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Advertisers communicate in a creative way, bringing across the benefits of a product or service and making them known to the general public. In this way consumers are made aware of choices available to them.


Available Qualifications:

 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Diploma: Public Relations Management or equivalent qualification. An average of 60% for the Diploma is required.
  • Students who do not possess a diploma but wish to be admitted to the programme on the basis of recognition of prior learning may be given recognition in terms of the NMU RPL policy.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENT GRADE 12 LEARNERS

  • Minimum NSC statutory requirements for diploma entry must be met.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematics or Technical Mathematics requires a minimum Applicant Score of 330.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematical Literacy requires a minimum Applicant Score of 345.
  • NSC achievement rating of at least 30% for Mathematics or Technical Mathematics or 50% for Mathematical Literacy.
  • Applicants may also be provisionally admitted on the basis of work experience, age and maturity. Admission is at the discretion of the Head of Department.

 

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
A relevant 360-credit Diploma in the chosen field of specialisation listed above, or an equivalent qualification, with a mark of at least 60% obtained in the relevant majors of the previous qualification. Candidates who wish to specialise in Financial Planning and Services (Qualification Code 40406) must have majored in at least one of the following fields (or its equivalent) in their previous qualification: (Business) Management; Economics; Financial Accounting; Internal Auditing; Management Accounting; Administrative Management.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
A relevant 360-credit Diploma in the chosen field of specialisation listed above, or an equivalent qualification, with a mark of at least 60% obtained in the relevant majors of the previous qualification. Candidates who wish to specialise in Financial Planning and Services (Qualification Code 40406) must have majored in at least one of the following fields (or its equivalent) in their previous qualification: (Business) Management; Economics; Financial Accounting; Internal Auditing; Management Accounting; Administrative Management.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENT GRADE 12 LEARNERS

  • Minimum NSC statutory requirements for diploma entry must be met.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematics or Technical Mathematics requires a minimum Applicant Score of 330.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematical Literacy requires a minimum Applicant Score of 345.
  • NSC achievement rating of at least 40% for Mathematics or Technical Mathematics or 60% for Mathematical Literacy.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS WHO MATRICULATED PRIOR TO 2008

  • Senior Certificate with at least five subjects passed.
  • The language of instruction must be passed with a minimum HG=E or SG=C, as well as any other 2nd language.
  • Learners must score at least 24 points on the university’s SPS rating scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENT GRADE 12 LEARNERS

  • Minimum NSC statutory requirements for diploma entry must be met.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematics or Technical Mathematics requires a minimum Applicant Score of 330.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematical Literacy requires a minimum Applicant Score of 345.
  • NSC achievement rating of at least 40% for Mathematics or Technical Mathematics or 60% for Mathematical Literacy.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS WHO MATRICULATED PRIOR TO 2008

  • Senior Certificate with at least five subjects passed.
  • The language of instruction must be passed with a minimum HG=E or SG=C, as well as any other 2nd language.
  • Learners must score at least 24 points on the university’s SPS rating scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENT GRADE 12 LEARNERS

  • Minimum NSC statutory requirements for diploma entry must be met.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematics or Technical Mathematics requires a minimum Applicant Score of 330.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematical Literacy requires a minimum Applicant Score of 345.
  • NSC achievement rating of at least 40% for Mathematics or Technical Mathematics or 60% for Mathematical Literacy.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS WHO MATRICULATED PRIOR TO 2008

  • Senior Certificate with at least five subjects passed.
  • The language of instruction must be passed with a minimum HG=E or SG=C, as well as any other 2nd language.
  • Learners must score at least 24 points on the university’s SPS rating scale.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENT GRADE 12 LEARNERS

  • Minimum NSC statutory requirements for diploma entry must be met.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematics or Technical Mathematics requires a minimum Applicant Score of 310.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematical Literacy requires a minimum Applicant Score of 325.
  • NSC achievement rating of at least 35% for Mathematics or Technical Mathematics or 55% for Mathematical Literacy.

 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS WHO MATRICULATED PRIOR TO 2008

  • Senior Certificate with Mathematics (SG=F) and English (HG=F/SG=E).

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENT GRADE 12 LEARNERS

  • Minimum NSC statutory requirements for diploma entry must be met.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematics or Technical Mathematics requires a minimum Applicant Score of 310.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematical Literacy requires a minimum Applicant Score of 325.
  • NSC achievement rating of at least 35% for Mathematics or Technical Mathematics or 55% for Mathematical Literacy.

 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS WHO MATRICULATED PRIOR TO 2008

  • Senior Certificate with Mathematics (SG=F) and English (HG=F/SG=E).

