Once you have been accepted to study the programme of your choice, fees are payable. There are average costs per year per programme, but in some programmes, there may be differences, depending on the costs of the individual modules that you choose. Fees refer to the total tuition costs, but remember that you will still have to add in extra costs for textbooks, essential photocopying and printing, transport, food and accommodation. You can apply for funding to help pay your fees. Funding takes the form of bursaries, scholarships and loans. There are financial aid options available through the NSFAS, in the form of a bursary which is not repayable. There are also bursaries available, which are generally given based on academic merit. Please remember to take note of the opening and closing dates to apply for each of the funding options and the dates when fees are due.
Here you can gain access to crucial information such as banking details, costs of study, payment dates, refunds, international student charges, meals, residences, quotes and more...Read more
This is where you can apply for financial aid, which includes merit awards, funding opportunities as well as UP bursaries...Read more
The University of Pretoria cares about all our students. We know that studying at a university comes with a host of expenses for you and your family...Read more
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme is a South African government student financial aid scheme which provides financial aid to undergraduate students to help pay for the cost of their tertiary education after finishing high school. It is funded by the Department of Higher Education and Training...Read more
The Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme - was established to assist poor and 'missing' middle income university students in selected fields of study to afford the university fees by means of providing financial aid provided the candidate meets certain prescribed requirements...Read more