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APPLICATION CHECKLIST

Attend our Open Day on the Stellenbosch


University and Tygerberg campuses on Saturday,
1 25 February 2017, from 09:00 to 16:00.

Choose a programme at
Stellenbosch University - also two alternative
programmes.
2 Visit www.maties.com >
What can I study?

Take note of closing dates for application.


31 May: MB,ChB programme
3 30 June: All other programmes and
accommodation in University residences

Apply for admission:


Do e-application at www.maties.com.
4 Or get a paper application form at
021808 9111 or at info@sun.ac.za.

The University will inform you by e-mail


that your application has been received.
You will receive your student number
5 (username) and password.

Complete your application. Upload all the required


application documents before the closing dates
(see item 7). Incomplete applications cannot be
considered for admission.
6 Visit www.maties.com > Apply > Application
documents.

Monitor the completeness and status of your


application for admission and accommodation (if
applicable). Visit www.maties.com > Apply >
7 Status of application and sign in with your student
number and password.

Book your place for the National Benchmark Tests at www.nbt.ac.za.


After one month, make sure that the University received your results.
Visit www.maties.com > Admissions > National Benchmark Tests
8 and > My NBT results.

9 Attend our big Welcoming Week at the start of 2018!


GENERAL
INFORMATION
Client Services centre Studies, Dramatic Arts, Economics, Engineering Graphics
Tel: 021 808 9111 and Design, Geography, History, Information Technology,
Fax: 021 808 3822 Languages (one language of learning and teaching at
E-mail: info@sun.ac.za a higher education institution and two other recognised
language subjects), Life Sciences, Mathematics,
Follow us Mathematical Literacy, Music, Physical Sciences, Religion
Facebook: www.facebook.com/MatiesFanPage Studies, Visual Arts.
Twitter: @FutureMaties
Youtube: www.youtube.com/user/StellenboschUni Conditional admission
If you have not written the final NSC examination yet
ADMISSION TO THE UNIVERSITY on application, your final Grade 11 marks will determine
The University receives many more applications than there whether the University will admit you conditionally to a
are places for. Therefore, even though you may meet the programme. Conditional admission means that you are
minimum admission requirements of a programme, you admitted on condition that your final results for the NSC
are not guaranteed admission to the programme of your meet the basic admission requirements for university study
choice. All our programmes are selection programmes and and the minimum admission requirements of the programme
applicants are selected according to the faculties selection you applied for. Only then can your admission to the
guidelines on www.maties.com. University be finalised.
Applicants who matriculated before 2008 may contact
Closing dates for application our Client Services Centre (see above) for the relevant
MB,ChB programme under Medicine and Health admission requirements.
Sciences: 31 May
All other programmes and University residence NATIONAL BENCHMARK TESTS
accommodation: 30 June The National Benchmark Tests (NBTs) are a
measurement instrument for first-year applicants to enter
Basic admission requirements for university study higher education.
A National Senior Certificate (NSC) as certified by All prospective students who wish to register at
Umalusi for admission to bachelors degree studies, Stellenbosch for their first year are compelled to write the
requiring at least 50% in four school subjects from the list NBTs, irrespective of the year in which they completed
of subjects designated for university admission*. Grade 12 or the examination system they followed.
Writing of the National Benchmark Tests (NBTs) required The NBTs assess a candidates ability to apply his/her
by your chosen programme. academic literacy (language skills), quantitive literacy
Please note that when you apply for a programme in the (numeracy skills) and mathematics in a tertiary (higher
faculties of Law and of Medicine and Health Sciences, education) setting.
the NBTs need to be written by 30 June if you want to be The NBTs consist of two tests. The first test combines
considered for selection. an academic literacy and quantitative literacy evaluation
Further specific requirements to be found under individual (AQL) in one multiple choice test. There are seven
programmes. sections that must each be completed within a set time.
Also see the faculties selection guidelines on The second test evaluates mathematical (MAT) ability,
www.maties.com. also by means of a multiple choice test, to be written
within three hours.
*Subjects for university admission: Accounting, The NBTs are managed by the Alternative Admissions
Agricultural Sciences, Business Studies, Consumer Research Project at the University of Cape Town. Further

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particulars on the NBTs are available on the website Financial help for needy students
provided below.
It is the test candidates responsibility to check that his/ Closing dates for bursary applications
her NBT results are indeed loaded onto the www.maties. For NSFAS financial assistance, apply from 1 August to
com website (see Apply >National Benchmark Tests> 30 November. Apply directly on the NSFAS website at
My NBT Results ...). If the results are not loaded, send www.nsfas.org.za/content/loans.html.
the following particulars to the SU Client Services Centre: To improve your chances to obtain financial assistance, also
your NBT number, ID number, SU student number and apply online at www.maties.com using your student number
official NBT results. for a bursary or loan through Stellenbosch University:
31 August for all bursaries and bursary loans
Enquiries about the writing Enquiries about the use of administered by the University.
of NBTs and the availability NBT results for selection The closing dates for bursaries from private companies
of NBT results and placement at SU vary. See Calendar Part 2.

NBT Call Centre (University Client Services Centre Enquiries for bursaries
of Cape Town) (Stellenbosch University) Client Services Centre: 021 808 9111 of info@sun.ac.za
Tel: 021650 3523 Tel: 021808 9111 Website: www.maties.com > Bursaries and Loans
Website: www.nbt.ac.za Website: www.maties.com
E-mail: info@sun.ac.za FEES
Application fees
Electronic applications: Pay the application fees
LANGUAGE AT THE UNIVERSITY electronically at the same time.
Stellenbosch University (SU) is committed to engagement Applications using the paper form: The application fees
with knowledge in a diverse society and strives through the may accompany the form by means of a cheque or postal
Language Policy to ensure equitable access to learning and order. Alternatively, attach an electronic funds transfer (EFT)
teaching opportunities for all students and staff members. proof of payment slip.
Multilingualism is promoted as an important distinguishing
feature of Stellenbosch University. Afrikaans, English and First payment of fees payable on day of registration
isiXhosa are used in academic, administrative, professional (These fees apply for 2017.)
and social contexts. Pedagogically grounded teaching and Tuition fees (degree programmes) R11 353
learning are facilitated by medium of Afrikaans and English. Tuition fees (certificate and diploma programmes) R8 280
The language of instruction for each module is shown on the Accommodation fees R10600
respective faculties websites and on the module framework
made available to students when classes start. Support is How to pay
provided for the mastery of academic language in Afrikaans The University accepts various methods of payment: online
and English. More Information on language at SU is with a credit card (see web address below for payment
available on the website www.sun.ac.za/language. methods), cash, crossed cheque made out to Stellenbosch
University, electronic deposit, direct deposit at the bank,
BURSARIES AND LOANS debit card, and crossed postal order or debit order (debit
Stellenbosch University offers various bursaries in two main order form available at the web address below or from Sean
categories: Davidse at 021 808 3530).
1. Automatic award: Merit bursaries (on the basis of
Grade 12 results) Banking details:
2. Award based on application: Standard Bank
Sports bursaries (Enquiries: Maties Sport 021808 4642) Branch code 050610
Bursaries for study in specific faculties or departments Account number 063163225
General bursaries for study in most faculties SWIFT code (only for payments from abroad) SBZAZAJJ
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Provide your student number as reference. Website for payment methods: www.maties.com > Fees
E-mail your proof of payment slip to Arlene Amerika at > Payment options
studentegelde@sun.ac.za or fax it to her at 021808 3739.
ACCOMMODATION
After the first payment at registration, pay the balance of the Residential accommodation
account like this: How to apply
1. Pay according to the debit order system in eight equal The same prescribed form used to apply for admission
instalments (the first on 1 April), or to Stellenbosch University is used for applications for
2. Pay in two instalments before or on 31 May and 30 Sept. residence accommodation.
Space in University residences is limited and applicants
Approximate study fees for 2017 are therefore subject to a selection process. Applications
Here are the 2017 study fees for full programmes. Use these for accommodation usually exceed the available space at
as approximate figures to give you an indication of what study the University. We therefore regretfully cannot guarantee
fees may be in 2018. Tuition fees may potentially increase that you will obtain a place in a residence or in the
annually by about 8 to 10%. In due course you may obtain the residence of your choice.
2018 fees for specific programmes at the address below. To be considered for a place in a residence you must first
be admitted to a programme at the University. Should
BA (Bachelor of Arts) R35 394 your first choice of study be subject to an extended
BA in Law R42 524 selection process (as in the case of a programme in the
BMus (Bachelor of Music) R38 637 Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences), your second
BA in Drama and Theatre Studies R34 310 choice of study may be used to apply for accommodation.
BA in Visual Arts R34 703 In this way you will ensure that you are considered for
LLB (Bachelor of Laws four-year) R42 374 a place in residence, even if in the end you are not
BSc (Bachelor of Science) R42 783 accepted for your first choice of study.
BSc in Forestry and Wood Sciences R40 047 The residence placement procedure is finalised by 30
BScAgric (Bachelor of Science in Agriculture) R40 386 October. By this date you should know whether you have
BSc in Food Science R42 142 a place in a residence. If your application is unsuccessful,
BCom (Bachelor of Commerce) R35 332 we will confirm this after 30October.
BCom in Law R43 971 Once you have been placed in a residence, switching
BCom in Actuarial Science R51 146 between residences will not be allowed.
BAcc (Bachelor of Accounting) R38 960
BAccLLB R46 110 How we allocate places in residences
BEng (Bachelor of Engineering) R52 057 The University allocates places in residences in a series
BEd (Bachelor of Education) R34 283 of rounds, according to academic merit and diversity,
BTh (Bachelor of Theology) R35 220 as indicated in our residence placement policy (see our
BDiv (Bachelor of Divinity) R38 979 website). Excellence strengthened by diversity is an
MB,ChB (Medicine) R55 132 important principle in the Universitys residence placement
Bachelor of Occupational Therapy R41 669 policy, and this principle is continually considered, along with
Bachelor of Speech-Language and Hearing other stipulations. The University believes that exposure
Therapy R39 566 to diversity plays an important role in producing excellent
BSc in Physiotherapy R42 213 students.
BSc in Dietetics R43 620
Diversity factors: (i) students citizenship South African
Enquiries and foreign; (ii) students language of preference (Afrikaans,
Client Services Centre: 021808 9111 or info@sun.ac.za English and other); (iii) students ethnicity (brown, black,
Cost of specific study programme: www.maties.com > Indian and white); (iv) first generation Maties and Maties
Fees > Provisional statement of fees (quotation) who have a multi-generational history of University
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attendance; and (v) students of varying economic status to see whether you were successful with your application >
(students who are financially self-sufficient and those who, Apply > Status of application
on the basis of the means test, come into consideration for
support bursaries). ACADEMIC SUPPORT
Extended degree programmes
In the first round of placement, academic merit is the main The extended degree programmes are full status
consideration, and, in the second round of placement, the programmes that provide an alternative route to academic
aim is to realise the desired diversity profile while still taking success. Extended degree programmes are offered in the
academic merit into consideration. following faculties: AgriSciences, Arts and Social Sciences,
Economic and Management Sciences, Engineering,
Approximate cost of University accommodation Medicine and Health Sciences, Science, and Theology. Each
Approximate costs for double room tariffs per year may be faculty has its own admission procedure for its extended
estimated from current 2017 prices listed below. Bear in degree programmes. Usually candidates whose results
mind that boarding costs might increase by about 8 to 10% fall just short of the admission requirements or selection
annually. Keep an eye on our website for the official prices criteria are eligible for such programmes. Socio-economic
for 2018. disadvantaged candidates are given preference.
Women R32 200 Website: www0.sun.ac.za/ctl/af/vir-fakulteite-2/verlengde-
Men R32 880 graadprogramme/

