Required application documents

Your application will be considered as soon as we receive all your admission documents. If we do not receive all your documents by the closing date, your application will unfortunately not be considered. Your signed contract, your application documents (finalised and complete) as well as proof of payment must be uploaded online before the closing date. Remember to place your student number on each application document to ensure that we can identify the documents. 

YOUR APPLICATION DOCUMENTS:

  • Your contract 
  • Student support form (Students with special needs)  
  • Qualification documents
    • Please ensure that you upload qualification documents for each tertiary qualification obtained and that the documents is official and certified. This implies that your original qualification documents (academic transcript and accompanying degree certificate) which you recieved upon graduation must be stamped and signed by the awarding institution. Qualifications shorter than 12 months in duration will not be considered.
    • Alternatively, you could also provide copies of the original documentation, which must be stamed and signed by the awarding institution, notary public, or a Commissioner of Oaths (attorney or diplomatic official). Documentation certified at a police station will not be accepted. Online results obtained from self-service portals will also not be accepted.
    • Qualification documents in foreign languages must be accompanied by sworn translations, word for word into English and certified by an official translator. In other words, both the documents in the original language and the English translation must be submitted.
  • Proof of English Language proficiency (click here for English Language requirements)
     

ADDITIONAL SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION:

Please note that certain programmes require additional supporting documentation which must accompany your application. 

The following programmes require additional supporting documentation, click on the relevant  programme to view: