The University of the Free State (UFS) Fees Structure 2022/2023 for all New and Returning Students is published. All New & Old Students are expected to check the Fees Structure. See UFS Fees Structure for Undergraduate and Postgraduate below.
The Management of University of the Free State (UFS) has released the Fees Structure for 2022/2023 Academic Sessions. Fees vary based on the programme You are Undertaking.
University of the Free State (UFS) Fees Structure 2022/2023 for All Courses
Here is how to UFS Fees Structure is been Schedules:
Student fees are broken down as follows:
- Application fees
- Acceptance deposit
- Tuition fees
- Accommodation fees
- Miscellaneous fees and levies
Students at UFS pay tuition fees for every course taken. These tuition fees vary from course to course and cover:
- all charges for classes, tutorials and laboratories
- ordinary university examinations
- library access
- compulsory personal accident insurance
- the use of general sporting facilities
- in the case of medical students, hospital fees for clinical instruction.
Official University of the Free State (UFS) Fees Structure 2022/2023
This is to informed all student of University of the Free State that Fees Structure for newly admitted students for this 2022/2023 academic year as provided here could change anytime as desired by the management of the Institution, though students would be informed prior to the proposed change, however, the figures posted here can simply be used to make an informed decision as regards making your budget for tuition fee for this current admission year.
An annual international administration fee is payable by all international students. This fee is additional to the annual registration fee payable by all students at the UFS, it is non-refundable and expires at 31 December of each year.
International students from SADC countries pay the same tuition fees as South African students. However, students from NON-SADC countries will pay 50% more per module on their tuition fees.
All international students (those who are not South African citizens or who do not have permanent residence status in South Africa) are required by the Department of Home Affairs to pay the full tuition fee for the academic year prior to registration.
International students will not be registered for programmes if fees are not paid in full (or have evidence of sponsorship).
Accommodation fees in UFS residences are also payable prior to registration.
The required fees must be paid into the student’s accounts at least five work days prior to registration. A student’s registration will only become official once all the required fees have been paid, courses and personal particulars for the year at the UFS have been confirmed and an official invoice/proof of registration has been issued.
Undergraduate student fees vary according to subjects enrolled for in a given year, whilst postgraduate students pay a set fee.
Unfortunately the University does not offer financial support (bursaries, loans) to international students. It is therefore important to ensure that you have sufficient financial resources for the planned duration of your studies.
It is possible to transfer funds directly to the UFS:
Contact: Tuition Department
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