- In order to register NSC/IEB/Cambridge candidates must comply with the minimum requirements for degree studies as well as the minimum requirements for the relevant study programme.
- Life Orientation is excluded in the calculation of the Admission Point Score (APS)
- Grade 11 results are used for the provisional admission of prospective students. Final admission is based on the Grade 12 results.
| Minimum requirements for 2016 |
| Achievement level |
| Afrikaans or English || Mathematics || APS |
| NSC/IEB || HIGCSE || AS-Level || A-Level || NSC/IEB || HIGCSE || AS-Level || A-Level |
| 5 || 3 || C || C || 4 || 3 || D || D || 28 |
Candidates who do not comply with the minimum admission requirements may be considered for admission to the BConsumer Science study programme based on the results of the NBT. Please note: No extended programme is offered in BConsumer Science.
Other programme-specific information
Students may enrol for AIM 111 and AIM 121 instead of AIM 101 (the same content presented over 2 semesters).
Students who do not qualify for STK 110 must register for STK 113 and STK 123.
Promotion to next study year
A student who did not pass all the prescribed modules of a particular year of study, has to register for the outstanding modules first. With the approval of the head of the department, modules of the following year of study may be taken in advance only if no timetable clashes occur; all the requirements and prerequisites have been met and not more than a specified number of credits per semester are taken. The credits of the semester of which modules are repeated, are taken as a guideline for the calculation of the number of modules permitted.
- A student registers for the second year when at least 80% of the first-year module credits have been passed.
- A student registers for the third year when at least 85% of the module credits of the previous years have been passed.
- A student registers for the fourth year when at least 95% of the module credits of the previous years have been passed.
KTP 403 Experiential training in the industry: During the 4 years of study, during holidays, weekends and after hours, students must complete a total of 480 hours experiential training in the industry to develop practical and occupational skills, participate in community projects/development, engage in service learning. This is equal to 3 weeks x 40 hours (120 hours) per year, according to requirements as determine by the head of the department. These "credits" must be successfully completed together with a complete portfolio before the degree will be conferred.
Pass with distinction
A student obtains his or her degree with distinction if a weighted average of at least 75% is obtained in the following modules:
A combination equivalent to six semester modules
Marketing research 314 and Strategic marketing 321
Clothing retail management 410 and Clothing merchandising 420
Clothing production 320, Product development 411
Project: Clothing textile project 402
New developments, sustainability and textile use 411
Textiles: Marketing and consumer aspects 421