tuition and accommodation fees for a particular year of registration as determined by the University. This liability is not affected nor reduced through ignorance on the part of the student/guardian regarding the rules and regulations of the University of Cape Town or of the validity of his/her registration in terms of the said rules and regulations. Since a student s fee account is based on his/her academic record and accommodation choices, it is their responsibility to verify the correctness of this information. 1.1 Tuition Fees Students will be charged for all academic courses for which they register. Initial payment is due on or before 6 February 2015 We do not issue detailed statements of account prior to the initial payment date. It is therefore the responsibility of the student to pay the initial payment as set out below by the due date Each student must make an initial payment of academic fees, as follows, by 6 February 2015, subject to a one-off late payment fee of 10%. This includes students who intend registering after the payment date, for example postgraduate students. For the initial payment of residence fees, refer to 13.1, page 117. Balance of all fees is due by 30 June ALL STUDENTS FROM OUTSIDE SOUTH AFRICA, INCLUDING SADC, SHOULD REFER TO FEES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS; POINT (e) OR (f) BELOW AND Section 5, page 18, of this handbook. (a) (b) All students with South African citizenship or permanent residence for qualifications not listed below... R Students registering at the Graduate School of Business MBA - Full-time local students (1 st payment due prior to 16 January 2015)... R MBA - Modular 1 st year (1 st payment due prior to 16 January 2015)... R
8 2 TERMS OF PAYMENT MBA - Modular 2 nd year (1 st payment due prior to 20 February 2015)... R MBA - Full-time international students (Full fees due prior to 16 January 2015)... ZAR MBA Modular international students (Full fees due prior to 16 January 2015)... ZAR MBA Executive 1 st year (1 st payment due prior to 09 February 2015)... R MBA Executive 2 nd year (1 st payment due prior to 09 March 2015)... R MBA Executive 1 st year Full-time international students (Full fees due prior to 09 February 2015)... ZAR MBA Executive 2 nd year Full-time international students (Full fees due prior to 09 February 2015)... ZAR Master of Commerce in Development Finance 1 st year (1 st payment due prior to 09 March 2015)... R Master of Commerce in Development Finance 1 st year International students (Full fees due prior to 09 March 2015)... ZAR Master of Philosophy in Inclusive Innovation (1 st payment due prior to 26 January 2015)... R Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice (1 st payment due prior to 16 January 2015)... R Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice international students (1 st payment due prior to 16 January 2015)... R Note: The amounts reflected above are the totals that must be paid and are inclusive of the acceptance fee paid (applicable to first year GSB students only) to secure your place. (c) Full fee if total annual fee is less than R (d) (e) (f) (g) School for Legal Practice students must pay the full fee of R on registration or by 6 February 2015, whichever date occurs first. Students from SADC countries and non-south African students who do not have permanent residence but pay local fees, must pay the minimum initial fee for academic and residence PLUS the SADC Administrative fee of R3,275 prior to registration or by 6 February 2015, whichever date occurs first.... R Allow at least 14 working days for payment to appear in UCT bank account to avoid delays in registration clearance being granted. All UCT full-time international fee paying students for qualifications not listed below (payable prior to registration)... R Master s (Coursework and dissertation) full-time international fee paying students (payment due prior to registration)... R Master s (Dissertation only) full-time international fee paying students (payment due prior to registration)... full fees PLUS R PhD full-time international fee paying students (payable prior to registration)... full fees PLUS R Allow at least 14 working days for payment to appear in UCT bank account to avoid delays in registration clearance being granted Students registering for UCT on-line blended learning (distance) programmes; UCT Advanced Diploma in Business Project Management or UCT Postgraduate Diploma in Management in Marketing refer to URL: UCT policy and rules apply.
