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MISSION STATEMENT

UCT aspires to become a premier academic meeting point between South Africa, the rest of Africa and the world. Taking
advantage of expanding global networks and our distinct vantage point in Africa, we are committed, through innovative
research and scholarship, to grapple with the key issues of our natural and social worlds. We aim to produce graduates
whose qualifications are internationally recognised and locally applicable, underpinned by values of engaged citizenship
and social justice. UCT will promote diversity and transformation within our institution and beyond, including growing the
next generation of academics.
Foundation statement underpinning the mission statement
Our research-led identity is shaped by a commitment to:
• academic freedom as the prerequisite to fostering intellectual debate and free inquiry;
• ensuring that research informs all our activities including teaching, learning and service to the community;
• advancing and disseminating knowledge that addresses the key challenges facing society - South African,
continental and global;
• protecting curiosity driven research;
• nurturing and valuing creativity in the sciences and arts including the performing and creative arts;
• stimulating international linkages of researchers and research groupings.

We strive to provide a superior quality educational experience for undergraduate and postgraduate students through:

• providing an intellectually and socially stimulating environment;


• inspired and dedicated teaching and learning;
• exposure to the excitement of creating new knowledge;
• stimulating the love of lifelong learning;
• the cultivation of competencies for global citizenship;
• supporting programmes that stimulate the social consciousness of students;
• offering access to courses outside the conventional curricula;
• attracting a culturally and internationally diverse community of scholars;
• guaranteeing internationally competitive qualifications;
• offering a rich array of social, cultural, sporting and leadership opportunities;
• providing an enabling physical and operational environment.
In advancing UCT as an Afropolitan university, we will

• expand our expertise on Africa and offer it to the world;


• extend our networks on the continent, along with our global connections and partnerships;
• promote student and staff exchanges and collaborative research and postgraduate programmes;
• engage critically with Africa's intellectuals and world views in teaching and research
• contribute to strengthening higher education on our continent.
We strive to provide an environment for our diverse student and staff community that:

• promotes a more equitable and non-racial society;


• supports redress in regard to past injustices;
• is affirming and inclusive of all staff and students and promotes diversity in demographics, skills and
backgrounds;
• offers individual development opportunities to all staff;
• is welcoming as a meeting space for scholars from Africa and around the world.
UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN

STUDENT FEES
2011
Postal University of Cape Town
Address: Private Bag X3
7701, RONDEBOSCH

All correspondence on fees should be addressed to the


Executive Director of Finance. Please quote your student
number in all correspondence

E Mail: fnd-fees@uct.ac.za

Fax: +27 21 650-4768

Website: http://www.uct.ac.za/apply/fees

Telephones: General Enquiries +27 21 650-9111


Accounts and Fees +27 21 650-1704

Fee Enquiry Mondays to Fridays 09h00 - 15h30


and Cashiers Thursdays 09h30 - 15h30
Office Hours:
Student Self Only available to registered students:
Service: http://studentsonline.uct.ac.za
This handbook is part of a series that consists of
Book 1: Information for applicants for undergraduate degrees and diplomas
Book 2: Authorities and information of record
Book 3: General rules and policies
Book 4: Academic calendar and meetings
Book 5: Student support and services
Books 6-11: Handbooks of the Faculties of Commerce, Engineering and the Built
Environment, Health Sciences, Humanities, Law, Science
Book 12: Student fees
Book 13: Financial assistance for undergraduate students
Book 14: Financial assistance for postgraduate students
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CONTENTS
1. TERMS OF PAYMENT........................................................................................... 1
1.1 Tuition Fees ................................................................................................................ 1
1.2 Residence Fees ........................................................................................................... 3
1.3 Method of Payment..................................................................................................... 3
1.4 Payments Received ..................................................................................................... 4
1.5 Outstanding Fees ........................................................................................................ 4
2. ACADEMIC FEES .................................................................................................. 5
2.1 Typical 1st Year Tuition Fees ...................................................................................... 5
2.2 Notice to Leave: Withdrawal of Registration (UCT & GSB students) ........................ 6
2.3 Drop an Individual Course .......................................................................................... 7
2.4 Add an Individual Course ........................................................................................... 8
2.5 Undergraduate Students Wishing to Take Additional Courses ................................... 8
2.6 Surcharge on Academic Fees ...................................................................................... 8
3. OTHER FEES AND LEVIES .................................................................................. 9
3.1 Sports Clubs and Societies .......................................................................................... 9
3.2 Supplementary or Deferred Examinations .................................................................. 9
3.3 Ordinary Examinations without Re-attendance at Course ........................................... 9
3.4 Credit and/or Exemption ............................................................................................. 9
3.5 Fee for Checking of Examination Results ................................................................... 9
3.6 Duplicate Degree and Diploma Certificates ................................................................ 10
3.7 Fee for Academic Records .......................................................................................... 10
3.8 Verification of Academic Record ............................................................................... 10
3.9 Verification of Past Training in Faculty of Health Sciences ...................................... 10
3.10 Fee for Replacement Student Identity/Access Control Card ....................................... 11
3.11 Late Registration Fee .................................................................................................. 11
3.12 Late Changes of Curriculum ....................................................................................... 11
3.13 Student Wellness Services .......................................................................................... 12
3.14 Parking Tokens ........................................................................................................... 12
3.15 Incidental Charges ...................................................................................................... 12
4. INFORMATION FOR SPONSORS........................................................................ 13
5. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS............................................................................. 14
5.1 Semester Study Abroad (SSA) Programmes ............................................................... 14
5.2 Students on Centralised Academic Programmes/Exchanges ....................................... 14
5.3 International Occasional Students ............................................................................... 15
5.4 International Affiliates ................................................................................................ 15
5.5 International Students who intend to study for a full South African
Degree/Diploma/Honours ........................................................................................... 15
5.5.1 Undergraduate Degrees ............................................................................................... 15
5.5.2 Honours Degrees ........................................................................................................ 15
5.5.3 Postgraduate Diplomas and Undergraduate Diplomas ................................................ 16
5.5.4 Masters Programmes................................................................................................... 16
5.5.5 Doctoral (PhD) Degrees .............................................................................................. 16
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5.6 Programmes Offered by the Graduate School of Business.......................................... 16


5.6.1 PDBA (Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration) ....................................... 16
5.6.2 MBA (Masters of Business Administration) ............................................................... 16
5.6.3 EMBA (Executive Masters of Business Administration) ............................................ 17
5.7 International Postgraduate Academic Scholarships .................................................... 17
5.8 Residence Fees ........................................................................................................... 17
5.9 Cancellation Policy International Fees ........................................................................ 17

6. VISITING POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS AFFILIATED TO UCT ................. 18

7. STUDENTS REGISTERING FOR RESEACH MASTERS OR PHD ................. 19

8. SUBMISSION OF DOCTORAL THESES AND MASTERS


DISSERTATIONS .................................................................................................... 19

9. DOCTORATES ........................................................................................................ 19

10. GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ................................................................. 20


10.1 MBA (Masters of Business Administration) ............................................................... 20
10.2 EMBA (Executive Masters of Business Administration) ............................................ 20
10.3 AIM (Associate in Management)................................................................................ 20
10.4 PDBA: Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration (Post work experience) ... 21
10.5 PGDip: Wine Business Management Programme (Management Practice) ................. 21
10.6 Corporate Learning Programme ................................................................................. 21
10.7 GSB: Master of Commerce (Management Practice) .................................................. 21
10.8 GSB: Master of Philosophy (Management Practice) .................................................. 21
10.9 GSB: Doctoral Studies (Management Practice) ......................................................... 21

11. UCT ACADEMIC FEES.......................................................................................... 22


11.1 Typical 1st Year Tuition Fees ...................................................................................... 22
11.2 Faculty of Commerce ................................................................................................. 23
11.3 Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment ...................................................... 25
11.4 Faculty of Health Sciences.......................................................................................... 27
11.5 Faculty of Humanities ................................................................................................ 29
11.6 Faculty of Law ............................................................................................................ 31
11.7 Faculty of Science ..................................................................................................... 31

12. UCT ACADEMIC COURSES ................................................................................. 32

13. RESIDENCES........................................................................................................... 105


13.1 Terms of Payment ....................................................................................................... 105
13.2 Withdrawal from Student Accommodation after the start of the Academic Year ...... 105
13.3 Residence Fees and Occupancy .................................................................................. 107
A. First Tier (Catering) Accommodation .................................................................... 107
B. Second Tier (Catering) Accommodation ................................................................ 108
C. Second Tier (Self Catering) Accommodation ........................................................ 109
D. Third Tier (Self Catering) Accommodation ........................................................... 109

M65 PAYMENT FORM


CREDIT CARD FORM
The University has made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information in its handbooks.
However, we reserve the right at any time, if circumstances dictate, to

(i) make alterations or changes to any of the published details of the opportunities on offer; or
(ii) add to or withdraw any of the opportunities on offer.

Our students are given every assurance that changes to opportunities will only be made under
compelling circumstances and students will be fully informed as soon as possible.
TERMS OF PAYMENT 1

FEES
Fees are determined by Council from time to time and are subject to revision without notice.

1. TERMS OF PAYMENT
A registered student (or legal guardian) is personally liable for all tuition and
accommodation fees, notwithstanding any pledges of support or bursary that they may
have received.
It should be noted that the contract which forms part of the application form for
admission to the University of Cape Town and which to that end was signed by the
student and/or their legal guardian, legally binds those parties to pay the full tuition and
accommodation fees for a particular year of registration as determined by the University.
This liability is not affected nor reduced through ignorance on the part of the
student/guardian regarding the rules and regulations of the University of Cape Town or
of the validity of his/her registration in terms of the said rules and regulations.
Since a student’s fee account is based on his/her academic record and accommodation
choices, it is their responsibility to verify the correctness of this information.

1.1 Tuition Fees


Students will be charged for all academic courses for which they
register.
Initial payment is due on or before 4 February 2011
We do not issue detailed statements of account prior to the initial payment date. It is
therefore the responsibility of the student to pay the initial payment as set out below
by the due date.
1.1.1 Each student must make a first payment of academic fees, as follows, by 4 February
2011, subject to a late payment fee of 10%. This includes students who intend
registering after the payment date, for example postgraduate students.
For the first payment of residence fees, refer to 13.1, page 105.
ALL STUDENTS FROM OUTSIDE SOUTH AFRICA AND OTHER SADC COUNTRIES SHOULD REFER
TO FEES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS, Section 5, page 14 and point (f) below.
(a) All students for programmes not listed below ................................... R 14 500
(b) MBA - Full-time local students
(1st payment due prior to 28 January 2011)............................................ R 63 000
MBA - Modular 1st year (1st payment due prior to 28 January 2011)..... R 31 500
MBA - Modular 2nd year
(1st payment due prior to 25 February 2011).......................................... R 31 500
MBA - Full-time international students
(Full fees due prior to 28 January 2011) ......................................... ZAR 290 000
MBA – Modular international students
(Full fees due prior to 28 January 2011) ......................................... ZAR 145 000
Executive MBA 1st year (Full fees due by 7 March 2011) ..................... R 95 000
Executive MBA 2nd year (Full fees due by 7 February 2011) ................ R 86 300
Executive MBA - Full-time international students
(1st payment due prior to 1 March 2011) ........................................ ZAR 230 000
AIM (modular) (1st payment due prior to registration) ......................... R13 500
Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice.
(1st payment due prior to registration).................................................... R 19 500
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Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration - Full-time


international students (Full fees due prior to 28 January 2011).............. R 85 000
(c) Full fee if total annual fee is less than R 14 500
(d) Legal Practice students must pay the full fee of R 9 200 on registration or by 4
February 2011, whichever date occurs first.
(e) Students from SADC countries and non-South African students who do not have
permanent residence but pay local fees, must pay the minimum initial fee for
academic and residence fees prior to registration or by 4 February 2011,
whichever date occurs first. Allow 7 days for payment to appear in UCT
bank account to avoid delays in registration clearance being granted.
(f) All UCT full-time international fee paying students for
programmes not listed below (payable prior to registration) ................. R 55 000
Masters full-time international fee paying students
(payment due prior to registration) ....................................................... R 35 000
PhD full-time international fee paying students
(payable prior to registration) ............................................................... R 33 680
The University of Cape Town does not accept responsibility for incorrect addresses or
postal service deficiencies resulting in statements of account not being received. It is the
responsibility of the student to make enquiries should he/she not receive any statement of
account. The fact that no statement of account has been received will not be accepted as a
reason for failure to pay the university fees by due date

1.1.2 Where a student has applied to the bank for a student loan, the initial payment deadline
will be extended until 31 March 2011, provided that the Fees Office receives a
confirmation letter from the bank. No further extensions will be granted.
1.1.3 Final payment must be made by 30 June 2011.
Payment of the balance of fees is due on 30 June 2011. We send out detailed statements
of account every month from March onwards.

1.1.4 Interest is charged on overdue accounts at 1% per month.

1.1.5 Where a student registers for the first time in the second semester of an academic year,
the full fees are payable on registration or by 31 July, whichever date occurs last.

1.1.6 Where a student adds one or more courses at the start of the second semester of an
academic year, the fees in respect thereof are due immediately and payable within 30
days of registration. Interest is charged on overdue accounts at 1% per month.

1.1.7 For fee purposes the same rules and conditions apply to a student who is provisionally
registered at the University of Cape Town as for a registered student.

1.1.8 All fees due to the University are a first charge on any scholarship, bursary or loan
granted by the University or paid to the University from other sources for the benefit of
the student. If the total of bursaries/scholarships exceeds fees due, the balance may be
drawn by the student in two equal instalments after 14 March and 31 July, if the
University has received payment of the bursary and the refund is agreed to by the
sponsor.
1.1.9 A student to whom an advance is to be made, or to whom residual funds are to be
disbursed, is required to capture his/her banking details on the PeopleSoft Student System
via the Student Portal URL: http://studentsonline.uct.ac.za.

Payments are only made by electronic funds transfer and cannot be processed unless bank
details have been entered. Students need to keep these current to avoid delays and
payments being processed to incorrect bank accounts.
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1.1.10 A student who has a credit balance on his/her fee account as a result of an external
payment, will not be refunded until at least 14 days have elapsed from the credit of the
payment to his/her fee account

1.1.11 Student identity cards must be produced at the Fees Office when withdrawals or refunds
from fees accounts are requested.

1.1.12 Any case which may not be provided for in these rules will be subject to the ruling of the
Council.

1.2 Residence Fees


Students who will be entering UCT student accommodation should refer to Section 13 of
this handbook, page 105.

1.3 Method of Payment


When making payment the student number must be used as the reference to ensure
prompt credit of payment to the student fees account.

Direct Deposits/Internet Transfers/Cash Payments can be made into the University's


bank account at Standard Bank, Rondebosch; Branch Code 025009, Account
Number 27 068 9982. The student number must be used as the reference.

Direct Deposits can also be made at any branch of Standard Bank using the M65 form
which can be found at the bottom of UCT correspondence and at the back of this booklet.

Credit card payments can be made at the Cashiers Office by the card-holder; on-line
directly to the student fee account via the UCT website URL: http://payonline.uct.ac.za,
or by completing the Credit Card form and faxing it to the Cashiers Office: +27 21 650
5093. Forms can be obtained from the Cashiers or Fees Office, the back of the Student
Fees Booklet or from our website.

Debit card payments may be made but only at the Cashiers Office by the card holder as
the card holder must enter her/his PIN when authorising the transaction.

Cash payments to a maximum of R1 500 will be accepted at the Cashiers Office.

Cheques should be crossed and made payable to the "University of Cape Town" and the
student name and number written on the back of the cheque.

Post-dated cheques will not be accepted and will be returned to the drawer.

A R150 administration fee will be charged on all unpaid cheques.

Where payment is being made for students from outside the rand currency area, payment
must be made by telegraphic transfer into the University's bank account at Standard
Bank, Rondebosch; Branch Code 025009, Account Number 27 068 9982, Swift
address SBZA ZAJJ. Students paying International fees should consult the
International Office (see Section 5, page 14).

Students should allow 7 working days for such foreign payments to reach the UCT bank
account. Clearance will only be given when payment has been received.
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A copy of the deposit slip/transfer form should be faxed to the Fees Office, University of
Cape Town, +27 21 650-4768 to assist with the timeous allocation of payments to the
appropriate fees account.

1.4 Payments Received


All payments received will be applied in the first instance to any amount outstanding
from the previous financial year. Thereafter payments made will be applied against
current year debt in the following order:
Tuition charges,
Residence and meal charges,
External Bursars Allowances,
Finance administration and miscellaneous charges.

1.5 Outstanding Fees


Students with outstanding balances on their fees account:

(a) will not be permitted to graduate;


(b) will not receive their examination results;
(c) will not receive an academic transcript;
(d) will not be permitted to re-register in the following year;
(e) will not be permitted to register for Summer Term programmes;
(f) will have any offer of a place in residence cancelled on 21 January 2011 if
outstanding fees are not paid by 13 January 2011.
(g) will not have any subsequent application processed until debt has been settled in
full.

1.5.1 Students who have outstanding fees, fines, interest or dues will not be awarded degrees or
diplomas in:
(i) June, if any amount is unpaid by 30 April 2011
(ii) December, if any amount is unpaid by 31 October 2011

1.5.2 We charge interest monthly on outstanding balances at 1%. Where the final fee payment
date is 30 June, interest is charged on outstanding balances at 1% per month from 31 July
and at the end of each succeeding month.

1.5.3 A student whose fees are not paid by the due date, and who has not produced evidence of
receipt of a bursary/scholarship/loan may be excluded from attendance at classes or from
a residence or a student housing unit.

1.5.4 Where a student has prior year outstanding fees, payments received will be allocated to
clear unpaid interest first, followed by the oldest debt.

1.5.5 A student must check his/her fee account on a regular basis. This is especially important
prior to the year-end. Various charges may be debited to fee accounts if the student has
not settled these in cash, and these include library fines, traffic fines, student health
charges, residence damage costs, and emergency loans. Such charges will often appear on
fee accounts late in the year. Students can access their fee account from the UCT website
via the Student Portal URL: http://studentsonline.uct.ac.za.
ACADEMIC FEES 5

2. ACADEMIC FEES
The University of Cape Town operates on a course-based fee structure inclusive of all “add-
ons”. Thus, the dictum that ‘the price you see is the price you pay’ applies to all academic
offerings across the University.
The University’s all inclusive course-based fee structures published in Section 11 of this booklet,
together with the relevant Faculty handbook, will enable students to accurately calculate the cost of
their academic studies at UCT in 2011.
The Faculty Handbook will indicate the courses that can be taken in pursuing a programme of study
and the relevant course code. Students can use this code to look up the all-inclusive cost of the
course in this booklet. The sum of these costs will give the total cost for the set of chosen courses as
there are no levies or additional academic charges.
Faculty handbooks containing the curriculum for each programme can be obtained from the relevant
faculty office and this information is also available on the UCT web site:
https://www.uct.ac.za/apply/handbooks.
Since a student’s fees account is based on his/her academic load, it is the student’s responsibility to
verify the correctness of his/her enrolment for courses in the current year.
In order to assist first time applicants, the table below lists fees for typical first-year undergraduate
degree programmes for South African applicants. It will give you an idea of what the fees are likely
to be. They may vary a bit depending on actual choice of courses.

2.1 Typical 1st Year Tuition Fees


COMMERCE BCom ....................................................... R 34 000 to R 42 500
BCom (Actuarial) ........................................................... R 42 500
BBusSc ...................................................... R34 000 to R 42 500
BBusSc (Actuarial)......................................................... R 46 500
ENGINEERING & Bachelor of Architectural Studies ................................... R 36 500
BUILT BSc (Engineering) .................................. R 34 500 to R 38 500
ENVIRONMENT BSc (Geomatics)............................................................. R 34 500
BSc (Construction Studies) ............................................ R 33 000
BSc (Property Studies) ................................................... R 34 500
BSc (Engineering) ASPECT .......................................... R 26 500
HEALTH SCIENCES MBChB .......................................................................... R 42 500
MBChB - 1st year Intervention Programme .................... R 39 500
BSc (Audiology)............................................................. R 37 500
BSc (Occupational Therapy) .......................................... R 34 500
BSc (Physiotherapy) ...................................................... R 37 000
BSc (Speech & Lang Pathology) .................................... R 38 000
HUMANITIES BA and BSoc Sc ............................................................. R 31 000
BA(Fine Art) .................................................................. R 35 000
BA (Theatre & Performance) ......................................... R 34 500
BMus ............................................................................. R 34 500
BMus (Dance) .......................................... R 27 000 to R 30 000
LAW
Undergraduate LLB ............................................................................... R 31 500
Postgraduate LLB ................................................................................ R 35 500
SCIENCE BSc ................................................................................. R 34 000
BSc - GEPS .................................................................... R 17 000
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2.2 Notice to Leave: Withdrawal of Registration


A registered student (or legal guardian) is personally liable for all tuition fees
notwithstanding any pledges of support or bursary that they may have received.

Students or their legal guardians must give notice of intention to discontinue studies in
writing by completing the Cancellation of Registration Form and submitting this to their
Faculty Office in person or by registered mail. A reduction on the academic fees, less a
minimum fee of R400, may be considered in special circumstances, depending on when the
notice of intention to discontinue studies is received by the Faculty Office.
If notice is received before:

(i) Whole Year Courses:


18 February 2011. ................... 100% adjustment less the R 400 minimum charge
4 March 2011 .............................................................................. 50% adjustment
(ii) First Semester Courses
18 February 2011. ................... 100% adjustment less the R 400 minimum charge
4 March 2011 .............................................................................. 50% adjustment
(iii) Second Semester Courses
29 July 2011............................ 100% adjustment less the R 400 minimum charge
12 August 2011 .................................................50% adjustment of the course fee

No reduction will be granted if the notice of intention to discontinue studies is


received after the above deadlines.
Note: These dates will be strictly adhered to. Any fees owing are due immediately on
cancellation of studies.

