NWU-MAFIKENG we grow LEADERS

 
NWU-MAFIKENG we grow LEADERS
NWU-MAFIKENG
                                   we grow

                                      LEADERS

                                             NORTH-WEST UNIVERSITY
                                             YUNIBESITI YA BOKONE-BOPHIRIMA
                                             NOORDWES-UNIVERSITEIT
    Innovation through diversity             MAFIKENG CAMPUS

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DISCLAIMER                                                                      INDEX
       The study information and the minimum admission requirements in
                                                                                       The Mafikeng Campus in a nutshell............................................3
       this guide are subject to change and is only a summary of the study
                                                                                       Unique student life .....................................................................4
       programs and requirements. This information is compiled with the
                                                                                       Bursaries and loans .....................................................................6
       view to a general introduction and orientation, and the North-West
                                                                                       Admission requirements .............................................................8
       University accepts no liability for alterations that might take place. In all
                                                                                       Study information Mafikeng Campus .........................................10
       cases the official Calendar of the University should be consulted during
       the compilation of the program of the specific study course.

       Contact details for admission

       Write to us:
       Admissions Office
       North-West University
       Private Bag X2046
       Mmabatho
       2735

       Call us on:
       Tel: 018 389 2252/ 2171
       Fax: 018 389 2198/ 018 393 5775
       E-mail: tshepi.molemane@nwu.ac.za

       Check out our website:
       www.nwu.ac.za

       ©2009 NWU. Compiled by the Marketing and
       Communication Department in cooperation with
       the Faculties on the Mafikeng Campus of the
       North-West University (NWU).

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Quality is the key to your career-aimed degree. It is embodied in
       THE MAFIKENG CAMPUS                                                     the fact that:
                                                                               •    The NWU is among the three top universities that undertake
       in a nutshell                                                                research with the private sector (THRIP report 2006/2007);
                                                                               •    The NWU won an award for the University who best promoted
       Welcome to the Mafikeng Campus of the North-West University!                 multi-linguism and nation building in South Africa by the Pan-
                                                                                    South African National Language Board, 2008;
       This is your guide to career-orientated training and an international   •    The NWU was named the best governed University in South
       qualification. The North-West University (NWU) is a genuinely South          Africa for two consecutive years by PricewaterhouseCoopers,
       African university with three campuses, namely in Potchefstroom,             2007, 2008; and
       the Vaal Triangle and Mafikeng each with its own unique character.      •    The NWU was named the most innovative University in South
       The NWU is committed to meeting the needs of the community                   Africa by the Innovation Fund of the Department of Science and
       by providing quality education to the disadvantaged and rural                Technology in 2008.
       communities from which many of its students come. The University
       also remains committed to responding to the new challenges that
       include information technology, changing learner demographics and
       increased globalisation.

       Why the Mafikeng Campus?
       • Quality training
       • Accessible campus
       • Affordable education
       • Pass rate of 81% of undergraduates
       • Sport opportunities such as Soccer Institute

       International standards                                   www.nwumafikeng.mobi
       At the NWU we are adamant about quality –
       international quality! To ensure this, the University’s
       research and postgraduate training is constantly
       subjected to an international evaluation.