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Minimum NSC statutory requirements for degree entry must be met.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematics or Technical Mathematics requires a minimum Applicant Score of 350.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematical Literacy requires a minimum Applicant Score of 365.
  • NSC achievement rating of at least 60% in any one Home or First Additional Language.
  • NSC achievement rating of at least 35% for Mathematics or Technical Mathematics or 55% for Mathematical Literacy.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 

  • Minimum NSC statutory requirements for degree entry must be met.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematics or Technical Mathematics requires a minimum Applicant Score of 350.
  • An applicant with NSC Grade 12 Mathematical Literacy requires a minimum Applicant Score of 365.
  • Admission is subject to Departmental selection.
  • Qualifying applicants will be required to prepare a prescribed portfolio, undertake an interview with the Department’s staff as well as a discussion of the portfolio, and complete a placement assessment.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Potential students must be in possession of a Bachelor's degree, with Communication and/or Public Relations as a major subject and learning in the relevant specialisation field with an average of 60% at NQF level 7.
  • Students who do not possess a degree but wish to be admitted to the programme on the basis of recognition of prior learning may be given recognition in terms of the Nelson Mandela University RPL policy.
  • A maximum of 20 candidates will be admitted per year pursuant to meeting the minimum requirements for entry into the programme.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Potential students must be in possession of a Bachelor's degree, with Media Studies as a major subject and learning in the relevant specialisation field with an average of 60% at NQF level 7.
  • Students who do not possess a degree but wish to be admitted to the programme on the basis of recognition of prior learning may be given recognition in terms of the NMMU RPL policy.
  • A maximum of 20 candidates will be admitted on merit, pursuant to meeting the minimum requirements for entry into the programme.
  • Subject to the approval of the programme leader a maximum of two elective modules other than those specified will be credited if they are consistent with the overall purpose of the programme.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Academic qualification: BVA Hons or equivalent Honours degree, professional four-year degree or equivalent, or Recognition of Prior Learning according to NMU policy. 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Academic qualification: BVA Hons or equivalent Honours degree, professional four-year degree or equivalent, or Recognition of Prior Learning according to NMU policy. 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Holders of an Honours or a four-year professional Bachelor's degree from the University (in the case of Masters' studies) or the holders of other qualifications approved by Senate, may be accepted as candidates for the relevant degree.
  • Candidates who have passed the examinations on the grounds that they will be awarded the relevant degree by the University or on the grounds that the required status may later be granted to them, or who have in any other manner (e.g. RPL) attained a level of competence, which in Senate's opinion is adequate for the purpose of postgraduate studies or research at the required level, may be accepted as candidates for the relevant degree.
  • Apart from the general admission requirements, a candidate may be required to fulfil further requirements, e.g. supplementary work or an oral/written examination as prescribed by Senate.
  • A prospective student must contact the relevant Head of Department of Director of School wherein his/her studies will take place, before applying for admission.
  • An application for registration as a student for a postgraduate research qualification may, after approval by the Head of Department or Director of School, be processed by the Manager: Faculty Administration.
  • Where applicable, a candidate must submit a research proposal for approval by the Faculty Postgraduate Studies Committee within the prescribed minimum period as stipulated in the postgraduate research policy. Once such approval has been obtained, an official research project is registered by the Manager: Faculty Administration.
  • Unless the Faculty Postgraduate Studies Committee decides otherwise, no candidate will be allowed to continue with his/her studies if a research project has not been registered within the prescribed minimum period as stipulated in the postgraduate research policy.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Holders of an Honours or a four-year professional Bachelor's degree from the University (in the case of Masters' studies) or the holders of other qualifications approved by Senate, may be accepted as candidates for the relevant degree.
  • Candidates who have passed the examinations on the grounds that they will be awarded the relevant degree by the University or on the grounds that the required status may later be granted to them, or who have in any other manner (e.g. RPL) attained a level of competence, which in Senate's opinion is adequate for the purpose of postgraduate studies or research at the required level, may be accepted as candidates for the relevant degree.
  • Apart from the general admission requirements, a candidate may be required to fulfil further requirements, e.g. supplementary work or an oral/written examination as prescribed by Senate.
  • A prospective student must contact the relevant Head of Department of Director of School wherein his/her studies will take place, before applying for admission.
  • An application for registration as a student for a postgraduate research qualification may, after approval by the Head of Department or Director of School, be processed by the Manager: Faculty Administration.
  • Where applicable, a candidate must submit a research proposal for approval by the Faculty Postgraduate Studies Committee within the prescribed minimum period as stipulated in the postgraduate research policy. Once such approval has been obtained, an official research project is registered by the Manager: Faculty Administration.
  • Unless the Faculty Postgraduate Studies Committee decides otherwise, no candidate will be allowed to continue with his/her studies if a research project has not been registered within the prescribed minimum period as stipulated in the postgraduate research policy.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • The following minimum criteria must be met in order for the application to be considered:
    • The applicant must hold a BA Honours in Media Studies or a cognate discipline
    • In addition, applicants must prepare a submission (involving a portfolio of their creative work in video production, design, digital animation or scriptwriting) for the Department of Media and Communication. This submission must include the following:
      • a portfolio containing a minimum of three projects
      • a cover letter explaining the context in which the works contained in the portfolio were created