GSB students are advised that:


The non-refundable acceptance deposit does not get refunded, regardless of drop date and
reason.

The administration fee is not adjusted or reduced, regardless of drop date and reason.

Last date to drop a programme


Course Last date to Get 75% fee Get 50% fee Cancel
add a course adjustment adjustment transcript
entry
GSB Full Friday of the Friday of the Friday of Monday after
Time first week of first week of week three of which two
Programmes the course. the the thirds of the
programme. programme. course material
has been
presented
GSB Friday of the Friday of the Friday of Monday after
Modular first week of first week of week three which two
Programmes the course. the since start of thirds of the
(EMBA / programme. the course material
MBA / programme. has been
PDBA & presented
AIM)
No reduction will be granted if the notice to withdraw is received after the above
deadlines
ACADEMIC FEES 7

No withdrawal is possible after the ‘cancel transcript’ entry date.


Note: These dates will be strictly adhered to. Any fees owing are due immediately on
cancellation of studies.

2.3 Drop an Individual Course


When students withdraw from individual courses of a minimum duration of one semester,
any fee reduction is dependent upon the date of withdrawal. If the course duration is less
than one semester, or if the student is registered for the Legal Practice course, there is no
fee reduction if a student withdraws from the course after it begins.

Last date to drop a course


Course Last date to Get 100% Get 50% fee Cancel
add a course fee adjustment transcript
adjustment entry
Whole year 18 February 18 February 4 March 5 August
courses
First term 18 February 18 February 4 March 25 March
courses
Second term 29 July 29 July 12 August 2 September
courses
Other Friday of the Friday of the Friday of Monday after
courses first week of first week of week three of which two
beginning in the course. the course. the course. thirds of the
first term or course material
second term. has been
presented
Summer Friday of the Not Monday after
Term week the applicable which two
course begins. thirds of the
course material
has been
presented

Winter Term Friday of the Not Monday after


week the applicable which two
course begins thirds of the
course material
has been
presented

No reduction will be granted if the notice to withdraw is received after the above
deadlines.

After the last date to withdraw from a course but before the ten teaching days of a semester
or year course, a student may notify the faculty office that he or she does not intend to
complete the course. In this case the course remains on the record with a result of INC.
During the last ten days of a semester or year course such notifications will no longer be
accepted and a result of DPR or AB will be awarded by the department.

No withdrawal is possible after the ‘cancel transcript’ entry date.


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2.4 Add an Individual Course


The following minimum penalties may be charged per course which is added:
After the first Friday of the commencement of the course: Half Course……..…….R 1 500
Full Course……..…….R 3 000
After the course examination has been written Half Course……..…….R 2 000
Full Course……..…….R 4 000

2.5 Undergraduate Students Wishing to Take Additional Courses


A student –
• other than a student who is catching up on his/her studies;
• who is permitted in any given year by Senate to take one or more courses in addition
to the full standard curriculum;
• on the grounds of a good academic record;
• in order to enrich and enhance his/her curriculum
will, on successful application to the Senate Committee responsible, be charged fees only
for the courses that make up the full standard curriculum.
Where courses chosen are priced differently, the student will effectively be charged and
pay for the most expensive set of courses making up a full standard curriculum.
In such cases, the price for all courses taken will be raised on the fees statement, and a
credit will be given to reduce the overall cost in line with the above paragraph.

2.6 Surcharge on Academic Fees


We expect students to graduate within specified time limits. Broadly speaking, a student
will be allowed an additional two years of study beyond the normal degree duration for
bachelor degrees without a late stayer penalty surcharge being imposed e.g. 5 years for a
3 year degree, 6 years for a 4 year degree. Where a student registers for a bachelor degree
beyond the specific time limit the fee will be increased by 50%. Second bachelor degrees
such as the LLB, BArch and BEd are also subject to this rule. In the case of a student
changing registration for a different bachelor degree without first graduating in the
previous bachelor degree, the years spent studying for both degrees will be accumulated
towards the time allowed for the current degree, for penalty surcharge purposes.
A 50% late stayer penalty surcharge on tuition fees will be applied where a student
registers for a Masters degree by dissertation or by dissertation and course-work, from the
fifth year of registration other than for the MMed; and from the seventh year of
registration for the PhD.
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3. OTHER FEES AND LEVIES

3.1 Sports Clubs and Societies


Additional fees for registered students are payable in respect of the following:

Subscriptions to Clubs and Societies .......................................... variable R 25 – R 1 000

Membership lapses at the end of each academic year and students have to re-register each
year should they wish to continue their membership. There is no refund if a student
cancels his/her membership during the year.

3.2 Supplementary or Deferred Examinations


Any subject: .....................................................................................................No Charge

3.3 Ordinary Examinations without Re-attendance at Course


Education (per unit) and courses where the fee is less than R 500 ........................... R 300
Any other subject: including students writing it for purpose of entrance
examinations ........................................................................................................... R 500
Certain MBChB courses........................................................................................ R 1 000

3.4 Credit and/or Exemption


The fee for exemption from a course, and/or credit for a course completed at another
university, is R50 per course or per half course with a maximum fee of R 250.

3.5 Fee for Checking of Examination Results


A candidate who believes that an error has occurred in the examination of his/her scripts
is entitled to have his/her scripts checked. The checking does not involve the marking of
a script anew (see Rule G23.4 in Handbook 3, General Rules and Policies) but is limited
to checking the addition of the marks and to making sure that marks have been allotted to
every section of every question attempted.

To have his/her script checked, a student must apply in writing to the Registrar before 5
January in respect of all examinations taken during the previous academic year and
before 1 March in respect of all deferred or supplementary examinations written in
January or February. The fee is R 150 per course and the fee must accompany the
application. The fee will be refunded if a correction is made to the class of pass.
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3.6 Duplicate Degree and Diploma Certificates


Degree certificates are handed to graduates presented for their degrees at the
graduation ceremony or posted as soon as possible thereafter to graduates admitted to
their degrees in absentia. Diploma certificates are issued to successful candidates in the
same way.

A duplicate certificate of any UCT qualification will be issued at a fee of R 240 where
satisfactory evidence of destruction or irretrievable loss of the original is submitted. An
affidavit to the effect that irretrievable loss has occurred, signed and attested to before a
Commissioner of Oaths, must accompany this application.

A certified statement, giving the title and date of the degree or diploma obtained by the
candidate, will be supplied on application and on payment of a fee of R 60.

3.7 Fee for Academic Records


Any student who qualifies for a degree or diploma will be posted three original copies of
an academic transcript (without charge) within one month of the Graduation Ceremony.
Academic transcripts other than these may be obtained on application to the Registrar and
on payment of a fee of R 50, for which five originals will be provided either for
collection or mailed to the student. Where a student wishes to have any of the five
transcripts mailed to a third party or parties, a fee of R 100.00 for the set of five will be
charged. The transcript gives the full academic record at UCT.

3.8 Verification of Academic Record


(a) Basic verification of qualification and of graduation date, to be
mailed/faxed to an address within Southern Africa ..............................No charge
If a copy of an academic transcript is to be included..................................... R 50
(b) Basic verification of qualification and of graduation date, to be
mailed/faxed to an address outside Southern Africa ................................... R 100
If a copy of an academic transcript is to be included................................... R 150
(c) Completion of basic documentation, to be mailed/faxed to an
address within Southern Africa ................................................................... R 150
(d) Completion of basic documentation, to be mailed/faxed to an
address outside Southern Africa.................................................................. R 200
(e) Completion of complex documentation to be mailed or faxed .................... R 400

3.9 Verification of Past Training in Faculty of Health Sciences


The verification of the undergraduate training of UCT graduates is done by the Faculty
Office of Health Sciences. The verification of postgraduate medical training is done by
individual departments but coordinated by the Faculty Office. Foreign professional
boards have different requirements for the registration of South African health sciences
graduates in those countries. Verification fees at the UCT Faculty of Health Sciences
depend on the complexity of the documentation to be completed, availability of
information and the required form of transmission (e.g. by registered airmail or by
courier, within or outside Southern Africa).

The usual period of preparing verification documentation is 6 to 8 weeks.


If an applicant requires the documentation in (c) or (d) sooner, an additional R 250 should
be added to the fees below.
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If documents are to be sent by express courier, an additional R200 should be added to the
fees.

(a) Basic verification of qualification and of graduation date, to be


mailed to an address within Southern Africa ....................................... No charge
If a copy of an academic transcript is to be included ................................... R 50
(b) Basic verification of qualification and of graduation date or
completion of basic documents, to be mailed to an address outside
Southern Africa............................................................................. R 150 – R 300
If a copy of an academic transcript is to be included add ............................. R 50
(c) Completion of forms requiring detailed course information from
1990 to 2010 ................................................................................. R 500 – R 850
If a copy of an academic transcript is to be included add ............................. R 50
(d) Completion of forms requiring detailed course information before
1990 .........................................................................................R 1,100 – R 1 500
If a copy of an academic transcript is to be included add .............................. R 50

Requests for the verification of UCT Faculty of Health Sciences graduates may be sent to
the Faculty Manager: Academic Administration, Dean’s Office, Barnard Fuller Building,
Faculty of Health Sciences, Anzio Road, Observatory, 7925, South Africa, or faxed to
021-4478955 (for attention: Faculty Manager, Academic Administration, Faculty of
Health Sciences). Please include e-mail contact details in all requests.

3.10 Fee for Replacement Student Identity/Access Control Card


A replacement Student Identity/Access Control card may be obtained on payment of a fee
of R60. Payments are made at the Cashiers Office, Level 3, Kramer Law Building,
Middle Campus. Students must present proof of payment together with his/her identity
document when collecting the replacement card.

The loss of the card must be reported immediately to the Access Control Office in the PD
Hahn Building, Room 1.09, Upper Campus.

3.11 Late Registration Fee


A fee of R2 000 will be levied on students who fail to register on the appointed day,
which is reducible by the Dean on a sliding scale, for good cause shown.

3.12 Late Changes of Curriculum


A student who wishes to add a course to his/her curriculum after the Friday of the first
week after the start of the course requires a concession in terms of rule G15 of the
General Rules and Policies handbook. Penalties will apply. Refer 2.4 on Page 8.
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3.13 Student Wellness Services


Students who utilise the Student Wellness Service are expected to pay for consultations
with a medical practitioner, psychologist, dispensary services and certain investigations.
Should they fail to pay cash for these services, the debt incurred will be debited to his/her
fee account and is subject to interest on late payment. The Student Wellness Service
charges BHF (Board of Health care Funders) rates which are subject to change during the
academic year.

A valid student card must be produced when making use of this service.

3.14 Parking Tokens


The annual parking fee on upper campus varies depending upon the service required.
Students are required to pay for parking tokens when they are applied for and these
cannot be charged to student fee accounts.

3.15 Incidental Charges


Certain charges, which vary according to circumstances and which should be paid in
cash, will be debited to the students' fees accounts should they be incurred by students
and not settled timeously. These include parking fines, disciplinary fines (including those
imposed in Residences), library fines and the cost of replacement of library materials,
damage charges raised by Residences, processing costs of loans, advances made by the
Student Financial Aid. Note that all charges debited to fees accounts are subject to
interest on late payment.
INORMATION FOR SPONSORS 13

4. INFORMATION FOR SPONSORS


The following information is supplied to help a sponsor to interpret the fee accounts sent
during the year. Additionally it is supplied to assist sponsors in their calculation of funds
needed by their students for costs which do not appear on fee accounts e.g. food and
lodging outside University residence, education material required and sundry expenses.
Please return to the Fees Office any fee statements which are not for your account or
which have been addressed to you in error.

4.1 The balance of any scholarship or award, after settlement of fees, will be refunded to the
student on receipt of your payment. Sponsors must inform UCT in writing if surplus
funding is not to be paid out to a student. In most cases, students use funding from
additional sources to help them meet expenses incurred in connection with their studies
(for example, accommodation and subsistence, books and stationery, transport). Please
therefore, ignore credits of this nature when calculating the amount due by you.

4.2 The estimated minimum amount required for board and lodging by students not
accommodated in residence is R 43 200 per year or R 50 200 for Medical Students who
have a longer academic year. We suggest that sponsors require from their students
verifiable board and lodging expense accounts if the students reside outside official
University accommodation.

4.3 Students accommodated in a catering residence who have not chosen the full meal option
will require the following additional funds to cover meals taken elsewhere:

4.3.1 additional approximate amount required by students who have


chosen meal option (2), per year .............................................................. R 3 100
4.3.2 additional approximate amount required by students who have
chosen meal option (3), per year .............................................................. R 4 000
4.3.3 additional approximate amount required by students who have
chosen meal option (4), per year .............................................................. R 2 800

4.4 Students accommodated in self-catering residences will require an approximate amount


of R12 300 per year (R1 230 per month) to cover the cost of meals.

4.5 We estimate that the following ancillary expenses could be incurred by each student in
2011:
Books and Stationery ........................................................................................... R 5 000
Educational Equipment ........................................................................................ R 3 000
Living expenses, local transport, pocket money and sundries .............................. R 6 000
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5. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
` International Academic Programmes Office:
Tel: +27-21-650 2822/ 3740, Fax: +27-21-650 5667
Email: int-iapo@uct.ac.za
Website: http://www.uct.ac.za

SADC Students:
For the purposes of fees - Citizens and Permanent Residents of the SADC countries are
treated the same as South African Residents. (Note that study visa regulations, etc. do still
apply) The SADC member countries are Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of
Congo, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles,
South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Students from SADC
countries must pay the minimum initial payment for tuition and residence prior to
registration or by 4 February 2011 whichever date is the earlier. Accounts are
managed and sent out by the Fees Office. Refer to pages 1 and 105.

Non-SADC (i.e. Rest of the World) Students:


Are required to pay an International Fee over and above the local course fees for tuition. As
from 2006 non-SADC International Students have been billed in South African Rands
(ZAR). The ‘out-of-state’ or ‘international’ levy, is called The International Term Fee, and
is charged in addition to the individual fees for all courses taken. (This replaces the
previous US$-based fees) Both the International Term Fee plus the individual course based
fees must be paid prior to registration. Accounts are sent out by the Fees Office, except for
GSB studies under 5.6 of this handbook which are billed by the Graduate School of
Business.
Non-SADC international students studying at Masters and Doctoral level are advised to
check section 5.7 for information regarding Scholarships offered to them.

Special Circumstance Students:


Rwandan Citizens, Official Refugees (i.e. once they have their RSA ID Refugees Book)
documented asylum seekers and accredited Diplomatic Representatives of a foreign
government in South Africa (or their dependants) are all entitled to pay fees at local rates.
Changes in residency status may only be adjusted up to 31 July for the current year. If
residency status changes after 31 July it can only be applied to the following year. Tuition
fees are to be paid prior to registration.
Only the Green SA BARCODED ID book will be accepted as proof of SA citizenship.

5.1 Semester Study Abroad (SSA) Programmes


Any student (regardless of nationality) taking courses for one or two semesters only, that
will not count towards obtaining a South African degree (but could count towards a
degree in another country): Package tuition fee:
Per semester cost................................................................................................ US$ 5 100
Fees will be payable in advance, prior to registration at UCT.

5.2 Students on Centralised Academic Programmes/Exchanges


Fee is dependent on the programme. All queries should be directed to the International
Academic Programmes Office (IAPO). Students are accepted to study through this
programme only in terms of signed inter-institutional agreements. In certain cases an
Exchanges Levy (which could include orientation, airport transfer, housing placement)
will be applicable.
Exchanges Levy payable prior to registration .................................................... US$ 175
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5.3 International Occasional Students


Any international student taking two or fewer courses per semester for one or two
semesters only for non-degree purposes. Students are required to write exams. A
certificate of attendance will be available on request. A South African matriculation
exemption is required in order to get acceptance into this programme. Students must
have completed a degree.
Tuition fee per course per semester ...................................................................US$ 2 630
Fees will be payable in advance, prior to registration at UCT.

5.4 International Affiliates


Visiting international students and academics who are not taking UCT courses but wish
to pursue research towards studies at their own University by using UCT’s libraries, must
first make contact with a UCT department to ensure they will be welcome and obtain an
assurance that there are necessary resources (and with mutual understanding of
expectations) to accommodate them in the host department. Thereafter application should
be made through IAPO. A visiting Affiliate does not attend lectures, work at UCT, have
any supervision or write examinations.
Affiliate Fees per month or part thereof ...............................................Refer to Section 6
Fees will be payable in advance, prior to registration at UCT.

5.5 International Students who intend to study for a full South African
Degree/Diploma/Honours
Please consult the Faculty/Student Fees Handbook for the cost of courses – the amounts
listed below must be added to the total amount calculated from the courses selected.
100% of the International Term Fees plus Course Based Fees are to be paid prior to
registration or by 4 February 2011 whichever date is the earlier. (For International
Fees contained in sections 5.5.1 to 5.5.5 below)
In addition the minimum initial residence payment is required prior to registration, see
section 13.1 of this handbook, page 105.
5.5.1 Undergraduate Degrees
Tuition Fees (per year)
Commerce (BCom, BBusSc, etc) .................. Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500
Engineering & the Built Environment (BSc, BSc (Eng), etc)
........................................................................ Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500
Health Sciences (BSc (Med), etc) ................. Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500
Humanities (BA, BEd, BA (Fine Art), BMus, BSocSc, etc)
........................................................................ Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500
Law Faculty (LLB, etc) ................................. Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500
Science Faculty (BSc, BScEd, etc) ................ Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500

5.5.2 Honours Degrees


Tuition Fees (per year)
Commerce Faculty ....................................... Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500
Engineering & the Built Environment ........ Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500
Health Sciences ............................................. Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500
Humanities Faculty ....................................... Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500
Law Faculty ................................................... Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500
Science Faculty .............................................. Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500
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5.5.3 Postgraduate Diplomas and Undergraduate Diplomas


Tuition Fees (per year)
Commerce Faculty ....................................... Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500
Engineering & the Built Environment ....... Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500
Health Sciences (Int. Research Ethics).......... Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 11 500
Health Sciences (Other) ................................Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500
Humanities Faculty .......................................Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500
Law Faculty ...................................................Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 11 500
Science Faculty .............................................. Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 27 500

5.5.4 Masters Programmes * See 5.7


Tuition Fees (per year)
Commerce Faculty ....................................... Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 22 500
Engineering & the Built Environment ......... Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 22 500
Health Sciences Faculty ................................. Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 22 500
Humanities Faculty ........................................Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 22 500
Law Faculty ..................................................Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 11 500
Science Faculty ...............................................Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 22 500

5.5.5 Doctoral (PhD) Degrees * See 5.7


Tuition Fees (per year)
Commerce Faculty ....................................... Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 22 500
Engineering & the Built Environment ......... Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 22 500
Health Sciences Faculty ...............................Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 22 500
Humanities Faculty ......................................Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 22 500
Law Faculty ...................................................Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 11 500
Science Faculty .............................................. Total of Course Fees PLUS ZAR 22 500

5.6 Programmes Offered by the Graduate School of Business


Note that all Citizens or Permanent Residents from African countries qualify for local
South African fees for GSB Programmes of study.
Non-refundable deposit of ZAR 15,000 is payable on acceptance of study offer and
the balance of fees prior to registration or 4 February 2011 whichever is the earlier.
We do not accept payments in cash or on Diners or American Express cards.

5.6.1 PDBA (Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration)


Academic Programme Fee (per year) ............................................................ ZAR 74 000
Administration Fee (per year) ........................................................................ ZAR 11 000
Total Fee (per year) ....................................................................................... ZAR 85 000
5.6.2 MBA (Masters of Business Administration)
Academic Programme Fee (per year) .......................................................... ZAR 226 000
Administration Fee (per year) ....................................................................... ZAR 64 000
Total Fee (per year) ..................................................................................... ZAR 290 000
(MBA Modular international students pay half this fee per annum)
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5.6.3 EMBA (Executive Masters of Business Administration)


Academic Programme Fee (per year) .......................................................... ZAR 191 000
Administration Fee (per year) ...................................................................... ZAR 39 000
Total Fee (per year) ..................................................................................... ZAR 230 000

5.7 International Scholarships


International Masters & PhD students/applicants are advised that the University offers
scholarships to deserving international applicants. Applications must be made via the
Post Graduate Funding Office – refer UCT’s website. The closing date is 31 July of the
year preceding study.
ENSURE YOU APPLY FOR THESE AWARDS PRIOR TO COMING TO UCT!
For Masters & PhD students only there are also Scholarships available which will reduce
the International Term Fee and these are awarded at the discretion of the Faculty Dean
based on academic merit, financial need and faculty requirements. (International terms of
payment will still apply). Please apply at the relevant Faculty Office.
THE ABOVE SCHOLARSHIPS ARE APPLICABLE TO MASTER’S AND PHD
STUDIES ONLY.
5.8 Residence Fees
The initial payment as stated in 13.1 (refer to page 105) is required prior to registration
for all international students and non-South African students who do not have permanent
residence. This is in addition to the 100% of International Tuition Fees.

Note: There is only limited accommodation available for international students in


residences, consequently most international students share rented accommodation in the
vicinity of the University. (Further information can be obtained from Student
Housing/Campus Accommodation and Letting).
The residence fee excludes the winter vacation between the first and second semesters,
but includes the short vacations in the first and second semesters. The opening date for
new students is Tuesday, 1 February 2011 and the closing date for student housing is
Friday, 18 November 2011. The same withdrawal rules apply to international students
leaving residences as for local students (refer to 13.2, page 105).

