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Linguist

Linguists study the science of language, both modern and ancient. As a bridge between people of different language backgrounds, their job duties vary depending on where they work. They may do interpreting work in courts, hospitals or as tour guides.


Available Qualifications:

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENT GRADE 12 LEARNERS

  • 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.
  • 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

  • The holders of a relevant Bachelor’s degree from the University or holders of other qualifications approved by Senate, or candidates who have passed the examinations on the grounds that they will be awarded a Bachelor’s degree by the University or on the grounds that the required status may later be granted to them, may be accepted as candidates for Honours degrees.
  • Additional requirements relating to the level of competence achieved for the Bachelor’s degree may be stipulated in the Faculty Rules. Senate may, with the approval of Council, determine the minimum number of new students who must register for a programme/module for it to be offered.
  • A Bachelor's degree with at least a 60% average for Afrikaans and Dutch at third-year level.

 

 

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
 
  • A relevant Bachelor’s degree from the University or other qualification/s approved by Senate.
  • Candidates who have passed the examinations on the grounds that they will be awarded a Bachelor’s degree by the University or on the grounds that the required status may later be granted to them, may be accepted as candidates for Honours degrees.
  • Additional requirements relating to the level of competence achieved for the Bachelor’s degree may be stipulated in the Faculty rules. Senate may, with the approval of Council, determine the minimum number of new students who must register for a programme/module for it to be offered.
  • A Bachelor's degree with at least one language major plus fluency and/or satisfactory results in another language at an undergraduate level. At the University's discretion, prior learning and experience in relevant areas, such as in the case of practising translators, teachers or lexicographers, will be recognised.
 

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
 
  • A relevant Bachelor’s degree from the University or other qualification/s approved by Senate.
  • Candidates who have passed the examinations on the grounds that they will be awarded a Bachelor’s degree by the University or on the grounds that the required status may later be granted to them, may be accepted as candidates for Honours degrees.
  • Additional requirements relating to the level of competence achieved for the Bachelor’s degree may be stipulated in the Faculty rules. Senate may, with the approval of Council, determine the minimum number of new students who must register for a programme/module for it to be offered.
  • A Bachelor's degree with at least one language major plus fluency and/or satisfactory results in another language at an undergraduate level. At the University's discretion, prior learning and experience in relevant areas, such as in the case of practising translators, teachers or lexicographers, will be recognised.
 

 

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

  • The holders of a relevant Bachelor’s degree from the University or holders of other qualifications approved by Senate, or candidates who have passed the examinations on the grounds that they will be awarded a Bachelor’s degree by the University or on the grounds that the required status may later be granted to them, may be accepted as candidates for Honours degrees.
  • Additional requirements relating to the level of competence achieved for the Bachelor’s degree may be stipulated in the Faculty rules. Senate may, with the approval of Council, determine the minimum number of new students who must register for a programme/module for it to be offered.
  • A Bachelor's degree with a 60% pass in French 3 is required.

 

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • The holders of a relevant Bachelor’s degree from the University or holders of other qualifications approved by Senate, or candidates who have passed the examinations on the grounds that they will be awarded a Bachelor’s degree by the University or on the grounds that the required status may later be granted to them, may be accepted as candidates for Honours degrees.
  • Additional requirements relating to the level of competence achieved for the Bachelor’s degree may be stipulated in the Faculty rules.  Senate may, with the approval of Council, determine the minimum number of new students who must register for a programme/module for it to be offered.
  • A Bachelor's degree with isiXhosa as a major is required.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • A relevant Bachelor’s degree, with at least 60% scored in two third-year level Philosophy modules, and at least 60% scored in two cognate, theoretically-rich modules approved by the programme coordinator.
  • Candidates who have passed the examinations on the grounds that they will be awarded a relevant Bachelor’s degree by the University or on the grounds that the required status may later be granted to them, may be accepted as candidates for Honours degrees.
  • Additional requirements relating to the level of competence achieved for the Bachelor’s degree may be stipulated in the Faculty rules.

 

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 or 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 or 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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 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.

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.

 

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.