Study Fees, Scholarships and Bursaries

Cancellation of registration information
  • Upon cancellation of registration a student must submit a formal application to the Deputy Dean, Executive Dean or Registrar in the relevant form which must be completed and duly signed. Students who fail to comply with the above procedure will be held liable for the full outstanding fees, finance charges and collection cost in the event of legal action. The date of cancellation will be the official University date stamp reflecting the date of receipt of the cancellation form.
  • Fees will be refunded to students or sponsors only if the student’s account is in credit.
    Note : Refunds must be requested in writing, with proper explanations. Credit balances on Student accounts will be refunded only on written request.
    (a) Students who wish to cancel their registration for a course/s for any reason whatsoever must notify the office of the Registrar immediately in writing on the official cancellation form, failing which the registration shall be treated in terms of paragraph(c) below.
    Cancellation forms, which are available from respective School officers, must be completed in triplicate.
    (b) Students who wish to vacate the hostels must notify the Hostel Superintendent immediately in writing.
    (c) Students failing to cancel courses and /or residence remain responsible for the full fees for that particular academic year.
    (d) Registration fees, late registration fee and SRA levy will under NO Circumstances be refunded.
  • Year and first semester courses/modules
    3.1 Cancellation of courses within 60 days (From the first day of the first term) a student will get 100% refund on tuition. Note that a refund is not calculated on the basis of amount paid, but on the amount payable for the year.
    3.2 Cancellation of courses between 60-90 days, 50% refund.
    3.3 Cancellation of courses after 90 days, NO REFUND. (The full amount is payable).
  • Second semester courses/modules
    4.1 Cancellation of courses within 60 days, (From the first day of the Second term) 100% refund.
    4.2 Cancellation of courses between 60-90 days 50% refund.
    4.3 Cancellation of courses after 90 days, NO REFUND. (The full amount is payable).
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  • CANCELLATION AND REFUND STRUCTURE
    6.1 Upon cancellation of registration a student must submit a formal application to the Deputy Dean, Executive Dean or Registrar in the relevant form which must be completed and duly signed.Students who fail to comply with the above procedure will be held liable for the full outstanding fees, finance charges and collection cost in the event of legal action.The date of cancellation will be the official University date stamp reflecting the date of receipt of the cancellation form.6.2 Fees will be refunded to students or sponsors only if the student’s account is in credit.
    Note : Refunds must be requested in writing, with proper explanations. Credit balances on Student accounts will be refunded only on written request.
    (a) Students who wish to cancel their registration for a course/s for any reason whatsoever must notify the office of the Registrar immediately in writing on the official cancellation form, failing which the registration shall be treated in terms of paragraph(c) below. Cancellation forms, which are available from respective School officers, must be completed in triplicate.
    (b) Students who wish to vacate the hostels must notify the Hostel Superintendent immediately in writing.
    (c) Students failing to cancel courses and /or residence remain responsible for the full fees for that particular academic year.
    (d) Registration fees, late registration fee and SRA levy will under NO Circumstances be refunded.6.3 Year and first semester courses/modules6.3.1 Cancellation of courses within 60 days (From the first day of the first term) a student will get 100% refund on tuition. Note that a refund is not calculated on the basis of amount paid, but on the amount payable for the year.
    6.3.2 Cancellation of courses between 60-90 days, 50% refund.
    6.3.3 Cancellation of courses after 90 days, NO REFUND. (The full amount is payable).
    6.4 Second semester courses/modules
    6.4.1 Cancellation of courses within 60 days, (From the first day of the Second term) 100% refund.
    6.4.2 Cancellation of courses between 60-90 days, 50% refund.
    6.4.3 Cancellation of courses after 90 days, NO REFUND. (The full amount is payable).

Banking details updates

Download banking forms and email them to Ndateni.makhema@univen.ac.za or Phumudzo.tshikalange@univen.ac.za
Attach a bank stamped bank statement not older than 3 months, as well as your ID copy;
Emails without documentation will be ignored.

NSFAS related enquiries

– Outstanding allowances (1st confirm your funding status and attach it on the email)
– N+ appeals (list has been shared with the SRC of both approved and rejected). Those who were rejected due to outstanding documents, such documents must be sent to Amukelani.Mabasa@univen.ac.za asap for NSFAS to action)
– DSU Conversions (ensure requested annexures are submitted to Owen.Sirwali@Univen.ac.za)
– Funding (attach screenshot of your funding status on the email);
– Please note that we cannot unblock you if your funder has not settled your balance for Certificates.

Contact the Student Finance Office

All student account enquiries and quotations for student fees can be made to the Student Finance Office.

Tel: +27 15 962 8467
Email: Tshima.Tshivhase@univen.ac.za

Contact the Student Finance Office

Name: Glenda Ramathavha
Designation: Finance Manager

Tel: +27 15 962 8296
Email: glenda.ramathavha@univen.ac.za

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