5.9 Cancellation Policy International Fees


Semester/Study Abroad Programme
A US$100 fee will be applied to all cancellations received after a student indicates
acceptance but prior to arrival.
A US$2 550 fee will be applied to all cancellations or withdrawals received after arrival
or registration at UCT. This will include, but not be limited to, cases where a student
changes status to an Affiliate, or reapplies for Full Degree, Masters or Occasional student
studies.

There will be no refunds for any cancellation or withdrawal received after the 31 March
for Semester 1 intakes and after the 31 August for the Semester 2 intakes. (If the stated
date falls on a weekend or public holiday – then notice must be received on the last
working day prior to stated date)
Full Degree Students (Excluding GSB studies)
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Students or their parents or guardians must give notice to discontinue studies in writing
by completing the Cancellation of Registration Form and submitting this to their Faculty
Office in person or by registered mail.

A reduction on the International Term Fee, less a minimum fee of ZAR 2 500 may be
considered in special circumstances, depending on the date of cancellation. If registration
is cancelled before

(i) the beginning of the first quarter, 14 February 2011. ....... (100% adjustment less
the ZAR 2 500 minimum charge)
(ii) 31 July 2011 ............................................................................ (50% adjustment)

No reduction of the International Term Fee will be granted if registration is


cancelled after the 31 July 2011.

Note that any outstanding fees are due immediately upon cancellation of studies,
including Student Housing fees/levies etc if these have not already been paid.

Dropping or changing of courses, refer to 2.3, page 7.

International Occasional Students and Affiliates

When students withdraw from individual courses, any fee reduction is dependant on the
date of withdrawal. No International Fee reductions will be considered where withdrawal
occurs after the second or fourth quarter has begun. International Affiliates who decide to
leave early may apply to their host department for a pro-rata refund of fees.

6. VISITING POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS


AFFILIATED TO UCT
The fees for visiting postgraduate students (excluding those in the Faculty of Health
Sciences) are dependent upon the length of their stay at the University of Cape Town and
are as follows:

2 months or less ................................................................................................... R 3 140


2 months to 4 months ........................................................................................... R 5 920
4 months to 6 months ........................................................................................... R 8 740
6 months to 12 months ....................................................................................... R 11 660
Health Science Faculty students should consult their Faculty Officer.
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7. STUDENTS REGISTERING FOR RESEARCH


MASTERS OR PHD
Students registering for the first time for a research masters or doctoral thesis in the
second semester will be granted a 50% rebate on the annual academic fee. This rebate
also applies to students registering for the MMed.

8. SUBMISSION OF DOCTORAL THESES AND


MASTERS DISSERTATIONS
A rebate on the annual academic fee for a doctoral thesis or masters’ dissertation is
granted according to the following schedule:

8.1 In the case of a masters dissertation, this applies in the second or subsequent year in
which the dissertation is being completed;

8.2 In the case of a doctoral thesis, this applies in the third or subsequent year in which the
thesis is being completed;

(a) submission before the beginning of the second quarter; by 1 April ...............75%
(b) submission before the beginning of the third quarter; by 22 July ...................50%
(c) submission by 9 September ........................................................................... 25%
(d) submission after 9 September ........................................................................... nil

Students who intend submitting by 11 February 2011, before the start of 2011 academic
year, do not need to reregister and his/her registration will not be processed.

8.3 Where a student is required to revise and resubmit a thesis or dissertation the academic
fee will be charged per quarter (i.e. if the candidate must work for up to one quarter,
he/she will pay 25% of the full fee; for up to two quarters, he/she will pay 50% of the full
fee and so on).

9. DOCTORATES
(Note: We no longer offer the ChM)

For each year of registration:


DMus (By performance and thesis or composition and thesis) .......................... R 15 580
PhD, LLD, MD, DMus : (By Thesis) ............................................................... R 11 180
DSc, DSc (Eng), DLitt, DEd, DMus, DSocSc, LLD, DEconSc, DArch,
DFA, DSc (Med) (For distinguished published work) ......................................... R 4 150
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10. GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS


All students from outside South Africa and other SADC countries should refer to
fees for international students on page 16.

10.1 MBA (Masters of Business Administration)


Non-refundable deposit of R10 000 is payable on acceptance of study offer.

Full-time Academic Programme Fees ............................................ R 98 000


Administration Fee ......................................................... R 28 000
Total Fee ...................................................................... R 126 000

Modular (1st year) Academic Programme Fees ............................................ R 49 000


Administration Fee ......................................................... R 14 000
Total Fee ........................................................................ R 63 000

Modular (2nd year) Academic Programme Fees ............................................ R 49 000


Administration Fee ......................................................... R 14 000
Total Fee ........................................................................ R 63 000

10.2 EMBA (Executive Masters of Business Administration)


Non-refundable deposit of R10 000 is payable on acceptance of study offer. Full fees
are payable prior to registration.

YEAR 1 Academic Programme Fees ............................................ R 79 000


Administration Fee ......................................................... R 16 000
Total Fee........................................................................ R 95 000

YEAR 2 Academic Programme Fees ............................................ R 72 000


Administration Fee ......................................................... R 14 300
Total Fee........................................................................ R 86 300

10.3 AIM (Associate in Management)


Non-refundable deposit of R5000 is payable on acceptance of study offer.

Modular Academic Programme Fees ............................................ R 22 500


Administration Fee .......................................................... R 4 500
Total Fee ........................................................................ R 27 000
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10.4 PDBA : Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration (Post work


experience)
Non-refundable deposit of R5 000 is payable on acceptance of study offer.

Modular Academic Fees ............................................................... R 34 000


Administration Fee .......................................................... R 5 000
Total Fee........................................................................ R 39 000

10.5 PGDip : Wine Business Management Programme: (Management


Practice)
Non-refundable deposit of R5 000 is payable on acceptance of study offer.

Modular Academic Programme Fees ............................................ R 36 000


Administration Fee .......................................................... R 4 500
Total Fee ....................................................................... R 40 500

10.6 Customised Academic Learning Programmes


Academic Programme Fee…………………………………………….........……R 40 500
(Fee is conditional on a minimum intake of 35 students).

10.7 GSB: Master of Commerce (Management Practice)


Academic Programme Fee……………………………………………...………..R 17 600
2nd and subsequent years of enrolment……………………………….………..…R 5 900

10.8 GSB: Master of Philosophy (Management Practice)


Academic Programme Fee……………………………………………...……..…R 17 600
2nd and subsequent years of enrolment……………………………….………..…R 5 900

10.9 GSB: Doctoral Studies (Management Practice) (GSB6000W)


Academic Course Fee …….….……………………………………………...…...R 11 180
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11. UCT ACADEMIC FEES


All students from outside South Africa and other SADC countries should refer to fees for
international students on page 14.

The University of Cape Town operates on a course-based fee structure inclusive of all “add-
ons”. Thus, the dictum that ‘the price you see is the price you pay’ applies to all academic
offerings across the University.

The University’s course-based fee structures, together with the relevant Faculty handbook, will enable
students to accurately calculate the cost of their academic studies at UCT in 2011.

Since a student’s fees account is based on his/her academic record, it is the student’s responsibility to
verify the correctness of his/her academic record.

In order to assist students and fee payers’ budget for their academic studies at UCT for 2011 we have
set-out below the cost of fees for a typical programme by faculty and year of study.

Note: The following programme fees are only guidelines and will vary with the students’ actual
choice of courses.

11.1 Typical 1st Year Tuition Fees


COMMERCE BCom ....................................................... R 34 000 to R 42 500
BCom (Actuarial) ........................................................... R 42 500
BBusSc ...................................................... R34 000 to R 42 500
BBusSc (Actuarial) ......................................................... R 46 500
ENGINEERING & Bachelor of Architectural Studies ................................... R 36 500
BUILT BSc (Engineering) .................................. R 34 500 to R 38 500
ENVIRONMENT BSc (Geomatics)............................................................. R 34 500
BSc (Construction Studies)............................................. R 33 000
BSc (Property Studies) ................................................... R 34 500
BSc (Engineering) ASPECT .......................................... R 26 500
HEALTH SCIENCES MBChB .......................................................................... R 42 500
MBChB - 1st year Intervention Programme .................... R 39 500
BSc (Audiology) ............................................................. R 37 500
BSc (Occupational Therapy) .......................................... R 34 500
BSc (Physiotherapy) ...................................................... R 37 000
BSc (Speech & Lang Pathology) .................................... R 38 000
HUMANITIES BA and BSoc Sc ............................................................. R 31 000
BA(Fine Art) .................................................................. R 35 000
BA (Theatre & Performance) ......................................... R 34 500
BMus ............................................................................. R 34 500
BMus (Dance) .......................................... R 27 000 to R 30 000
LAW
Undergraduate LLB ............................................................................... R 31 500
Postgraduate LLB ................................................................................ R 35 500
SCIENCE BSc ................................................................................. R 34 000
BSc - GEPS .................................................................... R 17 000
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11.2 FACULTY OF COMMERCE


Degrees Bachelor of Commerce Financial Accounting
BCom (Accounting) and BCom (CA)
Standard programme 1st Year ........................................................................... R 34 000
- no repeat courses 2nd Year .......................................................................... R 42 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 37 500

BCom (Actuarial Science)


1st Year ........................................................................... R 42 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 39 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 41 500

BCom Accounting & Law


1st Year ........................................................................... R 34 000
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 37 000
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 33 000

BCom Economics & Finance


1st Year ........................................................................... R 38 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 37 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 38 500

BCom Economics & Statistics


1st Year ........................................................................... R 38 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 40 000
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 47 500

BCom Information Systems


1st Year ........................................................................... R 34 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 34 000
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 26 000

BCom Management Studies


1st Year ........................................................................... R 42 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 45 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 34 500

BCom Philosophy, Politics & Economics


1st Year ........................................................................... R 34 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 39 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 39 000

BCom Quantitative Finance


1st Year ........................................................................... R 38 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 43 000
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 34 000
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Bachelor of Business Science


BBusSc Actuarial Science
1st Year ........................................................................... R 46 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 39 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 46 000
4th Year ......................................................................... R 30 000

BBusSc Finance (Non CA Option)


1st Year ........................................................................... R 38 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 39 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 42 500
4th Year ......................................................................... R 30 000

BBusSc Finance (CA Option)


1st Year ........................................................................... R 38 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 39 000
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 42 500
4th Year ......................................................................... R 34 500

BBusSc Quantitative Finance


1st Year ........................................................................... R 38 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 43 000
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 46 500
4th Year ......................................................................... R 26 000

BBusSc Computer Science


1st Year ........................................................................... R 34 000
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 44 500
3rd Year .................................................... R 50 500 to R 54 500
4th Year (Hons) ............................................................ R 39 500

BBusSc Economics
1st Year ........................................................................... R 38 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 36 500
3rd Year .................................................... R 39 500 to R 61 500
4th Year (Hons) .............................................................. R43 000

BBusSc Economics & Law


1st Year ........................................................................... R 38 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 38 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 37 000
4th Year ......................................................................... R 47 000

BBusSc Information Systems


1st Year ........................................................................... R 42 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 39 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 34 500
4th Year (Hons) ........................................................... R 41 000

BBusSc Marketing
1st Year ........................................................................... R 38 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 35 000
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 42 500
4th Year (Hons) ............................................................. R 43 500
UCT ACADEMIC FEES 25

BBusSc Organisational Psychology


1st Year ........................................................................... R 37 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 38 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 42 000
4th Year (Hons) ............................................................. R 40 500

Postgraduate Hons in Actuarial Science R 21 340


Per year of study Hons in Economics ...................................................... R 38 510
Hons in Organisational Psychology ............................ R 31 490

Masters in Actuarial Science by Coursework ............ R 22 720


Masters in Applied Economics by Coursework ......... R 22 740
Masters in Economics by Coursework........................ R 25 620
Masters in Financial Management .............................. R 29 170
Masters in Information Systems.................................. R 27 590

PhD ............................................................................... R 11 180

Diplomas Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting ........................ R 36 610


Postgraduate Diploma in Actuarial Science .............. R 33 120
Postgraduate Diploma in Management (Actuarial
Science Conversion) ..................................................... R 41 890
Postgraduate Diploma in Management in
Marketing ..................................................................... R 39 800

11.3 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT


Degrees Bachelor of Architectural Studies
Standard programme 1st Year ........................................................................... R 36 500
- no repeat courses 2nd Year .......................................................................... R 36 000
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 36 000

BSc (Geomatics)
1st Year ........................................................................... R 34 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 41 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 37 500
4th Year .......................................................................... R 43 000

BSc Eng (Chemical)


1st Year ........................................................................... R 38 000
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 38 000
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 30 500
4th Year .......................................................................... R 43 000

BSc Eng (Civil)


1st Year ........................................................................... R 38 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 39 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 41 500
4th Year .......................................................................... R 46 500
BSc Eng (Construction Studies)
1st Year ........................................................................... R 33 000
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 34 000
3rd Year........................................................................... R 35 500
26 UCT ACADEMIC FEES

BSc Eng (Electrical)


1st Year ........................................................................... R 37 000
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 40 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 35 500
4th Year .......................................................................... R 35 500

BSc Eng (Electrical & Computer)


1st Year ........................................................................... R 37 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 38 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 37 000
4th Year .......................................................................... R 33 000

BSc Eng (Mechatronics)


1st Year ........................................................................... R 37 000
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 38 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 37 000
4th Year .......................................................................... R 33 000

BSc Eng (Mechanical)


1st Year ........................................................................... R 38 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 38 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 38 500
4th Year .......................................................................... R 38 000

BSc Eng (Electro-Mechanical)


1st Year ........................................................................... R 38 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 38 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 37 000
4th Year .......................................................................... R 40 000

BSc Eng (Property Studies)


1st Year ........................................................................... R 34 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 33 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 33 500

Postgraduate BSc (Hons) (Geographical Info Systems) .................... R 35 640


Per year of study BSc (Hons) (Construction Management) ................... R 37 840
BSc (Hons) (Property Studies)..................................... R 33 165
BSc (Hons) (Quantity Surveying) ............................... R 37 950
BSc (Hons) (Materials Science) ................................... R 34 650
Bachelor of Architectural Studies (Hons) ................. R 32 890

Masters by Dissertation only (180 credits).................. R 16 940


Masters by Dissertation (120 credits) and Coursework
1st Year .......................................................................... R 18 700
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 15 510
Master of Architecture (Professional) ........................ R 37 400
Master of City & Regional Planning
1st Year .......................................................................... R 37 840
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 25 740
Master of City Planning & Urban Design
1st Year .......................................................................... R 37 840
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 25 740
UCT ACADEMIC FEES 27

Masters of Science in Property Studies....................... R 50 490


Masters of Science in Project Management ................ R 50 490
Master of Landscape Architecture
1st Year .......................................................................... R 37 070
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 26 730

MPhil In Conservation of Built Environment ............ R 38 830


MPhil (Transport Studies) .......................................... R 44 220
MPhil (Urban Infrastructure Design & Man.) .......... R 44 220

PhD ............................................................................... R 11 180


Diplomas Postgraduate Diploma in Transport Studies ............. R 36 960
Postgraduate Diploma in Project Management ........ R 39 380
Postgraduate Diploma in Property Studies ................ R 39 380

11.4 FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES - Set Programmes


Degrees MBChB
Regular Programme 1st Year ........................................................................... R 42 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 52 000
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 53 500
4th Year .......................................................................... R 51 000
5th Year .......................................................................... R 39 500
6th Year .......................................................................... R 53 500
1st Year – Intervention Programme ................................. R 39 500

BSc (Audiology)
1st Year ........................................................................... R 37 500
2nd Year ......................................................................... R 37 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 37 000
4th Year .......................................................................... R 35 500
1st Year – Intervention Programme ................................. R 36 500

BSc (Occupational Therapy)


1st Year ........................................................................... R 34 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 37 000
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 29 500
4th Year .......................................................................... R 39 000
1st Year – Intervention Programme................................. R 32 500

BSc (Physiotherapy)
1st Year ........................................................................... R 37 000
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 37 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 30 000
4th Year .......................................................................... R 33 500
1st Year – Intervention Programme................................. R 34 000

BSc (Speech & Language Pathology)


1st Year ........................................................................... R 38 000
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 36 000
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 36 000
4th Year .......................................................................... R 35 500
1st Year – Intervention Programme................................. R 36 500
28 UCT ACADEMIC FEES

Postgraduate Honours Programmes ................................................. R 31 010


Per year of study Hons in Nutrition & Dietetics
1st Year ........................................................................... R 39 820
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 25 370

MPhil in Biokinetics
1st Year ............................................................................. R 6 370
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 25 400
MPhil in Emergency Medicine
(Clinical Emergency Care Stream)
1st Year ........................................................................... R 10 560
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 10 560
Dissertation (60 credits) ................................................ R 10 570
MPhil in Emergency Medicine
(African Emergency Care Stream)
1st Year ............................................................................. R 9 680
2nd Year ............................................................................ R 2 640
Dissertation (90 credits) ................................................ R 15 840
Masters in Public Health
(All streams except Health Economics)
Coursework (10 courses @ R2,320 each) ...................... R 23 200
Minor Dissertation (60 credits) ........................................ R 9 740
Masters in Public Health (Health Economics)
Coursework (8 courses @ R2,320 each) ........................ R 18 560
Minor Dissertation (90 credits) ...................................... R 15 840
MMed (Speciality training)
Training per year (Years 1 – 4)......................................... R 7 140
Minor Dissertation .......................................................... R 2 730
MPhil (Sub-speciality training)
Training per year (Years 1 & 2) ....................................... R 7 140
Minor Dissertation ......................................................... R 2 730
MPhil by Coursework & Dissertation (90 credits)
Coursework (per year) ................................................... R 15 840
Minor Dissertation ......................................................... R 15 840
MPhil by Coursework & Dissertation (60 credits)
Coursework (per year) ................................................... R 21 130
Minor Dissertation ......................................................... R 10 570
MSc(Med) by Research & Dissertation (per year) ..... R 15 560
MSc by Research & Dissertation (per year) ............... R 15 560

PhD (per year)................................................................ R 11 180


MD (per year) ................................................................ R 11 180

Diplomas PG Dip in Adv Midw & Neonatal Care ..................... R 29 690


PG Dip in Addictions Care ......................................... R 25 440
PG Dip in Community Eye Health ............................. R 24 500
PG Dip in Child Nursing ............................................. R 29 800
PG Dip in Critical Care Child Nursing ...................... R 28 690
PG Dip in Dermatology Nursing ................................ R 28 700
PG Dip in Disability Studies ...................................... R 24 500
PG Dip in Family Medicine
1st Year ........................................................................... R 12 060
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 12 870
UCT ACADEMIC FEES 29

PG Dip in Healthcare Tech Management .................. R 26 290


PG Dip in Health Economics
1st Year ........................................................................... R 12 560
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 12 560
PG Dip in Nephrology Nursing .................................. R 26 480
PG Dip in Ophthalmic Nursing .................................. R 29 790
PG Dip in Occupational Health (per year x 2) ........... R 16 770
PG Dip in Paediatric Radiology ................................. R 24 450
PG Dip in Palliative Medicine .................................... R 26 380
PG Dip in Pesticide Risk Management ....................... R 29 260
PG Dip in Public Mental Health ................................. R 25 080

11.5 FACULTY OF HUMANITIES


Degrees BA and BSocSc
Standard programme 1st Year ........................................................................... R 31 000
- no repeat courses 2nd Year .......................................................................... R 31 000
3rd Year........................................................................... R 31 000
BA (Fine Arts)
1st Year ........................................................................... R 35 000
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 34 000
3rd Year........................................................................... R 34 500
4th Year ........................................................................... R 35 500
BA (Theatre & Performance)
1st Year ........................................................................... R 34 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 26 500
3rd Year......................................................R 40 000 to R 44 500
4th Year .....................................................R 22 500 to R 24 000
BMus (General)
1st Year ........................................................................... R 34 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 31 000
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 32 000
4th Year .......................................................................... R 35 500
BMus (Dance)
1st Year ......................................................R 27 000 to R 30 000
2nd Year .....................................................R 34 000 to R 38 000
3rd Year .....................................................R 27 000 to R 38 500
4th Year .....................................................R 29 500 to R 33 500
Diplomas Teacher’s Licentiate Diploma in Music
(Western Classical / African Music Stream)
1st Year ........................................................................... R 26 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 29 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 30 000
4th Year .......................................................................... R 33 000
Performer’s Diploma in Music
(Jazz Studies Stream)
1st Year ........................................................................... R 25 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 30 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 30 000
30 UCT ACADEMIC FEES

Performer’s Diploma in Opera


1st Year ........................................................................... R 30 000
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 35 000
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 33 500
4th Year .......................................................................... R 34 000

Performer’s Diploma in Theatre


1st Year ........................................................................... R 34 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 22 500
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 30 000

Dance Teacher’s Diploma


(Classical / Contemporary Stream)
1st Year ........................................................................... R 26 500
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 31 500
3rd Year .................................................... R 24 000 to R 26 500

Postgraduate Full degree fees can vary depending on electives taken


Per year of study Honours
4 Honours courses + research essay ............................... R 22 900

BMus Hons in Choreography ...................................... R 22 870


Hons in Drama .............................................................................
4 Honours courses + research essay ............................... R 22 900
Hons in Dance Studies .................................................. R 25 090
Hons in Music (Musicology) ........................................ R 24 100
Hons in Music (Performance) ...................................... R 25 870

Masters by Coursework
4 Masters course work courses ....................................... R 20 720
Minor dissertation ............................................................ R 9 470

Research Masters ......................................................... R 15 560

MA / MPhil in Fine Art ................................................ R 15 560


Master of Fine Art
By dissertation ............................................................... R 15 560
Master of Music by Composition & Dissertation
Composition .................................................................. R 20 690
Dissertation ..................................................................... R 9 470
Master of Music by Performance & Dissertation
Recitals .......................................................................... R 22 380
Minor Dissertation ........................................................... R 9 470

PhD ............................................................................... R 11 180

Diplomas Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Art .............................. R 28 480


Postgraduate Diploma in Music & Performance ......................
1st Year ........................................................................... R 11 190
2nd Year .......................................................................... R 11 190
UCT ACADEMIC FEES 31

11.6 FACULTY OF LAW


Degrees Undergraduate LLB
Standard programme 1st Year – depending on electives ................................. R31 500
- no repeat courses 2nd Year – depending on electives ................................. R36 500
3rd Year – depending on electives .................................. R38 500
4th Year – depending on electives .................................. R36 000

Postgraduate LLB
1st Year ............................................................................ R35 500
2nd Year ........................................................................... R38 500
3rd Year ........................................................................... R36 000

Postgraduate LLM/MPhil by Coursework and Dissertation


Coursework (4 courses) ................................................... R38 500
Dissertation ...................................................................... R 4 820

Per year of study LLM/MPhil by Dissertation only .................................... R 9 140

Diplomas Postgraduate Diploma in Law


Coursework (2 courses) ................................................... R19 240
Research Paper ................................................................. R 2 410
Postgraduate Diploma in Tax Law
Coursework (1 double course)........................................ R 19 220
Research Paper ................................................................. R 2 410

PhD ............................................................................... R 11 180

11.7 FACULTY OF SCIENCE


Degrees BSc
Standard programme 1st Year ........................................................................... R 34 000
- no repeat courses 2nd Year .......................................................................... R 34 000
3rd Year .......................................................................... R 34 000
GEPS 1st Year – Intervention Programme................................. R 17 000
2nd Year – Intervention Programme ................................ R 17 000

Postgraduate BSc (Hons) ................................................................... R 30 700


Per year of study
Masters & MPhil
MSc by Dissertation only ............................................ R 15 600
MSc by Coursework & Dissertation
Coursework (full year) ................................................... R 30 900
Coursework (half year) ................................................... R 15 300
Dissertation .................................................................... R 15 600

Masters in Climate Change


Coursework (full year) ................................................... R 27 800
Minor dissertation ............................................................ R 5 500

PhD ............................................................................... R 11 180


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12. UCT ACADEMIC COURSES


All students from outside South Africa and other SADC countries should refer to fees for
international students on page 13.

