Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

APPLICATIONS FOR SECOND SEMESTER 2017 INTAKE

In order to ensure adequate time for processing and testing by NMMU and yourself, applications for the 2017 second semester should be submitted by the latest 31 May 2017. In addition, places in some qualifications are limited, and it is therefore in your best interest to submit your application early. Please refer to the “2017 – 2nd Semester intake and qualification guidelines document” prior to applying, as a limited number of qualification(s) are open for the second semester intake.

Early applications: 31 May 2017 (no fee)

Late applications: 01 June 2017 to 20 June 2017 (no fee)

To apply for a 2017 second semester qualification please apply here, as online applications are NOT open for second semester applications. Only manual applications (hard copy) will be considered for possible admission. Please ensure that you have familiarised yourself with the specific admission requirements, prior to applying.

Applications for academic admission: 2018 January intake  

Online applications for NMMU's 2018 January intake are now open. In order to ensure adequate time for processing, testing, portfolios, interviews and planning by NMMU and yourself, applications for admission in 2018 should be submitted before 1 August 2017. In addition, places for some qualifications are limited; it is therefore in your best interest to submit your application early.

BTech & Advanced Diploma applications
NMMU students who are currently completing either a Diploma or National Diploma (NDip) at NMMU and would like to apply for these qualifications are required to only complete the “BTech and Advanced Diploma Application Form”. The completed form must be submitted to the admissions office before 1 August 2017 (no supporting documentation required). Prospective students who have already completed their diploma studies either at NMMU or elsewhere, and opted to enter the work force or take a gap year before commencing their BTech/Advanced Diploma studies, would need to complete an “online application form”  and submit certified copies of their ID, academic record and certificate of conduct along with other documentation in order for their applications to be considered. Applications close on 1 August 2017 and no application fee is required.

Application deadlines for International Students:

Second Semester 2017 (July): 30 April (Application fee of R500)

First Semester 2018 (February): 31 October (Application fee of R500)

 

View the list of programmes that are now FULL

POSTGRADUATES

Master’s and doctoral degrees by research candidates can apply at any time of the year - application is free. Postgraduate applicants must also complete the relevant Postgraduate form (U24) in addition to the standard Postgraduate application form.

Postgraduate applications must be submitted to: postgraduateadmission@nmmu.ac.za

 

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Application procedure

You may apply by following one of these routes:

  1. Apply online; 
  2. Request an application form by emailing a request to info@nmmu.ac.za, providing your postal address. The application package will then be posted to your postal address; or
  3. Request the application form by phoning (041) 504 1111; or
  4. Personally collect an application form from any of the Admissions Enquiries counters, on South Campus, Missionvale Campus and George Campus;
  5. Postgraduate applicants must also complete the relevant Postgraduate form in addition to the standard Postgraduate application form (which can be found on the right-hand side of this page). For information on postgraduate programmes, please consult the General Information and Admission Requirements for Postgraduate Programmes.

 

  • Make sure you have paid the Application fee (international students only), before submitting your application form (see below for methods of payment).
  • Your application form must be accompanied by:
  • (i) a certified copy of your final Grade 11 report and; 
  • (ii) a most recent Grade 12  (June/Sept) report (No March results), or if you have already passed the matriculation examination, a certified copy of your matriculation certificate, or results as well as certified copies of diploma/degree certificates and academic records for postgraduate applications,
  • (iii) a certified copy of your ID/Passport,
  • (iv) a certified copy of the identity document of your parent/legal guardian/surety,
  • (v) declaration by your parent / legal guardian / surety if you are a dependent, or currently at school, or studying at a tertiary institution, or have recently left school and do/will not have permanent employment when applying or studying at the university.
  • Either an acknowledgement letter or outcome of your admission will be sent to you within 10 working days during April to June. During the period leading up to the closing dates stipulated above the turnaround time will be 14 – 20 working days.
  • If your admissions points and school subjects do not meet the entry requirements for your chosen programme, you may be requested to write an access assessment test.
  • Some programmes have additional selection requirements; please consult the Undergraduate Guide for your specific faculty which can be downloaded from the links on the right of this page.
  • You may track the status of your application.
  • The outcome of your application will be conveyed to you via sms, or a letter posted to your postal address. Please ensure that we have your correct cell phone number.
  • If you are provisionally admitted you will receive an Orientation Booklet together with registration information in November/December.
  • Final acceptance is subject to your final NSC results meeting the minimum admission requirements for your chosen programme.
  • You can use one of the following methods to pay application fees:
    • Money order (purchased at a post office)
    • Postal order (purchased at a post office)
    • Cheque. The cheque must be crossed and marked “not transferable”.
    • Cashiers: payment can be made personally at the university.
    • Please do not send cash in the post.

Applicants who have studied at other tertiary institutions

  • In order to ensure adequate time for processing, assessment testing and planning by NMMU and yourself, applications for admission in 2018 should be submitted by 1 August 2017 – No application fee for South African applicants.
  • Late applications will be considered after this date based on academic merit until 31 October 2017 – No application fee for South African applicants.
  • Submit together with your application form, a certified copy of your official academic record and certificate of conduct as well as a certified copy of your school leaving certificate.
  • Should you be applying for module exemptions, download the module exemption form and complete it and note that there is a module exemption fee to be paid before the exemption can be processed. You must attach copies of module outlines/syllabus.
  • The application fees above are applicable for International applicants.

Postal Address

The Admissions Office
PO Box 77000
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
PORT ELIZABETH
6031

NMMU Banking Account Details

Bank: Standard Bank
Branch code: 051001
Account No.: 080263011
Reference: Write the word: Application and your name

Fax payment receipt to: 041 504 4722
Please attach a copy of the direct deposit or proof of payment to your application form.

Allow three working days for processing. Also keep a copy of the direct deposit or proof of payment should be in your possession at all times.

Postal Orders

Clearly indicate the following on the postal or money order or on the back of your cheque:

  • Your full initials and surname
  • Write the words: “payment of application fees”
  • Payable to Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. The original money or postal order or cheque must be stapled to your application form.

Application fees are non-refundable. Payment of application fees does not guarantee entry to the university. Please do not send cash in the post.