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UNIQUE STUDENT LIFE                                                     HOW MUCH
       Apart from a career-orientated degree, we also guarantee you a unique
                                                                               is it going to cost?
       student life and a dynamic student body on a modern campus with         An initial fee of R150 is payable on applying for admission to the
       excellent sports, cultural and recreational activities.                 University.
       The University offers a variety of Support Services and other           Tuition fees
       Centres:                                                                Your tuition fee depends on the course you are studying. These are
       •   Academic Development Centre (ADC)                                   the current approximate annual fees without increases for 2010 and
       •   Sports Centre                                                       2011.
       •   Soccer Institute
       •   Gymnasium
       •   Career Centre                                                       Programme                                         Per year
       •   Guidance and Counselling Centre (GCC)
       •   Health Centre                                                        BCom Accounting                                  R13 745
       •   HIV/Aids Office
       •   International Students’ Office                                       BCom Transport Economics                         R14 520
       •   Cultural Office
                                                                                BCom Extended – 4 years                          R14 321
       •   Printing and Copying Service
                                                                                BAdmin                                           R12 100
       Residence life
                                                                                LLB                                              R13 332
       Pleasant accommodation that is conducive to study and where
       students’ self-reliance and penchant for healthy student fun can find    BEd                                              R12 018
       expression, characteries the North-West University’s residences.
                                                                                BSc Biology                                      R14 597
                                                                                BSc Computer Science                             R13 387
                                                                                BSc Agriculture                                  R13 310
                                                                                Diploma in Animal Health                         R12 100
                                                                                BA Social Work                                   R13 376
                                                                                BA Communications                                R16 984
                                                                                BA CTSD (Conservation, Tourism and Sustainable
                                                                                                                               R12 100
                                                                                Development)
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Residence fees

                                   Men’s and Women’s Residence Per annum

                                    On campus residence                R8 000 per annum
                                    (Undergraduate students)
                                    On campus residence                R9 200 per annum
                                    (Postgraduate students)
                                    Gloria Park                        R16 100 per annum
                                    (Flats)

                                   Minimum amount payable on registration
                                   •   The initial amount payable on registration is R4 350, consisting
                                       of a Registration (Enrolment) fee of R850 and an initial deposit of
                                       R3 500 for tuition fees.
                                   •   Students staying in residences will have to pay the minimum
                                       amount of R4 350 as set out above and, in addition, 50% of the
                                       annual residence fees.

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BURSARIES
                                   and LOANS
                                   Annually, the North-West
                                                 North-W    University grants bursaries and loans to
                                   students who qualify.

                                   First-year Academic B  Bursaries
                                   These bursaries are aw awarded automatically to all full-time students
                                   who:
                                   •     Register to study at the NWU for a first degree for the first time
                                         after Grade 12;
                                   •     Obtained an average
                                                       avera of 75% or higher during the Grade 12 final
                                         examination; and
                                   •     The bursary is awa
                                                        awarded according to the prospective student’s true
                                         average obtained.
                                                  obtained This average is calculated by adding the actual
                                         percentages for ssix subjects, Life Orientation excluded, obtained
                                         in the final exam
                                                      exam. NB: The percentage obtained for subjects in
                                         the non designat
                                                  designated subjects is adjusted downwards by 10% for
                                         the purpose of calculating
                                                         ca         merit bursaries. For further information
                                         see the table of ddesignated and non designated subjects under
                                                    require
                                         Admission requirements.

                                   Student’s average                    Merits bursary

                                    90%                                 110% of tuition fees
                                    85%                                 100% of tuition fees
                                    80%                                 75% of tuition fees
                                    75%
                                    75%                                 40% of tuition fees

                                   Enquiries:
                                   Enqu
                                     quiries: Itumeleng NNtshudisane. Tel: 018 299 2372 or
                                   e-mail:  itumeleng.ntshudisane@nwu.ac.za
                                   e-maili: itumeleng.ntsh

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Leadership Bursary                                                             All part-time students receive a grant of 50% of the bursary for the
       This bursary is awarded once only to students who were chairpersons            minimum duration of study, namely 4 years.
       (head boy/head girl) of the representative students’ council during their
       high school career. The bursary amounts to 20% of the tuition fees and         Orphan Bursary
       is awarded once only. Corroborative documents, namely a copy of the            The bursary provides financial support to orphans. After the application
       official testimonial on the school’s letterhead or any other official letter   form and corroborative proof is submitted, they may receive a grant
       from the Headmaster, must accompany the application.                           amounting to 25% of their tuition fees.

