University of Pretoria UP Fee Structure 2022/2023

By | January 24, 2022

University of Pretoria UP Fee Structure 2022/2023

University of Pretoria UP Fee Structure; Check University of Pretoria UP Fee Structure 2022/2023

Fees and other financial obligations are solely the responsibility of the student. It is the student’s responsibility to communicate with sponsors or guardians to ensure prompt and full payment of any fees due for every academic year. The cost of each programme will be clearly stated in the admission letter. Fees are payable in full at the beginning of the academic year, or in two equal instalments at the beginning of each semester. All payments by local institutions or individuals shall be made in local Currency.

Tuition and other fees for the entire 2022/2023 Academic Years are due and payable prior to registration. Rent for on-campus accommodation for the entire year is due and payable at registration. The University shall, however, allow these payments to be split into parts as described below.  Delayed payment is allowable with penalty as described below.  Students should commence attending classes pending finalization of payment in order to meet attendance requirements.

Students or their sponsors shall deposit payments into the following University accounts and present original bank pay-in slips at registration and the University will issue an identity card for the current semester, which will permit them to attend classes or use any of its facilities.

Private Sponsored Students

Private students, including those being sponsored by employers or other agencies, must pay 50% of annual tuition and 100% of other fees to register for 1st semester and must pay the entire balance to register for 2nd semester.

Student Fees

Fees include all the amounts that are payable in order for you to FLY@UP and graduate on time. It is important for undergraduate students to note that tuition fees differ between the faculties at UP. Click here to view the tuition fees that are payable per faculty. For postgraduate students: as a returning student, your fees may look quite different from that of an undergraduate student. Click here for more information on the fees you can expect to pay when doing your Master’s, Honours, Doctorate and more. International students should note that the registration and tuition fees that apply to them are slightly different from that of local students. Read more about the differences and payable fees here.


Parents Financial Information

The Fees and Funding web page contains full information, but the summary below is handy for quick reference…. Read more


International Students

International students should note that the registration and tuition fees that apply to them are slightly different from… Read more


Undergraduate Students

It is important for undergraduate students to note that tuition fees differ between the faculties at UP… Read more


Postgraduate Students

For postgraduate students: as a returning student, your fees may look quite different from that of an… Read more



See all the fees that are payable per residence on the UP campus, as well as to get a good idea of your meal costs… Read more


When to pay what

It can be quite daunting to remember when exactly to pay which fees. To avoid any headaches… Read more


Bank Details

Click here to see the banking details and accounts into which all payments, both local and international, can be made.


2.5% Discount

If your student account is 100% paid by 30 April, a 2,5% discount is applicable. What a bonus!… Read more

Other Costs

Don’t get caught off guard! Learn more about additional costs such as breakage fees, summer/winter school fees… Read more

Payment Arrangements

Payments at UP can only be made in a certain manner. In order to avoid any mistakes, be sure to familiarise yourself… Read more


If the source of the credit on your account is not as a result of an award or bursary, but is due to your own payments…Read more

Family Rebate

When two or more dependent children of the same family are simultaneously registered for a study programme at… Read more


Fees for the next study year are normally available from December. To get an overview of payable fees, you can view… Read more

Statement of Account

Be smart; avoid falling behind and paying any penalties! For a step-by-step guide on how to view a complete… Read more

Summer/Winter School Fees

Full tuition fees will be charged for the modules taken. This fee is payable with the rest of the student account… Read more

Module changes and termination of studies

Adding and discontinuing modules / study programme… Read more

Fees paid by Bursars

Adding and discontinuing modules / study programme… Not all bursaries make complete pay-outs. Make sure you know which fees your bursary is covering and which fees still… Read more

Credit Card Payments

You can also pay your fees using a credit card. If you find that to be more convenient for you… Read more


Tuition and residence fees are determined annually and are subject to escalation.

Fees in Arrears

Half (50%) of the account is due at 30 April. Please take note that half (50%) of the cost of a module added between 30 April and 31 July …Read more


Contact Us


With the Government’s recent decision to move the country back to Alert Level 3 and in an attempt to curb COVID-19 infections, the Student Service Centre will return to limited operational hours and services.

Kindly note that, until further notice, the Student Service Centre will only be open on Mondays – Fridays from 9:00 – 14:00, ONLY to issue access cards.