The University of Cape Town operates on a course-based fee structure inclusive of


all “add-ons”. Thus, the dictum that ‘the price you see is the price you pay’ applies
to all academic offerings across the University.
The University’s course-based fee structures, together with the relevant Faculty handbook, will enable
students to calculate the cost of their academic studies at UCT in 2011 accurately.

The Faculty handbook will indicate the courses that can be taken in pursuing a programme of study
and the relevant course code. Use this code to look up the all inclusive cost of the course in this
booklet. The sum of these costs will give you the total cost for the set of chosen courses. There are
no levies.

Since a student’s fees account is based on his/her academic load, it is the student’s responsibility
to verify the correctness of his/her enrolment for courses in the current year.

Faculty handbooks can be obtained from the relevant faculty office and this information is also
available on the UCT web site: http://www.uct.ac.za/apply/handbooks.

Courses added after the publication of this handbook will be listed on the Fees website at
http://www.uct.ac.za/apply/fees

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTION TUITION FEE


R
AAE2001S SPECIAL STUDY MODULE 2,620
AAE4002W ANAESTHESIA 970
AAE5000H ANAESTHESIA 820
AAE5001W ANAESTHESIA FOR EXTERNAL CREDIT 1,730
AAE7000W PHD ANAESTHESIA 11,180
AAE7001W MD IN ANAESTHESIA 11,180
AAE7002W MMED ANAESTHESIA PT 3 2,730
AAE7003W MMED ANAESTHESIA PT 1 7,140
AAE7004W MMED ANAESTHESIA PT 2 7,140
AAE7005W MPHIL CRITICAL CARE PT 1 7,140
AAE7006W MPHIL CRITICAL CARE PT 2 2,730
ACC1006F FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 4,270
ACC1006S FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 4,270
ACC1011S FINANCIAL REPORTING I 4,270
ACC1012S BUSINESS ACCOUNTING 4,270
ACC1014S UNDERSTANDING FIN STATEMENTS 4,270
ACC1106F FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 4,270
ACC1111S FINANCIAL REPORTING I 4,270
ACC2012W FINANCIAL REPORTING II 8,530
ACC2012Z FINANCIAL REPORTING II 2,150
ACC2018S CONTROL OF FINANCIAL INFO SYS 4,270
ACC2022F MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING I 4,270
ACC2022S MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING I 4,270
ACC2023F TAXATION I 4,270
ACC2023S TAXATION I 4,270
ACC2024F CORPORATE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 4,270
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ACC3004H TAXATION II 4,270


ACC3009W FINANCIAL REPORTING III 8,530
ACC3020W CORPORATE REPORTING 8,530
ACC3021H TAXATION & ESTATE DUTY IT 4,270
ACC3022H AUDITING I 4,270
ACC3023S MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING II 4,270
ACC3024F FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 4,270
ACC4000H TAXATION III 8,420
ACC4002H FINANCIAL GOVERNANCE 8,420
ACC4005W HONOURS IN ACCOUNTING 4,410
ACC4009W HONOURS IN FINANCIAL MAN 32,820
ACC4009Z HONS FINMAN TECHNICAL REPORT 6,680
ACC4010F TAXATION IV 16,420
ACC4011S INTERNATIONAL TAX I 16,420
ACC4020W MANAGERIAL ACC & FINANCE 2 8,420
ACC4023W FINANCIAL REPORTING IV 9,390
ACC4025H CORPORATE GOVERNANCE 8,420
ACC4028W HONS IN STRATEGIC COST MAN 17,790
ACC4033S HONS TAXATION TECH REPORT 6,680
ACC4035W BCOM HONS TAX TECH REPORT 6,680
ACC5000W MASTERS IN ACCOUNTING 11,460
ACC5002W ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 29,170
ACC5003W DISSERTATION IN FINANCIAL MAN 12,030
ACC5005W MASTERS DISSERTATION IN TAX 11,460
ACC5006F MASTERS DISSERTATION IN TAX 11,690
ACC5006S MASTERS DISSERTATION IN TAX 11,690
ACC5007W MA IN TAX GRP PROJ (MOOT CRT) 6,070
ACC5010F MASTERS TAXATION PART 1 12,120
ACC5011S MASTERS TAXATION PART 2 12,120
ACC5012F MASTERS TAXATION PART 3 6,070
ACC5021W CAPITAL MARKETS & FINANCE 6,680
ACC5027W MASTERS DISSERT STRAT COST MAN 12,030
ACC5028W MCOM FINMAN COURSEWORK 11,690
ACC5029W MCOM FINMAN RESEARCH REPORT 6,680
ACC5030W MCOM TAXATION COURSEWORK 32,820
ACC5031W MCOM TAXATION DISSERTATION 12,030
ACC6000W PHD IN ACCOUNTING 11,180
AGE1002S AFR & WORLD ARCHEOL 4,240
AGE1003H FND BIO ERT & ENV SCI 4,240
AGE2011S HUMAN EVOLUTION 5,610
AGE2012F SA HUNTERS & HERDERS 5,610
AGE3006H READING & RESEARCH 7,750
AGE3011F ROOTS OF BLACK ID 8,450
AGE3012S INTERACTION & TRANS 8,450
AGE3013H ARCHAEOLOGY IN PRACT 8,450
AGE4000W HONS: ARCHAEOLOGY 30,700
AGE5000W MASTERS: ARCHEOLOGY 15,560
AGE6000W PHD: ARCHAEOLOGY 11,180
AGI1000S UNDERSTANDING GENDER 3,870
AGI2001S GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT 5,150
AGI2002F GENDER, SEXUALITY, POLITICS 5,150
AGI3000F THEORIES, POLITICS AND ACTION 5,150
AGI3001S POLITICS OF GENDERED KNOWLEDGE 5,150
AGI4000F INTRO TO GENDER/TRANSFORMATION 4,580
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AGI4003H RESEARCH ESSAY / PROJECT 4,580


AGI4005S GENDER & VIOLENCE 4,580
AGI4007H GENDER ANALYSIS & RES DESIGN 4,580
AGI4008S DEVELOPMNT/CONFLICT/POL CHANGE 4,580
AGI5000W MASTERS IN GENDER STUDIES 15,560
AGI5007F GENDER RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES 2,610
AGI6000W PHD IN GENDER STUDIES 11,180
AHS1003F SPEECH AND HEARING SCIENCES 2,880
AHS1025S EARLY INTERVENTION 1,780
AHS1031S PREP ENTRY LEVEL PSYCH FOR HRS 6,200
AHS1032S OCC PERSPCTV ON HLTH & WELLBNG 4,000
AHS1033F MOVEMENT SCIENCE I 2,880
AHS1034S INTRO TO APPLIED PHYSIOTHERAPY 2,880
AHS1035F HUMAN OCCUPATION & DEVELOPMNT 4,000
AHS1036F FOUND CONCEPTS IN EARLY INTERV 3,730
AHS1038S FNDMNTL HUMAN OCC & DEV IA 4,970
AHS1039S FNDMT OF MOVE SCI & APP PHY IA 2,490
AHS1040F FNDMT OF MOVE SCI & APP PHY IB 3,730
AHS1041S FNDMNTALS OF SPEECH & HEAR SCI 4,970
AHS1042F HUMAN COMMUNICATION DEVELOPMNT 2,880
AHS1043S FND CONCPT IN HUMAN COMM DEV 2,490
AHS1044F FNDMNTL HUMAN OCC & DEV IB 4,970
AHS1045S BASIS OF HEARING & BALANCE 3,530
AHS1046F FOUNDS OF HEARING & BALANCE 4,970
AHS1047F PREP FOR ENTRY-LEVEL PSYCH: H&R II 6,200
AHS2043W OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY II 9,740
AHS2045F BECOMING A COMM THERAPIST 2,230
AHS2046F DIAGNOSTIC AUDIOLOGY 2,230
AHS2047S PAEDIATRIC REHAB AUDIOLOGY 2,230
AHS2050H CLINICAL PHYSIOTHERAPY I 6,720
AHS2052H MOVEMENT SCIENCE II 6,450
AHS2053H APPLIED PHYSIOTHERAPY 1 5,300
AHS2054S SPECIAL STUDY MODULE 2,620
AHS2106F CHILD LANGUAGE 3,540
AHS2107F CHILD SPEECH 2,230
AHS2108W CLINICAL SPEECH THERAPY 1 5,050
AHS2109S LANGUAGE LEARNING & LITERACY 2,230
AHS2110W CLINICAL AUDIOLOGY 1 5,050
AHS2111S DIAGNOSTIC AUD IN SPECIAL POPS 3,970
AHS2112W CLINICAL SCIENCES 1 2,930
AHS3004H CLINICAL SPEECH THERAPY II 3,970
AHS3008H CLINICAL AUDIOLOGY II 5,050
AHS3062F REHABILITATION TECHNOLOGY 3,970
AHS3065S ADULT REHABILITATIVE AUDIOLOGY 3,970
AHS3069W CLINICAL PHYSIOTHERAPY II 10,060
AHS3070H BECOMING A REHAB PROFESSNL I 3,970
AHS3071F ACQUIRED NEUROGEN LANG DISORD 3,970
AHS3072S PAED MOTOR SP DIS & DYSPHAGIA 3,970
AHS3073F ADULT MOTOR SPEECH DISORDERS 3,970
AHS3075F OAE'S & ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY 3,970
AHS3076H MOVEMENT SCIENCE III 4,850
AHS3077H APPLIED PHYSIOTHERAPY II 3,970
AHS3078H RESEARCH METHODS & BIOSTATS I 4,080
AHS3101W SIGN LANGUAGE 1,780
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 35

AHS3102F FLUENCY 3,970


AHS3103S VOICE 3,970
AHS3104S VESTIBULAR MANAGEMENT 3,970
AHS3105F PUBLIC HEALTH AUDIOLOGY 3,970
AHS3106W FOUNDTNS OCCUPTHER PRACT 5,850
AHS3107W OT THEORY & PRACT IN PHYS HEALTH 5,850
AHS3108W OT THEORY & PRACT IN MENTAL HLTH 5,850
AHS3109W CLINICAL SCIENCES II 2,930
AHS4000W RESEARCH REPORT 7,010
AHS4005H CLINICAL SPEECH THERAPY IIIA 10,060
AHS4006H CLINICAL SPEECH THERAPY IIIB 10,060
AHS4008H CLINICAL AUDIOLOGY IIIA 10,060
AHS4009H CLINICAL AUDIOLOGY IIIB 10,060
AHS4021W FOUNDATIONS & METHODS II (OT) 12,170
AHS4022W THEORY & PRACTICE II (OT) 12,980
AHS4023W PRACTICE LEARNING (OT) 13,470
AHS4030H HLTH ASSESS PREGN WOM & NEON A 2,210
AHS4031S HLTH ASSESS PREG WOM & NEON B 2,210
AHS4032H ADVANCED MIDWIFERY 4,410
AHS4033H ADVANCED MIDWIFERY CLINICAL PR 5,520
AHS4034F HLTH ASSESSM OF CRIT ILL ADULT 2,210
AHS4036H NURSING CRITIC ILL ADULT A 4,410
AHS4040H NURSING THE ILL CHILD 4,410
AHS4041H CHILD NURSING CLINICAL PRACTIC 5,520
AHS4048H RESEARCH METHODS 4,410
AHS4049H FUNDAMNTLS OF NURSING MNGMNT 4,410
AHS4050F BIOSCIENCES IN OPHTHALMIC NURSING 2,210
AHS4051H OPHTHAL NURS IN PRIM CARE SETT 6,610
AHS4052S OPHTH NURS IN SEC & TERT CARE 2,210
AHS4053H PRACTICE-BASED LEARNING 5,520
AHS4054S IMPACT OF CRITICAL CARE ENVIRONMNT 2,210
AHS4058F COMMUNICATING HLTH TO CHILDREN 2,210
AHS4059S PROMOTION OF SAFE MOTHERHOOD 2,210
AHS4060S FINANCIAL MNGT IN HEALTH SERV 3,310
AHS4061H CRIT CARE CHILD NURSING PRACT 4,410
AHS4063H NURSING THE CRIT ILL CHILD 4,410
AHS4064H CRITICAL CARE NURSING PRACTICE 5,520
AHS4065W CLINICAL PHYSIOTHERAPY III 19,350
AHS4066H BECOMING A REHAB PROF II 5,300
AHS4067F SEMINARS IN COMM SCIENCES 5,300
AHS4068S SEMINARS IN SPEECH-LANG PATH 2,990
AHS4069S SEMINARS IN AUDIOLOGY 2,990
AHS4070H HEALTHCARE & NURSING MNGMNT 4,410
AHS4071H APPLIED PHYSIOTHERAPY III 5,300
AHS4072H RESEARCH METHODS & BIOSTATS II 3,240
AHS4074S MATERNAL,CHILD& WOMEN'S HEALTH 2,210
AHS4075S ASSESSMENT OF THE CHILD A 2,210
AHS4076S ASSESSMENT OF THE CHILD B 2,210
AHS4078S COUNSELLING SKILLS 2,210
AHS4081H PROF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES A 3,310
AHS4082S PROF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES B 3,310
AHS4083F NURS MNGMNT PORTFOL DEVELOP 5,520
AHS4084S PRINCIPLES OF MENTORSHIP 2,210
AHS4085S EVALUATING TEACHING & LEARNING 2,210
36 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

AHS4087S TECHNOLOGY IN CRIT CARE NURSING 2,210


AHS4089F INTRO: DISABILITY AS DIVERSITY 4,900
AHS4090S CRIT PRIOR DISAB DIVERS & DEV 4,900
AHS4091W DEVELOP CRIT RESEARCH LITERACY 9,800
AHS4092S COMM-BASED DEV & PROJ MGT 4,900
AHS4093F BIOSCIENCES IN NEPHR NURSING 2,210
AHS4094F NEPHR NURS IN PRIM CARE SETT 2,210
AHS4095S NEPHR NURS IN SEC & TERT SETT 4,410
AHS4096W NEPHROLOGY NURSING PRACTICE 4,410
AHS4097F BIOSCIENCES IN OPHTHALMIC NURSING 2,210
AHS4098W NEUROSCIENCE NURSING 5,520
AHS4099S NEUROREHABILITATION NURSING 1,110
AHS4100W PRACTICE-BASD LEARN IN NEUROSCINUR 4,410
AHS4101S NURSING CLINICAL DIDACTICS 3,310
AHS4102W CURRICULUM DESIGN IN NURS ED 6,610
AHS4103F SCIENCE & LANG OF DERMATOLOGY 2,210
AHS4104F COMMON SKIN CONDITIONS 2,210
AHS4105S AGE-RELATED SKIN CONDITIONS 2,210
AHS4106S EMERGENCY & TERTIARY DERMATOLOGY 2,210
AHS4107S ENVIRONMENTAL DERMATOLOGY 2,210
AHS4108F DERMATOLOGY NURSING PRACTICA 4,410
AHS4109W NEONATAL CRITICAL CARE NURSING 4,410
AHS4110S COMMUNIC W MOTHER-INFANT DYADS 2,210
AHS4111W ASSESSMNT OF NEONATE IN CRITCARE 2,210
AHS4112W NEONATAL CRIT CARE NURS PRACTICE 4,410
AHS5000W MSC AUDIOLOGY BY DISS 15,560
AHS5001W MSC SPEECH-LANG PATH BY DISS 15,560
AHS5002W ADVANCED SPEECH-LANG PATH 7,930
AHS5003W MSC SPCH-LANG PATH MINOR DISS 15,840
AHS5005W MSC AUDIOLOGY MINOR DISS 15,840
AHS5006W PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 7,930
AHS5007W MSC NURSING BY DISS 15,560
AHS5011W MSC OCC THER MINOR DISS 15,840
AHS5012H DISABILITY STUDIES 2,320
AHS5014F RESEARCH METHODS 2,320
AHS5015F HUMAN OCCUPATION I 2,320
AHS5016S HUMAN OCCUPATION II 2,320
AHS5018F RESEARCH METHODS II 2,320
AHS5018S RESEARCH METHODS II 2,320
AHS5019W MSC PHYSIOTHERAPY BY DISS 15,560
AHS5022F THEORETICAL FOUND OF NURS PRAC 5,980
AHS5022S THEORETICAL FOUND OF NURS PRAC 5,980
AHS5024W MSC NURSING MINOR DISS 15,840
AHS5025S REHABILITATION 2,320
AHS5027W MSC OCCUP THERAPY BY DISS 15,560
AHS5031W MPHIL DISABIL STUD MINOR DISS 15,840
AHS5032H RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 1 1,070
AHS5033W SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPY 4,240
AHS5034W RESEARCH PROJECT 15,840
AHS5040S HEALTH PROMOTION & DEVELOPMENT 2,320
AHS5042S DISABILITY & CITIZENSHIP 2,320
AHS5043F POLICY PROCESS & DISAB RIGHTS 2,320
AHS6000W PHD OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 11,180
AHS6001W PHD PHYSIOTHERAPY 11,180
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 37

AHS7000W PHD IN AUDIOLOGY 11,180


AHS7001W PHD SPEECH-LANG PATHOLOGY 11,180
AHS7002W PHD NURSING 11,180
AHS7006W PHD DISABILITY STUDIES 11,180
APG1003W TECHNOLOGY I 6,000
APG1004F HISTORY & THEORY OF ARCH I 2,820
APG1005S HISTORY & THEORY OF ARCH II 2,820
APG1014S REPRESENTATION II 1,010
APG1015S PROGRAMMING FOR GEOMATICS 4,480
APG1016F GEOMATICS I 4,190
APG1017F ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT CLASS I 0
APG1018S ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT CLASS II 0
APG1019W ENVIRONMENT & SERVICES I 1,880
APG1020W DESIGN & THEORY STUDIO I 17,950
APG1021W REPRESENTATION I 6,000
APG2000F HISTORY & THEORY OF ARCH III 1,880
APG2003S HISTORY & THEORY OF ARCH IV 1,880
APG2009F THEORY OF STRUCTURES III 1,420
APG2011S THEORY OF STRUCTURES IV 1,420
APG2014S GEOMATICS II 5,990
APG2015F GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYST I 5,990
APG2016W SURVEYING I 5,990
APG2017X BASIC SURVEY CAMP 2,300
APG2018X GEOGRAPHIC INFO SYSTEMS CAMP 1,080
APG2019X PRACTICAL TRAINING I 0
APG2021W TECHNOLOGY II 6,000
APG2022W DESIGN & THEORY STUDIO II 17,950
APG2023F MANAGEMENT PRACTICE LAW I 960
APG2024S MANAGEMENT PRACTICE LAW II 960
APG2025W REPRESENTATION III 2,980
APG2026F ELEMENTARY SURVEYING 3,730
APG2027X WORK EXPERIENCE 0
APG2028W ENVIRONMENT & SERVICES II 1,880
APG2038W ENVIRON & SERVICES II 2,820
APG2039W DESIGN & THRY STUD II 18,460
APG3000F HISTORY & THEORY OF ARCH V 1,880
APG3001S HISTORY & THEORY OF ARCH VI 1,880
APG3008F THEORY OF STRUCTURES V 960
APG3010S THEORY OF STRUCTURES VI 960
APG3011S GEOGRAPHICAL INFO SYSTEMS II 5,990
APG3012S GEOMATICS III 5,990
APG3013F NUMERICAL METHODS IN GEOMATICS 3,980
APG3014X CONTROL SURVEY CAMP 2,300
APG3015X PRACTICAL TRAINING II 0
APG3016C SURVEYING II 2,800
APG3017D SURVEYING III 2,800
APG3020X SPATIAL DATA ANALYSIS PROJECT 1,080
APG3023W TECHNOLOGY III 6,000
APG3024W DESIGN & THEORY STUDIO III 20,940
APG3026F MANAGEMENT PRACTICE LAW III 960
APG3027Z CADASTRAL SURVEYING & REG PRO 6,260
APG3028X INDEPENDENT RESEARCH 0
APG3029W ENVIRONMENT & SERVICES III 1,880
APG3033W LAND AND CADASTRAL SURVEY LAW 3,730
38 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