Meals: There are various options (e.g. three meals per day, SciMathUS bridging programme
seven days per week, cost R19 155 per year). SciMathUS, a one-year university preparation programme,
offers educationally disadvantaged learners who do not
Private accommodation meet the minimum admission requirements of a degree
Students who do not live in a residence on campus are part programme, a second chance. You choose between a
of the Private Student Organisation (PSO) and are allocated Science and Accounting stream. You will also do Introduction
to one of its ten wards. The PSO wards are organised to University Mathematics and acquire additional skills
together with residences into six groups (or clusters). For necessary to be successful in higher education. If
each of these clusters, a building (called a hub) is being you choose the Science stream, you rewrite the NSC
erected, where day students can spend free time, and where examination for Mathematics and Physical Sciences. If
they too will have the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of you choose the Accounting stream, you take Accounting
residential life, such as the availability of network points to and Introduction in Economics with the Extended Degree
connect a computer to the Universitys network, its electronic Programme students, which are assessed by the University,
resources and the internet. In line with residences, the and you rewrite the NSC examination for Mathematics. With
PSO wards offer support to students through a mentor improved results, you may then reapply to be admitted to
programme and a variety of activities. The cluster hubs higher education.
Wimbledon and amaMaties are already completed and
operational. Each cluster has one or two open dining halls The programme supports Stellenbosch Universitys diversity
where PSO students may book and enjoy meals. goal and is funded mostly by the private sector. For
programme information, admission requirements and closing
Students in the Medicine and Health Sciences fall under dates for applications, visit our website or facebook page.
the Osler Tygerberg ward. Students on the Stellenbosch
campus can expect a letter, SMS or e-mail from their PSO SciMathUS enquiries: Adele Pool 021 808 3032; Noni
ward confirming their ward allocation, or they can check on Kulati 021 808 2301
the website given below. E-mail: bridging@sun.ac.za
Website: www.suncep.sun.ac.za/UPP/SciMathUS/
Enquiries scimathus_index.html
Client Services Centre: 021808 9111 or info@sun.ac.za Facebook: www.facebook.com/SciMathUS
Website: www.maties.com > Accommodation; for our
placement policy > Residence application and placement;
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CENTRE FOR STUDENT RECRUITMENT AND Indemnity
CAREER ADVICE The University reserves the right to adjust the information
There is such a wide variety of study programmes to choose in this brochure at any time and as the need arises. This
from that you may be overwhelmed when you have to make information may therefore be incomplete or out of date. The
decisions about your career. Our doors at 45 Victoria Street information is given here to the best of our knowledge and
are open for prospective students and their parents. Feel as accurately and fully as was possible at the time of going
free to visit us if you need advice. to press in December 2016. Verifying the given information
remains the responsibility of the prospective student. The
Advisory services latest information is available on www.maties.com and at
Prospective students and their parents may also make an the telephone numbers given in this brochure.
appointment for a campus visit (discussion session and
campus tour) with one of our advisors about the specific Abbreviations
study programmes that are presented at the University. NSC = National Senior Certificate
NBTs = National Benchmark Tests
Career advice EDPs = extended degree programmes
Are you uncertain about what school subjects, university
study programmes or career to choose? You may make
an appointment with any of our psychologists for an
assessment for subject or career choices. At the Centre
registered professional psychologists offer career guidance
to support students to make an informed career choice.

The services are as follows:


Guidance for subject choices for Grade 9 learners
Career guidance for Grade 11 and 12 learners
* Both include psychometric assessment and an individual
feedback session.

Still uncertain about what career to choose? Make use of


our free career assessment and subject choice resources at
www.gostudy.net/maties.

Our popular Open Day will be presented on Saturday,


25 February 2017.

Enquiries
Tel: 021 808 4704 / 4709
Fax: 021 808 4708
E-mail: maties@sun.ac.za
Website: www.maties.com

WELCOMING PROGRAMME
After you have received conditional admission to the study
programme for which you have applied, the University will
provide you with details about when you should report
at Stellenbosch for the Welcoming Programme (which
is compulsory), and how to register as a student. This
information will also be made available to you on our
website from November onwards.
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CONTENT
7 Faculty of AgriSciences
9 Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

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Faculty of Economic and
Management Sciences
15 Faculty of Education

16 Faculty of Engineering

17 Faculty of Law

19 Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

20 Faculty of Military Sciences

20 Faculty of Science
24 Faculty of Theology
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FACULTY OF

AGRISCIENCES
Admission and selection: Applicants who meet the minimum requirements for their chosen programme, are selected
according to the Facultys selection guidelines available on www.maties.com.

Programmes Minimum admission requirements Career opportunities

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND Write the NBTs AQL and MAT BAgricAdmin: Manager in
MANAGEMENT An NSC aggregate of at least 60% agribusiness, focusing on crop or animal
(excluding Life Orientation) production. Agricultural economist at
financial institution (feasibility studies,
BAgricAdmin English OR Afrikaans (Home business plans, cash flow planning).
3 years Language or First Additional
Language) 50% BScAgric: Researcher in
Field of study: Mathematics 60% macroeconomic analysis (impact
- Agribusiness Management Physical Sciences (Physics and assessment and design of agricultural
Chemistry) 50% and food policy); agricultural economist
at a financial institution or marketing
BScAgric organisation (valuations, risk analyses,
4 years business plans, cash flow); manager
and specialist at public sector or
Fields of study: international organisations dealing with
- Agricultural Economic Analysis economic development (e.g. the World
- Agricultural Economic Analysis and Bank). Manager of food-processing
Management concerns.
- Agricultural Economic Analysis and
Management with Food Science
- Agricultural Economics and Food
Science

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AND Write the NBTs AQL (all students) General agricultural manager,
MANAGEMENT and, if Mathematics is to be taken at agricultural production manager,
university as a subject, also MAT winemaker, cellar manager,
BAgric in Agricultural Production An NSC aggregate of at least 60% agricultural extension officer and
and Management: Elsenburg (excluding Life Orientation) careers in agritourism, research,
3 years English OR Afrikaans (Home education and training in your chosen
Language or First Additional study fields. More information on
Fields of study (choose two): Language) 50% 021 808 5451.
- Agronomy and pastures Mathematics 50% OR
- Animal production Mathematical Literacy 60%
- Cellar management Physical Sciences (Physics and
- Cellar technology Chemistry) 50% OR
- Extension
- Pomology Life Sciences 50% OR
- Vegetable production Agricultural Sciences 50%
- Viticulture and oenology

ANIMAL PRODUCTION SYSTEMS Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Consultant, entrepreneur, manager,
An NSC aggregate of at least 60% technician, extension officer or
BScAgric (excluding Life Orientation) production manager in animal sciences
4 years English OR Afrikaans (Home or in related industries (such as
Language or First Additional animal nutrition, meat science, animal
Fields of study: Language) 50% physiology, animal reproduction and
- Animal Science Mathematics 60% animal breeding), or in the aquaculture
- Animal Science with Agronomy Physical Sciences (Physics and industry, stock-farmer and game
- Animal Science with Aquaculture Chemistry) 50% farmer.
- Animal Science with Conservation
Ecology
- Agricultural Economics with Animal
Science

CONSERVATION ECOLOGY AND Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Careers in environmental impact
ENTOMOLOGY An NSC aggregate of at least 60% assessment and monitoring,
(excluding Life Orientation) restoration ecology, conservation
BSc in Conservation Ecology English OR Afrikaans (Home biology, game farm management,
4 years Language or First Additional ecotourism, sustainable agriculture,
Language) 50% forestry and organic plant
Mathematics 60% management, community-based
Physical Sciences (Physics and natural resource management and
Chemistry) 50% research into conservation biology.

