Undergraduate study programmes
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For more information on the degrees, admission requirements, closing dates for applications and selection criteria, consult the Faculty of Humanities Undergraduate Brochure
. For more detailed outline of the study programmes, please consult the Faculty of Humanities Undergraduate Yearbook
Prospective students who wish to study Psychology must register for the BA-degree and take Psychology as one of their majors.
Important information for Prospective Undergraduate Students
Please note that BA Law applications for the year commencing in 2019 are closed due to capacity constraints. Should your APS however be 38 or more, please contact Ms Ntsiki Dhlamini ([email protected]).
Please note that the closing date for the following selection degrees is 30 June 2018:
- BA Information Design (01130102)
- BA Fine Arts (01130103)
- BDram (01130117)
- BMus (01132003)
- BA Speech Language Pathology (01130104)
- BA Audiology (01130105)
Applications open for 2019
Please note that applications for the year commencing in 2019 are open. Please click here for more information.
This is a reminder that STK 210 and STK 220 are part of the current core curriculum of the BSocSci (PPE) degree.
UP Open Day: 2018
In line with the University of Pretoria's efforts to engage more effectively with its various stakeholders, the University will no longer be hosting a general on its campus in 2018 but will be launching an interactive, online web application, which will provide a comprehensive overview of the University's academic offerings, its campuses and facilities. We invite you to visit the University's website at www.up.ac.za
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