|Faculty of Commerce, Law & Management||
Enquiries about Fees:
27 (11) 717 4906 / 11 / / 12 / 13 / 15
Fax: 27 (11) 717 4918
Undergraduate - Average tuition fee for the first year of study
|R 37 380.00|
|BCom||R 37 400.00 - R 39 130.00|
|BEconSc||R 43 780.00|
|LLB||R 29 500.00|
|Faculty of Science|
Undergraduate Average tuition fee for the first year of study
R 37 340.00
|Faculty of Health Sciences|
|R 52 270.00|
|MBChB||R 52 030.00|
|BNurs||R 35 760.00|
|BPharm||R 44 410.00|
|BHSc||R 52 330.00|
|BSc (OT)||R 39 820.00|
|BSc (Physiotherapy)||R 39 150.00|
|BCMP||R 39 510.00|
|BOHSc||R 34 070.00|
|Faculty of Engineering & Built Environment|
|BAS||R 41 720.00|
|BEngSc(BME)||R 47 940.00|
|BEngSc (Digital Arts)||R 36 980.00|
|BSc (CS)||R 52 590.00|
|BSc (Eng) - depending on branch||R 36 500.00 - R 45 050.00|
|BSc (Property Studies)||R 42 530.00|
|BSc (URP)||R 42 230.00|
|Faculty of Humanities|
|BA||R 30 580.00 - R 39 380.00|
|BA (Dramatic Art)||R 31 540.00 - R 34 860.00|
|B (Social Work)||R 36 280.00|
|BA (Fine Arts)||R 34 480.00 - R 37 800.00|
|BMus||R 32 960.00|
|BA (Sp&H Therapy)||R 37 330.00|
|BA (Performing and Visual Arts)||R 31 540.00 - R 34 860.00|
|BEd||R 25 710.00|
|ACE||R 14 720.00 - R 18 580.00|
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1 All Engineering Schools (School of Chemical & Metallurgy Engineering, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, School of Electrical and Information Engineering, School of Mechanical, Aeronautical and Industrial Engineering, School of Mining Engineering, School of Process and Materials Engineering)
All students will be required to make a first payment of R9340.00 before registration in order to gain access to the University. Note also that the University may alter the payment schedules below (a) and (b) in keeping with normal accounting practices. A copy of the fees schedule will be sent at the beginning of the year to all successful applicants. Applicants should know, however, that at present fees are due as follows:
Provision is made for the monthly payment of fees - interest is charged on the balance owing. International students (i.e. those who are not South African citizens or who do not have permanent residence status in South Africa) who are offered a place must pay their fees in full before registration.
For more information go to the Wits International Office fees page.
For information about international student fees, please telephone 717-1054 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fee increases are normally finalised in November for the subsequent year.
Prospective Students Estimated total costs:
You will need to budget for the following estimated amounts for 2013:
|Catering residence (with all meals, i.e. most expensive option, although cheaper options available)||R44 000.00|
|Private board and lodging for 10 months at a minimum of R3500 per month||R35 000.00|
|Approximate total costs for living in residence||R46 000.00|
|Approximate total costs for private board||R56 000.00|
|Approximate total costs for living at home||R33 500.00|
Wits University will require a first tuition fee payment of R9340.00 which is credited to your fee account.
Is the payment refundable?
The first fee payment is not refundable if you subsequently cancel your registration
Who must pay?
All students registering at Wits in 2014 and who do not fall into one of the categories below
What must I do if I have a bursary/scholarship or a Wits financial aid package?
You must go to the University's Fee's Office in Senate House Concourse, East Campus, where on presentation of proof of Bursary/Scholarship, a clearance certificate will be given to waive the first payment before registration.
What if I am still waiting to hear from Wits about my financial aid application?
You should go to the relevant Fees/Satellite Office to see if a clearance can be granted
When must I pay?
You can make the first fee payment at any time before you come to your Faculty to register - you may prefer to avoid the queues on registration day(s) by paying earlier. International students should consult the International Office for details of payment required.
Occasional students should consult the Faculty Office
How do I pay?
By any of the following methods:
What must I bring when I come to register?