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FOOD PRODUCTION SYSTEMS Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Food scientists are employed to
An NSC aggregate of at least 60% do quality assurance, product
BSc in Food Science (excluding Life Orientation) development, research, technical
4 years English OR Afrikaans (Home support, sales, purchasing and
Language or First Additional production management in the food
Language) 50% industry.
Mathematics 60%
Physical Sciences (Physics and
Chemistry) 50%
FORESTRY AND WOOD SCIENCES Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Forest and Natural Resources
An NSC aggregate of at least 60% Sciences: Work as forestry expert,
BSc in Forestry (BScFor) (excluding Life Orientation) timber grower, environmental
4 years English OR Afrikaans (Home planner, forest researcher, forester,
Language or First Additional extension officer or consultant,
Fields of study: Language) 50% logistics manager, tree breeder,
- Forest and Natural Resource rural development advisor and
Sciences For the field of study Forestry and entrepreneur.
- Wood and Wood Products Natural Resource Sciences, also:
Sciences Mathematics 60% Wood and Wood Products
Physical Sciences (Physics and Sciences: Work as wood products
Chemistry) 50% expert, manager in a production
plant for wood products, product
For the field of study Wood and Wood development manager, quality
Products Sciences, also: assurance manager, consultant and
Mathematics 70% wood scientist.
Physical Sciences (Physics and
Chemistry) 60%
PLANT AND SOIL SCIENCES Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Career opportunities in crop
An NSC aggregate of at least 60% production (agronomy, deciduous
BScAgric (excluding Life Orientation) fruit, citrus, fynbos, viticulture and
4 years English OR Afrikaans (Home greenhouse), crop protection, genetic
Language or First Additional crop improvement, and soil and water
Language) 50% management. Various careers in the
Fields of study: Mathematics 60%
- Crop Productions agricultural industry or in agriculture-
Physical Sciences (Physics and
- Crop Protection and Breeding related industries, such as consultant,
Chemistry) 50%
- Soil and Water Management entrepreneur, manager, extension
If you wish to take Soil Science officer, technician or researcher.
and Chemistry as major subjects at
university:
Mathematics 70%
WINE PRODUCTION SYSTEMS Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Winemaker, viticulturist, researcher,
An NSC aggregate of at least 60% production manager, marketer,
BScAgric (excluding Life Orientation) technician, consultant or entrepreneur
4 years English OR Afrikaans (Home in wine-related industries.
Language or First Additional
Fields of study: Language) 50%
- Viticulture and Oenology (General) Mathematics 60%
- Oenology (Specialised) Physical Sciences (Physics and
Chemistry) 50%
EXTENDED DEGREE PROGRAMMES An NSC aggregate of at least 60% Careers as described above for each
1 extra year of study (excluding Life Orientation) programme.
English OR Afrikaans (Home
Language or First Additional
Except for BAgric in Agricultural Language) 50%
Production and Management Mathematics between 55% and 59,9%
(Elsenburg), all the programmes above Physical Sciences (Physics and
are also available as extended degree Chemistry) between 45% and 49,9%
NBT results between 33% and 47%
programmes.
For the BScAgric with Soil Science and
Chemistry as major subjects, as above
BUT:
Mathematics between 60% and 69,9%
For the BScAgric with field of study
Wood and Wood Products Sciences,
as above BUT:
Mathematics between 60% and
69,9% AND
Physical Sciences (Physics and
Chemistry) between 55% and 59,9%

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FACULTY OF

ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES


Language of instruction: Classes are offered mainly bilingually in Afrikaans and English (T specification). In
our Calendar the language of instruction is specified per module.

General Admission Requirements


Write the NBT AQL
An NSC aggregate of at least 65% (excluding Life Orientation)
See further admission requirements under the programmes
Also see the Facultys selection guidelines on www.maties.com > Admissions

GENERAL DEGREE PROGRAMMES


Our general programmes give you a broad background for a variety of careers in related fields.

Programmes Further admission requirements Career opportunities

BA in Humanities# Home Language 50% A choice of many subjects that focus


3 years First Additional Language 40% on either of the two routes. Further
postgraduate training prepares you
Routes: If Socio-Informatics is taken as a for professions such as teacher,
- Human Thought, Language, university subject, then also: psychologist, language practitioner,
Culture and Art Mathematics 50% OR journalist and town and regional
- People and Society Mathematical Literacy 70% planner.

BA in Language and Culture# Home Language 50% Careers in professions requiring


3 years First Additional Language 50% expertise in languages and culture,
diplomatic service, teaching,
publishing, advertising, tourism,
journalism and the translation
industry.

BA in Social Dynamics# Home Language 50% Subjects such as Economics,


3 years First Additional Language 40% Geography and Environmental
Studies, History, Political Science,
If Socio-Informatics is taken as a Psychology, Social Anthropology and
university subject, then also: Sociology with postgraduate study
Mathematics 50% OR can lead to a career in psychology,
Mathematical Literacy 70% planning, media, education
and training, liaising, politics,
If Economics is taken as a university management, research, policy
subject, then also: analysis and consultation.
Mathematics 60%

SPECIALISED DEGREE PROGRAMMES


Our specialised programmes are focused on specific careers.

BA in Development and the Home Language 50% Career possibilities in community


Environment# First Additional Language 40% development, population
3 years development, town and regional
If Socio-Informatics is taken as a planning, tourism, resource planning
university subject, then also: and management, and environmental
Mathematics 50% OR Mathematical planning and management in the
Literacy 70% public and private sectors.

If Economics is taken as a university


subject, then also:
Mathematics 60%

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BA in Drama and Theatre Studies Home Language 50% This qualification equips you for
3 years First Additional Language 50% a career in the theatre and media
Candidates must be available for industries, and gives you access to
Routes: auditions and/or interviews at the related fields such as public relations,
- Acting and Performance Training Drama Department in Stellenbosch marketing, teaching and cultural
- Technical and Management at the end of September affairs.
Training

Selection requirements and entrance


assignment available at www.maties.
com > What can I study > Arts and
Social Sciences or at
amm@sun.ac.za. Hand personal
information and written assignment in
by 15 August.

BA in Human Resource Home Language 50% Development manager, human


Management# First Additional Language 40% resource manager, psychometrician,
3 years Mathematics 50% management consultant and labour
relations practitioner. Leads to
If Statistics is taken as a university postgraduate studies in Human
subject, then: Resource Management or Industrial
Mathematics 60% Psychology.

BA in International Studies# English Home Language 50% OR The diplomatic service, parliament,
3 years English First Additional Language the National Intelligence Agency,
60% the tourism industry, international
journalism, public liaison work, the
import and export industry, and
institutions that promote commerce
and investment (e.g. Wesgro),
international organisations (such as
the UN, Amnesty International, World
Economic Forum).
BA in Law See BA (Law) under Faculty of Law.

Bachelor of Music (BMus) Home Language 50% Music educator (lecturer or teacher),
4 years First Additional Language 40% performing artist, accompanist, music
In the main instrument (or in director, musicologist, composer or
Selection based on an audition singing) at least a practical standard conductor. Music-related professions
and theoretical test, during which in classical music equivalent to such as journalist, music arranger
candidates must demonstrate the Grade VII examination and or music technologist. Postgraduate
proof of the required standards. On theoretical knowledge equivalent to fields of study: music education,
receiving your application, we send any of the examining bodies Grade performance, chamber music/
you information about the audition. V theory examination accompaniment, soloist singer/
Further information at solo instrumentalist, musicology,
mdn@sun.ac.za. If Mathematics is taken as a university composition, music technology,
subject, then also: ethnomusicology and choral
Mathematics 70% conducting
BA in Music Home Language 50% Private music teacher, conductor,
3 years First Additional Language 40% performing artist or accompanist.
In the main instrument (or in Upon further studies also music-
Selection based on an audition singing) at least a practical standard related professions such as music
and theoretical test, during which in classical music equivalent to journalist, music therapist or high
candidates must demonstrate the Grade VII examination and school teacher. Postgraduate studies
proof of the required standards. On theoretical knowledge equivalent to in your chosen major may open up
receiving your application, we send any of the examining bodies Grade other careers.
you information about the audition. V theory examination
Further information at
mdn@sun.ac.za. If Mathematics is taken as a university
subject, then also:
Mathematics 70%

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Diploma in Practical Music NBTs not to be written Instrumental or singing teacher,
3 years A National Senior Certificate with choral conductor, church organist,
at least 40% in each of four school performing artist or orchestral
Selection based on an audition subjects (excluding Life Orientation) musician.
and theoretical test, during which In the main instrument (or in
candidates must demonstrate singing) at least a practical standard
proof of the required standards. On in classical music equivalent to
receiving your application, we send the Grade VII examination and
you information about the audition. theoretical knowledge equivalent to
Further information at any of the examining bodies Grade
mdn@sun.ac.za. III/IV theory examination
Advanced Diploma in Practical Diploma in Practical Music with Performing artist, accompanist,
Music Music Studies S 221 and 261 music teacher or conductor. Studies
1 year might allow admission to BMus with
specialization in Music Education,
Selection based on an audition, Musical Performance in Chamber
during which candidates must Music or Accompaniment, Solo
demonstrate proof of the required Singing or Solo Performance,
standards. On receiving your Musicology, Composition, Music
application, we send you information Technology, Church Music,
about the audition. Further Ethnomusicology or Choir
information at mdn@sun.ac.za. Conducting.