       Arts and Culture Bursary                                                       Distance Bursary
       This bursary is awarded to students with exceptional achievements in           Students, whose parental home is further than 150 km from the
       art and culture. The value of awards differ and the evaluation is done         NWU, may apply for a travel bursary annually. The bursary is awarded
       by the Department of Culture.                                                  according to a scale and applies only to students who are studying for
                                                                                      their first degree and who complete it within the minimum prescribed
       Enquiries: Tshimega Pule. Tel: 018 389 2059.                                   period. The value of the bursary is as follows:

       Bursary for Physically Disabled Students                                       Distance                            Award
       Students with a physical disability which impedes their studies and
       who have submitted a medical certificate to confirm their condition,
       may receive an annual bursary amounting to 25% of their tuition fees            150 km to 250 km                    2% of tuition fees
       for the minimum duration of the study.
                                                                                       251 km to 400 km                    3% of tuition fees
       Family Bursary                                                                  401 km to 500 km                    4% of tuition fees
       Full-time and part-time students can apply for this bursary if two or
       more members of the same family are studying at the NWU at the                  501 km to 700 km                    5% of tuition fees
       same time. It is awarded as follows:                                            701 km to 800 km                    6% of tuition fees
                                                                                       801 km to 1000 km                   7% of tuition fees
        Number of family members             Award
                                                                                       1001 km to 1200 km                  8% of tuition fees

        Second student                        15% of tuition fees                      2101 km or further                  9% of tuition fees

        Third student                         20% of tuition fees                     The bursary is not awarded automatically. Students must apply for
        Fourth student                        25% of tuition fees                     it annually.

        Fifth student                         30% of tuition fees                     Enquiries: Itumeleng Ntshudisane 018 389 2372 or
                                                                                      e-mail: itumeleng.ntshudisane@nwu.ac.za

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Sport Bursary                                                                Funza Lushaka Education Bursary
       Enquiries: Rick van Rooyen. Tel: 018 389 2406 or                             The Funza Lushaka Bursary Programme is a multi-year programme that
       e-mail: rick.vanrooyen@nwu.ac.za                                             promotes teaching in public schools.

       NSFAS Bursary-Loan                                                           Full-cost bursaries are available to enable eligible students to complete
       The object of the NSFAS Bursary-Loan scheme is to provide financial          a full teaching qualification in an area of national priority. Recipients
       aid to students who have academic potential but lack the necessary           of these bursaries will be required to teach at a school or provincial
       funds to study.                                                              education department for the same number of years that they receive
                                                                                    the bursary.
       The scheme is available to all full-time undergraduates who fulfill the
       following requirements:                                                      Qualified recipients of bursaries can apply for appropriate public
       •    The student must be a South African citizen;                            school positions with the provincial education department (PED) of
       •    The student must study the minimum number of prescribed                 their choice.
            course units per year;
       •    Register for a first undergraduate course;                              What are the priority areas?
       •    The student must have the necessary potential and make                  •  Foundation Phase (Grades R-3): Foundation phase specialisation.
            satisfactory progress – that is, pass at least percent (60%) of the     •  Intermediate and Senior Phase (Grades 4-9): A teaching major in
            prescribed minimum course units;                                           one (1) of the following: African Languages; English Language;
       •    The student must be in financial need, that is, have no or very few        Mathematics; Natural Science and Technology.
            financial resources and is therefore dependent on NSFAS;                •  FET Phase (Grades 11-12): A teaching major in one (1) of the
       •    The student or his/her parents must pay the minimum required               following: African Languages; English Language; Mathematics;
            fees at the beginning of each study year;                                  Mathematical Literacy; Agricultural Sciences; Life Sciences; Physical
       •    The amount granted is determined in terms of the tuition and               Science; Agricultural, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Information
            residential fees payable to the tertiary institution. Any credit that      Technology, Computer Applications Technology; Engineering
            is available can be used to buy prescribed books; and                      Graphics and Design.
       •    Closing date for NSFAS Bursary-Loans: Prospective students –
            30 November, senior students – 15 October.                              Enquiries: Thabang Matabane. Tel: 018 389 2330 or
                                                                                    e-mail: thabang.matabane@nwu.ac.za
       Enquiries: Thabang Matabane. Tel: 018 389 2330 or
       e-mail: thabang.matabane@nwu.ac.za

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ADMISSION
       requirements
       To obtain your grade 12 certificate, a candidate must have seven (7)
       subjects in his or her matric year. Four (4) are compulsory subjects:
       One (1) official language at the level of Home Language and one (1)
       language as First Additional Language, Life Orientation, Mathematics orr
       Mathematical Literacy and three (3) further choice subjects.