9 TERMS OF PAYMENT The University of Cape Town does not accept responsibility for incorrect addresses or postal service deficiencies resulting in statements of account not being received. It is the responsibility of the student to make enquiries should he/she not receive a statement of account. The fact that no statement of account has been received will not be accepted as a reason for failure to pay the university fees by due date Where a student has applied to the bank for a student loan, the initial payment deadline will be extended until 31 March 2015, provided that the Fees Office receives a confirmation letter from the bank. No further extensions will be granted Bursaries and Sponsorship Any student who has been made a firm offer of an external bursary or scholarship must provide the Fees Office with written evidence from his/her sponsors and may deduct one half of the annual award from the initial payment of fees due. Awards which have not been confirmed by the due date for payment of fees may not be used to reduce the initial payment due. Such awards when confirmed will be credited towards fees due by 30 June Students who gamble on receiving an unconfirmed bursary, which subsequently does not materialize, will not have an adjustment made to the 10% penalty fee raised on short payment of the initial fees or to interest charged Final payment must be made by 30 June 2015 Payment of the balance of fees is due on 30 June We send out detailed statements of account every month from March onwards Interest is charged on overdue accounts at 1% per month Where a student registers for the first time in the second semester of an academic year, the full fees (including residence, if applicable) are payable on registration or prior to registration for International Students including those from SADC countries Where a student adds one or more courses at the start of the second semester of an academic year, the fees in respect thereof are due immediately and payable within 30 days of registration. Interest is charged on overdue accounts at 1% per month For fee purposes the same rules and conditions apply to a student who is provisionally registered at the University of Cape Town as for a registered student All fees due to the University are a first charge on any scholarship, bursary or loan granted by the University or paid to the University from other sources for the benefit of the student. If the total of bursaries/scholarships exceeds fees due, the balance may be drawn by the student in two equal instalments after 14 March and 31 July, if the University has received payment of the bursary and the refund is agreed to by the sponsor A student to whom an advance is to be made, or to whom residual funds are to be disbursed, is required to capture his/her banking details on the PeopleSoft Student System via the Student Portal URL: Payments are only made by electronic funds transfer and cannot be processed unless bank details have been entered. Students need to keep these current to avoid delays and payments being processed to incorrect bank accounts.
10 4 TERMS OF PAYMENT A student who has a credit balance on his/her fee account as a result of an external payment, will not be refunded until at least 14 days have elapsed from the credit of the payment to his/her fee account Student identity cards must be produced at the Fees Office when withdrawals or refunds from fees accounts are requested Any case which may not be provided for in these rules will be subject to the ruling of the Council. 1.2 Residence Fees Students who will be entering UCT student accommodation should refer to Section 13 of this handbook, page Method of Payment When making payment the alpha/numeric student number must be used as the reference to ensure prompt credit of payment to the student fees account. Direct Deposits/Internet Transfers/Cash Payments can be made into the University's bank account at Standard Bank, Rondebosch; Branch Code , Account Number The student number must be used as the reference. Direct Deposits can also be made at any branch of Standard Bank using the M65 form which can be found at the bottom of UCT correspondence and at the back of this booklet. Credit card payments can be made at the Cashiers Office by the card-holder; on-line directly to the student fee account via the UCT website URL: or by completing the Credit Card form and faxing it, together with a copy of the credit card (both back and front) and ID/passport of the cardholder, to the Cashiers Office: Forms can be obtained from the Cashiers or Fees Office, the back of the Student Fees Booklet or from our website. Debit card payments can be made but only at the Cashiers Office by the card holder as the card holder must enter his/her PIN when authorising the transaction. Payment will be limited to the card holders daily limit. Prior to making payment by credit or debit card at the UCT Cashiers Office please obtain bank authorisation and code to expedite the payment process. Cash payments to a maximum of R1 500 will be accepted at the Cashiers Office. Cheques should be crossed and made payable to the University of Cape Town and the student name and number written on the back of the cheque. Post-dated cheques will not be accepted and will be returned to the drawer. A R150 administration fee will be charged on all unpaid cheques. Where payment is being made for students from outside the rand currency area, payment must be made by telegraphic transfer into the University s bank account at Standard Bank, Rondebosch; Branch Code , Account Number , Swift address SBZA ZAJJ. Students paying International fees should consult the
11 TERMS OF PAYMENT 5 International Office (see Section 5, page 18). Students should allow at least 14 working days for such foreign payments to reach the UCT bank account. Clearance will only be given when payment has been received. A copy of the deposit slip/transfer form should be faxed to the Fees Office, University of Cape Town, to assist with the timeous allocation of payments to the appropriate fees account UCT on-line blended learning (distance) programmes Payments must be made into the UCT/GetSmarter bank account at Standard Bank, Rondebosch; Branch Code , Account Number The student number must be used as the reference. 1.4 Payments Received All payments received will be applied in the first instance to any amount outstanding from the previous financial year. Thereafter payments made will be applied against current year debt in the following order: Tuition charges, Residence and meal charges, External Bursars Allowances, Finance administration and miscellaneous charges. 1.5 Outstanding Fees Students with outstanding balances on their fees account: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) will not be permitted to graduate; will not receive their examination results; will not receive an academic transcript; will not be permitted to re-register in the following year; will not be permitted to register for Summer Term programmes which start in the next academic year; will have any offer of a place in residence cancelled on Wednesday 21 January 2015 if outstanding fees are not paid by Wednesday 14 January 2015; will not have any subsequent application processed until debt has been settled in full Students who have outstanding fees, fines, interest or dues will not be awarded degrees or diplomas in: (i) June, if any amount is unpaid by 30 April 2015 (ii) December, if any amount is unpaid by 31 October We charge interest monthly on outstanding balances at 1%. Where the final fee payment date is 30 June, interest is charged on outstanding balances at 1% per month from 31 July and at the end of each succeeding month A student whose fees are not paid by the due date, and who has not produced evidence of receipt of a bursary/scholarship/loan, may be excluded from attendance at classes or from a residence or a student housing unit.