Higher Certificate in Music NBTs not to be written You can add value to community
1 year A National Senior Certificate music projects. This qualification
In the main instrument (or in can prepare you for the Diploma in
Selection based on an audition singing) at least a practical standard Practical Music or one of the music
and theoretical test, during which in classical music equivalent to degree programmes, provided
candidates must demonstrate the Grade V/VI examination and you comply with all the admission
proof of the required standards. On theoretical knowledge equivalent to requirements.
receiving your application, we send any of the examining bodies Grade
you information about the audition. III/IV theory examination
Further information at
mdn@sun.ac.za.

BA in Political, Philosophical and Home Language 50% Manager, journalist, business or


Economic Studies (PPE) First Additional Language 40% investment analyst, entrepreneur,
3 years Mathematics 60% diplomat, civil servant, researcher,
consultant or academic.

Bachelor of Social Work# Home Language 50% Social worker in state departments,
4 years First Additional Language 40% non-profit organisations, facilities for
persons with special needs, schools,
hospitals, occupational settings, and
in private practice. Can also practice
internationally.

BA in Socio-Informatics# Home Language 50% Knowledge engineer, business


3 years First Additional Language 40% analyst, project manager, internet
Mathematics 60% developer, corporate information
systems architect, knowledge
If Mathematics is taken as a university manager, electronic business
subject, then: specialist, database manager and
Mathematics 70% analyst in decision support systems.

BA in Sport Science Home Language 50% Sports coaching, recreation


3 years First Additional Language 40% leadership, sports administration,
Mathematics 40% OR sports marketing, sports
Place for 80 students. Complete the Mathematical Literacy 70% management, sport for persons
Departments selection questionnaire Physical Sciences 40% OR with disabilities, the fitness industry,
and medical history form (available at Life Sciences 50% biokinetics (on completing honours
021808 9111 or www.maties.com > Attendance of and participation in degree and internship), sport
What can I study > Arts and Social sport practicals are compulsory research and teaching (physical
Sciences) and submit with your training). Sport Science can be
application for admission. combined with Geography and
Environmental Studies, Psychology,
Afrikaans en Nederlands or English
Studies.

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BA in Visual Arts Home Language 50% Professional fine artist, art teacher,
4 years First Additional Language 40% graphic designer, illustrator, jewellery
Selection based on a prescribed designer and manufacturer, art
Portfolio to be handed in by 30 portfolio of art critic or art theorist. Related
September. Information at professions: stage designer, book
www.maties.com > What can I study? designer, curator, museum and art
> Arts and Social Sciences or at gallery custodian, art dealer, art
021 808 2508 mornings only. entrepreneur, gemmologist, technical
expert in sculpture, welding, casting,
Routes:
lithography as well as fields such
- Fine Arts
as film production, art direction,
- Jewellery and Metal Design
photography and advertising.
- Visual Communication Design

# Extended Degree Programmes An NSC aggregate of at least 60 Careers as described above for the
4 years 64,9% (excluding Life Orientation) various programmes.

Available in all programmes marked Students are selected for the extended
degree programmes at the discretion
with a #. of the Faculty. See Academic support
on page 4.

FACULTY OF

ECONOMIC AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES


Language of instruction
The Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences has one undergraduate programme that is offered in both English
and Afrikaans in separate streams from the first to the final year (parallel-medium instruction), namely the BAcc degree
programme.

The first year of all other undergraduate programmes are presented in English and Afrikaans (parallel-medium
instruction), with some exceptions where modules are offered in only English. In the second and third years the
language of instruction differs from module to module and can be either one of, or a combination of, the following:
parallel medium (Afrikaans and English classes are presented in separate groups); English, with support in Afrikaans; or
in exceptional cases English only. (See Language at the University on page 2).

Selection
In the first place, candidates must meet the requirements of the programme they are applying for. According to the
Facultys selection guidelines (see www.maties.com), your application will be considered based on the grounds of your
selection mark, your Grade 11 marks (or your Grade 12 marks if you have already matriculated) and whether place is
available in the programme. This arrangement excludes BAccLLB and BCom (Law).

Selection mark = (2 x Mathematics average + the average of 5 other subjects, excluding Life Orientation) 7

Note: Where applicants present more than six school subjects from the list designated for university admission (p.1), the
five highest marks are used for the average of the other subjects. For applicants who present fewer than six subjects,
the following calculation will be used:
(2 x Mathematics average + averages of 3 other subjects) 5

DEGREE PROGRAMMES WITH A FOCUS ON LAW


For admission requirements and career opportunities, see under the Faculty of Law:
BCom (Law)
BAccLLB

BROAD DEGREE PROGRAMMES WITH VARIOUS CAREER FOCUSES

Programmes Minimum admission requirements Career opportunities

BCom Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Become an expert in the public or
3 years An NSC aggregate of at least 60% private sector who can add value in
(excluding Life Orientation) the area of economic thought and the
You build up your own curriculum Mathematics 60% management of a business or a public
English Home Language 50% OR
from a wide choice of subjects, Afrikaans Home Language 50% OR organisation, including financial and
which may include a subject from the English First Additional Language human resource management.
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. 60% OR Afrikaans First Additional
Language 60%. to next page>

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If you want to take Mathematics and/
or Computer Science as university
subjects:
Mathematics 70%
BCom (Economic Sciences) Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Economics: This leads to a career
3 years An NSC aggregate of at least 60% in the financial sector as economic/
(excluding Life Orientation) financial analyst or economic/
Focal areas (choose in second year): Mathematics 60% management consultant. Graduates
- Economics (Econometricians) English Home Language 50% OR with an aptitude for and training in
- Economics (Economic and Afrikaans Home Language 50% OR mathematics and statistics, along with
Management Consultants) English First Additional Language economics, can opt for employment
- Economics (Financial Sector) 60% OR Afrikaans First Additional as econometricians in the financial
- Transport Economics Language 60% or public sectors or at a research
institution.
If you want to take Mathematics and/or
Transport economics: Transport
Computer Science as university
economists plan and manage
subjects:
transport infrastructure, the formulates
Mathematics 70%
transport policy and controls transport
systems for public enterprises and
transport organisations.

Agricultural economics: Careers


BCom (Management Sciences) Write the NBTs AQL and MAT include entrepreneurship, general
3 years An NSC aggregate of at least 60% management, financial management
(excluding Life Orientation) and logistics management for the
Focal areas (choose in second year): Mathematics 60% provision of agricultural inputs and
- Agricultural economics English Home Language 50% OR services, for the processing and
- Entrepreneurship and innovation Afrikaans Home Language 50% OR distribution of agricultural products,
- Financial Management English First Additional Language and for agricultural financing.
- Human Resource Management 60% OR Afrikaans First Additional
- Information Systems Management Language 60% Entrepreneurship and innovation:
- Logistics Management This focal area teaches you how to
- Marketing Management create your own job opportunities
- Public and Development and to make creative contributions to
Management other businesses.
- Quantitative Management
This programme is available as an Financial management: Whether
extended degree programme (EDP), you consider starting your own
entailing one extra year of study. One business or working for a big
cannot apply for the EDP; candidates company, a sound knowledge of
are selected from applicants for the financial management is essential
BCom (Management Sciences). for success. Follow a career as
investment analyst, financial manager
or financial adviser.
Human resource management: This leads to non-statutory registration as human resource practitioner with the South
African Board for People Practices. Follow a career as personnel manager, market researcher, training manager,
consultant or labour relations manager. (For statutory registration as psychometrist or industrial psychologist, see BCom
(Industrial Psychology).)

Information systems management: Knowledge technologies are integrated with organisational strategies and
processes in order to enhance productivity, efficiency and (sometimes) innovation.

Logistics management: A logistics manager plans and controls the efficient, effective flow and storage of goods,
services and related information from the place of origin to the place of consumption.

Marketing management: In this field you will be engaged in various marketing activities such as product decisions, price
determination, distribution, advertising and creating awareness of products or services. Possible careers are: marketing
manager, sales manager, client manager and advertising manager.

Public and development management: Management careers in the public, non-government and development sector
such as general, strategic, financial, personnel, project or programme manager. Development planner, community
developer or a specialist in policy and management research and consultation.