       The minimum admission requirements for degree study at any universityy
       (the old matric exemption, now known as university admission) is a
       performance level of 4 (50-59%) in at least four (4) subjects from thee
       designated group of subjects (see list below).

       Designated subject list for University admission
       •   Business Studies
       •   Dramatic Art
       •   Economy
       •   Physical Sciences (Natural Sciences)
       •   Geography
       •   History
       •   Religious Studies
       •   Engineering Graphics and Design
       •   Information Technology
       •   Agricultural Science
       •   Life Sciences
       •   Music
       •   Accounting
       •   Languages (One (1) language of learning and teaching as used att
           higher education)
       •   Consumer Studies
       •   Visual Art
       •   Mathematics
       •   Mathematical Literacy

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You need at least four (4) subjects from the list above at level 4        The following selection table is used for determining the APS score:
       (50-59%). Secondly, you must comply with the APS score and admission      (Conversion of symbols of school subjects)
       requirements for the study course involved.
                                                                                 NSC-level                           APS score
       Determining the APS score
       •   The performance in six (6) subjects is used to calculate the APS
           score. Four (4) of the subjects are from the designated list (as      7 (80-100%)                         7
           needed for university admission). If the two (2) other subjects are   6 (70-79%)                          6
           not from the list (thus from the ordinary NSC subject list) it is
                                                                                 5 (60-69%)                          5
           taken into account.
       •   The APS mark obtained in Life Orientation is not taken into           4 (50-59%)                          4
           account when calculating the APS score, but to attain a National      3 (40-49%)                          3
           Senior Certificate (NSC), a learner must acquire a scale mark of      2 (30-39%)                          2
           three (3) in Life Orientation.
       •   For the Potchefstroom Campus of the NWU, the following                1 (0-29%)                           1
           Language requirements have been set: A pass mark of level 4
           (50-59%) in the language of learning and teaching at Home
           Language or First Additional Language level. Therefore if
                                                                                 An example of how to determine the APS score. (This is only an
           Afrikaans is your home language level language and English your
                                                                                 example. Apply your own subjects and marks to the example.)
           first additional language, you must attain this performance in at
           least one (1) of the two (2).
                                                                                 Setswana Home Language (from designated list)                    4
       •   For more information on provisional university admission, contact
                                                                                 English First Additional Language (from designated list)         4
           012 481 2921 or visit www.sauvca.org.za
                                                                                 Mathematical Literacy (from designated list)                     6
                                                                                 Consumer Studies (from designated list)                          6
                                                                                 Design (NSC subject)                                             6
                                                                                 Computer Application Technology (NSC subject                     5
                                                                                 APS score                                                        31

                                                                                 Now compare it with the requirements in this study information guide
                                                                                 to determine whether you qualify for admission.

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STUDY
                                        INFORMATION
                                    Mafikeng Campus

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FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