      • a reflective essay of 1000 words, in which the formal/thematic features of the portfolio works are critically discussed
    • The above will be assessed on the basis of the following criteria:
      • the projects of the portfolio must reflect a theoretical and creative ability consonant with NQF level 8 in terms of its experimental and innnovative dynamics
      • the reflective essay mut exhibit a critical abillity, consonant with NQF level 8 study, in terms of its appraisal of the projects and its thematization of relationships (resonances and/or dissonances) between the features of the projects
  • Selection is at the discretion of the Department of Media and Communication. However, in order to widen student access to postgradute education, students who do not possess the required BA Honours degree but who hold a BA degree and wish to be admitted to the programme on the basis of recognition of prior learning, may be given recognition in terms of the Nelson Mandela University RPL policy on the basis of their industry experience/work provided these are consonant with NQF level 8 study. However, the final decision on the RPL application rests with the Department of Media and Communication.
  • A candidate must submit a research proposal for the approval by the Faculty Postgraduate Studies Committee within the prescribed period as stipulated in the postgraduate research policy. Once such approval has been optained, an official project is registered by the Manager: Faculty Administration.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • The following minimum criteria must be met in order for the application to be considered:
    • The applicant must hold a BA Honours in Media Studies or a cognate discipline
    • In addition, applicants must prepare a submission (involving a portfolio of their creative work in video production, design, digital animation or scriptwriting) for the Department of Media and Communication. This submission must include the following:
      • a portfolio containing a minimum of three projects
      • a cover letter explaining the context in which the works contained in the portfolio were created
      • a reflective essay of 1000 words, in which the formal/thematic features of the portfolio works are critically discussed
    • The above will be assessed on the basis of the following criteria:
      • the projects of the portfolio must reflect a theoretical and creative ability consonant with NQF level 8 in terms of its experimental and innnovative dynamics
      • the reflective essay mut exhibit a critical abillity, consonant with NQF level 8 study, in terms of its appraisal of the projects and its thematization of relationships (resonances and/or dissonances) between the features of the projects
  • Selection is at the discretion of the Department of Media and Communication. However, in order to widen student access to postgradute education, students who do not possess the required BA Honours degree but who hold a BA degree and wish to be admitted to the programme on the basis of recognition of prior learning, may be given recognition in terms of the Nelson Mandela University RPL policy on the basis of their industry experience/work provided these are consonant with NQF level 8 study. However, the final decision on the RPL application rests with the Department of Media and Communication.
  • A candidate must submit a research proposal for the approval by the Faculty Postgraduate Studies Committee within the prescribed period as stipulated in the postgraduate research policy. Once such approval has been optained, an official project is registered by the Manager: Faculty Administration.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Holders of a Master's degree from the University or the holders of other qualifications approved by Senate may be accepted as candidates for the relevant degree.
  • Candidates who have passed the examinations on the grounds that they will be awarded the relevant degree by the University or on the grounds that the required status may later be granted to them, or who have in any other manner (e.g. RPL) attained a level of competence, which in Senate's opinion is adequate for the purpose of postgraduate studies or research at the required level, may be accepted as candidates for the relevant degree.
  • Apart from the general admission requirements, a candidate may be required to fulfil further requirements, e.g. supplementary work or an oral/written examination as prescribed by Senate.
  • A prospective student must contact the relevant Head of Department of Director of School wherein his/her studies will take place, before applying for admission.
  • An application for registration as a student for a postgraduate research qualification may, after approval by the Head of Department or Director of School, be processed by the Manager: Faculty Administration.
  • Where applicable, a candidate must submit a research proposal for approval by the Faculty Postgraduate Studies Committee within the prescribed minimum period as stipulated in the postgraduate research policy. Once such approval has been obtained, an official research project is registered by the Manager: Faculty Administration.
  • Unless the Faculty Postgraduate Studies Committee decides otherwise, no candidate will be allowed to continue with his/her studies if a research project has not been registered within the prescribed minimum period as stipulated in the postgraduate research policy.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Holders of a Master's degree from the University or the holders of other qualifications approved by Senate may be accepted as candidates for the relevant degree.
  • Candidates who have passed the examinations on the grounds that they will be awarded the relevant degree by the University or on the grounds that the required status may later be granted to them, or who have in any other manner (e.g. RPL) attained a level of competence, which in Senate's opinion is adequate for the purpose of postgraduate studies or research at the required level, may be accepted as candidates for the relevant degree.
  • Apart from the general admission requirements, a candidate may be required to fulfil further requirements, e.g. supplementary work or an oral/written examination as prescribed by Senate.
  • A prospective student must contact the relevant Head of Department of Director of School wherein his/her studies will take place, before applying for admission.
  • An application for registration as a student for a postgraduate research qualification may, after approval by the Head of Department or Director of School, be processed by the Manager: Faculty Administration.
  • Where applicable, a candidate must submit a research proposal for approval by the Faculty Postgraduate Studies Committee within the prescribed minimum period as stipulated in the postgraduate research policy. Once such approval has been obtained, an official research project is registered by the Manager: Faculty Administration.
  • Unless the Faculty Postgraduate Studies Committee decides otherwise, no candidate will be allowed to continue with his/her studies if a research project has not been registered within the prescribed minimum period as stipulated in the postgraduate research policy.