Quantitative management: After sufficient practical experience you can analyse and manage business functions and
processes at the strategic, tactical and operational levels.

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BCom (Mathematical Sciences) Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Computer science: With a broad
3 years An NSC aggregate of at least 60% knowledge of computer science and
(excluding Life Orientation) of the business world, you will be able
Focal areas (choose in second year): Mathematics 70% to make a success of a career as
- Computer Science English Home Language 50% OR programmer in any environment.
- Financial Risk Management Afrikaans Home Language 50% OR
- Mathematical Statistics English First Additional Language Financial risk management:
- Operations Research 60% OR Afrikaans First Additional People with training in financial risk
Language 60% management, mathematical statistics
and financial mathematicsare
appointed by large financial institutions as financial quantitative analysts, such as financial risk managers, portfolio
managers and financial instrument dealers.

Mathematical statistics: Mathematical-statistical theory, procedures and the accompanying computer skills are in great
demand in national and international corporate, research and public sectors. Follow a career as statistician, data miner,
data manager and statistical analyst in marketing, information and management departments.

Operations research: This practice-oriented focal area finds mathematically-based solutions for problems that have
a high degree of complexity, uncertainty and conflict in factories, businesses, banks, and the mining and agricultural
sectors.
BCom (International Business) Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Interaction with international students
4 years An NSC aggregate of at least 80% and the global marketplace prepares
(excluding Life Orientation) you for a role in international firms
The third year includes an Mathematics 70% as marketing manager, financial
international exchange semester. English Home Language 70% OR manager, entrepreneur or innovation
Language of instruction is English. English First Additional Language manager.
80%
Any additional language 70%

DEGREE PROGRAMMES FOR PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION


Programmes Minimum admission requirements Career opportunities

BCom (Actuarial Science) Write the NBTs AQL and MAT To become an Actuary (Fellow of the
3 years An NSC aggregate of at least 80% Actuarial Society of South Africa) you
(excluding Life Orientation) need to pass the fifteen examinations
Mathematics 80% of the professional body and have
Home Language 60% AND, if sufficient work experience. Successful
Home Language is not English, university studies may result in
English First Additional Language exemptions from many of these
75% examinations.

BAcc Write the NBTs AQL and MAT To obtain the professional qualifi
3 years An NSC aggregate of at least 70% cation of Chartered Accountant, you
(excluding Life Orientation) have to pass the examinations of
Classes in Afrikaans and in English Mathematics 70% OR the South African Institute of Char
(parallel-medium instruction) up to Mathematics 60% and Accounting tered Accountants (SAICA) and/or
final year. 70% the Independent Regulatory Board
English Home Language 50% OR for Auditors (IRBA). A chartered
Afrikaans Home Language 50% OR accountant can work as an auditor
English First Additional Language for an auditing firm. This profession
60% OR Afrikaans First Additional has statutory protection. Other jobs in
Language 60% financial management, management
accounting or tax consulting may also
be considered.
BCom (Management Write the NBTs AQL and MAT The internationally recognised
Accounting) An NSC aggregate of at least 60% professional qualification of chartered
3 years (excluding Life Orientation) management accountant is obtained
Mathematics 60% by passing the examinations of the
English Home Language 50% OR Chartered Institute of Management
Afrikaans Home Language 50% OR Accountants (CIMA, London).
English First Additional Language Chartered management accountants
60% OR Afrikaans First Additional focus on financial competencies and
Language 60% interpret and use financial information
in the management of a business.

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BCom (Financial Accounting) Write the NBTs AQL and MAT The internationally recognised
3 years An NSC aggregate of at least 60% professional qualification of chartered
(excluding Life Orientation) certified accountant is obtained by
Mathematics 60% passing the examinations of the
English Home Language 50% OR Association of Chartered Certified
Afrikaans Home Language 50% OR Accountants (ACCA, London).
English First Additional Language Certified accountants prepare
60% OR Afrikaans First Additional financial statements, do internal
Language 60% auditing and give advice on business
and taxation matters.
BCom (Industrial Psychology) Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Statutory registration with the
3 years An NSC aggregate of at least 60% Health Professions Council of South
(excluding Life Orientation) Africa (HPCSA) as psychometrist
Mathematics 60% (independent practice) is possible
English Home Language 50% OR after obtaining the BCom (Industrial
Afrikaans Home Language 50% OR Psychology) and BComHons
English First Additional Language (Industrial Psychology) degrees,
60% OR Afrikaans First Additional an internship of six months and
Language 60% passing a professional board exam.
Statutory registration as an Industrial
Psychologist with the HPCSA is
possible after successful completion
of the MCom (Industrial Psychology)
programme, an internship of 12
months and a professional board
exam.
BCom (focal area Financial Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Careers as financial advisors in
Planning) An NSC aggregate of at least 60% banking, insurance and other
3 years (excluding Life Orientation) industries, and in own enterprise.
Mathematics 60% For the internationally recognised
English Home Language 50% OR qualification of Certified Financial
Afrikaans Home Language 50% OR Planner (CFP), follow up with the
English First Additional Language Postgraduate Diploma in Financial
60% OR Afrikaans First Additional Planning and write an entrance
Language 60% examination.

BCom (focal area Investment Write the NBTs AQL and MAT The curriculum is based on that of the
Management) An NSC aggregate of at least 60% sought-after international Chartered
3years (excluding Life Orientation) Financial Analyst. Careers include
Mathematics 60% investment analyst, portfolio manager,
English Home Language 50% OR securities broker and trader.
Afrikaans Home Language 50% OR
English First Additional Language
60% OR Afrikaans First Additional
Language 60%

FACULTY OF

EDUCATION
Language of instruction
Classes are mainly taught bilingually in English and Afrikaans.
Selection
Applicants who meet the minimum requirements of the BEd programmes are selected according to the Facultys
selection guidelines (see www.maties.com > Admissions).

Programmes Minimum admission requirements Career opportunities

BEd (Foundation Phase Education) Write the NBT AQL Teacher for Grades R to 3.
4 years An NSC or IEB aggregate of at least
55% (excluding Life Orientation) You may continue your studies in
You take two language modules Mathematics 40% OR Foundation Phase Education by
(one Home Language and one First Mathematical Literacy 60% taking BEdHons (Foundation Phase
Additional Language) in all four years AND Education) after which you may
of study and a communicative (third) Learners who were taught in English: specialise in curriculum development,
language in your third year. school management or education
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From your second year of study English (Home Language or First policy (MEd).
you gain practical experience by Additional Language) 60%
observing at schools for two weeks Afrikaans OR isiXhosa (Home Or, with further training, you can
at the beginning of the school year Language or First Additional become a remedial teacher (BEdHons
(second and third year of study) and Language) 50% and MEd in Educational Support) or
by doing nine weeks of teaching OR an educational psychologist (MEd
practice at a school during the third Learners who were taught in Afrikaans: (Psych)).
school term (second to fourth year of Afrikaans (Home Language or First
study). Additional Language) 60%
English OR isiXhosa (Home
Language or First Additional
Language) 50%

BEd (Intermediate Phase Write the NBT AQL Primary school teacher for Grades 4
Education) An NSC or IEB aggregate of at least to 7 with the competence to teach two
4 years 55% (excluding Life Orientation) intermediate school subjects and two
Mathematics 40% OR languages.
You take language modules and gain Mathematical Literacy 60%
practical experience as for the BEd AND You may specialise in curriculum
(Foundation Phase). In your first year Learners who were taught in English: development, school management or
you take the Mathematics teaching English (Home Language or First education policy by taking BEdHons
module and choose two school Additional Language) 60% and MEd in one of these fields of
subjects to teach from the following Afrikaans OR isiXhosa (Home study.
teaching modules: Language or First Additional
Economic and Management Language) 50% Or, with further training, you can
Sciences (ed) OR become a remedial teacher (BEdHons
Life Skills Learners who were taught in Afrikaans: and MEd in Educational Support) or
Natural Sciences (ed) Afrikaans (Home Language or First an educational psychologist (MEd
Social Sciences (ed) Additional Language) 60% (Psych)).
Mathematics (ed) English OR isiXhosa (Home
Language or First Additional
From the second year you continue
with the two teaching modules of your Language) 50%
choice.
Postgraduate Certificate in A degree from one of the other High school teacher in two subjects
Education (PGCE) faculties with one or two school (or in one subject with additional
1 year subjects. study in this subject).

Specialisation with advanced studies


You choose one or preferably two On www.maties.com, see the Faculty as for BEd above.
teaching modules. All teaching of Education Calendar for the teaching
modules are not necessarily modules and their requirements. Remedial teacher (BEdHons and
presented every year. A minimum MEd in Educational Support) or
of 5 students per module is usually an educational psychologist (MEd
required. (Psych)).

FACULTY OF

ENGINEERING
The BEng programmes have been accredited by the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) for registration of
graduates as Professional Engineers after acquiring the relevant experience in practice.

Language of instruction
Details of the undergraduate language offering in the BEng programmes can be obtained via the Facultys website. See
www.sun.ac.za/english/faculty/eng/ > Programmes.