APG3034W ENVIRON & SERVICES III 1,430


APG3035F THEORY OF STRUCT V 1,430
APG3036F MANAGE PRACT LAW III 2,850
APG3037W DESIGN & THRY STUD III 19,950
APG4001S GEODESY 5,590
APG4002Z LAND USE PLNNG & TOWNSHIP DES 3,980
APG4003Z RESEARCH REPORT 10,370
APG4004F REMOTE SENSING 5,770
APG4005F ENGINEERING SURVEYING & ADJUST 4,330
APG4006S GEOMATICS PRACTICE & LAND MGMT 2,800
APG4007F INTRODUCTORY GIS 5,770
APG4008F ADVANCED GIS 5,770
APG4009F COMPUTING FOR GIS 4,330
APG4010X GEOINFOMATICS CAMP 2,300
APG4011F GEOMATICS IV 5,770
APG4020F PLANNING THEORY & PRACTICE 1,930
APG4021F URBAN SYSTEMS 2,870
APG4022F PLANNING PROJECT A 7,610
APG4023S URBAN DEVELOP PROCESSES 2,870
APG4024S PLANNING & GOVT SYSTEMS 2,870
APG4025S REGULATORY & LEGAL FRAMEWORK 2,870
APG4026S PLANNING PROJECT B 7,610
APG4028F ASPECTS OF CITY DESIGN 2,870
APG4029F NATURAL SYSTEMS 2,870
APG4030F HAT LANDSCAPE ARCH A 2,580
APG4031F LANDSCAPE TECHNIQUES I 2,870
APG4032S LANDSCAPE DESIGN 2,680
APG4033S LANDSCAPE TECHNIQUES II 1,790
APG4034S TERRAIN ANALYSIS 2,680
APG4035F PLANNING TECHNIQUES I 2,870
APG4036F LOCAL AREA LNDSCAPE ARCH PROJ 7,610
APG4037S METRO LANDSCAPE PROJECT 8,540
APG4038S PLANNING TECHNIQUES II 970
APG4039F ADV HIST & THEORY OF ARCH 2,690
APG4040F ARCH RESEARCH METHODS 2,690
APG4041S ADVANCED BUILDING TECHNOLOGY 2,690
APG4042F ARCH DESIGN STUDIO I 8,410
APG4043S ARCH DESIGN STUDIO II 8,410
APG4044S PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 2,690
APG4045S RESEARCH REPORT 2,920
APG4047S PLANTS AND DESIGN 2,680
APG5000W MASTERS DISSERTATION GEOMATICS 17,050
APG5014F INTRO TO URBAN DESIGN THEORY 2,800
APG5020F REGIONAL PLANNING PROJECT 7,610
APG5023F REGIONAL PLANNING THEORY 4,760
APG5024S PLANNING TECHNIQUES III 1,790
APG5025F HAT LANDSCAPE ARCH B 2,680
APG5026F LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION 2,680
APG5029F LANDSCAPE ARCH PROJECT 8,540
APG5050Z MCPUD DISSERTATION 10,240
APG5051Z MCRP DISSERTATION 10,240
APG5052S MLA DISSERTATION 8,530
APG5053F PLANTS & DESIGN 2,680
APG5055F URBAN DESIGN PROJECT 8,310
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 39

APG5056F URBAN DESIGN THEORY 5,530


APG5057F ADV TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH 7,100
APG5058S DESIGN RESEARCH PROJECT 7,100
APG5059F ADV THEORY RESEARCH 7,100
APG5060W MAJOR DESIGN PROJECT 16,300
APG5067S RESEARCHING & ASSESSING HERITG 2,800
APG5071S RESEARCH PROJECT 7,330
APG5072F HISTORY OF CONSERV 2,820
APG5073F LAW OF CONSERV & DEV 2,820
APG5074F CONSER DISCIP & PRACT 1,880
APG5075F SURV MEAS & REC HERIT RES 1,880
APG5076S CONSER DEV & IMP ASSES I 1,870
APG5077S CONSERV DEV& IMP ASSES II 4,650
APG5078S RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES 4,650
APG6000W PHD THESIS GEOMATICS 11,180
APG8000W PHD ARCH & PLANNING THESIS 11,180
APG9000Z INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATE 2 MTHS 3,140
APG9001Z INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATE 2-4 MT 5,920
APG9002Z INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATE 4-6 MT 8,740
AST1000F INTRO TO ASTRONOMY 4,240
AST2002S ASTROPHYSICS 5,610
AST3002F STELLAR ASTROPHYSICS 8,450
AST3003S GAL & EXTRAGAL ASTRO 8,450
AST4007W HONS: ASTRO&SPACESCI 30,700
AST5000W MASTERS: ASTRONOMY 15,560
AST5001W MSC: NASSP-DISS 15,560
AST5003F MSC: NASSP-C/WK 15,220
AST6000W PHD: ASTRONOMY 11,180
BIO1000F CELL BIOLOGY 4,240
BIO1004S BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY 4,240
BIO2010F PRINCIPLES OF ECO&EVO 5,610
BIO2011S LIFE ON LAND: ANIMALS 5,610
BIO2012S LIFE ON LAND: PLANTS 5,610
BIO2013S LIFE IN THE SEA 5,610
BIO3002S MARINE ECOLOGY 8,450
BIO3003S INLAND WATERS 8,450
BIO3006F ECOSYSTEM ECOLOGY 8,450
BIO3010F SYSTEM & MACRO EVOL 8,450
BIO3011S GLOBAL CHANGE ECOL 8,450
BIO3012F VERT: BIO&BEHAV ECOL 8,450
BIO3013F GLOBAL CHANGE ECOL 8,450
BIO3014S GENES POP & BIODIV 8,450
BIO3015F ECOSYSTEMS ECOLOGY 8,450
BIO3016S SYSTEMATICS&MACROEVO 8,450
BIO3017S MARINE RESOURCES 8,450
BOT4000W HONOURS: BOTANY 30,700
BOT5000W MASTERS: BOTANY 15,560
BOT5001Z BIODIVERSITY & CLIMATE CHANGE 2,500
BOT5002H CLIMATE CHANGE (MINOR DISS) 5,430
BOT6000W PHD: BOTANY 11,180
BUS1003H INTRO TO ACTUARIAL SCIENCE 4,270
BUS1004W INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT 8,530
BUS1005F INTRO TO CORPORATE FINANCE 4,270
BUS1007S INTRO TO ORG PSYCHOLOGY 4,270
40 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

BUS1033F PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 4,270


BUS1033S PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 4,270
BUS1035S PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 4,270
BUS1036F EVIDENCE-BASED MANAGEMENT 4,270
BUS1036S EVIDENCE-BASED MANAGEMENT 4,270
BUS1037H ISSUES AROUND BUSINESS 4,270
BUS2010F MARKETING I 4,270
BUS2010S MARKETING I 4,270
BUS2014F ORG BEHAVIOUR & RESEARCH 4,270
BUS2015S ORG DESIGN & RESOURCING 4,270
BUS2016H FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS 4,270
BUS2019S FINANCE I 4,270
BUS2020F BUSINESS FINANCE 4,270
BUS3002F ORG LEARNING & WELLNESS 4,270
BUS3003S PERFORM & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS 4,270
BUS3008W MARKETING RESEARCH I 4,270
BUS3009W FINANCIAL REPORTING III 8,530
BUS3014F INTRO TO MARKETING RESEARCH 4,270
BUS3018F ACTUARIAL SCIENCE II MODELS 4,270
BUS3024S ACT SCI II CONTINGENCIES 4,270
BUS3026W FINANCE II 8,530
BUS3038S PROJECT & OPERATIONS MNGT 4,270
BUS3039F PEOPLE MANAGEMENT 4,270
BUS3039S PEOPLE MANAGEMENT 4,270
BUS3040F EXPERIENCING ENTREPRENEURSHIP 4,270
BUS3041F MARKETING IIA 4,270
BUS3043S MARKETING IIC 4,270
BUS3044F FINANCE IIA 4,270
BUS3045S FINANCE IIB 4,270
BUS4002H TRAINING EVALUATION HONS REP 5,460
BUS4006W ORG PSYCH HONS COURSEWORK 25,830
BUS4013H ACTUARIAL PROJECT 4,270
BUS4016S PROMOTION & ADVERTISING MNGT 3,010
BUS4017S CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR 3,010
BUS4018S RETAIL & SERVICE MARKETING 3,010
BUS4019S INDUSTRIAL & INT MARKETING 3,010
BUS4025H MARKETING PROJECT 4,270
BUS4026W MARKETING HONOURS 22,020
BUS4027W ACTUARIAL SCIENCE III: ASSETS 8,530
BUS4028F ACT SC III: FIN ECONOMICS 4,270
BUS4029H ACTUARIAL RESEARCH PROJECT 4,270
BUS4030H ORG PSYCH HONS RESEARCH PAPER 5,660
BUS4034S PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 4,270
BUS4035F INTRO TO SPORT MANAGEMENT 3,010
BUS4036S PRINCIP OF SPORTS MED & EX PHY 3,010
BUS4037S THE BUSINESS OF SPORT 3,010
BUS4038S SPORT ADMINISTRATION 3,010
BUS4039S SPORT MANAGEMENT IN PRACTICE 3,010
BUS4049W ORGANISATIONAL PROJECT 5,980
BUS4050W BUSINESS STRATEGY 8,530
BUS4051H FINANCE RESEARCH PROJECT 8,530
BUS4052H MARKETING RESEARCH PROJECT 8,530
BUS4053H QUANT FINANCE PROJECT 4,270
BUS4054S THE POLITICS OF ENTERPRISE 3,010
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 41

BUS4056S APPLIED CORPORATE FINANCE 4,270


BUS4057F APPLIED INVESTMENTS 4,270
BUS4058F BUSINESS TO BUSINESS MARKETING 4,270
BUS4067F BUSINESS IN CONTEXT 3,010
BUS4070S FINANCIAL CONTROLS & IS 3,010
BUS4071S ELECTIVE (TOURISM) 3,010
BUS4072S INTERNSHIP (PGDM) 3,010
BUS4073H BUS COMM & CAREER DEV 3,010
BUS4074S ELECTRONIC MARKETING 3,010
BUS4075S MANAGEMENT THEORY IN PRACTICE 3,010
BUS4078F ENTREPRENEURIAL STRATEGIES 3,010
BUS4079S RESEARCH METHODS FOR TOURISM 3,010
BUS4080F TOURISM THEORY AND SYSTEMS 3,010
BUS4082S RESPONSIBLE TOURISM 3,010
BUS4083W FINANCE HONS ADV TOPICS & RES 12,750
BUS4084H QUANTITATIVE FINANCE PROJECT 4,270
BUS4085S STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT PROJECT 3,010
BUS4086F FINANCE HONOURS SPECIAL TOPICS 4,270
BUS4087S FINANCE HONS SELECTED TOPICS 4,270
BUS4088S ACTUARIAL SCIENCE III ASSETS 4,270
BUS4100W TRAINING EVALUATION HONS CRSE 24,920
BUS4103F EFFECTIVE PEOPLE PRACTICES 3,010
BUS5000W MASTERS IN BUSINESS SCIENCE 5,660
BUS5002W MASTERS DISSERTATION IN BUSSCI 5,660
BUS5018F LIFE INSURANCE 8,530
BUS5019F PENSIONS 8,530
BUS5028S PENSIONS SPECIALIST 8,530
BUS5033W ORG PSYCHOLOGY MASTERS (CRSWK) 23,530
BUS5034H ORG PSYCHOLOGY MASTERS (DISS) 6,640
BUS5035S SPECIALIST FINANCE-INVESTMNT A 8,530
BUS5036H MONITORING & PROG EVALUATION 6,640
BUS5037W MONITORING & PROG EVAL CRSEWRK 23,530
BUS5039F HEALTHCARE SPECIALIST 8,530
BUS5040S GENERAL INSURANCE 8,530
BUS5042F HEALTH AND CARE 8,530
BUS6000W PHD IN BUSINESS SCIENCE 11,180
BUS9004Z POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW 0
CAS1001S AFRICA: CULTURE, ID & GLBLSN 1,730
CAS2001S CULTURE, ID & GLBLSN IN AFRICA 5,150
CAS4004F DEBATES IN AFRICAN STUDIES 4,580
CAS4005F RACE, CULTURE & IDENTITY IN AF 4,580
CAS4005H RESEARCH ESSAY / PROJECT 4,580
CAS4006F PUBLIC CULTURE IN AFRICA 4,580
CAS4009S AFRICAN STUDIES READING COURSE 4,580
CAS4012S THE AFRICAN STUDIES ARCHIVE 4,580
CAS5000W MASTERS IN AFRICAN STUDIES 15,560
CAS5007F PROBLEMATISING THE STUDY OF AF 5,180
CAS5008W MINOR DISSERTATION 9,470
CAS5009S CRITICAL ISSUES IN HERITAGE ST 5,180
CAS6000W PHD IN AFRICAN STUDIES 11,180
CEM1000W CHEMISTRY 1000 8,450
CEM1008F CHEM FOR ENGINEERS 4,240
CEM1009H CHEMISTRY 1009 4,240
CEM1010F CHEMISTRY 1010 4,240
42 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

CEM1011F CHEM FOR MED STUD 4,240


CEM1011X CHEM FOR MED STUD 2,120
CEM1012S CHEM FOR PHYSIO 2,120
CEM2007F PHYSCHEM & SPECTRO 5,610
CEM2008S ORG & INORG CHEM 5,610
CEM2013S CHEM IN HLTH&DISEASE 5,610
CEM3005W CHEMISTRY 3005 16,860
CEM4000W HONOURS: CHEMISTRY 30,700
CEM5000W MASTERS: CHEMISTRY 15,560
CEM5004W MASTERS:TERT CHEM ED 15,560
CEM6000W PHD: CHEMISTRY 11,180
CEM6001W PHD: TERT CHEM EDUC 11,180
CEMO011S CHEM FOR MED STUD 2,120
CHE1000P INTRO TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 3,930
CHE1000Z INTRO TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 3,730
CHE1004W ENGINEERING I 7,970
CHE2031F MATERIAL & ENERGY BALANCES 4,650
CHE2031P MATERIAL & ENERGY BALANCES 4,180
CHE2032F DESIGN OF CHEMICAL PROCESSES 1,990
CHE2033W CHEMICAL ENGINEERING LAB I 1,080
CHE2035S THERMODYNAMICS I 2,800
CHE2040S DES OF FLUID FLOW & HEAT TRANS 4,650
CHE3000X PRACTICAL TRAINING 0
CHE3035S BIOPROCESS TECHNOLOGY I 2,120
CHE3039S CHEM & CHEM ENG OF CAT PROC 1,880
CHE3040S SOLID-FLUID OPERATIONS 2,800
CHE3043S SEPARATION PROCESSES 3,730
CHE3044F REACTOR DESIGN I 2,800
CHE3046F THERMODYNAMICS II 2,980
CHE3049W CHEMICAL ENGINEERING LAB II 4,240
CHE3050S CHEMICAL PROCESS UNIT DESIGN 1,410
CHE3053S SEPARATION PROCESSES 3,730
CHE3054S REACTOR DESIGN II 3,730
CHE3062S PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 3,270
CHE3063F MASS TRANSFER 3,980
CHE3064S MINERAL & METALLURGICAL PROC I 1,880
CHE3065S SIMULATION FOR CHEMICAL ENG 1,880
CHE3066S CRYSTALLIZATION&PRECIPITATION 1,880
CHE4024F INTRO TO ENVIRONMENT PROC ENG 1,880
CHE4029Z PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 1,880
CHE4036Z CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN 7,250
CHE4042F PROCESS DYNAMICS & CONTROL 3,980
CHE4045Z CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PROJECT 8,310
CHE4048F BUSINESS SOCIETY & ENVIRONMENT 4,650
CHE4049F PROCESS SYNTH & EQUIP DESIGN 5,000
CHE4050F MINERAL& METALLURGICAL PROC II 1,880
CHE5000W MSC CHEMICAL ENG DISSERTATION 17,050
CHE5002Z MSC CHEMICAL ENG PART DISSERT 15,530
CHE5022Z INTRODUCTION TO CATALYSIS 3,650
CHE5030Z ADV ENGINEERING STATISTICS I 1,850
CHE5033Z APPLIED MATHS & MODELING II 1,880
CHE5040Z FUELS&CHEMICALS FROM OIL 2,750
CHE5041Z INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS I 950
CHE5042Z INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS II 950
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 43

CHE5043Z INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS III 950


CHE5045Z FUELS&CHEMS FROM COAL&SYNGAS 2,750
CHE5047Z INTRO TO MOLECULAR MODELING 1,850
CHE5048Z CRYSTALLISATION & PRECIPITAT 2,750
CHE5054Z BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORY 950
CHE5055Z RESEARCH COMM & METHODOLOGY 3,650
CHE5056Z BIOLEACH OF SULFIDE MATERIALS 1,850
CHE5057Z FUNDAMENTAL HYDROMETALLURGY 2,750
CHE5058Z LEACHING HYDROMETALLURGY 2,750
CHE5059Z HYDROMETALLURGICAL SEP PROCES 2,750
CHE5060Z SOLVENT EXTRACTION 1,850
CHE5063Z ADV TOPICS IN ADSORPTION 1,850
CHE5064Z SUSTAINABILITY IN CHEMICAL ENG 3,650
CHE5066Z COMPUTING FOR ENGINEERS 1,870
CHE5069Z SEPARATIONS & THERMODYNAMICS 1,850
CHE5070Z ADV BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING 3,650
CHE5072Z FUNDAMENTALS OF PROCESS MODEL 950
CHE5078Z NUMERICAL METHODS FOR ENG 3,650
CHE5082Z DISSERTATION PREPARATION 4,200
CHE6000W PHD CHEMICAL ENG THESIS 11,180
CHE9004Z POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW 0
CHM2001S SPECIAL STUDY MODULE 2,620
CHM4000F COMM EYE HEALTH 2020 6,540
CHM4001F HLTH PROM&HR DEV FOR VIS 2020 3,270
CHM4002F MANAGEMENT FOR VISION 2020 6,540
CHM4003W IMPLEMENTATION OF VISION 2020 8,150
CHM5001W MSC(MED) SURGERY 15,560
CHM5002W MSCMED UROLOGY 15,560
CHM5003W SURGERY 7,070
CHM5004H TRAUMA 2,390
CHM5005H ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY 2,390
CHM5006W SURGERY FOR EXTERNAL CREDIT 6,890
CHM6000W SURGERY (INCL ALLIED DISC) 10,590
CHM6001W MPHIL EMERGENCY MEDICINE PT 1 15,840
CHM6002W MPHIL EMERGENCY MEDICINE PT 2 15,840
CHM6003W MPHIL GASTROENTEROLOGY PT 1 7,140
CHM6004W MPHIL IN SURG GASTROENTER PT 2 2,730
CHM6005F CLINICAL RESEARCH METHODS I 1,760
CHM6006F CLINICAL RESEARCH METHODS II 2,640
CHM6007F EMERGENCY CARE I 1,760
CHM6008F EMERGENCY CARE II 1,760
CHM6009S EMERGENCY CARE SYSTEMS & MGMNT 2,640
CHM6010S RESUSCITATION & CRITICAL CARE 2,640
CHM6011W BASIC PREHOSPITAL MEDICAL RESCUE 1,760
CHM6012F DISASTER MEDICINE 2,640
CHM6013S EDUCAT & TRAINING IN EMERG CARE 1,760
CHM6014S PRIM CARE FOR EMERG CARE WORKERS 1,760
CHM6015S ULTRASOUND IN EMERG MED 2,640
CHM6016W MPHIL EMERG MED MINOR DISS 10,570
CHM6017W MPHIL EMERG MED LOGBOOK 2,640
CHM6018W AFRICAN EMERGENCY CARE 2,640
CHM6019W MPHIL EMERGENCY CARE MINOR DISS 15,840
CHM6020W SURGERY FOR EXTERNAL CREDIT 1,730
CHM6061W MMED PAED SURGERY PT 3 2,730
44 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