Please direct any other queries to the Student Service Centre telephonically or via email to the relevant division:

General or 012 420 3111

Academic Advising:

NSFAS and UP funding related

Student accounts related

Payment related

The situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic is very fluid and circumstances might change at short notice. We request that you visit the University’s website for regular updates:

If you’d like more information on any of our academic programmes or have any other queries, concerns or need general help and guidance, we’re glad to help you. Please use the list below to help you to find the contact information you’re looking for or use our handy FAQ page. The University of Pretoria’s physical address for the Hatfield Campus, which is the home of our central administration is the corner of:

University of Pretoria
cnr Lynnwood Road and Roper Street
South Africa
Postal address:
University of Pretoria
Private bag X20
Hatfield 0028
South Africa
Economic and Management Sciences Undergraduate applications and admissions:

Ignatius Dire  +27 (0)12 420 5278
Ms Alta Erasmus +27 (0) 12 420 3062

Postgraduate applications and admissions:

Mr Ignatious Dire
Ms Alta Erasmus +27 (0) 12 420 3062
Education Faculty of Education Student Services:

Head Of Student Administration
Mrs Velaphi Makgwahla  +27 (0) 12 420 5590/5695
Manager Undergraduate:
Mrs Thandi Mngomezulu +27 (0)12 420 5615
Ms Monicca Makena +27 (0) 12 420 5546
Mr Lucky Masehla +27(0)12 420 3950
Ms Mannana Tshabalala +27(0)12 420 5652
Manager Postgraduate:
Ms Pulane Tau +27 (0)12 420 2725,
Ms Baatseba Mphahlele +27(0)12 420 5582
Manager – Distance Education:
Ms Emsie Piek +27 (0) 12 420 5731
Ms Marna Meyer +27 (0) 12 420 5731
Ms Annatjie de Bruyn +27 (0) 12 420 5701
Engineering, Built Environment and IT
Head of Student Administration
Mrs D Tau
+27 (0)12 420 2676
Undergraduate: Applications and admissions
Ms J van Rooyen
+27 (0) 12 420 5166
Undergraduate: Student Administration
Ms E Willemse
+27 (0)12 420 2724


School of Information Technology:
Ms P Ngwenya
+27 (0)12 420 4186

School for the Built Environment:
Ms M Erasmus
+27 (0)12 420 2298

School of Engineering
Assistant Co-Ordinator
Mechanical Engineering Engage programme
Ms MPM Ntsoane
+27 (0)12 420 5299

Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Ms S Adams
+27 (0) 12 420 2450

Electrical Engineering
Electronic Engineering
Ms L Rix
+27 (0)12 420 6625

Mechanical Engineering
Ms N Potgieter
+27 (0)12 420 2987

Industrial Engineering
Metallurgical Engineering
Ms N Kenene
+27 (0)12 420 6520

Chemical Engineering
Mining Engineering
Mr MJ Makhasa
+27 (0)12 420 2142

Civil Engineering
Ms F Moasa
+27 (0)12 420 4095

Postgraduate Student Administration

Mr K Nkanyana
+27 (0)12 420 6735

All Doctoral Matters:
Mr K Nkanyana
+27 (0)12 420 6735

All Honours applications
Honours: School for the Built Environment
School of Information Technology
Graduate School of Technology Management
Ms SL Mgiba
+27 (0)12 420 5316

Honours: School of Engineering
Mr R Mashiloane
+27 (0)12 420 3656

Masters: All research degrees
Ms S Steenberg
+27 (0)12 420 5315

Masters: All taught degrees
Ms H Molapo
+27 (0)12 420 3011


Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) +27 (0)11 771 4000
Health Sciences
Undergraduate Student Admin Manager
Ms C Anthony
+27 (0) 12 356 3057
Medicine (MBChB)
Ms T Mabasa
+27 (0) 12 356 3056
Medicine (MBChB)
Ms M Viljoen
+27 (0) 12 356 3063
Nursing Science, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Radiography
Ms E Malan
+27 (0) 12 356 3042
Nursing Science (Registered Nurses) and BSport Science
Mr T Miya
+27 (0) 12 356 3038
Dietetics, Clinical Medical Practice
Ms G Msiza
+27 (0) 12 356 3056
Dentistry and Oral Hygiene
+27 (0) 356 3058
Postgraduate Student Admin Manager
Ms A Welman
+27 (0) 356 3062
Masters programmes
Ms K Fortune
+27 (0) 356 3044
Honours and Postgraduate Diplomas
Ms H Ramatswi
+27 (0) 356 3060
Humanities Head of Student Administration
Ms B Tsebe
012 420 2188

Management Assistant
Ms S Bok
012 420 4843

Undergraduate: Student administration and applications

Senior Coordinator
Ms E Monyeki
All undergraduate related matters and sports degrees
012 420 5241

Mr D Letsoalo
Student Administration: BA General and BA Extended degree programmes
012 420 3703

Ms J White
Student administration and admissions: BA Visual Studies; BA Fine Arts; BA Information Design; Bachelor of Music (BMus); BMus Extended; BPolSci International Studies and BPolSci Political Studies degree programmes
012 420 2206

Ms N Rakolle
Student administration: BA Languages; BA Speech-Language Pathology; BA Audiology; Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)
Admission and Application: BA General; BA Extended; BA Languages; BA Speech-Language Pathology; BA Audiology and Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree programmes
012 420 2959