Minimum admission requirements for the four-year BEng programmes


Write the NBTs AQL and MAT
An NSC aggregate of at least 70%
Mathematics 70%
Physical Sciences 60%
English Home Language 40% OR
English First Additional Language 60% OR
English First Additional Language 50% TOGETHER WITH either Afrikaans Home Language 40% or Afrikaans First
Additional Language 60%
Over and above the aforementioned, applicants are also subject to selection according to selection criteria.

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Selection criteria for the four-year BEng programmes
According to the Facultys selection guidelines (see www.maties.com), your selection mark is calculated by using the
score (out of 100) of your Grade 11 subjects (for conditional selection) or Grade 12 subjects (for final selection) as
follows:
Selection mark = Mathematics percentage + Physical Sciences percentage + (6 x Matric average)
The Matric average is calculated from the 6 best Matric subjects percentages (excluding Life Orientation). The
maximum score is 800. Note that Mathematics and Physical Sciences normally also contribute to the average.
Over the last few years a selection mark of 600 or more gave students a good chance on admission to certain
programmes, but in others 630 or more were required. In other words, to have a reasonable chance of selection for
some programmes, your mark for Mathematics, as well as your NSC average, should be above 76, and Physical
Sciences above 65, while for other programmes Mathematics and average marks of at least 80, together with a Physical
Sciences mark of at least 70, will be needed.
Extended degree programmes (EDPs)
A limited number of applicants who meet the minimum requirements of the EDPs will be considered for the EDPs.
Preference will be given to candidates from educationally disadvantaged backgrounds. The EDPs require one extra year
of study.

Programmes Career opportunities

BEng (Chemical) Chemical engineers specialise in the large-scale operation of processes


4 years by which various consumer products are produced, such as chemicals,
EDP 5 years pharmaceutical products, fertilisers, fuels, metals and other materials. They are
also involved where effluents and waste materials are processed and recycled.

BEng (Civil) Civil engineers are responsible for large, permanent works such as irrigation
4 years systems, bridges, dams, harbours, canals, airports, roads and streets,
EDP 5 years pipelines, sewerage systems, railways, structures of various kinds and structure
foundations, storm water systems, tunnels, towers, water supply systems, and
various kinds of heavy construction work.

BEng (Electrical and Electronic) Electrical engineers are responsible for the generation, transmission and
4 years conversion of electrical energy for example factories and municipalities.
EDP 5 years Electronic engineers focus on the control of robotic systems; the collection,
processing and dissemination of information by computer and communication
networks, such as cell phone networks; and the design of computers and large
software systems.
BEng (Industrial) The main branches of Industrial Engineering are manufacturing technology and
4 years operational systems design. It involves facets that are important in the modern
EDP 5 years industrial and service environments, such as quality assurance, robotics,
engineering economics, operations research, industrial ergonomics and
information technology.
BEng (Mechanical) Mechanical engineering is characterised by the motion and transfer of energy,
4 years for example in vehicles, aeroplanes, vessels, missiles, cooling systems, power
EDP 5 years stations and engines, but also includes machines used in all branches of the
economy, such as process plants and manufacturing industries.
BEng (Mechatronic) Mechatronic engineers focus on systems characterised by close integration of
4 years mechanical components, electronic sensors, mechanical and electrical actuators
EDP 5 years and computer controllers. Examples of mechatronic systems include electronic
engine control systems, robot systems and automated assembly lines.

FACULTY OF

LAW
Language of instruction
Classes are taught mainly bilingually in English and Afrikaans.

Selection
Applicants who meet the minimum requirements of a programme are selected according to the Facultys selection
guidelines (see www.maties.com > Admissions).

*Please note: The admission requirements of Law programmes for enrolment in 2018 are subject to change. Please
keep an eye on www.sun.ac.za/law and www.maties.com for updates.

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Programmes Minimum admission requirements* Career opportunities

LLB (four-year) Write the NBT AQL before the end of Graduates can practise law as an
4 years June attorney or advocate, or act as a
An NSC aggregate of at least legal advisor, after completing the
If a university subject from another 60% in six subjects (excluding Life prescribed practical training and
faculty is taken, make sure that you Orientation) passing the entrance examination set
meet its requirements. English or Afrikaans Home by the profession.
Language 60% OR
English or Afrikaans First Additional
Language 70%

If Economics is taken as a university


subject, then also:
Mathematics 60%
LLB (three-year) Any bachelors degree from a South Career in law, for example advocate,
3 years African university with an aggregate lawyer or legal adviser, after
of at least 60% in the final year completing the prescribed practical
Postgraduate as a second bachelors training and passing the entrance
degree examination set by the profession.
BA (Law) Write the NBT AQL before the end of Equips you to practise as an
3 years June attorney or advocate after a further
An NSC aggregate of at least 60% two years of LLB (postgraduate)
If a university subject from another (excluding Life Orientation) study, completion of your articles
faculty is taken, make sure that you English OR Afrikaans Home or pupillage as well as the required
meet its requirements. Language 60% practical training and entrance
First Additional Language 40% examinations, or alternatively to act
as a legal adviser.
If Economics is taken as a university
subject, then also:
Mathematics 60%

BCom (Law) Write the NBTs AQL and MAT before Provides the necessary background
3 years the end of June for a career in the business world
An NSC aggregate of at least 60% and in commercial law. Equips you to
Interfaculty programme: You take (excluding Life Orientation) practise as an attorney or advocate
modules from the Faculty of Law English or Afrikaans Home after a further two years of LLB
and the Faculty of Economic and Language 60% OR study and completing your articles or
Management Sciences. Afrikaans or English First Additional pupilship.
Language 70%
Mathematics 60%

BAccLLB Write the NBTs AQL and MAT before The BAccLLB degree is a unique
5 years the end of June degree, combining two degrees. The
An NSC aggregate of at least 70% LLB enables you to serve articles of
Interfaculty programme: You take (excluding Life Orientation) clerkship or pupilship with an attorney
modules from the Faculty of Law English or Afrikaans Home or advocate, respectively. The BAcc
and the Faculty of Economic and Language 60% OR gives you access to Honours in
Management Sciences. Afrikaans or English First Additional Accounting, which, among others, is
Language 70% required for becoming a chartered
Mathematics 70% OR accountant.
Mathematics 60% and Accounting
70%

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FACULTY OF

MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES


Medium of instruction
See page 2.

Selection
In the first place, applicants should meet the requirements of the programme they apply for. Applicants are selected for
these programmes on their academic school performance (45% of the selection mark), performance in the NBTs (30%
of the selection mark) and on non-academic achievements at high school (Grade 1012) in fields such as leadership,
sport, cultural activities, community service and multilingualism (25% of the selection mark). See the Facultys selection
guidelines on www.mates.com > Admissions and download the required forms for each programme at What can I
study? > Medicine and Health Sciences. Applications for MB,ChB close on 31 May and for our other programmes on
30 June.

Programmes Minimum admission requirements* Career opportunities

MB,ChB Write the NBTs AQL and MAT by end After two years of internship and
6 years of June a year of community service on
An NSC aggregate of at least 70% completing the programme, you
250 candidates are selected (excluding Life Orientation) will be eligible for registration as an
(excluding those for extended degree Mathematics 50% Independent Medical Practitioner with
programme). Physical Sciences 50% the Health Professions Council of SA.
Complete the Non-academic Merit Life Sciences 50%
Form and submit it along with your Strong recommendation: English
application by 31 May. and Afrikaans as school subjects
Also offered as an extended degree
programme (see Academic Support,
page 4).

BSc in Dietetics Write the NBTs AQL and MAT by end After a year of community service,
4 years of June you will be eligible for registration as
An NSC aggregate of at least 50% a Dietitian with the Health Professions
35 candidates are selected. (excluding Life Orientation) Council of SA.
Complete the Non-academic Merit Mathematics 50%
Form and submit it along with your Physical Sciences 50%
application by 30 June. Submit the Life Sciences 50%
Clinical Visitation Form for Dietetics Strong recommendation: Afrikaans
by 31 July. as a school subject

Bachelor of Occupational Write the NBTs AQL and MAT by end After a year of community service,
Therapy of June you will be eligible for registration as
4 years An NSC aggregate of at least 50% an Occupational Therapist with the
(excluding Life Orientation) Health Professions Council of SA.
50 candidates are selected. Mathematics 40%
Complete the Non-academic Merit Life Sciences 50%
Form and submit it along with your Strong recommendation: Afrikaans
application by 30 June. and Physical Sciences as school
subjects
BSc in Physiotherapy Write the NBTs AQL and MAT by end After a year of community service,
4 years of June you will be eligible for registration
An NSC aggregate of at least 60% as a Physiotherapist with the Health
55 candidates are selected. (excluding Life Orientation) Professions Council of SA.
Complete the Non-academic Merit Mathematics 50%
Form and submit it along with your Physical Sciences 50%
application by 30 June. Life Sciences 50%
Also offered as an extended degree Strong recommendation: Afrikaans
programme (see page 4). as a school subject

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Bachelor of Speech-Language Write the NBT AQL by end of June After a year of community service,
and Hearing Therapy An NSC aggregate of at least 60% you will be eligible for registration as a
4 years (excluding Life Orientation) Speech-Language Therapist with the
Physical Sciences OR Life Sciences Health Professions Council of SA.
30 candidates are selected. 50%
Complete the Non-academic Merit At least TWO of the following
Form and submit it along with your THREE languages (Home Language
application by 30 June. Submit the or First Additional Language) 60%:
Clinical Visitation Form for Speech- English AND/OR Afrikaans AND/OR
Language Therapy by 31 July. a third language

FACULTY OF

MILITARY SCIENCE
These programmes are presented for selected officers of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) and other
defence forces and are focused on national security and defence issues. Each candidate selects a programme in line
with the career development plan that has been drawn up for him/her individually by the arms of service he/she has
joined. A recommendation from the Military Academy Selection Board that takes into account the requirements set by the
University and the SANDF is required for all these programmes.
Language of instruction: English.