12 6 TERMS OF PAYMENT Where a student has prior year outstanding fees, payments received will be allocated to clear unpaid interest first, followed by the oldest debt A student must check his/her fee account on a regular basis. This is especially important prior to the year-end. Various charges may be debited to fee accounts if the student has not settled these in cash, and these include library fines, traffic fines, student health charges and residence damage costs. Such charges will often appear on fee accounts late in the year. Students can access their fee account from the UCT website via the Student Portal URL:
13 ACADEMIC FEES 7 2. ACADEMIC FEES All students from outside South Africa, including students from SADC countries, should also refer to fees for international students in Section 5 of this handbook, pages The University of Cape Town operates on a course-based fee structure inclusive of all addons. Thus, the dictum that the price you see is the price you pay applies to all academic offerings across the University. Please note that residence, catering and miscellaneous fees such as subscriptions to clubs and societies are itemised and charged separately on the student fee account. The University s all inclusive course-based fee structures published in Section 12 of this booklet, together with the relevant Faculty handbook, will enable students to accurately calculate the cost of their academic studies at UCT in The Faculty handbook will indicate the courses that can be taken in pursuing a qualification and the relevant course code. Use this code to look up the all-inclusive cost of the course in this booklet. The sum of these costs will give you the total cost for the set of chosen courses as there are no levies or additional academic charges. Faculty handbooks containing the curriculum for each qualification can be obtained from the relevant faculty office and this information is also available on the UCT web site: https://www.uct.ac.za/apply/handbooks. Since a student s fees account is based on his/her academic load, it is the student s responsibility to verify the correctness of his/her enrolment for courses in the current year. In order to assist first time applicants, the table below lists fees for typical first-year undergraduate degrees for South African applicants. It will give you an idea of what the fees are likely to be. They may vary a bit depending on actual choice of courses 2.1 Typical 1 st Year Tuition Fees International students must add the relevant Administrative Service Fee / International Term fee to the cost of the typical fee. COMMERCE BCom...R to R BCom specialising in Actuarial Science... R BCom Academic Development...R to R BBusSc...R to R BBusSc specialising in Actuarial Science... R BBusSc Academic Development...R to R ENGINEERING & Bachelor of Architectural Studies... R BUILT BSc (Engineering)...R to R ENVIRONMENT BSc (Geomatics)... R BSc (Construction Studies)... R BSc (Property Studies)... R HEALTH SCIENCES MBChB... R MBChB - 1 st year Intervention Curriculum... R
14 8 ACADEMIC FEES BSc (Audiology)... R BSc (Occupational Therapy)... R BSc (Physiotherapy)... R BSc (Speech & Lang Pathology)... R HUMANITIES BA and BSocSc... R BA(Fine Art)... R BA (Theatre & Performance)... R BA specialising in Music Education (Jazz) R R BMus...R R BMus (Dance) (Performers stream)... R LAW Undergraduate LLB... R Graduate LLB... R SCIENCE BSc... R BSc 1 st year Intervention Curriculum... R Notice to Leave: Withdrawal of Registration A registered student (or legal guardian) is personally liable for all tuition fees notwithstanding any pledges of support or bursary that they may have received. Students or their legal guardians must give notice of intention to discontinue studies in writing by completing the Cancellation of Registration Form and submitting this together with their student card to their Faculty Office in person or by registered mail. A R500 Administration Fee will be charged on all cancellations / withdrawals. International students, including those from SADC countries, refer to Section 5.9 A reduction on the academic fees may be considered in special circumstances, depending on when the notice of intention to discontinue studies is received by the Faculty Office. If notice is received before: (a) (b) (c) Whole Year Courses starting in February: 20 February % adjustment 24 July % adjustment First Semester Courses starting in February: 20 February % adjustment 6 March % adjustment Second Semester Courses starting in July: 24 July % adjustment 7 August % adjustment No reduction will be granted if the notice of intention to discontinue studies is received after the above deadlines. Note: These dates will be strictly adhered to. Any fees owing are due immediately on cancellation of studies.