CHM7001W PHD SURGERY 11,180


CHM7002W MD IN SURGERY 11,180
CHM7004W MMED SURGICAL DISCIPL PT 1 7,140
CHM7008W MMED SURGERY PT 2B 7,140
CHM7009W MMED SURGERY PT 3 2,730
CHM7010W MMED SURGICAL DISC PT 2A 7,140
CHM7012W MMED PLAST&RECON SURG PT 2B 7,140
CHM7013W MMED PLAST&RECON SURG PT 3 2,730
CHM7014W MPHIL PAED SURGERY PT 1 5,130
CHM7016W MSC(MED) CARDIOTHORACIC SURG 15,560
CHM7017W PHD CARIOTHORACIC SURGERY 11,180
CHM7018W MD CARDIOTHORACIC SURGERY 11,180
CHM7019W MMED CARDIOTHOR SURG PT 2B 7,140
CHM7020W MMED CARDIOTHOR SURG PT 3 2,730
CHM7024W PHD NEUROSURGERY 11,180
CHM7025W MD NEUROSURGERY 11,180
CHM7026W MMED NEUROSURGERY PT 2B 7,140
CHM7027W MMED NEUROSURGERY PT 3 2,730
CHM7030W MMED OPHTHALMOLOGY PT 2 7,140
CHM7031W MMED OPHTHALMOLOGY PT 3 2,730
CHM7032W MMED OPHTHALMOLOGY PT 1 7,140
CHM7033W PHD ORTHOPAED SURGERY 11,180
CHM7034W MD ORTHOPAED SURGERY 11,180
CHM7035W MMED ORTHOPAED SURG PT 2B 7,140
CHM7036W MMED ORTHOPAED SURG PT 3 2,730
CHM7037W MSCMED OTORHINOLARYNGOL 15,560
CHM7038W PHD OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY 11,180
CHM7039W MD OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY 11,180
CHM7040W MMED OTORHINOLARYNGOL PT 2 7,140
CHM7041W MMED OTORHINOLARYNGOL PT 3 2,730
CHM7042W PHD UROLOGY 11,180
CHM7043W MD NEUROLOGY 11,180
CHM7044W MMED UROLOGY PT 2B 7,140
CHM7045W MMED UROLOGY PT 3 2,730
CHM7046W PHD PLAST RECON&MAX-FAC SURG 11,180
CHM7047W MD PLAST RECON& MAXFAC SURG 11,180
CHM7050W PHD OPHTHALMOLOGY 11,180
CHM7051W MD OPHTHALMOLOGY 11,180
CHM7052W MPHIL VASCULAR SURGERY PT 1 7,140
CHM7053W MPHIL VASCULAR SURG PT 2 2,730
CHM7055W MSCMED IN EMERGENCY MED 15,560
CHM7056W MMED EMERGENCY MEDICINE PT 1 7,140
CHM7057W MMED EMERGENCY MEDICINE PT 2 7,140
CHM7058W MMED EMERGENCY MEDICINE PT 3 2,730
CHM7059W MMED PAED SURGERY PT 1 7,140
CHM7060W MMED PAEDIATRIC SURGERY PT 2 7,140
CHM7062W MSCMED NEUROSCIENCE 15,560
CHM7063W PHD IN NEUROSCIENCE 11,180
CHM7064W PHD IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE 11,180
CIV1004W ENGINEERING I 8,440
CIV1006S BUILDING SCIENCE I 3,730
CIV2011F MECHANICS OF MATERIALS 3,730
CIV2020X PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE 0
CIV2031S STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING I 3,730
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 45

CIV2034S SPATIAL DATA ACQUISITION & MGM 3,990


CIV2035X CIVIL ENGINEERING CAMP 1,070
CIV2037F EXPERIMENTAL METHODS & STATS 4,240
CIV2039S GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING I 3,730
CIV2040S FLUID MECHANICS 1,880
CIV3031F STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING II 3,730
CIV3035S STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING III 3,730
CIV3042S GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING II 3,730
CIV3043F HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING 3,730
CIV3044F ENGINEERING HYDROLOGY 1,850
CIV3045F TRANSPORTATIONAL PLANNING 3,730
CIV3046F WATER TREATMENT 2,810
CIV3047S URBAN WATER SERVICES 2,810
CIV4031F STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING IV 3,730
CIV4034F GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING II 3,730
CIV4035C DESIGN PROJECT 6,250
CIV4041F PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 3,730
CIV4042F WASTEWATER TREATMENT 3,730
CIV4043F URBAN DESIGN & MANAGEMENT 3,730
CIV4044F THESIS 12,440
CIV4044S THESIS 12,440
CIV5000W MSC CIVIL ENGINEERING DISSERT 17,050
CIV5000Z MSC CIVIL ENGINEERING PART DIS 15,530
CIV5001Z CIVIL ENGINEERING REPORT 3,810
CIV5002Z STRUCT CONCRETE PROP & PRACTIC 3,650
CIV5006Z ADV STRUCTURAL CONCRETE ENG 3,650
CIV5017Z MINOR DISSERTATION 7,340
CIV5032Z INTR TO WASTEWATER TREATMENT 950
CIV5041Z BRIDGE ANALYSIS & DESIGN 3,650
CIV5045Z THE ACTIVATED SLUDGE SYSTEM 2,300
CIV5046Z SEDIMENTATION IN WATER TREATMT 1,850
CIV5047Z SEWAGE SLUDGE TREATMENT 1,850
CIV5048Z DESIGN OF BIO NUTR REMOVAL SYS 4,580
CIV5050Z INTEGR WSTWTR TRTMT PLNT DESGN 4,550
CIV5055Z STRUCTURAL PERFORMANCE ASSESS 3,650
CIV5064Z DEVELPG CITIES ISSUES & STRAT 6,200
CIV5065Z URBAN RENEWAL 6,200
CIV5067Z MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE MGMT 6,200
CIV5085S ADVANCED STRUCTURAL STEEL ENG 3,650
CIV5086Z ADV STRUCT MECHANICS WITH APPL 2,950
CIV5100F PLATE & SHELL STRUCTURES I 3,650
CIV5103Z REHAB & REPAIR OF CONCRETE STR 3,650
CIV5107Z URBAN WATER MANAGEMENT 6,200
CIV5108Z ADV MECH OF MATERIALS 3,650
CIV5109Z DISSERTATION PREPARATION 4,200
CIV5110S LAB & FIELD TECHNIQUES 3,650
CIV5111F GROUND IMPROVE TECH 3,650
CIV5112F STABLTY & DESGN STEEL STRUC 3,650
CIV5112S STABLTY & DESGN STEEL STRUC 3,650
CIV5113S STRUC DYNAMICS APPLIC 3,650
CIV6000W PHD CIVIL ENGINEERING DISSERT 11,180
CIV9000Z INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATE 2 MTH 3,140
CIV9001Z INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATE2-4 MTH 5,920
CIV9002Z INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATE 4-6 MT 8,740
46 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

CIV9003Z INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATE 6-12 M 11,660


CML1001F BUSINESS LAW I 3,870
CML1001L BUSINESS LAW I 3,870
CML1004S BUSINESS LAW I 3,870
CML2001F COMPANY LAW 3,870
CML2001L COMPANY LAW 3,870
CML2005F LABOUR LAW 3,870
CML2005L LABOUR LAW 3,870
CML2010L BUSINESS LAW II 3,870
CML2010S BUSINESS LAW II 3,870
CML3001W CORPORATION LAW 6,980
CML4006W COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS LAW 6,980
CML5009H REVENUE LAW 3,490
CML5013H LABOUR LAW - LLB 3,490
CML5016S TRUSTS AND ESTATE PLANNING 1,740
CML5022S ELECTRONIC LAW 1,740
CML5023S COMPETITION LAW 1,740
CML5030F CONFLICT RESOLUTION 1,740
CML5401H INDEPENDENT RESEARCH OPTION 1,740
CML5402H RFG: LABOUR LAW 1,740
CML5425H RFG: COMMERCIAL LAW 1,740
CML5429H RFG: LAW & REG INTEG IN AFRICA 1,740
CML6000W MASTERS IN COMMERCIAL LAW 9,140
CML6001F ADV COMPANY LAW: SECURITIES 9,620
CML6006W MASTERS IN COMMERCIAL LAW DISS 4,820
CML6007W PG DIP LAW (LABOUR) RES PAPER 2,410
CML6011W MASTERS IN TAX LAW DISS PART 4,820
CML6013S COLLECTIVE LABOUR LAW 9,620
CML6013W MASTERS IN INTERNAT'L LAW DISS 4,820
CML6014W MASTERS IN LABOUR LAW DISS 4,820
CML6015W PG DIP TAX LAW RES PAPER 2,410
CML6016F INT'L & COMPARATIVE LABOUR LAW 9,620
CML6016W MASTERS IN SHIPPING LAW DISS 4,820
CML6017W PG DIP LAW (SHIP) RES PAPER 2,410
CML6020W PG DIP LAW (COMM'L) RES PAPER 2,410
CML6022S PENSIONS AND SOCIAL SECURITY 9,620
CML6023W PG DIP LAW (EMPLOY) RES PAPER 2,410
CML6024S ADMIRALTY JURISDICTION & PRACT 9,620
CML6025F MARITIME LAW 9,620
CML6026S CARRIAGE OF GOODS BY SEA 9,620
CML6029W PG DIP LAW (ELECTR) RES PAPER 2,410
CML6030W MASTERS IN LAW (ELECTR LAW) DI 4,820
CML6031S CONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION 9,620
CML6033W PG DIP LAW (ARBITR) RES PAPER 2,410
CML6040F INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW 9,620
CML6041S COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION 9,620
CML6051F INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYMENT LAW 9,620
CML6054S COMPETITION LAW 9,620
CML6055S ADV CPNY LAW: CORP GOVERNANCE 9,620
CML6058S ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS LAW 9,620
CML6061W TAX LAW 19,220
CML6063W ADVANCED TAX LAW 19,220
CML6064S LAW & REG INTEGRATION IN AFR 9,620
CML6070F ADVANCED INSURANCE LAW 9,620
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 47

CML6071F NEGOTIATION 9,620


CML6072S CORPORATE FINANCING 9,620
CML6073S INT'L COMMERCIAL TRANS LAW 9,620
CML6074W MASTERS IN INT TRADE LAW DISS 4,820
CML6075W PG DIP LAW (COMPANY) RES PAPER 2,410
CML7000W PHD IN COMMERCIAL LAW 11,180
CML7001W LLD IN COMMERCIAL LAW (THESIS) 11,180
CML7002W LLD IN COMMERCIAL LAW (PBL WK) 4,150
CON1004W CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY I 7,420
CON1007X PRACTICAL TRAINING 0
CON1010S CONSTRUCTION INFO SYSTEMS 1,990
CON1011F PROPERTY STUDIES IA 3,730
CON1012S PROPERTY STUDIES IB 2,970
CON1015S PROPERTY INFORMATION SYSTEMS 1,990
CON1017S PROPERTY INVESTMENT MATHS I 1,500
CON1018W BUILDING TECHNOLOGY I T 3,730
CON1019F PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 3,730
CON1019S PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 3,730
CON1020F MANAGEMENT & ENTERPRIZE 4,210
CON2006W CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY II 7,420
CON2013X PRACTICAL TRAINING 0
CON2020S CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT I 2,970
CON2022W MEASUREMENT&DESIGN APPRAISAL I 3,730
CON2024S PROPERTY STUDIES IIA 2,970
CON2027F REAL PROPERTY LAW I 3,730
CON2029S MEASUREMENT 1,500
CON2030F PROPERTY INVESTMENT MATHS II 1,880
CON2031S PROPERTY STUDIES IIB 2,970
CON3012W CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY III 7,420
CON3023X PRACTICAL TRAINING 0
CON3030S CONSTRUCTION COSTING 2,970
CON3031W MEASUMNT & DESIGN APPRAISAL II 7,420
CON3032W APPLIED CONTRACT LAW I 2,800
CON3033F PROPERTY STUDIES I 3,730
CON3034F PROPERTY STUDIES IIIA 3,730
CON3035S PROPERTY STUDIES IIIB 2,970
CON3036W PROPERTY & CONTRACT LAW 3,730
CON3038W CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT II 7,420
CON3039S CONSTRUCTION MANAGMENT I T 3,730
CON3040W COST ENGINEERING I T 3,730
CON3041F PROPERTY STUDIES IIIC 3,730
CON3043W COST ENGINEERING 3,730
CON3044S GLOBALISATION & BUILT ENVIRON 4,210
CON4030F PROPERTY STUDIES II 3,600
CON4032F MEASUMNT& DESIGN APPRAISAL III 2,690
CON4033W APPLIED CONTRACT LAW II 3,600
CON4034W PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 4,850
CON4035X PRACTICAL TRAINING 0
CON4037S CIVIL ENGINEERING MEASUREMENT 2,880
CON4038F ADV CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 3,600
CON4039S INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT PROJECT 3,600
CON4041S ADVANCED PROPERTY STUDIES A 2,880
CON4042F ADVANCED PROPERTY STUDIES B 2,880
CON4043S APPLIED PROPERTY LAW 2,880
48 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

CON4045F HOUSING DEV & MGMT I T 3,600


CON4047W RESEARCH REPORT 7,720
CON4048S ADVANCED PROPERTY STUDIES C 3,600
CON4049S CONSTRUCTION INNOVATION 3,600
CON5006Z PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT 6,200
CON5007Z PROPERTY LAW 6,200
CON5008Z URBAN LAND ECONOMICS 6,200
CON5009Z PROPERTY FINANCE 6,200
CON5010Z MINOR DISSERTATION 7,340
CON5013Z PROPERTY VALUATION 6,200
CON5014Z PROJ MGMT & SYSTEMS THEORY 6,200
CON5016Z PROJ PLAN & IMPLEMENTATION 6,200
CON5018Z HRM & COMMUNICATION 6,200
CON5021Z PROPERTY PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT 6,200
CON5022Z TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT 6,200
CON5023Z RESEARCH REPORT PROJECT MGMT 7,340
CON5024W MSC CEM DISSERTATION 17,050
CON5029Z PROJECT RISK MANAGEMENT 6,200
CON5030Z PROJECT FINANCE & PROCUREMENT 6,200
CON5032Z RESEARCH REPORT HOUSING DEV 7,340
CON5034Z MSC PROPERTY STUDIES DISSERT 15,530
CON5036Z INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH 1,250
CON5037Z RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 1,910
CON5041Z BASIC APPLIED STATISTICS 1,250
CON5042Z FURTHER APPLIED STATISTICS 1,870
CON5043Z PROP VALUATION THEORY & PRAC 6,200
CON5044Z ADVANCED PROP VALUATION 6,200
CON6009W PHD CEM THESIS 11,180
CON9001Z INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATE 2-4 MT 5,920
CSC1010H COMPUTER SCI 1010 4,140
CSC1011H COMPUTER SCI 1011 4,140
CSC1015F COMPUTER SCI 1015 4,140
CSC1016S COMPUTER SCI 1016 4,140
CSC1018F COMPUTER SCI 1018 4,140
CSC2001F COMPUTER SCI 2001 5,500
CSC2002S COMPUTER SCI 2002 5,500
CSC2003S COMP GAMES & SIMUL 5,500
CSC3002F COMPUTER SCI 3002 8,270
CSC3003S COMPUTER SCI 3003 8,270
CSC3012Z OPERATING SYSTEMS I 2,080
CSC3015D THEORY OF ALGORITHMS 4,140
CSC3020H 3D & DIST GAMES DSG 8,270
CSC3021F OPERATING SYSTEMS 4,140
CSC4000W HONS: COMPUTER SCI 30,530
CSC4003W TOPICS IN COMP SCI 24,960
CSC4015Z OPERATING SYSTEMS II 2,080
CSC4016W HONS: INFO TECHNOL 30,530
CSC5000W MASTERS: COMP SCI 15,560
CSC5001W MASTERS:COMPSCI CW 30,740
CSC5002W MASTERS IN COMPUTER SCI (DISS) 15,560
CSC5004W MASTERS IN INFO TECHNOL (DISS) 15,560
CSC5005H MASTERS IN INFO TECHNOL A (C/WK) 15,370
CSC5006H MASTERS IN INFO TECHNOL B (C/WK) 15,370
CSC6000W PHD: COMPUTER SCI 11,180
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 49

DOC4002F BIOSTATISTICS FOR DEMOGRAPHERS 1,990


DOC4003F SOCIAL RESEARCH METHODS 1,760
DOC5000Z DISSERTATION 5,660
DOC5001F BASIC DEMOGRAPHY 2,040
DOC5001S BASIC DEMOGRAPHY 2,040
DOC5002S TECHNIQUES OF DEMOGRAPHIC EST 2,040
DOC5003S POPULATION PROJECTIONS & MODEL 2,040
DOC5004F TOPICS IN POPULATION STUDIES 2,040
DOC5005F TOPICS IN S.AFRICAN DEMOGRAPHY 2,040
DOC6000W PHD DEMOGRAPHY 11,180
DOH1002F LANGUAGE IN HUMANITIES 3,870
DOH1004S ACADEMIC LIT IN THE HUMANITIES 3,870
DOH1005F LANGUAGE IN PERFORMING ARTS 3,870
DOH2001F 1ST SEMESTER EXCHANGE 14,350
DOH2001S 2ND SEMESTER EXCHANGE 14,350
DOH5000F 1ST SEMESTER EXCHANGE 5,180
DOH5001S 2ND SEMESTER EXCHANGE 5,180
DOH9005Z FOREIGN ELECTIVE (2 MONTHS) 3,090
DOH9006Z FOREIGN ELECTIVE (2-4 MONTHS) 5,830
DOH9007Z FOREIGN ELECTIVE (4-6 MONTHS) 8,610
DOH9008Z FOREIGN ELECTIVE (6-12 MONTHS) 11,480
DOH9009Z POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP 0
DOL3000X MOOT COMPETITION 0
DOL3001X COMMUNITY SERVICE 0
DOL4000H INTEGRATIVE ASSESSMENT PROJECT 1,100
DOL6000F LEGAL PRACTICE 9,200
DOL6000S LEGAL PRACTICE 9,200
DOL6000Z LEGAL PRACTICE 9,200
DOL9000Z POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW 0
DOL9007Z FOREIGN ELECTIVE (2-4 MONTHS) 5,830
DOM7000Z SUPERNUMERARY 3 MONTHS 2,390
DOM7001Z SUPERNUMERARY 4-6 MONTHS 4,770
DOM7002Z SUPERNUMERARY 7-12 MONTHS 7,140
DOM9000Z POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW 0
DOM9002Z MEDICAL ELEC (2 MNTHS OR LESS) 3,090
DOM9006Z MEDICAL ELECTIVE (4-6 MONTHS) 8,610
DOM9007Z MEDICAL ELECTIVE (6-12 MONTHS) 11,480
DRM1012W ACTING I (ENGLISH) 8,960
DRM1017H STAGECRAFT A 4,500
DRM1018H STAGECRAFT B 4,500
DRM1023W ACTING I (BILINGUAL) 8,960
DRM1024H VOICE I (ENGLISH) 4,500
DRM1025H VOICE I (BILINGUAL) 4,500
DRM1026H MOVEMENT I 4,500
DRM1027F INTRO TO THEATRE & PERF A 3,870
DRM1028S INTRO TO THEATRE & PERF B 3,870
DRM2010F MAKING THEATRE MEAN(ING) 4,020
DRM2011S LEARNING THRU DRAMA & THEATRE 4,020
DRM2012W ACTING II (ENGLISH) 8,960
DRM2023W ACTING II (BILINGUAL) 8,960
DRM2024H VOICE II (ENGLISH) 4,500
DRM2025H VOICE II (BILINGUAL) 4,500
DRM2026H MOVEMENT II 4,500
DRM2027F INVESTIGATING COMMNTY THEATRE 4,020
50 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

DRM3010F CONTEMPORARY PERFORMANCE 5,350


DRM3018S INTRODUCTION TO DIRECTING 5,350
DRM3021H PERFORMANCE SKILLS 4,500
DRM3026H MOVEMENT III 5,970
DRM3027H PROFESSNL PRAC IN THE THEATRE 5,970
DRM3028W COMMUNITY THEATRE PRACTICE 13,400
DRM3029H THEATRE FIELDWORK 5,970
DRM3030W ACTING III (ENGLISH) 13,400
DRM3031W ACTING III (BILINGUAL) 13,400
DRM3032H VOICE III (ENGLISH) 4,500
DRM3033H VOICE III (BILINGUAL) 4,500
DRM3034W THEATRE MAKING III 17,900
DRM3035W ACTING PRACTICE III (ENGLISH) 11,920
DRM3036W ACTING PRACTICE III BILINGUAL 11,920
DRM3037H VOICE PRACTICE III (ENGLISH) 5,970
DRM3038H VOICE PRACTICE III (BILINGUAL) 5,970
DRM4000H THEATRE AND RESEARCH 4,580
DRM4001H ACTING FOR CAMERA 4,580
DRM4002H PLAY DIRECTING 4,580
DRM4003H THEATRE & DRAMA EDUCATION 4,580
DRM4004H THEATRE AT WORK 4,580
DRM4016H STAGE ACTING 4,580
DRM4017H READINGS IN DRAMA & THEATRE 4,580
DRM4018H PROJECT DEVELOPMENT 4,580
DRM4019S MULTI-CAMERA TV DRAMA 4,580
DRM4020H THEATRE VOICE 4,580
DRM4030W ACTING IV (ENGLISH) 17,900
DRM4031W ACTING IV (BILINGUAL) 17,900
DRM4032H VOICE IV (ENGLISH) 5,970
DRM4033H VOICE IV (BILINGUAL) 5,970
DRM4034W THEATRE MAKING IV 17,900
DRM4035H PLAYWRITING 4,580
DRM4036H TECHNICAL THEATRE MANAGEMENT 4,580
DRM4037H PICTURISATION 4,580
DRM5000W MASTERS IN DRAMA 15,560
DRM5003W THEATRE & PERFORMANCE PART A 17,420
DRM5010W DRAMA & THEATRE STUDIES: RES 9,470
DRM5013W THEATRE & PERFORMANCE PART B 7,450
DRM5014H TOPICS IN APPLIED THEATRE ST 5,180
DRM5015H APPLIED THEATRE PRACTICE 7,780
DRM5016H APPLIED THEATRE FIELDWORK 5,180
DRM5017H APP DRAMA/THEATRE STUDIES 7,780
DRM5018W MINOR DISSERTATION/PROJECT 20,130
DRM5019W ADAPTATION 5,180
DRM5020W DIRECTING ACTORS (SCREEN) 5,180
DRM5021W PRE-PRODUCTION 5,180
DRM5022W SCRIPTWRITING 5,180
DRM6000W PHD IN DRAMA 11,180
DSC9000Z POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW 0
DSC9005Z POSTGRAD AFFILIATE 0
ECO1006F ECONOMICS FOR NON-SPECIALISTS 4,270
ECO1007S ECONOMICS FOR ENGINEERS 4,270
ECO1010F MICROECONOMICS 4,270
ECO1010H MICROECONOMICS 4,270
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 51