Programmes Minimum admission requirements

BMil in Human and Organisation A National Senior Certificate (NSC) with at least 50% in each of four school
Development subjects from the list of subjects designated for university admission (see
3 years page 1)
English OR Afrikaans 50%

BMil in Organisation and A National Senior Certificate (NSC) with at least 50% in each of four school
Resource Management subjects from the list of subjects designated for university admission (see
3 years page 1)
English OR Afrikaans 50%
Mathematics 40% OR Mathematical Literacy 60%

BMil in Security and Africa Studies A National Senior Certificate (NSC) with at least 50% in each of four school
3 years subjects from the list of subjects designated for university admission (see page 1)
English OR Afrikaans 50%
If Economics is taken as a university subject:
Mathematics 40% OR Mathematical Literacy 60%

BMil in Technology A National Senior Certificate (NSC) with at least 50% in each of four school
3 years subjects from the list of subjects designated for university admission (see
page 1)
English OR Afrikaans 50%
Mathematics 50%
Physical Sciences 50%

BMil in Technology and Defence A National Senior Certificate (NSC) with at least 50% in four school subjects
Management from the list of subjects designated for university admission (see page 1)
3 years English OR Afrikaans 50%
Mathematics 40%
Physical Sciences 40%

FACULTY OF

SCIENCE
Students are encouraged to follow a three-year BSc degree up with an Honours degree. This will enable you to gain
recognition (and registration where relevant) as a professional scientist.

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Selection
Applicants for our study programmes are subject to a selection process (selection policy on www.maties.com
> Admission), based on the prescribed minimum requirements and the number of students that can be
accommodated per programme.
The minimum requirements for selection are a selection mark of 65 and programme-specific requirements for
Mathematics and Physical Sciences.
Your final Grade 11 marks will determine whether you will be conditionally selected. (Conditional selection means
that you are selected on condition that your final results in the NSC or equivalent school leaving examination meet
the above requirements. Only then you finally qualify for admission.) If you apply after you have passed Grade12,
however, we shall use your NSC or equivalent school leaving examination marks to calculate your selection mark and
you may then gain final admittance.

Selection mark = (best language mark + (Mathematics x 2) + subject 1 + subject 2 + subject 3 + subject 4) 7
(excluding Life Orientation)

If the subject Physical Sciences is one of your chosen programmes requirements, then it should be included in the
formula.
See Extended degree programmes further on.

Note on admission requirement for Mathematics


The Mathematics requirement for a programme depends on your choice of subjects (curriculum) at university.
If you take Mathematics and Physics as university subjects: Mathematics 70%
If you take Mathematics (Bio) and Physics (Bio) as university subjects: Mathematics 60%

PROGRAMMES IN THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Programmes Minimum admission requirements Career opportunities

BSc in Biodiversity and Ecology Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Biologist, ecologist, environmental
3 jaar Afrikaans OR English (Home consultant, researcher, environmental
Language or First Additional impact expert, plant specialist,
Language) 50% conservation scientist, environmental
Physical Sciences 50% educator, teacher*.
Mathematics 60%

BSc in Human Life Sciences Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Physiologist, biochemist, geneticist
3 years Afrikaans OR English (Home or psychologist (with the necessary
Language or First Additional postgraduate qualification), medical
Streams: Language) 50% representative, laboratory analyst,
- Biology Physical Sciences 50% stem cell researcher, anthropometrist,
- Biology with Psychology AND teacher*.
For the Biology stream:
Mathematics 60% OR 70%
(depending on your choice of
subjects see note above)
OR
For the Biology with Psychology
stream:
Mathematics 60%

BSc in Molecular Biology and Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Forensic expert, biofuel developer,
Biotechnology Afrikaans OR English (Home water expert or geneticist.
3 years Language or First Additional Microbiologist, biochemist or
Language) 50% biotechnologist: work on human, plant
Physical Sciences 50% and animal cells, yeasts, bacteria,
Mathematics 60% OR 70% fungi and viruses to develop disease-
(depending on your choice of free plants, new medicines, or
subjects see note above) enzymes useful in industry or mining.
Teacher*.

BSc in Sport Science Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Sport coach, sport manager, sport
3 years Afrikaans OR English (Home scientist, sport physiologist, work
Language or First Additional with persons with disabilities, fitness
Also complete the medical and Language) 50% instructor, biokineticist (with the
physical fitness selection forms Physical Sciences 50% necessary postgraduate qualification),
available on www.maties.com > Mathematics 60% teacher*.
What can I study? > Science, or at
carienjvr@sun.ac.za or 021808 4723. to next page>

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*Teacher: Depending on your choice of subjects, and with a PGCE (p. 16), you could teach the following school subjects:
Life Sciences, Natural Sciences, Mathematical Literacy, and Life Orientation.

PROGRAMME IN THE MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

Programme Minimum admission requirements Career opportunities

BSc in Mathematical Sciences Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Each stream prepares you for a
3 years Afrikaans OR English (Home different line of work.
Language or First Additional Abstract Mathematics: Lecturer,
Streams: Language) 50% researcher in interdisciplinary
- Abstract Mathematics Mathematics 70% scientific fields which rely more on
- Applied Mathematics AND structural mathematics rather than
- Biomathematics If you want to take Chemistry or analytical mathematics. Ideal for
Option 1: with Molecular Biology Physics as a university subject: school teacher*.
Option 2: with Ecology Physical Sciences 50%
Applied Mathematics: Consultant
- Computer Science OR
- Financial Mathematics For the Biomathematics stream: in the engineering industry,
- Mathematics Physical Sciences 50% programmer, expert in the modelling
- Mathematical Statistics of dynamic processes, image
- Operations Research processing, numerical methods and
flow modelling in banking or the
engineering or computer industry.
Bio-mathematics: Career in the pharmaceutical industry, the government, health organisations, the agricultural and
environmental sectors or as a researcher at an academic institution in the fields of molecular and systems biology,
bioinformatics and ecology.
Computer Science: Programmer, systems designer, software developer in the security and banking industries, network
specialist, designer of mobile applications for smartphones and tablets, 3D animator for the film industry, information
technology teacher.
Financial Mathematics: Career opportunities in banking, insurance and with investment institutions.
Mathematical Statistics: Analyse and interpret data for banking and insurance industries, statistician, academic.
Mathematics: Careers requiring sophisticated quantitative skills, such as in the banking, investment and insurance
sectors, mathematics teacher.
Operations Research: Consultant for a consultancy firm or industry, process or system optimiser, logistics expert in
the transportation and provisioning sectors, project developer, planner, researcher, business analyst, also application
possibilities in company farming, mining, forestry, the manufacturing sector, product marketing.
Teacher*
*Teacher: Depending on your choice of subjects, and with a PGCE (p. 16), you could teach the following school subjects:
Mathematics, Mathematical Literacy, Information Technology, Physical Sciences or Life Sciences.
PROGRAMMES IN THE PHYSICAL SCIENCES
BSc in Chemistry Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Polymer chemist, materials expert:
3 years Afrikaans OR English (Home Careers in the packaging, paint,
Language or First Additional adhesives and textile industries, as well
Streams: Language) 50% as in the manufacturing sector or with
- Chemistry and Polymer science Physical Sciences 50% suppliers of raw materials.
- Chemical Biology Mathematics 70% Analytical chemist: Careers concerned
- Textile and Polymer Science with the planning and operation of
chemical plants, the development of analytical methods and production processes, marketing of chemicals and scientific
instruments, environmental scientist.
Organic and biochemist: Forensic analyst, manufacturer of pesticides, pharmaceutical products, cosmetic and fragrance
products, chemist working in process and quality control of raw materials and manufactured products.
Careers in textile industry: Product developer (prostheses, sportswear, sports equipment, protective clothing), textile scientist
(medical textiles, industrial textiles, microfibres, nanofibres), technical sales manager, production manager, quality manager,
buyer, researcher
Teacher*.

BSc in Earth Science Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Geologist, mining geologist,
3 years Afrikaans OR English (Home environmental rehabilitation engineer,
Language or First Additional exploration consultant, environmental
Language) 50% geochemist, hydrologist, seismologist,
Physical Sciences 50% rock expert, marine geologist,
Mathematics 60% OR 70% applied mineralogist, volcanologist,
(depending on your choice of geophysicist, teacher*.
subjects see note on page 21)
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BSc in GeoInformatics Write the NBTs AQL and MAT GIS (Geographic Information
3 years Afrikaans OR English (Home Systems) and earth observation
Language or First Additional (remote sensing) specialists working
Language) 50% for environmental consultancy
Physical Sciences 50% groups, planning and engineering
Mathematics 60% OR 70% firms, programme development and
(depending on your choice of computer consultancy groups on
subjects see note on page 21) all levels of government involved
in resource and infrastructure
management, agencies concerned
with natural and human resource
development programmes, mineral
exploration and mining. Teacher*. A
BScHons year added complies with
the requirements for professional
registration as a Geographical
Information Science (GISc)
practitioner.