15 ACADEMIC FEES GSB students Rebates for tuition fees (acceptance and administration fees are not rebated) may be granted depending on when the written notice of intention to discontinue studies is received by the GSB Faculty Office. The unique nature of GSB programmes precludes the organisation from replacing students once a programme has commenced. Consequently, and with due consideration of Section 17(2) of the Consumer Protection Act, the following reduction in the academic fees may be considered in special circumstances, depending on when the notice of intention to discontinue studies is received by the Faculty Office: Programme / Qualification GSB Full Time Qualifications GSB Modular Qualifications Last date to add a course Friday of the first week of starting. Friday of the first week of starting. Get 75% fee adjustment Friday of the first week of starting. Friday of the first week of starting. Last date to drop a qualification Get 50% fee adjustment Friday of week three of starting. Friday of week three of starting. Cancel transcript entry Monday after which two thirds of the course has been presented/run. Monday after which two thirds of the course has been presented/run. Programmes commence on the day a student is required to be at orientation. No reduction will be granted if the notice to withdraw is received after the above deadlines. No withdrawal is possible after the cancel transcript entry date. Note: These dates will be strictly adhered to. Any fees owing are due immediately on cancellation of studies. 2.3 Drop an Individual Course When students withdraw from individual courses of a minimum duration of one semester, any fee reduction is dependent upon the date of withdrawal. If the course duration is less than one semester, or if the student is registered for the School for Legal Practice course, there is no fee reduction if a student withdraws from the course after it begins. Course Whole year courses First term courses Second term courses Other courses: Last date to add a course Get 100% fee adjustment Last date to drop a course Get 50% fee adjustment Cancel transcript entry 20 February 20 February 24 July 31 July 20 February 20 February 6 March 27 March 24 July 24 July 7 August 28 August Friday of the first week of the course. (Day 5) Friday of the first week of the course. (Day 5) Friday of week three of the course. (Day 15) Monday after which two thirds of the course has
16 10 ACADEMIC FEES Block Release Summer Term Winter Term Friday of the week the course begins. (Day 5) Friday of the week the course begins. (Day 5) Friday of the week the course begins. (Day 5) Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable been presented/run. Monday after which two thirds of the course has been presented/run. Monday after which two thirds of the course has been presented/run. Monday after which two thirds of the course has been presented/run. No reduction will be granted if the notice to withdraw is received after the above deadlines. After the last date to withdraw from a course but before the tenth last teaching day of a semester or year course, a student may notify the faculty office that he or she does not intend to complete the course. In this case the course remains on the record with a result of INC. During the last ten days of a semester or year course such notifications will no longer be accepted and a result of DPR or AB will be awarded by the department. No withdrawal is possible after the cancel transcript entry date. 2.4 Add an Individual Course The following minimum penalties may be charged per course which is added: After the first Friday of the commencement of the course: Semester Course.R Year Course R After the course examination has been written: Semester Course. R Year Course....R Sibling Rebate Bursary Undergraduate Full-time Students with South African Citizenship or Permanent Residence An undergraduate full-time student who is a South African citizen or has South African permanent residence; who has siblings at UCT also studying towards a full-time undergraduate degree; whose total family income is below R660,000; where the student or siblings are not in receipt of financial assistance, sponsorship or the UCT Staff Tuition rate; will, on successful application to the Manger, Student Financial Aid Office, receive a bursary equivalent to 20% of their siblings tuition fees.
17 ACADEMIC FEES 11 This concession does not apply to the tuition fees of the first child and funding received will be limited to the costs of all courses registered for at the start of the academic year. Funding will be adjusted should a sibling cancel a course/s or receive alternate funding. Families with more than 2 siblings in full-time undergraduate study at UCT and whose income exceeds the stated cut-off may apply for special consideration. This funding is not automatically renewed and must be applied for every year. Application forms are available on the UCT Student Financial Aid website at Application Closing Date is 31 March in the year of study. No late applications will be considered. 2.6 Undergraduate Students Wishing to Take Additional Courses A student other than a student who is catching up on his/her studies; who is permitted in any given year by Senate to take one or more courses in addition to the full standard curriculum; on the grounds of a good academic record. Ordinarily this is taken to be students on the Dean s merit list; in order to enrich and enhance his/her curriculum. will, on successful application to the Senate Committee responsible, be charged fees only for the courses that make up the full standard curriculum. Where courses chosen are priced differently, the student will effectively be charged and pay for the most expensive set of courses making up a full standard curriculum. In such cases, the price for all courses taken will be raised on the fees statement, and a credit will be given to reduce the overall cost in line with the above paragraph. 2.7 Leave of Absence A student who is granted a prospective academic concession for Leave of Absence will be entitled to a fee rebate depending on the date and period for which the Leave of Absence is granted. Refer Rule G.16. If Leave of Absence is granted before the following date for the remainder of the academic year: (a) (b) Whole Year Courses starting in February 20 February % adjustment 7 April % adjustment 24 July % adjustment 7 September % adjustment First Semester Courses starting in February 20 February % adjustment 7 April % adjustment
18 12 ACADEMIC FEES (c) Second Semester Courses starting in July 24 July % adjustment 7 September % adjustment These dates will be strictly adhered to. No further concessions will be granted if Leave of Absence is granted after the above deadlines. Students are required to pay the minimum prescribed academic fees prior to graduation.