        Degree/Diploma      Field of study                               Duration   Admission requirements              APS   Cost (approximate
                                                                                                                              tuition fee only)
        Diploma             • Animal Science                             3          • English Level 3                   15    R12 000
        Agriculture         • Crop Science                                          • Mathematical Literacy Level 3
        Diploma             • Animal Health                              3          • English Level 3                   15    R12 000
        Agriculture                                                                 • Mathematics Level 2
        Extended BSc        •   Applied Mathematics – Computer Science   3          •   English Level 3                 15    R13 500
                            •   Applied Mathematics – Mathematics                   •   Mathematical Literacy Level 3
                            •   Biology – Chemistry                                 •   Science subject Level 3
                            •   Chemistry – Physics                                 •   Selection test
                            •   Computer Science – Electronics
                            •   Computer Science – Mathematics
                            •   Electronics – Mathematics
                            •   Mathematics – Physics
                            •   Mathematics – Statistics
        BSc                 Statistics – Mathematics                     3          • English Level 4                   20    R14 500
                                                                                    • Mathematics Level 4
                                                                                    • Physical Science Level 4
        BSc                 Applied Mathematics                          3          • English Level 4                   20    R14 500
                            • Applied Maths – Chemistry                             • Mathematics Level 4
                            • Applied Maths – Computer Science                      • Physical Science Level 4
                            • Applied Maths – Electronics
                            • Applied Maths – Mathematics
        BSc                 Biology                                      3          • English Level 4                   20    R14 500
                            • Biology – Chemistry                                   • Mathematics Level 4
                            • Biology – Geography                                   • Physical Science Level 4
                            • Biology – Psychology
        BSc                 Chemistry                                    3          • English Level 4                   20    R14 500
                            • Chemistry – Computer Science                          • Mathematics Level 4
                            • Chemistry – Electronics                               • Physical Science Level 4
                            • Chemistry – Phisics
                            • Chemistry – Mathematics
        BSc                 Electronics                                  3          • English Level 4                   20    R14 500
                            • Electronics – Computer Science                        • Mathematics Level 4
                            • Electronics – Physics                                 • Physical Science Level 4
        BSc                 Geography                                    3          • English Level 4                   20    R14 500
                            • Geography – Chemistry                                 • Mathematics Level 4
                                                                                    • Physical Science Level 4

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Degree/Diploma          Field of study                     Duration   Admission requirements                            APS    Cost (approximate
                                                                                                                                       tuition fee only)
        BSc                     Mathematics                        3          • English Level 4                                 20     R14 500
                                • Mathematics – Physics                       • Mathematics Level 4
                                                                              • Physical Science Level 4
        BSc                     Physics                            3          • English Level 4                                 20     R14 500
                                • Physics – Applied Mathematics               • Mathematics Level 4
                                                                              • Physical Science Level 4
        BSc                     Computer Science                   3          • English Level 4                                 20     R14 500
                                • Computer Science – Electronics              • Mathematics Level 4
                                • Computer Science – Geography                • Physical Science Level 4
                                • Computer Science – Physics
        BSc in Agriculture      Agricultural Economics             3          •   English Level 4                               20     R14 500
                                                                              •   Mathematics Level 3 or
                                                                              •   Mathematical Literacy Level 4
                                                                              •   Physical Science Level 4
        BSc in Agriculture      Animal Health                      3          •   English Level 4                               20     R14 500
                                                                              •   Mathematics Level 3 or
                                                                              •   Mathematical Literacy Level 4
                                                                              •   Physical Science Level 4
        BSc in Agriculture      Animal Science                     3          •   English Level 4                               20     R14 500
                                                                              •   Mathematics Level 3 or
                                                                              •   Mathematical Literacy Level 4
                                                                              •   Physical Science Level 4
        BSc in Agriculture      Crop Science                       3          •   English Level 4                               20     R14 500
                                                                              •   Mathematics Level 3 or
                                                                              •   Mathematical Literacy Level 4
                                                                              •   Physical Science Level 4
        BA of Nursing           Nursing                            3          • Professional nurses only                        None   R13 500
                                • Management                                  • Diploma in General Nursing
                                • Nursing
        BA of Nursing Science   Nursing Science                    3          • English Level 4                                 20     R13 500
                                                                              • Mathematical Literacy and Physical Science or
                                                                              • Life Science Level 4

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FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND ADMINISTRATION