BSc in Physics Write the NBTs AQL and MAT Nuclear physicist: Research
3 years Afrikaans or English (Home opportunities at the iThemba
Language or First Additional Laboratory for Accelerator-based
Streams: Language) 50% Sciences (iThemba LABS) and
industries such as Eskom, the CSIR,
- Laser Physics (Physical), Nuclear Mathematics 70% Sasol, the SABS.
Physics, Radiation and Health Physical Sciences 50%
Physics Laser physicist: A career in
- Laser Physics (Biological) industries such as optical systems,
communication (optical fibres),
- Theoretical Physics medicine, ecology (pollution
monitoring), criminology (forensic
science), defence (control and
communication).
Radiation physicist: Monitoring of
radiation risks for the Department of
Health, nuclear power stations and
mines.
Theoretical physicist: Work in the
broad fields of information technology,
geology, biological and financial
sector.
Teacher*.

*Teacher: Depending on your choice of subjects and with a PGCE (p. 16) you could teach the following school subjects:
Physical Sciences, Natural Sciences, Mathematics, Mathematical Literacy, Information Technology, and Geography.

EXTENDED DEGREE PROGRAMMES


Programme Minimum admission requirements Career opportunities

All the BSc programmes above are Admission requirements as for each Career opportunities as described
also available as extended degree BSc programme above for each programme.
programmes (EDPs), involving one If you have already been accepted
extra year of study. conditionally for a BSc programme,
See Academic support page 4 or but your final matric results fail to
contact Wilma Wagener at meet only one of the programmes
ww@sun.ac.za or 021808 3063. minimum requirements, you may
make a request (by telephone
or e-mail) to be considered for
admission to the extended degree
programme
Places are limited; preference
is given to socio-economically
disadvantaged candidates

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FACULTY OF

THEOLOGY
Medium of instruction: Parallel medium lectures and tutorials in English and Afrikaans.

Programmes Minimum admission requirements Career opportunities

BTh (Bachelor of Theology) Write the NBT AQL Become a youth worker, counsellor or
3 years An NSC aggregate of at least 60% community worker.
(excluding Life Orientation)
Four school subjects designated for
university admission 50%
(see page 1)

BDiv (Bachelor of Divinity) Write the NBT AQL First step in ministerial training.
4 years An aggregate of at least 60% for the To become a minister in the Dutch
NSC (excluding Life Orientation) Reformed Church or United Reformed
Four school subjects designated for Church complete the BDiv and
university admission 50% the MDiv. Dutch Reformed Church
(see page 1) candidates also need to obtain the
Postgraduate Diploma in Theology
(Christian Ministry). Presbyterian,
Anglican and Volkskerk ministry
candidates are trained further by their
denominations.

Extended Degree Programmes An NSC aggregate of at least 55% As for the above programmes
+1 year but below 60% (excluding Life respectively.
Orientation)
Candidates for the BTh and the BDiv An interview with the Dean or a
may come into consideration for the representative
extended degree programme, which
entails that the modules of the first
year are spread over two years.

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Field of study and programme............................. page

A
Accounting BAcc........................................................14
BAccLLB..................................................................18
Acting and performance training BA Drama.............10
Actuarial science BCom.............................................14
Agicultural economics BCom.....................................13

INDEX
Agribusiness BAgricAdmin............................................7
Agricultural economic analysis BScAgric....................7
Agricultural economic analysis and management .....
BScAgric...................................................................7
Agricultural economic analysis and management with
food science BScAgric............................................7
Agricultural economics and management
BAgricAdmin, BScAgric............................................7
Agricultural economics with animal science BScAgric.7
Agricultural economics with food science BScAgric..7
Agricultural production and management BAgric.....7
Agronomy and pastures BAgric....................................7
Animal production BAgric.............................................7
Animal production systems BScAgric...........................7
Animal science BScAgric..............................................7
Animal science with agronomy BScAgric....................7
Animal science with aquaculture BScAgric................7
Animal science with conservation ecology BScAgric.7
Applied mathematics BSc..........................................22
Art BA...........................................................................12

B
Biodiversity and ecology BSc......................................21
Biology BSc..................................................................21
Biology with psychology BSc......................................21
Biomathematics with ecology BSc.............................22
Biomathematics with molecular biology BSc............22
Biotechnology BSc.......................................................21

C
Cellar management BAgric..........................................7
Cellar technology BAgric..............................................7
Chemical biology BSc.................................................22
Chemical engineering BEng.......................................17
Chemistry and polymer science BSc.........................22
Chemistry BSc..............................................................22
Civil engineering BEng................................................17
Composition BMus......................................................10
Computer science BCom...........................................14
BSc..........................................................................22
Conservation ecology BSc............................................7
Crop production BScAgric............................................8
Crop protection and breeding BScAgric.....................8

D
Development and environment BA..............................9
Development management BCom............................13
Dietetics BSc................................................................19
Drama and theatre studies BA Drama.......................10

E
Earth science BSc........................................................22
Ecology and biomathematics BSc.............................22
Economic sciences BCom..........................................13
BA PPE.....................................................................11
Economics (econometricians) BCom........................13
Economics (economic and management consultants)
BCom......................................................................13
Economics (financial sector) BCom..........................13
Education: Foundation phase (grade R to 3) BEd.....15
Education: High school PGCE.....................................16
Education: Intermediate phase (grade 4 to 7) BEd...16
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Electrical and electronic engineering BEng..............17 BSc..........................................................................22
Entrepreneurship and innovation BCom....................13 Organisation and resource management BMil.........20
Extension, agricultural BAgric.......................................7
P
F Performing arts BMus...................................................10
Financial accounting BCom.......................................15 Physics BSc...................................................................23
Financial management BCom...................................13 Physiotherapy BSc.......................................................19
Financial mathematics BSc........................................22 Plant and soil sciences BScAgric..................................8
Financial planning BCom...........................................15 Political, philosophical and economic studies (PPE)
Financial risk management BCom.............................14 BA...........................................................................11
Fine arts BA..................................................................12 Polymer science BSc...................................................22
Food science, agricultural economics BScAgric.........5 Pomology BAgric...........................................................7
Food science BSc..........................................................8 Practical Music Advanced Diploma...........................11
Forestry and natural resource sciences BScFor...........8 Practical Music Diploma.............................................11
Forestry BScFor...............................................................8 Psychology as major:
Humanities BA..........................................................9
GH Social Work B..........................................................10
GeoInformatics BSc.....................................................23 Human Life Sciences BSc......................................20
Human and organisation development BMil.............20 Human Resource Management BA......................10
Human life sciences BSc.............................................21 Music BA.................................................................10
Human resource management BA.............................10 Law BA....................................................................18
BCom......................................................................13 Social Dynamics BA.................................................9
Humanities BA................................................................9 Sport Science BA...................................................11
Public and development management BCom.........13
I
Industrial engineering BEng........................................17 QS
Industrial psychology BCom.......................................15 Quantitative management BCom..............................13
Information systems management BCom.................13 Radiation and health physics BSc..............................23
International business BCom......................................13 Security and Africa studies BMil..................................20
International studies BA..............................................10 Social dynamics BA.......................................................9
Investment management BCom................................13 Social work B................................................................11
Socio-Informatics BA....................................................11
JL Soil and water management BScAgric........................8
Jewellery design and metal design BA......................12 Soil sciences BScAgric..................................................8
Language and culture BA.............................................9 Speech-language and hearing therapy Bachelor....20
Laser physics BSc.........................................................23 Sport science BA.........................................................11
Law BA..........................................................................18 BSc..........................................................................21
BCom......................................................................18
LLB...........................................................................18 T
BAccLLB..................................................................18 Technical and management training BA Drama......10
Logistics management BCom....................................13 Technology and defence management BMil............20
Technology BMil...........................................................20
M Textile and polymer science BSc................................22
Management accounting BCom...............................14 Theology BTh, BDiv.......................................................24
Management sciences BCom....................................13 Theoretical physics BSc...............................................23
Marketing management BCom..................................13 Transport economics BCom.......................................13
Mathematical sciences BCom...................................14
BSc..........................................................................22 VW
Mathematical statistics BCom....................................14 Vegetable production BAgric.......................................7
BSc..........................................................................22 Visual Arts BA...............................................................12
Mathematics BSc.........................................................22 Visual communication design BA..............................12
Mechanical engineering BEng...................................17 Viticulture and oenology BAgric...................................7
Mechatronic engineering BEng..................................17 BScAgric...................................................................8
Medicine MB,ChB........................................................19 Wood and wood products sciences BScFor................8
Molecular biology and biotechnology BSc...............21
Music BA......................................................................10
BMus.......................................................................10
Advanced Diploma...............................................11
Diploma..................................................................11
Higher Certificate...................................................11
Music education BMus................................................10
Musicology BMus.........................................................10
Music technology BMus..............................................10

NO
Nuclear physics BSc....................................................23
Occupational therapy Bachelor.................................19
Oenology BAgric...........................................................7
BScAgric...................................................................8
Operations research BCom........................................14
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