Ms P Tshetlhane
Student administration: BA Law
Applications and admissions: BA Law; BDram, BSocSci Philosophy, Politics and Economics; BSocSci Industrial Sociology and Labour studies and BSocSci Heritage and Cultural Tourism degree programmes
012 420 3616

Ms B Ragophala
Student Administration: BSocSci Philosophy, Politics and Economics; BDram; Industrial Sociology and Labour Studies; BSocSci Heritage and Cultural Tourism and postgraduate applications
012 420 3061

Postgraduate: Student administration and applications

Senior Coordinator
All Postgraduate related matters including the administration of Masters Students and Honours applications. Ms N Maphanga
012 420 2736

Ms Jean Pretorius
Student administration: All Doctoral and Honours students
Applications and admissions: All Masters and Doctoral
012 420 6909

Law Faculty of Law Admin Head: Ms M Sesing-Letsike +27 (0)12 420 2290

Undergraduate coordinator: Mr K Makua +27 (0)12 420 5336

LLB Programme code 04310012: Mr K Makua +27 (0)12 420 5336
LLB Programme code 04310010: Current BA Law transfer students Mr K Ntuli +27 (0)12 420 4267
LLB Programme code 04310011: Current BCom Law transfer students Ms M Meyer +27 (0)12 420 5472
LLB applications and admissions: +27 (0)12 420 4265

Postgraduate coordinator: Ms L du Plessis +27 (0)12 420 2737
LLD/PHD: (applications and registered students)
LLM/MPHIL Research: (applications and registered students)

Centre for Human Rights: (LLM/MPhil applications and registered students)
Ms M Meyer +27 (0)12 420 5472

Department Jurisprudence: (LLM/MPhil applications and registered students)
Ms H van Tonder +27 (0)12 420 4265

Department Mercantile Law: (LLM/MPhil)
Registered students: Ms K Sebothoma +27 (0)12 420 4266
Applications: Ms T Dodo +27 (0)12 420 4927

Department Private Law: (LLM/MPhil applications and registered students)
Ms S Molatana +27 (0)12 420 5982

Department Public Law: (LLM/MPhil applications and registered students)
Mr K Ntul +27 (0)12 420 4267

Department Procedural Law: (LLM/MPhil applications and registered students)

Ms S Molatana +27 (0)12 420 5982

Natural and Agricultural Sciences NAS Student Administration – Undergraduate & Honours

Zoology; Entomology
Cathy Barnard

Biochemistry; Biological Sciences; Culinary Science; Ecology; Food Science; Human Physiology; Microbiology; Nutrition; Plant Sciences.
Gloria Bosuga

Agriculture; Animal Science; Applied Plant and Soil Sciences; Clothing and Retail; Extended Programmes; Hospitality; Medical science; Plant pathology; Retail Management.
Henda van Vuuren

Actuarial Science; Applied Mathematics; Mathematical Statistics; Mathematics.
Jacob Mphse

Chemistry; Engineering Geology; Environmental Sciences; Geography; Geoinformatics; Geology; Meteorology; Physics.
Martha Tshoke

Biotechnology; Genetics; Human Genetics; Human Physiology, Genetics and Psychology.
Rebeccah Khumalo


Zoology; Entomology.
Cathy Barnard

Johanna Mashaba

Agricultural Economics; Extension and Rural Development; Animal and Wildlife Science; Mathematical Science.
Daleen Hartman

Consumer and Food Sciences; Geography, Geoinformatics and Meteorology, Plant and Soil Science.
Dinah Bokaba

Biochemistry, Genetics and Microbiology; Geology; Physics.
Emily Mokhehle

Theology Head of Department: Ms Cathy Sandis +27(0) 12 420 4053

Undergraduate: Trone Stander  +27 (0)12 420 2040

Postgraduate: Doris Mokgokolo +27 (0)12 420 2700

Veterinary Science Onderstepoort Veterinary Academic Hospital (OVAH)
All-hours telephone number: 0861 00 VETS (8387)

General Enquiries: Ms Pearl Mmako

Undergraduate: Henriette van der Watt +27 (0)12 529 8193

Postgraduate: Leonie Johnson +27 (0)12 529 8375



  1. Administrative fee, Quality Assurance fee, medical fee, and Students’ Government fee should be paid full at the beginning of the academic year.
  2. Tuition fee can be paid fully at the beginning of each academic year or in two instalments at the beginning of each semester.
  3. Tuition fee is non-refundable.
  4. Fee structure is subject to changes without notice.
  5. All Fees must be paid before registration for the semester.
  6. The original copy of the bank deposit slip should be submitted immediately to the Finance office clearly indicating the name of the student, programme and year of study. Late submission will attract penalty.

7.Do not conduct any transaction via any other form of transaction than University bank accounts indicated in the fee structure.


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