        Degree/Diploma      Field of study                                            Duration   Admission requirements            APS   Cost (approximate
                                                                                                                                         tuition fee only)
        Extended BCom       • BCom CA stream                                          4          • English Level 3                 15    R14 000
                                                                                                 • Mathematics Level 3
        Extended BCom       •   BCom Financial Accounting                             4          • English Level 3                 15    R14 000
                            •   Economics                                                        • Mathematical Literacy Level 3
                            •   Information Systems                                              • Selection test
                            •   Marketing Management
                            •   Statistics
        BAdmin              •   Economics                                             3          • English Level 4                 20    R14 000
                            •   Human Resource Management                                        • Mathematics Level 3 or
                            •   Local Government and Development                                 • Mathematical Literacy Level 4
                            •   Industrial Psychology
                            •   Political Studies and International Relations
                            •   Public Administrations
        BCom                •   Economics                                             3          • English Level 4                 21
                            •   Logistics Management                                             • Mathematics Level 3 or
                            •   Human Resource Management and Industrial Psychology              • Mathematical Literacy Level 4
                            •   Transport Economics
                            •   Information Systems
                            •   Management
                            •   Statistics
                            •   Operations Research
                            •   Marketing Management
        BCom                • Financial Accounting                                    3          • English Level 4                 24
                                                                                                 • Mathematics Level 4
        BCom                • Chartered Accountancy                                   3          • English Level 4                 26
                            • Management Accountancy                                             • Mathematics Level 3
                                                                                                 • Selection test

        FACULTY OF EDUCATION

        Degree/Diploma      Field of study                                            Duration   Admission requirements            APS   Cost (approximate
                                                                                                                                         tuition fee only)
        BEd                 Foundation Phase                                          4          • English Level 4                 19    R12 000
        BEd                 Intermediate Phase and Senior Phase                       4          • English Level 4                 19    R12 000

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Degree/Diploma      Field of study                                      Duration   Admission requirements   APS   Cost (approximate
                                                                                                                          tuition fee only)
        BEd                 Senior and Further Education and Training           4          • English Level 4        19    R12 000
                            • Science and Agriculture
                            • Human and Social Science
                            • Economic and Management Science

        FACULTY OF HUMAN AND SOCIAL SCIENCE

        Degree/Diploma      Field of study                                      Duration   Admission requirements   APS   Cost (approximate
                                                                                                                          tuition fee only)
        BA                  Communications                                      3          • English Level 4        20    R17 000
                            • Broadcast
                            • Journalism
                            • Public Relations, Marketing and Advertising
        BA                  Conservation, Tourism and Sustainable Development   3          • English Level 4        20    R12 000
        BA                  Industrial Sociology                                3          • English Level 4        20    R12 000
        BA                  Social Work                                         3          • English Level 4        20    R12 000
        BA                  Indigenous Knowledge Systems                        3          • English Level 4        20    R12 000
        BA                  Land Reform and Rural Development                   3          • English Level 4        20    R12 000
        BA                  Peace Studies and International Relations           3          • English Level 4        20    R12 000
        B Soc Science       Social Science                                      3          • English Level 4        20    R12 000
                            • International Relations
                            • Political Science
                            • Population Studies
                            • Sociology
                            • Psychology
                            • Development Studies

        FACULTY OF LAW

        Degree/Diploma      Field of study                                      Duration   Admission requirements   APS   Cost (approximate
                                                                                                                          tuition fee only)
        LLB                 Law                                                 4          • English Level 4        21    R13 500

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A LEADING
                                            UNIVERSITY
                                        •   The university who best promoted multi-linguism and
                                            nation building in South Africa.
                                            * As awarded by Pan-South African National Language Board, 2008.

                                        •   The best governed university in South Africa.
                                            * As awarded by PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2007, 2008.

                                        •   The most innovative higher education institution
                                            in South Africa.
                                            * As awarded by Innovation Fund of the Department
                                            of Science and Technology, 2008.

                                        Campuses in Potchefstroom, Vaal Triangle
                                        and Mafikeng.

                                                                                       NORTH-WEST UNIVERSITY
                                                                                       YUNIBESITI YA BOKONE-BOPHIRIMA
                                                                                       NOORDWES-UNIVERSITEIT
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