Application and Registration Procedure

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Application Procedure

Procedure for South African Students

  • All students currently registered at the University of Pretoria (eg. final year undergraduate, Honours and Masters students) who wish to start with further postgraduate studies must complete the “Internal Application for Admission” form before 30 November of the year prior to the intended first year of study for the new degree. This form only has to be completed at the beginning of studies for a new degree. The form is available from the UP Student Service Centre. After successful admission to the University has been confirmed students have to register at the Department of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering before 31 January of the intended year of study (see the Registration Procedure  section for details).
  • All students from other Universities, as well as students from the University of Pretoria who were not registered for a year or longer, must apply for admission to the University before 30 November of the year prior to the intended first year of study. “Application for Admission” forms are available at Online Application. After successful admission to the University has been confirmed, students have to register at the Department of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering before 31 January of the intended year of study (see the Registration Procedure section for details).

Procedure for International Students

  • International students who wish to apply for admission to the University of Pretoria must be in possession of a valid study permit/permanent residency permit and have the necessary medical aid cover before their registration will be finalised. Please contact the University of Pretoria Student Services Centre for help in this regard, at [email protected] or +27 12 420-3111.
  • Students must apply for admission to the University before 31 August of the year prior to the intended first year of study. “Application for Admission” forms are available at Online Application
Foreign students must also provide the following as part of their application for admission:
 
  1. Copies of transcripts for all previous university studies.
  2. Copy of final year project report in PDF format (prospective BEngHons students only).
  3. Copy of masters dissertation or equivalent in PDF format (prospective PhD students only).
  4. A list of published journal articles, if any.
  5. Students who did not complete their studies at a university where English was the language of instruction and assessment must provide TOEFL iBT test scores.
After successful admission to the University has been confirmed students have to register at the Department of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering before 31 January of the intended year of study (see the Registration Procedure section for details).

Registration Procedure 

Students may only register after they have been successfully admitted to the University; see Application Procedure for details.

Honours students

  1. Students have to pay a registration fee of R7 500-00 into their student accounts before they will be able to register; this applies to both first-time registrations, and registration renewals (see How can fees be paid?). Bursary holders need not pay registration fees, but proof that a bursary was awarded needs to be faxed to +27 (0)12 420-5205 or e-mailed to ssc@up.ac.za. Note that there will be a clearance period of at least three days before registration will take place.
  2. See  Research Groups for the individual groups' module requirements.
  3. Please refer to the UP Online Registration Procedure for more details regarding registration.
  4. Students encountering problems with registration should please contact Mrs Heleen Gous  (Tel: +27 (0)12 420-2190, E-mail: [email protected], Eng III, room 7-50)

Masters and PhD students

  1. Students have to pay a registration fee of R7 500-00 into their student accounts before they will be able to register; this applies to both first-time registrations, and registration renewals (see How can fees be paid?). Bursary holders need not pay registration fees, but proof that a bursary was awarded needs to be faxed to +27 (0)12 420-5205 or e-mailed to ssc@up.ac.za. Note that there will be a clearance period of at least three days before registration will take place.
  2. Please refer to the UP Online Registration Procedure for more details regarding registration.
  3. Students encountering problems with registration should please contact Mrs Heleen Gous (Tel: +27 (0)12 420-2190, E-mail: [email protected], Eng III, room 7-50).
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