Publication of Results
PUBLICATION OF RESULTS FOR STUDENTS PARTICIPATING IN CATCH-UPStudents who have participated in catch-up either fully or partially may view their final results and/or outcomes from 10h00 on 20 February 2021 via their student portal. Any results available on the portal before this date are provisional and subject to change. Students with a zero student account balance or students funded by NSFAS will have official copies of their transcripts emailed to them between 20 and 24 February 2021. Please click here for further information should you require access to your transcript but have an outstanding account balance.
CLOSING DATE: 15 FEBRUARY 2021 (catch-up assessments 28 February 2021)
Cost of remarking exam scripts is R 750.00 per exam script.
Before you request remarking of your exam script, the following must be in your possession:
Electronic copy of your certified ID
Electronic copy of your bank deposit slip for the fee outlined above
Click here to apply for a remark
If you have completed your degree when results are published, you may request a letter of completion from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Should you have fees outstanding (i.e. have not settled all your fees) you will not receive an academic transcript or your full results, but will only receive your promotion outcome via the UWC Student Portal. In the event that you have fees outstanding you may request your academic transcript to be emailed, on your behalf, to other institutions, employers or bursars by emailing email@example.com and including the institution’s name, a contact email (to which it must be sent) and a reference/application number (if applicable).
Senate Discretionary Assessments (SDAs) will take place from 23-26 February 2021. A student must qualify for this as per Rule A.5.2.8 Senate Discretionary Assessment (SDA) in the General Calendar.
The University has taken the decision that no student who was registered for the 2020 academic year will be academically excluded from the University at the end of this academic year. In this regard any student that has failed and would normally have been academically excluded will now be allowed to continue with his/her studies in 2021 and will obtain a promotion outcome of Academically Refused/Can Register. This code will mean that a student will not be academically excluded at the end of 2020 but can continue with their registration for 2021 as per the registration processes.
Please note that in certain instances results are provisional and are subject to change. Although the University endeavours at all times to publish results accurately, errors may occur. An error does not give the candidate the right to a pass mark, distinction, or the award of a certificate, diploma or degree.
Details around the process for registration and tuition fees for 2021 will be available on our website from 11 January 2021. You are reminded that you are required to register for each year of study (by the stipulated timelines) and pay the required registration and tuition fees.