Announcement: 2016 Applicants
Applications for admission to the University in 2016 has closed for all programmes. Consult the table below for programmes that remain open for application.
|3099 Affiliated Student
3909 Post Doctoral Research Fellowship
3599 Preparatory Doctorate
3598 Preparatory Masters
Pace Career Centre
Pace Career Centre is South Africa’s longest standing career guidance company. Over the past 20 years PACE has made a significant impact on the career guidance infrastructure of the country. Over 1,000,000 youth annually have access to free career guidance as a result of the PACE initiatives.
PACE has a well researched and developed range of products from primary school level right through to corporate career development programmes.
PACE Career Centre is the founding member of the South African Career Development Association (SACDA) which co-ordinates career guidance and development activities throughout the region.
PACE Career Centre is a well trusted brand in career guidance and development as is apparent by their well established client list.
Pace Services at UWC:
The Univerisity has partnered with the Pace Career Centre and now offers a valuable career guidance service to prospective students in helping them choose a programme of study.
Before application to the University is made please visit the www.gostudy.net/uwc and follow the instructions for the Course Chooser below. The Course Chooser will ask you for your school subjects and marks. It will then scan all the courses at UWC and tell you which ones your qualify to apply for.
1. Go to www.gostudy.net/uwc
2. Register so that you can recall your information later
3. Select you subject and marks
4. Check the disclaimer
5. Click on Search Courses
6. See the courses that you qualify for
7. Apply online to the University of the Western Cape
Each code has a lifespan of 24 hours from entry
Learners are encouraged to apply on-line to speed up the application process.
How to complete the application form
The application form has various sections that have to be completed such as , name, personal information, planned programmes of study, school details, financial details etc.
After completing a section, click the submit button of the page to save that section’s information. Now move to the next section and repeat the procedure until you have completed all the sections of the form.
Collect all the information you may need and keep it at hand while you complete the form.. This should enable you to complete the form in one sitting.
Please read the information carefully before you answer each question
Provide all the information required in each section
Before you submit the application, ensure that your responses are correct and that you have filled in all the required information on the form.
After submitting the application, you will receive an application number. You must use this number in all enquiries or correspondence with the university.
The system will automatically refer you back to the particular item/section that you must correct or complete if you have made an error or omitted information.
Do not forget to indicate your first and second choice of degree programme. You will be considered for your second choice programme if you are not selected for your first choice programme.
Any mis-representation of information on the application form and/or the submission of false documentation in support of your application will be considered in a very serious light. It cold lead to refusal of admission or immediate expulsion from the university.
By submitting your application you are indicating that the statements contained within it are true and accurate to the best of your knowledge.
Your application fee of R100.00 is payable by 30
September 2015, and thereafter late application fee will be R150.00.
Application fee may be paid using the following methods:
· Cash, debit cards, credits cards, cheque at our cashiers on the on the
ground floor of the Student Administration, West Wing building.
Direct deposits at ABSA bank
· (EFT) Electronic Funds Transfer from your bank
Credit Card Payments will be
accepted – online at www.uwc.ac.za
Cash Office hours: Monday – Friday: 08h30 –
Account Name: University
of the Western Cape, Student Deposits, Current
Institution: ABSA Bank
Bank Address: 1ST
Floor, Tygerpark 4, Willie Van Schoor
7530, South Africa
Account Number: 40 4960 4740
Branch Code: 632005,
Public Sector Western Cape
Swift Code: ABSAZAJJ
– for payments made outside of the Rand currency area
Deposit Reference: Application
Deposit reference: Application
number first, Initial and Surname
Deposit reference on line 70 Application number first, Initial and Surname only
Please note: international applicants must pay the foreign equivalent of
the application fee plus all the bank charges.
email or fax a copy of the deposit slips to the Finance Department Office,
Fax: +27 21 959 1556 / 2986, Telephone: +27 21 959 3900/1/2/3
payments may take up to 2 business days for local payments and up to 5 business
days for foreign payments to reflect on our system.
Card payments may take up to 5 business days for local payments and up to 10
business days for foreign payments to reflect on our system.
Please make sure that you use the application number
cited above in all future communication with the University and visit our
for further information until you have received a student number.
PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT MORE THAN ONE APPLICATION FORM Apply Online
Personally collect the form from the Helpdesk
Administration building, Ground floor, University of the Western Cape
The requirements for an application to be sufficiently completed for consideration vary by programme but in general, applications will be considered once the following documentation is received:
A certified copy of your identification document
A certified copy of your matric certificate in the case of applicants already matriculated before 2008 or a certified copy of your National Senior Certificate if you matriculate as from 2008
Official academic transcripts and a certificate of conduct if you are transferring from another university or applying for credits obtained from another institution of higher education
The application fee or proof of electronic payment through a bank (copy of your receipt) must accompany the application form
Letters of reference for those programmes where it is required
Certificates and transcripts that are in another language other than English or Afrikaans must be submitted together with an English translation thereof that has been certified by a Public Notary (not a Commissioner of Oaths)
Any other documentation which may be required for admission to a specific programme
Request via telephone
Call the UWC call centre @ +27 21 959 3900/ 3901
Additional information about the Application procedures can be seen by clicking on the link below