19 OTHER FEES AND LEVIES OTHER FEES AND LEVIES 3.1 Sports Clubs and Societies Additional fees for registered students are payable in respect of the following: Subscriptions to Clubs and Societies... variable up to R Membership lapses at the end of each academic year and students have to re-register each year should they wish to continue their membership. There is no refund if a student cancels his/her membership during the year. 3.2 Supplementary or Deferred Examinations Any subject:...no Charge 3.3 Ordinary Examinations without Re-attendance at Course Education (per unit) and courses where the fee is less than R R 300 Any other subject: including students writing it for purpose of entrance examinations... R 600 Certain MBChB courses... R Credit and/or Exemption The fee for exemption from a course, and/or credit for a course completed at another university, is R50 per course or per half course with a maximum fee of R Fee for Checking of Examination Results A candidate who believes that an error has occurred in the examination of his/her scripts is entitled to have his/her scripts checked. The checking does not involve the marking of a script anew (see Rule G23.4 in Handbook 3, General Rules and Policies) but is limited to checking the addition of the marks and to making sure that marks have been allotted to every section of every question attempted. To have his/her script checked, a student must apply in writing to the Registrar before 5 January in respect of all examinations taken during the previous academic year and before 1 March in respect of all deferred or supplementary examinations written in January or February. The fee is R 200 per course and the fee must accompany the application. The fee will be refunded if a correction is made to the class of pass.
20 14 OTHER FEES AND LEVIES 3.6 Duplicate Degree and Diploma Certificates. Degree certificates are handed to graduates presented for their degrees at the graduation ceremony or posted as soon as possible thereafter to graduates admitted to their degrees in absentia. Diploma certificates are issued to successful candidates in the same way. A duplicate certificate of any UCT qualification will be issued at a fee of R 300 where satisfactory evidence of destruction or irretrievable loss of the original is submitted. An affidavit to the effect that irretrievable loss has occurred, signed and attested to before a Commissioner of Oaths, must accompany this application. A certified statement, giving the title and date of the degree or diploma obtained by the candidate, will be supplied on application and on payment of a fee of R Fee for Academic Records Any student who qualifies for a degree or diploma will be posted three original copies of an academic transcript (without charge) within one month of the Graduation Ceremony. Academic transcripts other than these may be obtained on application to the Registrar and on payment of the relevant fees as per the schedule below: (a) (b) (c) (d) A minimum of three printed copies of official transcripts to be collected by the student or an authorised third party... R 50 A minimum of three printed copies of official transcripts to be posted to an address within Southern Africa... R 50 A minimum of three printed copies of official transcripts to be posted to an address outside Southern Africa... R 100 (including postage) A minimum of five electronic copies of official transcript to be ed to the student or an authorised third party... R Verification of Academic Record (a) Basic verification of qualification and of graduation date, to be mailed/faxed to an address within Southern Africa...No charge (b) Basic verification of qualification and of graduation date, to be mailed/faxed to an address outside Southern Africa... R 100 (c) Completion of basic documentation, to be mailed/faxed to an address within Southern Africa... R 150 (d) Completion of basic documentation, to be mailed/faxed to an address outside Southern Africa... R 200 (e) Completion of complex documentation to be mailed or faxed... R 400 Where academic transcripts are requested along with verification documentation, the charges in 3.7 apply 3.9 Verification of Past Training in Faculty of Health Sciences The verification of the undergraduate training of UCT graduates is done by the Faculty Office of Health Sciences. The verification of postgraduate medical training is done by individual departments but coordinated by the Faculty Office. Foreign professional boards have different requirements for the registration of South African health sciences graduates in those countries. Verification fees at the UCT Faculty of Health Sciences
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