University of Fort Hare Fees 2024/2025 Details

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University of Fort Hare Fees 2024/2025 Details

University of Fort Hare Fees 2024/2025 Details – UFH FEES STRUCTURE 2024/2025

UFH APPLICATION FEES

TUITION: 

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A non-refundable fee of R120-00 on or before 31st October.
Late Applications not accepted.
Acceptance of accommodation of R1000-00 before 31st December

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University of Fort Hare Entry Requirements

RESIDENCE:  

A non-Refundable fee of R120-00 on or  before 31st October.
A non-Refundable fee of R250-00 LATE APPLICATION: 01 NOVEMBER – 31st DECEMBER
Acceptance of accommodation of R1000-00 before 31st December

BANKING DETAILS

Bank:     Standard Bank
Branch:Alice
Branch Code:     05 01 19
Account Name: University of Fort Hare
Account Number:            28 210 1357
Reference:         Applicant’s full name

AVERAGE COST OF STUDYING AT FORT HARE 

 Introduction

 In order to enable current and prospective students wishing to study at the University of Fort Hare in 2016, the following details are provided as a guide to determine the cost of study.

University of Fort Hare Fees

Non Refundable Application Fee – Tuition

Before the 31st October 2016                                         R 120

 Non Refundable Application Fee – Residence

Before the 31st October 2016                                         R 120

after 1st November 2016                                                R 300

2.3Acceptance of accommodation payable before the 31st December 2016 

R1 000

2.4Minimum Initial Payment

 Before any student is permitted to register at the university, the University requires such a student to make a Minimum Initial Payment (MIP) towards

Tuition …………………………………………………..R3 500

Foreign Levy: Non SADC.………………………………R3500 Foreign Levy: SADC.……………………………………..R1500

 Settlement of outstanding accounts

The balance owing after the payment of the minimal initial payment (MIP) must be settled as follows:

i.By the end of the first quarter (lectures end)30%
ii.By the end of the second quarter (lectures end)60%
iii.By the end of the third quarter (lectures end)100%

Average Cost of study – Alice Campus (cost excludes application fees, handouts, books and foreign levy.)

ServiceFaculty of Agriculture and ScienceFaculties of Social Science & Humanities, Management & Commerce, Law

& Education

Honours
Tuition26 236 – 41 83126 553 – 44 37418 620
Residence14 500-  25 00014 500 – 25 00014 500- 25 000
Meals15 00015 00015 000
Registration fees2 6302 6302 630
TOTAL58 366 – 84 46158 683 – 87 00450 750 – 61 250

 Average Cost of Study – East London Campus (cost excludes application fees handouts, books and foreign levy.)

ServiceFaculty of Science and TechnologyFaculties of Social Science & Humanities, Management & Commerce, Law

& Education

Honours
Tuition26 236 – 41 83126 553 – 44 37418 620
Residence21 054 – 37 50021 054 – 37 50021 054 – 37 500
Meals15 00015 00015 000
Registration fees2 6302 6302 630
TOTAL64 920 – 96 96165 237 – 99 50457 304 – 73 750

 Average Postgraduate fees for all campuses.

 Postgraduate diplomas……………………………………………………..R27 143

Honours…………………………….………………………………………R18 620

Masters……………………………………………………………………..R 18 620

PhD…………………………………………………………………………R 15 015

Masters of Public Administration…………………………………………..R27 060 

  • Meals are provided by a private company on cash basis. Students should provide about R5 000 for books.

Discounts

Early Settlement Discounts

The following discounts are applicable for all students:

  1. Settlement of 100% of all fees during registration ……….………………..10%
  2. Settlement of 75% of all fees during registration …………………………..5%

 Second Child Discounts

A discount is granted on tuition fees only for every additional child registered at the University.

Discount for every additional child registered …………….…………………….10%

 Academic Performance Discounts

 In order to attract, reward and retain top performing students the University offers following discounts on tuition to such students:

New undergraduates

(a) 34 to 38 Merit points……………………………………………..……….R 3 500

(b) 39 to 42 Merit points………………………………………….…………R 4 500

(c) 43 to 47 Merit points………………………………………….…………..R 5 500

(d) 48 to 100 Swedish points………………………………………………Full tuition

PointsStandard Grade
890% +
780% to 89%
670% to 79%
560% to 69%
450% to 59%
340% to 49%
030% to 39%
  • Returning undergraduates

NB: Please note that the current rule is currently under review and a special addendum will be published as soon as this rule has been reviewed and approved by the Rules Committee and Senate.

Methods of Payment

  • Direct deposits/internet payments

Direct deposits/internet payments can be made into the University’s bank account at Standard Bank, Alice or East London, Branch Code 050119, Account Number: 282101357 or at First National Bank, Oxford Street East London, Branch Code 210121; Account Number.62150992016. The student number must be used as the reference when using this method of payment.

  • Debit and credit card payments

Debit and credit card payments for student fees are accepted and payments can be made via the Cashiers office by the cardholder.

iii. Debit Orders

Debit order payments are no longer accepted by the University. Students/Parents may however implement a Stop Order with their respective banks and submit a copy of the stop order to the Student Account’s office on or before the 15th of January. This however will not exempt the student from paying the Minimum Initial Payment for registration. The last payment on your stop order should be set for the 31st of October.

  • Edu-Loan

Edu-Loan is a study loan that is repayable over a maximum period of 10 months. For further information contact Andisa Magqabi at 043 704 7225 or e-mail her at andisam@eduloan.co.za. Fax: 086 630 4347.

FINANCIAL AID & BURSARIES

The University currently offers financial aid to South African citizens who are financially needy and who show academic potential.

Students are required to apply annually for financial aid and any aid granted is granted for one academic year only.

Funding for such financial aid is made through the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) and hence the size of any award is determined according to the NSFAS means test.

The closing date for applying for financial aid is the 31st August 2016 for Senior Students and 30 September in respect of returning students.

  • First-Year students will only be given an application form for Financial Assistance upon providing the Financial Aid Office with a letter from the university indicating that the student has been either accepted or provisionally accepted for the 2015 academic year.
  • The value of the NSFAS award will only be credited to the student’s fee account in the third term, once all bursaries have been awarded and paid into the student’s account. This is to ensure that the loans granted are as low as possible.
  • Students receiving NSFAS loans will be required to complete an application form and a loan agreement before any payment will be effected.
  • The allocation received from NSFAS is limited and hence the Financial Aid Committee of the University, who makes financial aid awards, must ensure that as many students are supported as possible while at the same time taking into account financial need. Students are therefore advised that registering on the basis of receiving a full loan from NSFAS should not be considered and that a family contribution as determined by the Means Test may be required.
  • It is also important to note that there are various different kinds of funding made available each year through NSFAS. Below are just a few categories that are made available each year:

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