Faculty of Humanities Student Administration, University of Pretoria
Welcome to Humanities Student Administration
Students in the Faculty of Humanities (both undergraduate and postgraduate) can come to Student Administration with their academic needs, starting on the day of their first registration, right through to the day that they graduate.
Services rendered to students, broadly entail
providing assistance during registration;
handling changes to and the cessation of modules;
handling any changes to a student’s administrative particulars, such as a change of address, matric symbols, etc.;
processing and announcing examination results, inter alia on the web and through the mail;
handling queries with regard to the yearbook and amendments to the Yearbook;
providing information on administrative matters;
providing assistance with graduation ceremonies.
Where to find us
North-western corner of the Information Technology Building (IT 2-9), right opposite the Humanities Building (entrance just across the parking lot from the Student Service Centre).
Important information for students
Please note that the last date to discontinue 2nd semester, year- and 4th quarter modules was 1st November 2017.
Prospective Undergraduate Students
The following course closing dates have been extended to the 24th of November 2017:
- BPolSci International Studies (01130038)
- BSocSci Philosophy, Politics and Economics (01130056)
- BSocSci Industrial Sociology and Labour Studies (01130064)
- BSocSci Heritage and Cultural Tourism (01130068)
- BA Visual Studies (01130133)
- BSW (01130144)
All applications for non-South African citizens closed on the 31st of August.
Prospective Postgraduate Students
Please be informed that the specialised master's programme, MSW/MSocSci Employee Assistance Programmes, is suspended for 2018 and 2019 and that no new students will be enrolled during this time. Please direct any enquiries to the Department (Ms Phillicia Ledwaba, tel. 012 420 2325; or Ms Tania Steyn, tel. 012 420 2030).
Applications for non-South African citizens closed on the 31st of August.
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