Stellenbosch University Registration Dates 2022

By | April 4, 2021

Stellenbosch University Online Registration 2022 will take place in January, with some Master’s and doctoral programmes permitting second semester registrations in July of the academic year. 

General Registration Dates

  • 18 January – 31 March 2021: Registrationfor master’s and doctoral students (Earlier registration and closing dates apply to certain honours, postgraduate diploma and structured master’s programmes. Confirm with programme coordinators.)
  • 25 January 2021: Start of online registration for undergraduate senior and postgraduate students, excluding master’s and doctoral students (see above)
  • 1 March 2021: Start of online registration for newcomer first-year undergraduate students
  • 11 March 2021: Conclusion of registration for all undergraduate students (excluding master’s and doctoral students, as well as students from Medicine and Health Sciences)
  • 26 March 2021: Final day for late registration for undergraduate students. All students attending lectures must finalise their registration within two weeks of the commencement of their lectures.
  • 31 March 2021:  Final day for registration for new Master’s (Research only) and D students

Honours, Postgraduate Diploma and Structured Master’s students

Postgraduate programme lectures commence on different dates from late January to mid-March. Postgraduate students who are enrolling for Honours, Postgraduate Diplomas and structured Master’s programmes must register in time to start lectures. Your postgraduate programme coordinator will have communicated your start date to you when you were admitted. All postgraduate students attending lectures must finalise their registration within two weeks of the commencement of their lectures. 

All new postgraduate students must formally register in accordance with the University’s official programme of registration (unless their programme starts earlier in which case, they must make use of online self-registration (if available), email registration or in-person registration – see guidelines further on). 

Registration of Master’s (research only) and doctoral students

Master’s (Research only) and doctoral students registering for the first time may normally register up to 31 March of the current academic year. 

Assisted Registration Dates and Timeslots – New First-Year Undergraduate Students on the Stellenbosch Campus (Note: This information is subject to the prevailing Covid-19 related conditions and applicable regulations.)​

FacultyProgrammeDateTime
EducationAll programmes8 March08:00 – 09:00
EngineeringAll programmes8 March08:30 – 09:30
LawLLB, BCom (Law), BAccLLB, BA (Law)8 March09:00 – 10:30
TheologyAll programmes8 March10:30 – 11:30
AgriSciencesAll programmes8 March10:30 – 11:30
ScienceAll programmes8 March13:30 – 15:00
Economic and Management SciencesBAcc, BCom (all programmes, including EDP)8 March14:30 – 16:00
Arts and Social SciencesAll programmes9 March08:30 – 11:00

Please see the specific registration details for the Tygerberg Campus HERE.

Assisted Registration Dates and Timeslots – Senior / Returning Students on the Stellenbosch Campus (Note: This information is subject to the prevailing Covid-19 related conditions and applicable regulations.)

FacultyProgrammeDateTime
Economic and Management SciencesBCom (Law)BAccLLB 9 March 14:00 – 15:00
BAccBCom (Management Accounting, Financial Accounting)The same registration schedule applies to EDP students.11 March08:00 – 09:30
BComBCom (Actuarial Science, Economic Sciences, Industrial Psychology, International Business, Management Science, Mathematical Sciences)The same registration schedule applies to EDP students.11 March09:00 – 11:30
All postgraduate diplomas, honours and master’s programmes11 March10:00 – 11:30
EngineeringStudents must make use of e-registration.Only students with problems may register in NARGA during this timeslot.9 March14:00 – 15:00
Arts and Social SciencesBA (Law)9 March14:00 – 15:00
BA (Humanities)BA (Social Dynamics)BA (Language and Culture)BA (Socio-Informatics)BA (Development and Environment)BA (Political, Philosophical and Economic Studies – PPE)B in Social WorkBA (International Studies)BA (Human Resource Management)All honours and master’s programmesAll postgraduate diplomasThe same registration schedule applies to EDP students.10 March08:00 – 10:30
MusicBA (Sport Science)BA in Visual ArtsBA (Drama and Theatre Studies)10 March08:00 – 11:0010:30 – 11:0010:30 – 11:0010:30 – 11:00
LawLLBLLMLLDPostgraduate diplomas9 March14:00 – 15:00
EducationPGCEAdvanced Diploma in EducationBEd (General Education)All other postgraduate programmes10 March14:00 – 15:30
AgriSciencesBScAgric (all programmes and EDP)BSc in Food Science (all programmes)BAgricAdminAll postgraduate diplomas and honours, master’s and doctoral programmes in AgricultureBSc in Forestry (Forestry and Wood Science) and EDPHonours, master’s and doctoral programmes in ForestryBSc in Conservation Ecology10 March14:00 – 15:30
ScienceBSc (all programmes and EDP)Honours and master’s programmes11 March14:00 – 16:00
TheologyBTh (including EDP)BDivMDivMThMPhilDoctoral studies, postgraduate diplomas10 March08:00 – 15:30

Please note that the above schedules are conditional and assumes that the current COVID-19 regulations will not change or become more restrictive, and no changes may become necessary to mitigate any associated risks. 

Please see the specific registration details for the Tygerberg Campus HERE

COVID-19 Protocol for Assisted Registration

  • The wearing of a mask is compulsory at all times in any of the buildings.
  • Only students will be allowed in the registration venues – no parents or friends.
  • All students will be required to complete the Higher Health Check and produce a copy of the outcome at the door. Please take a screenshot of your screening status outcome and have it ready upon arrival at the venue. The application can be accessed via the following options:
  • Higher Health Check tool: https://healthcheck.higherhealth.ac.za
  • WhatsApp: 0600 11 0000
  • Dialling: *134*832*2#
  • To enter the venue, a green/ low-risk status is required. Students with any other status will not be allowed to enter the building.
  • You are requested to keep a safe physical distance of 1.5m at all times.
  • We respectfully request students to leave the building as quickly as possible after the consultation session.
  • Tygerberg Campus – It is compulsory for students and staff of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences to use the self-developed PowerApps Daily Monitoring Tool for access at any of the Tygerberg Campus SU buildings, including residences and other accommodation as well as to university transport to clinical sites. You can access the tool in this registration notice HERE.
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