ECO1010S MICROECONOMICS 4,270


ECO1010X MICROECONOMICS 4,270
ECO1011F MACROECONOMICS 4,270
ECO1011S MACROECONOMICS 4,270
ECO1110F MICROECONOMICS 4,270
ECO1110H MICROECONOMICS 4,270
ECO2003F MICROECONOMICS II 4,270
ECO2003J MICROECONOMICS II 4,270
ECO2004J MACROECONOMICS II 4,270
ECO2004S MACROECONOMICS II 4,270
ECO2007S COOPERATION AND COMPETITION 4,270
ECO2008S DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS 4,270
ECO3009F NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS 4,270
ECO3009S NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS 4,270
ECO3016F HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT 4,270
ECO3020F ADV MACRO & MICRO ECONOMICS 4,270
ECO3021S QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ECON 4,270
ECO3022F ADV. LABOUR & DEVELOPMNT ECON 4,270
ECO3022S ADV. LABOUR & DEVELOPMNT ECON 4,270
ECO3023S PUBLIC SECTOR ECONOMICS 4,270
ECO3024F INTERNATIONAL TRADE & FINANCE 4,270
ECO3025S APPL. INTERN. TRADE BARGAINING 4,270
ECO4006F MACROECONOMICS 4,270
ECO4007F MICROECONOMICS 4,270
ECO4013S INTERNATIONAL FINANCE 4,270
ECO4016F ECONOMETRICS 4,270
ECO4018F FIN ANALYSIS & PORTFOLIO MAN 19,560
ECO4018S FIN ANALYSIS & PORTFOLIO MAN 19,560
ECO4018Z FIN ANALYSIS & PORTFOLIO MGMNT 39,090
ECO4020S ECONOMIC CHALLENGES IN AFRICA 4,270
ECO4021W RESEARCH & WRITING I 4,270
ECO4026S ECONOMY & ITS FIN. MARKETS 4,270
ECO4027S THE ANALYSIS OF SURVEY DATA 4,270
ECO4028S POLICY ANALYSIS 4,270
ECO4031X COMPUTAT. POLITICAL ECONOMY 4,270
ECO4032S ECOS OF INDUS. REGUL. & FIRMS 4,270
ECO4051S DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS 4,270
ECO4052S ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS 4,270
ECO4053S FINANCIAL ECONOMICS 4,270
ECO4100F SECURITIES LEGISLATION 4,270
ECO4100S SECURITIES LEGISLATION 4,270
ECO4101F CORPORATE FIN & EQUITY VAL 4,270
ECO4101S CORPORATE FIN & EQUITY VAL 4,270
ECO4102F PORTFOLIO OPTIMISATION 4,270
ECO4102S PORTFOLIO OPTIMISATION 4,270
ECO4104F FINANCIAL MODELLING & STATS 4,270
ECO4104S FINANCIAL MODELLING & STATS 4,270
ECO4105F ECONOMICS MODULE 4,270
ECO4105S ECONOMICS MODULE 4,270
ECO4106F HONOURS LONG ESSAY 4,270
ECO4106S HONOURS LONG ESSAY 4,270
ECO4108F FUTURES, OPTIONS & DERIVATIVES 4,270
ECO4108S FUTURES, OPTIONS & DERIVATIVES 4,270
ECO4109F ACCOUNTING FOR PORTFOLIO MANAG 4,270
52 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

ECO4109S ACCOUNTING FOR PORTFOLIO MANAG 4,270


ECO4111F FIXED INCOME SECURITY ANALYSIS 4,270
ECO4111S FIXED INCOME SECURITY ANALYSIS 4,270
ECO4112F MATHS AND STATS FOR ECONOMISTS 4,270
ECO4113S LABOUR ECONOMICS 4,270
ECO4114S ECO OF CONFLICT, WAR & PEACE 4,270
ECO5000W MASTERS IN ECON FULL DISS 5,660
ECO5001F ECONOMICS OF PRIVATE IMPULES & PUBLIC COSTS 4,270
ECO5001S ECONOMICS OF PRIVATE IMPULES & PUBLIC COSTS 4,270
ECO5003F GOVERNANCE & GROWTH 4,270
ECO5011F QUANTITATIVE METHODS OF ECO 4,270
ECO5020F ADVANCED MICRO ECONOMICS 4,270
ECO5021F ADVANCED MACROECONOMICS 4,270
ECO5023W MINOR DISSERTATION 5,660
ECO5025F ASSET PRICING 4,270
ECO5025S ASSET PRICING 4,270
ECO5030S ECO GROWTH:THEORY & EVIDENCE 4,270
ECO5045X QUANTITATIVE METHODS OF ECO 2,040
ECO5046F ADVANCED ECONOMETRICS 4,270
ECO5050S INTERNATIONAL FINANCE 4,270
ECO5052S NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS 4,270
ECO5057S LABOUR ECONOMICS 4,270
ECO5062S APPLIED INTERNATIONAL TRADE 4,270
ECO5064S INSTITUTIONAL BEHAVIOURAL ECON 4,270
ECO5066W MASTERS IN ECON HALF DISS 5,660
ECO5069S APPLIED TIME SERIES ANALYSIS 4,270
ECO5070S MICROECONOMETRICS 4,270
ECO5073F PROBLEMS OF GLOBALISATION 4,270
ECO5074F RESEARCH & POLICY TOOLS 4,270
ECO5074S RESEARCH & POLICY TOOLS 4,270
ECO5075S MACROECO POL & DESIGN LOW INC COUNTRIES 4,270
ECO5076Z ECONOMICS OF CLIMATE CHANGE 4,240
ECO6000W PHD IN ECONOMICS 11,180
ECO6003W DOCTORAL QUANTITATIVE METHODS 4,640
ECO6004W DOCTORAL MICROECONOMICS 4,640
ECO6005S MACROECONOMICS I 4,270
ECO6006S MICROECONOMICS I 4,270
ECO6007F MICROECONOMICS II 4,270
EDN1000H INTRODUCTION TO ADULT LEARNING 3,530
EDN1001H ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT 3,530
EDN1014W DESIGN & FACIL LEARNG EVENTS 3,530
EDN2000H FOUNDATN OF ADULT LEARNG THRY 3,530
EDN2001H FIELD STUDY 3,530
EDN2016W FIELDS & SITES OF ETD PRACTICE 3,530
EDN3000F ADULT LEARNING AND TEACHING 3,530
EDN3001S PROFESSIONAL & POLICY STUDIES 3,530
EDN4000W SUBJECT METHOD: ENGLISH 3,170
EDN4001W SUBJECT METHOD: AFRIKAANS 3,170
EDN4002S ADULT ED & SOC TRANSFORMATION 3,170
EDN4002W SUBJECT METHOD: FRENCH 3,170
EDN4004H GET MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM A 1,440
EDN4005H GET MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM B 1,440
EDN4006H FET MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM A 1,440
EDN4006W SUBJECT METHOD: GEOGRAPHY 3,170
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 53

EDN4007H FET MATHS CURRICULUM B 1,440


EDN4007W SUBJECT METHOD: HISTORY 3,170
EDN4008H MATHS LITERACY CURRICULUM A 1,440
EDN4008W SUBJECT METHOD: BIOLOGY 3,170
EDN4009H MATHS LITERACY CURRICULUM B 1,440
EDN4009W SUBJECT METHOD: MATHEMATICS 3,170
EDN4011W SUBJECT METHOD: PHYS SCIENCE 3,170
EDN4012W SUBJECT METHOD: ACCOUNTANCY 3,170
EDN4013W SOCIAL & ECONOMIC SCIENCES 1,610
EDN4015W SUBJECT METHOD: ART 3,170
EDN4017W SUBJECT METHOD: SPEECH & DRAMA 3,170
EDN4019W SUBJECT METHOD: ECONOMICS 3,170
EDN4023W SUBJECT METHOD: COMP SCIENCE 3,170
EDN4030W SUBJECT METHOD: ART PRACTICAL 3,170
EDN4043W PLAY PRODUCTION IN SCHOOLS 0
EDN4045W HEALTH EDUCATION AND FIRST AID 0
EDN4046W PRIMARY METHOD: XHOSA 1,610
EDN4047W SUBJECT METHOD: LATIN 3,170
EDN4049W EXPRESSIVE ARTS 1,610
EDN4052W SUBJECT METHOD: GUIDANCE 3,170
EDN4058W SCHOOL EXPERIENCE 5,530
EDN4084W PRIMARY METHOD: ENGLISH 1,610
EDN4085W PRIMARY METHOD: AFRIKAANS 1,610
EDN4086W PROFESSIONAL STUDIES 5,530
EDN4087W EDUCATION 5,530
EDN4094W GAMES COACHING 0
EDN4096W LIFESKILLS 1,610
EDN4103W SCIENCE & MATHS IN NEW CURRIC 2,860
EDN4107W SCIENCE CONTENT A 2,860
EDN4108W SCIENCE CONTENT B 2,860
EDN4109W SCIENCE CONTENT C 2,860
EDN4110W COMMUNIC SKILLS IN ENGLISH (H) 0
EDN4111W COMMUNIC SKILLS IN AFRIK (H) 0
EDN4114W COMMUNIC SKILLS IN AFRIK (L) 0
EDN4119W SUBJECT METHOD: XHOSA 3,170
EDN4120W EVALUATION RESEARCH PROJECTS 3,170
EDN4121W MATHS LITERACY: NUMBER 2,860
EDN4122W MATHS LITERACY: ALGEBRA 2,860
EDN4123W MATH LITERACY: DATA HANDLING 2,860
EDN4124W GET MATHS: NUMBER 2,860
EDN4125W GET MATHS: ALGEBRA 2,860
EDN4126W COMMUNIC SKILLS IN XHOSA (H) 0
EDN4127W GET MATHS: SHAPE & MEASUREMENT 2,860
EDN4128W GET MATHS: DATA HANDLING 2,860
EDN4129W NATURAL SCIENCE IN NEW CURRIC 2,860
EDN4131H TEACHING NATURAL SCIENCES A 1,440
EDN4132H TEACHING NATURAL SCIENCES B 1,440
EDN4133W NATURAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 1,610
EDN4134W PRIMARY METHOD: MATHEMATICS 1,610
EDN4137W SUBJECT METHOD: DESIGN 3,170
EDN4140W SCIENCE CONTENT D (PHYSICS) 2,860
EDN4141W SCIENCE CONTENT E (CHEMISTRY) 2,860
EDN4142W MATHEMATICS FOR SCIENCE TEACHERS 2,860
EDN4143W LIFE ORIENTATION IN PERSPECT 2,860
54 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

EDN4144W LIFE SKILLS & SOCIAL EDUCATION 2,860


EDN4145W COMMUNITY HLTH & THE SCHOOL 2,860
EDN4146W LIFE SKILLS PRACTICUM 2,860
EDN4147W RES REPORT: LIFE ORIENTATION 2,860
EDN4148W MATH LITERACY:SHAPE MEASUREMNT 2,860
EDN4149W FET MATHS: NUMBER 2,860
EDN4150W FET MATHS: ALGEBRA 2,860
EDN4151W FET MATHS: SHAPE/MEAS 2,860
EDN4152W FET MATHS: DATA HANDLING 2,860
EDN4153W PHYS SCIENCE IN NEW CURRICULUM 2,860
EDN4154H TEACHING PHYSICAL SCIENCES A 1,440
EDN4155H TEACHING PHYSICAL SCIENCES B 1,440
EDN4160W SCHOOL LEADERSHIP & MGT IN SA 2,860
EDN4161W COMPUTER LITERACY 2,860
EDN4162W EFFECTIVE LANGUAGE SKILLS 2,860
EDN4164W MANAGEMENT PORTFOLIO 2,860
EDN4165W LEADING & MANAGING PEOPLE 2,860
EDN4166W MANAGE RESOURCES 2,860
EDN4167W POLICY, PLANNING & GOVERNANCE 2,860
EDN4168W MANAGING TEACHING AND LEARNING 2,860
EDN4170W MANAGE SUBJECT/LEARNING AREA 2,860
EDN4171W MENTORING FOR SCHOOL MANAGERS 2,860
EDN4172H FOUNDATION CURRIC LEADERSHIP A 2,860
EDN4173H FOUNDATION CURRIC LEADERSHIP B 2,860
EDN4174W LEARNING IN FOUNDATION PHASE 2,860
EDN4175W TEACHING IN FOUNDATION PHASE 2,860
EDN4176W FOUNDATION PHASE NUMERACY 2,860
EDN4177W FOUNDATION PHASE LITERACY 2,860
EDN4178H INTERMEDIATE CURR LEADERSHIP A 2,860
EDN4179H INTERMEDIATE CURR LEADERSHIP B 2,860
EDN4180W LEARNING IN INTERMEDIATE PHASE 2,860
EDN4181W TEACHING IN INTERMEDIATE PHASE 2,860
EDN4182W INTERMEDIATE PHASE MATHEMATICS 2,860
EDN4183W INTERMEDIATE PHASE LANGUAGE 2,860
EDN4184F ADULT ED & DEVELOPMENT 3,530
EDN4185F ADULT ED & THE WORKPLACE 3,530
EDN4186F LITERACY & ADULT BASIC ED 3,530
EDN5000F LEARNING & TEACHING IN H ED 4,120
EDN5003F TEACHERS/CLASSROOMS/MEANINGS 3,840
EDN5006S TEACHING & ASSESS IN OBE 3,840
EDN5012F MATHS CURRIC, PEDAGOGY & SOC 3,840
EDN5018S ONLY ENGLISH 3,840
EDN5023F INTRO TO STUDIES IN EDUCATION 3,840
EDN5034W RES PAPER IN SCHOOL SUBJECT 3,840
EDN5047F AN INVITATION TO CURRICULUM 3,840
EDN5051S LANGUAGE IN SA SCHOOLING 3,840
EDN5055F SCIENCE PRACTICAL WORK IN ED 3,840
EDN5073F POLITICS & HISTORY IN SA ED 3,840
EDN5090S SCHOOL MATHEMATICS 3,840
EDN5091S ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION 3,840
EDN5094S LEARNING & COGNITION 3,840
EDN5095F LITERACY IN THEORY & PRACTICE 3,840
EDN5095S LITERACY IN THEORY & PRACTICE 3,840
EDN5096S ED MANAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP 3,840
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 55

EDN5098F RESEARCH METHODS 3,840


EDN5101S ON-LINE LEARNING DESIGN 3,840
EDN5102S PRIMARY SCHOOL LEARNING 3,840
EDN6000S RES IN MATHS ED: CLASSROOM MAT 3,840
EDN6000W MED 15,560
EDN6001F PEDAGOGY, KNOWLEDGE & SOCIETY 4,120
EDN6002S SCIENCE ED IN PRACTICE 4,120
EDN6004S CHANGING FRAMWKS OF CURRICULUM 4,120
EDN6005S KNOWLEDGE/LEARNING/ORG OF WORK 4,120
EDN6005S KNOWLEDGE/LEARNING/ORG OF WORK 4,120
EDN6006F ADLT LEARN IN INFORMAL CONTEXT 4,120
EDN6009F STUDENT LEARN TEACH/ASSESSMENT 4,120
EDN6011F TEACHING&THE MODERN CONDITION 4,120
EDN6015F ADV ED RES DESIGN & METHODS 4,120
EDN6015S ADV ED RES DESIGN & METHODS 4,120
EDN6016S EMERGNT LITERACY 4,120
EDN6027F RES IN MATHS ED: CURRICULUM 4,120
EDN6037F EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT 4,120
EDN6038S ECONOMICS/EQUITY/ED POLICY 4,120
EDN6055F EDUCATIONAL REFORM 4,120
EDN6057W MINOR DISSERTATION 9,470
EDN6058F ED MANAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP 4,120
EDN6069S RESEARCH IN HISTORY EDUCATION 4,120
EDN6070F ENG AS ADD LANG IN SCHOOLING 4,120
EDN6076F LANG & LITERACY IN THEORY/USE 4,120
EDN6077S LEARNING/ COGNITION/TECHNOLOGY 4,120
EDN6078S EDU PROG IMPLEMENTATN/EVALUATN 4,120
EDN6079S LITERACY, WORK & ABE 4,120
EDN6080S ACADEMIC LITERACIES 4,120
EDN6081F SPECIAL TOPICS IN EDUCATION 4,120
EDN6091F ADULT LEARNING & EXPERIENCE 4,120
EDN6092S WORKPLACE ED / TRAINING POLICY 4,120
EDN6094F LEARNING & TEACHING:SCIENCE ED 4,120
EDN6095S CONTEMPORARY ISSUES:SCIENCE ED 4,120
EDN6097S RES IN MATHS ED: MATHS TOPICS 4,120
EDN6099F ICTS IN EDUCATION 4,120
EDN6100S ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION IN HE 4,120
EDN6101F CURR, KNOWL & POL IN HE 4,120
EDN6102S ED ICTS FOR DEV CONTEXTS 4,120
EDN6103F LEARNING & COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT 4,120
EDN6104F TEACHING, CURRICULUM & RESEARCH 4,120
EDN7000W PHD IN EDUCATION 11,180
EEE1000X PRACTICAL TRAINING 0
EEE1003W COMPUTING FOR ELEC ENGINEERS 3,730
EEE1004W ENGINEERING I 7,970
EEE2026S ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PART 2 4,650
EEE2030F ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING I 2,800
EEE2031S ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING II 2,800
EEE2035F SIGNALS & SYSTEMS I 2,800
EEE2036S PROBABILITY & STAT DSGN IN ENG 2,800
EEE2038W FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICAL ENG 5,590
EEE2039W FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONIC ENG 8,980
EEE2040F BASICS OF ELECTRONIC ENG 5,590
EEE3000X PRACTICAL TRAINING 0
56 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

EEE3017W DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 3,980


EEE3031S ENERGY UTILIZATION 1,880
EEE3044S ENERGY CONVERSION & UTILISATION 1,880
EEE3055F ELECTROMAGNETIC ENGINEERING 4,650
EEE3057S POWER ENGINEERING 4,650
EEE3061W MECHATRONICS DESIGN I 2,800
EEE3062F DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 2,800
EEE3063F TRANSMISSION LINES 2,350
EEE3064W DIGITAL ELECTRONICS & MICROPRO 3,730
EEE3068F ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS 2,800
EEE3069W CONTROL ENGINEERING 4,650
EEE3070S MEASUREMENT & MICROPROCESSOR 1,880
EEE3073S PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 3,270
EEE3074W EMBEDDED SYSTEMS 4,650
EEE3078W DIGITAL EMBEDDED & ADAPTIVE SYs 10,190
EEE3081F CONTROL ENGINEERING A 2,350
EEE3082S CONTROL ENGINEERING B 2,350
EEE3083F COMM SYSTEM & NETWORK DESIGN 1 2,800
EEE3084W COMM SYSTEM & NETWORK DESIGN 5,590
EEE3085S COMM SYSTEMS &NETWORK DESIGN 2 2,800
EEE3086F SIGNALS & SYSTEMS II 2,800
EEE4001F DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING 4,650
EEE4006F PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 1,880
EEE4013F CONTROL SYSTEMS 2,120
EEE4022F THESIS PROJECT 10,370
EEE4022S THESIS PROJECT 10,370
EEE4026F DIGITAL COMMUNICATION ENG 4,650
EEE4036A ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN 1,750
EEE4036C ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN 1,880
EEE4051F NEW VENTURE PLANNING 1,880
EEE4080C ELECTRICAL MACHINES & DRIVES 1,880
EEE4084F DIGITAL SYSTEMS 4,650
EEE4086F RF & MICROWAVE SYSTEMS 4,650
EEE4087F MOBILE BROADBAND NETWORKS 4,650
EEE4088F WIRELESS COMM SYSTEMS DES 4,650
EEE4089F POWER DISTRIBUT & TRANS NETWKS 4,650
EEE4090F POWER SYST ANAL OPER & CONTROL 4,650
EEE4093F PROCESS CONTROL & INSTRUMENTA 4,650
EEE4096S NEURAL, FUZZY & EVOLVING SYSTE 1,880
EEE4098F ACOUSTICS & NOISE CONTROL ENG 2,800
EEE4099F ELEC MACHINES & POWER ELECTRON 4,650
EEE4101F INTRO NUCLEARPOWER ENGINEERING 4,650
EEE4103F NUCLEAR POWER SOURCES 2,800
EEE5000W MSC ELECTRICAL ENG DISSERT 17,050
EEE5002Z MSC ELECTRICAL ENG PART DISS 15,530
EEE5004Z MASTERS PROJECT TELECOMMS 7,340
EEE5018Z MULTIVARIABLE CONTROL SYSTEM D 3,650
EEE5024W SPACE TECHNOLOGY 5,590
EEE5025Z WIRELESS DATA NETWORKS & SYSTE 3,410
EEE5026Z CONVERGENT TELECOMM & DATA NET 3,410
EEE5027Z NETWORK & INTERNET SECURITY 3,410
EEE5029Z BROADBAND NETWORKS 3,410
EEE5030Z FORMAL METHODS & ANALY OF COMP 3,410
EEE5032Z DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS 4,550
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 57

EEE5033Z ADV TOPICS IN COMMUN & NETWORK 7,340


EEE5034Z SPECIAL TOPICS IN ELEC ENG 1,850
EEE5103Z DISSERTATION PREPARATION 4,200
EEE5104F INTRO TO RADAR SYSTEMS 3,410
EEE5104S INTRO TO RADAR SYSTEMS 3,410
EEE5105F FUNDAMENTALS OF RADAR 4,550
EEE5105S FUNDAMENTALS OF RADAR 4,550
EEE5106F INTRO ELECTRONIC DEFENCE 3,410
EEE5106S INTRO ELECTRONIC DEFENCE 3,410
EEE5107F ANTENNA THEORY 4,550
EEE5107S ANTENNA THEORY 4,550
EEE5108F ADVANCED RADAR 4,550
EEE5108S ADVANCED RADAR 4,550
EEE5109F MULTITARGET MULTISENSOR 4,550
EEE5109S MULTITARGET MULTISENSOR 4,550
EEE5110F CLUTTER 4,550
EEE5110S CLUTTER 4,550
EEE5111F HIGH RES IMAGING RADAR 4,550
EEE5111S HIGH RES IMAGING RADAR 4,550
EEE5112F RADAR SYSTEM MODELLING 4,550
EEE5112S RADAR SYSTEM MODELLING 4,550
EEE6000W PHD ELECTRICAL ENG THESIS 11,180
EEE9006Z INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATE 2 MTHS 3,140
EGS1003S GEOG, DEV & ENVIRO 4,240
EGS1004S INTRO EARTH & ENV SC 4,240
EGS1005F INTRO ENV ASSESSMENT 4,240
EGS2013F THE PHYSICAL ENVIRO 5,610
EGS2014S CHALLENGES: SA CITY 5,610
EGS3012S ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE 8,450
EGS3020F ENVIRO CHANGE&CHALL 8,450
EGS3021F ENVIRO SUSTAINABILITY 8,450
EGS3022S GEOGRAPHIC THOUGHT 8,450
EGS4001W HONS: ATMOSPHERE SCI 30,700
EGS4004W HONOURS: EGS 30,700
EGS4006F INTRO ENVIRO ASS&MGT 8,450
EGS4008W HONS: DISASTER RISK 30,700
EGS4011F ENVIRO MANAGEMENT 6,160
EGS4016S CAPITAL, POL & NATURE 6,160
EGS4017F RES SKILLS IN ENV MGT 6,160
EGS4021X RES PROJ IN EGS (BA) 6,160
EGS4023F RES METHOD IN NAT SC 6,160
EGS4024Z CLIMATE MODELLING 6,160
EGS4027S QUATERN PALAEOECOL 6,160
EGS4030F DISASTER RISK SCI I 6,160
EGS4033F GEOGRAPHY OF DEVELOP 6,160
EGS4034F GLOBAL & THE NAT ENV 6,160
EGS4037S MANAGE CONFLICT 6,160
EGS4038F CLIMATE CHNGE&PREDIC 6,160
EGS4039F URBAN FOOD SECURITY 6,160
EGS4040F TOPIC IN HUM/ENVIRO 6,160
EGS4040S TOPIC IN HUM/ENVIRO 6,160
EGS4041F PHYS&ENV SCI ISSUES 6,160
EGS4041S PHYS&ENV SCI ISSUES 6,160
EGS4042F CULTURAL GEOGRAPHIES 6,160
58 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

EGS4043S LIVING W GLOB CHANGE 6,160


EGS5000W MASTERS: EGS 15,560
EGS5003W MASTERS: EGS 15,560
EGS5008H MPHIL: ENVIRO MGT CW 15,220
EGS5009W MPHIL: ENVIRO MGT DISS 15,560
EGS5010H MASTERS: EGS CW 15,220
EGS5011H MPHIL:DISASTERRISK C 15,220
EGS5020W MASTERS: EGS DISS 15,560
EGS5021W MPHIL: DISASTERRISK D 15,560
EGS5022F INDEP RES READING 7,700
EGS5022S INDEP RES READING 7,700
EGS5023X RES PROJ IN EGS (MA) 7,700
EGS5025Z EVAL & MTR IN ENV MGT 7,700
EGS5029H CLIMATE CHANGE (MINOR DISS) 5,430
EGS5030S CLIMATE MODELLING 3,800
EGS5038F CLIMATE CHANGE &PREDICTABILITY 3,800
EGS5043S LIVING WITH GLOBAL CHANGE 3,800
EGS6002W PHD: EGS 11,180
EGS6003W PHD: EGS 11,180
ELL1013F ENGLISH LITERARY STUDIES 3,870
ELL1013P ENGLISH LITERARY STUDIES 3,870
ELL1016S ENGLISH LITERARY STUDIES II 3,870
ELL1017H ENGLISH FOUNDATION 3,870
ELL1032F INTRO TO LANGUAGE STUDIES 3,870
ELL1033S INTRO TO APPLIED LANGUAGE STUD 3,870
ELL1034S LINGUISTICS FOUNDATION 3,870
ELL1035F SOCIOLINGUISTICS FOUNDATION 3,870
ELL2007F AFRICAN LIT & LANG STUDIES I 5,150
ELL2010S AFRICAN LIT & LANG STUDIES II 5,150
ELL2014F SHAKESPEARE & COMPANY 5,150
ELL2015S ROMANCE TO REALISM 5,150
ELL2018F LINGUISTICS II A 5,150
ELL2019S LINGUISTICS II B 5,150
ELL3005F MODERNISM 5,150
ELL3008S POSTMODERNISM 5,150
ELL3021F LINGUISTICS IIIA 5,150
ELL3022S LINGUISTICS IIIB 5,150
ELL4001H RESEARCH ESSAY / PROJECT 4,580
ELL4017S POETRY OF WILBUR & NEMEROV 4,580
ELL4034F LITERARY NON-FICTION IN AFRICA 4,580
ELL4035S STUDIES IN THE MODERN NOVEL 4,580
ELL4040F LANGUAGE CONTACT/ BILINGUALISM 4,580
ELL4043F MODERN LING THOUGHT I 4,580
ELL4044S SPECIAL TOPIC: READING COURSE 4,580
ELL4045S LING APPROACH: STUDY OF NARRAT 4,580
ELL4046S LANGUAGE VARIATION 4,580
ELL4047F TYPOLOGY & UNIVERSALS 4,580
ELL4049S MODERN LING THOUGHT II 4,580
ELL4055F TOPICS IN SYNTAX 4,580
ELL4056S PIDGINS, CREOLES, NEW ENGLISHE 4,580
ELL4061F LITERATURE/LANGUAGE STUDIES I 4,580
ELL4062F LITERATURE/LANGUAGE STUDIES II 4,580
ELL4063H DIRECTED READING IN ENGLISH 4,580
ELL4064F THE WORLD OF GEOFFREY CHAUCER 4,580
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 59

ELL4064S THE WORLD OF GEOFFREY CHAUCER 4,580


ELL4066S GENDER & LITERATURE 4,580
ELL4068S STUDIES IN GENRE & PERIOD 4,580
ELL4070S DECONSTRUCTION & AESTHETICS 4,580
ELL4071F AFRICAN LINGUISTICS 4,580
ELL4072S AFRICAN LANGUAGES IN EDUCATION 4,580
ELL4073S MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT 4,580
ELL4074S CURRENT THOUGHT IN AFRICAN LIT 4,580
ELL5000S RES METHOD:PROBS IN TEXTUALITY 5,180
ELL5000W MASTERS IN ENGLISH 15,560
ELL5001W MINOR DISSERTATION 9,470
ELL5022W MASTERS IN LINGUISTICS 15,560
ELL5023W CREATIVE WRITING PART A 11,210
ELL5024W CREATIVE WRITING POETRY CRSWK 10,330
ELL5025W CREATIVE WRITING PART B 11,210
ELL5030F LANG/LIT/MODERNITY I 5,180
ELL5031S LANG/LIT/MODERNITY II 5,180
ELL5032F THEORIES/HIST OF MODERNITY 5,180
ELL5033H DIRECTED READING PROJECT 5,180
ELL5037F TERMINOLOGY & TERMINOGRAPHY 5,180
ELL5038F HUMAN LANGUAGE TECHNOLOGY 5,180
ELL5039S TRANSLATING & INTERPRETING 5,180
ELL5040S THEORIES OF REPRESENTATION 5,180
ELL6000W PHD IN ENGLISH 11,180
ELL6002W PHD IN LINGUISTICS 11,180
END1008Z INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION 1,880
END1017F MATHEMATICS 1017 3,730
END1017S MATHEMATICS 1017 3,730
END1018F MATHEMATICS 1018 3,730
END1018S MATHEMATICS 1018 3,730
END5035Z MANAGMNT OF TRANSPORT SUPP & D 6,200
END5036Z LOCAL AREA TRANSP PLAN, MAN & 6,200
END5037Z MINOR DISSERTATION 7,340
END5038Z INTEGRATED LAND USE TRANSPORT 6,200
END5039Z NON-MOTORISED TRANSPORTATION 6,200
END5041Z MASTERS DISSERT:TRANSPORT STUD 15,530
END5042Z SUSTAINABLE URBAN SYSTEMS 6,200
END5043Z COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 6,200
END5044F PROF COMMUNIC STUDIES POSTGRAD 6,200
END5045Z PUBLIC TRNSPT PLNNG & ECO 6,200
END5047Z TRSNPT DEMAND ANAL & PROJ ASSM 6,200
END5048Z TRANSPORT MODELLING 6,200
END5049Z RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 3,650
END5050X MASTERS PAPER REQUIREMENT 0
END5067Z RAIL PLANNING & OPS MANAGEMENT 6,200
END5068Z BUS PLANNING & OPS MANAGEMENT 6,200
FAM1000L ANALYSING FILM AND TV 3,870
FAM1000P ANALYSING FILM AND TV 3,870
FAM1000S ANALYSING FILM AND TV 3,870
FAM1001F MEDIA AND SOCIETY 3,870
FAM1001P MEDIA AND SOCIETY 3,870
FAM1002H FOUNDATIONS IN MEDIA STUDIES 3,870
FAM2000F WRITING & EDITING IN THE MEDIA 5,150
FAM2002L FOUNDATION PRODUCTION SKILLS 6,220
60 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

FAM2002P FOUNDATION PRODUCTION SKILLS 6,220


FAM2003S MEDIA, POWER AND CULTURE 5,150
FAM2004F INTROD TO HISTORY OF CINEMA 5,150
FAM2006L PRODUCING DOCUMENTARY TV 7,110
FAM2007S FILM GENRE 5,150
FAM2008S RADIO PRODUCTION I 7,110
FAM2009S DESIGNING ONLINE MEDIA 7,110
FAM2010S PRINT JOURNALISM PRODUCTION I 5,150
FAM2011S SCREENWRITING I 5,150
FAM2013S TELEVISION DRAMA 7,110
FAM2014S SCREEN PRODUCTION1 7,110
FAM3000F THE MEDIA IN SOUTH AFRICA 5,150
FAM3001S ADVANCED MEDIA STUDIES 5,150
FAM3003S ADVANCED FILM STUDIES 5,150
FAM3004S SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT 7,110
FAM3005F FILM IN AFRICA & SOUTH AFRICA 5,150
FAM3006F RADIO PRODUCTION II 7,110
FAM3009F PRINT JOURNALISM PRODUCTION II 5,150
FAM3010F SCREENWRITING II 5,150
FAM3012S SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT PRINT 5,150
FAM3013S SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT RADIO 7,110
FAM3014S SENIOR PROJECT SCREENWRITING 5,150
FAM3016F SCREEN PRODUCTION2 7,110
FAM3017S SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT SCREEN 7,110
FAM4000W VIDEO PROJECT 10,190
FAM4001W RESEARCH ESSAY/PROJECT 4,580
FAM4003F HIST/THEORY OF NARRATIVE FILM 4,580
FAM4004S AVANT-GARDE FILM 4,580
FAM4005F VIDEO PRODUCTION 4,580
FAM4006S TRAVEL WRITING 4,580
FAM4007F NARRATIVE JOURNALISM 4,580
FAM4008F MEDIA THEORY & MEDIA RESEARCH 4,580
FAM4009H MEDIA RESEARCH PROJECT 4,580
FAM4010S MEDIA MARKETS & MEDIA STRATEGY 4,580
FAM4011F MEDIA INTERNSHIP 4,580
FAM4011S MEDIA INTERNSHIP 4,580
FAM4012H MEDIA CREATIVE PRODUCTION 4,580
FAM4013F POLITICAL COMMUNICATION 4,580
FAM4014S POLITICAL JOURNALISM 4,580
FAM4015S ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTARY 6,750
FAM4016S WILDLIFE DOCUMENTARY 11,090
FAM4030H RESEARCH ESSAY/PROJECT 4,580
FAM4031S SA PUBLIC RHETORIC 4,580
FAM4032F UNDERSTANDING PUBLIC ARGUMNT 4,580
FAM4033F SCREENWRITING 4,580
FAM4034S THEORIES & FORMS OF ADAPTATION 4,580
FAM4035F NEW YORK, NEW YORK 4,580
FAM4036F FILM AND ENVIRONMENT 4,580
FAM4036S FILM AND ENVIRONMENT 4,580
FAM5000W MASTERS IN FILM STUDIES 15,560
FAM5002W MASTERS IN MEDIA STUDIES 15,560
FAM5006W MINOR DISSERTATION 9,470
FAM5011S MEDIA AND THE PUBLIC DOMAIN 5,180
FAM5012W MEDIA CREATIVE PRODUCTION 9,470
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 61

FAM5013F ADV MEDIA METHODOLOGY 5,180


FAM5014S MEDIA & NATIONAL DEV 5,180
FAM5031W MINOR DISSERTATION RHE 9,470
FAM5037S MULTILINGUAL MEDIA 5,180
FAM5038S MOBILE MEDIA & COMMUNICATION 5,180
FAM6001W PHD IN FILM STUDIES 11,180
FAM6002W PHD IN MEDIA STUDIES 11,180
FAM6003W PHD IN RHETORIC STUDIES 11,180
FIN1001W STUDIOWORK I 13,770
FIN1005W FINE ART FOUNDATION COURSE 9,210
FIN1006F EMERGENCE OF MODERNITY 3,870
FIN1007S RTC: ARTS IN CONTEXT 3,870
FIN1008W FOUNDATIONS IN VISUAL LITERACY 9,210
FIN2011W PAINTING 2 6,120
FIN2012W SCULPTURE 2 6,120
FIN2013W PHOTOGRAPHY 2 6,120
FIN2024W PRINTMEDIA 2 6,120
FIN2025W NEW MEDIA 2 6,120
FIN2026W CORE PRACTICE 2 6,120
FIN2027F ART NARRATIVES: TRAD & TENSION 5,170
FIN2028S DISCURSIVE STRATEGIES 5,170
FIN3010H THEORY AND PRACTICE OF ART 3 3,870
FIN3011W PAINTING 3 13,770
FIN3012W SCULPTURE 3 13,770
FIN3013W PHOTOGRAPHY 3 13,770
FIN3021H DIGITAL ARTS 3 6,120
FIN3024W PRINTMEDIA 3 13,770
FIN3025W NEW MEDIA 3 13,770
FIN3026F NEW ART: NEW PERSPECTIVES 5,170
FIN3027S STRATEGIES FOR ART 5,170
FIN4011H THEORY & PRACTICE OF ART 4 7,750
FIN4015W FINE ART 4 27,560
FIN5002W MASTER OF PHIL IN FINE ART 15,560
FIN5003W MASTER OF ART IN FINE ART 15,560
FIN5004W MASTER OF FINE ART 15,560
FIN5008W POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN ART 28,480
FIN5012F IMAGING THE WORLD IN PHOTOS 5,180
FIN6000W PHD IN FINE ART 11,180
GEO1006S MINS, ROCKS & STRUCT 4,240
GEO1007S EARTH STEWARDSHIP 4,240
GEO1008F INTRO GEOLOGY FOR ENG 4,240
GEO1009F INTRO TO ERT & ENVIRO 4,240
GEO2001F MINERAL & CRYSTALLOG 5,610
GEO2004S PHYSICAL GEOLOGY 5,610
GEO2005X GEOL FIELDWK & MAP 2,830
GEO3001S STRAT & ECONO GEOL 8,450
GEO3005F PETROL & STRUCT GEOL 8,450
GEO4000W HONOURS: GEOLOGY 30,700
GEO4001W HONOURS: GEOCHEM 30,700
GEO5000W MASTERS: GEOLOGY 15,560
GEO5003W MASTERS: GEOCHEM 15,560
GEO5004Z UNDERSTANDING CLIMATE CHANGE 2,500
GEO5005H CLIMATE CHANGE (MINOR DISS) 5,430
GEO6000W PHD: GEOLOGY 11,180
62 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

GEO6001W PHD: GEOCHEMISTRY 11,180


HST1004F NEW MILLENIUM IN HIST. PERSPEC 3,870
HST1005F MAKING OF THE MOD. WORLD ECONO 3,870
HST1009S CONTEMP ART & VISUAL CULTURE 3,870
HST1010S DISCOVERING WORLD HISTORY 3,870
HST2011S THE HOLOCAUST 5,150
HST2019F A HISTORY OF ANTISEMITISM 5,150
HST2021F MAKING OF MODERN MIDDLE EAST 5,150
HST2027S ORIGINS OF THE CONTEMPRY WORLD 5,150
HST2028F 20TH CENTURY INDUSTRIALISATION 5,150
HST2030S VISUAL CULTURE PERCEPTION & CO 5,150
HST2031S SOUTHERN AFRICA IN TWENTIETH C 5,150
HST2032F SOUTHERN AFRICA TO 1900 5,150
HST2033F AFRICA: MAKING OF A CONTINENT 5,150
HST2034P AFRICAN COLONIAL & POST-COLONIAL ENCOUNTERS 5,150
HST2034S AFRICA: COLONIAL & POST-COLONIAL 5,150
HST2035S GENDER AND HISTORY 5,150
HST2036F SACRED ART 5,150
HST2037S AFRICAN ECONOMIC HISTORY 5,150
HST3002F ART AND THEORY 5,150
HST3005S FILM AND HISTORY 5,150
HST3006S PHOTOGRAPHY IN SA: 1860 - PRES 5,150
HST3022H HISTORICAL APPROACHES 5,150
HST3024F WAR AND SOCIETY 5,150
HST3025F LIBERATION IN SOUTHERN AFRICA 5,150
HST3026S MED IN THE MAKING OF MODERN SA 5,150
HST3029F ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY 5,150
HST3037S MEMORY, IDENTITY AND HISTORY 5,150
HST3038F ECONOMIES OF FEASTS & FAMINES 5,150
HST3039H ECONOMIC HIST RESEARCH PAPER 5,150
HST3041F GENOCIDE: AFRICAN EXPERIENCES 5,150
HST4000S READING COURSE IN HIST STUDIES 4,580
HST4001H RESEARCH ESSAY/PROJECT 4,580
HST4002S ART CRITICISM 4,580
HST4003F READING COLONIAL IMAGES 4,580
HST4003H RESEARCH ESSAY/PROJECT 4,580
HST4005S PLAGUES - PAST & PRESENT 4,580
HST4006S MODERN HISTORY OF W CAPE 4,580
HST4007S APARTHEID TO DEMOCRACY 4,580
HST4008F POLITICS ETHICS OF COLLECTING 4,580
HST4010F ANALYSING HIST DOCUMENTRY FILM 4,580
HST4011S TOPICS IN PRE-INDUSTRIAL WC 4,580
HST4016F AFRICAN ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY 4,580
HST4017S VIETNAM 4,580
HST4021H ADV HIST METHODS APPROACHES 4,580
HST4022F DISCOVERY AND THE OTHER 4,580
HST4026F SPECIAL TOPICS: HIST STUDIES 4,580
HST4027S MODERN AFRICAN HIST POLITICS 4,580
HST4028S PRACTICAL ART CRITICISM 4,580
HST4032S ADDITIONAL TOPIC HIST. STUDIES 4,580
HST4033F STUDIES: HISTORIOGRAPHY OF ART 4,580
HST4034F ORAL HIST: METHOD PRAC THEORY 4,580
HST4035F CRITICAL ISSUES IN CONTEMP ART 4,580
HST4036F RACISM & GENOCIDE 4,580
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 63

HST4037S RETHINKING AGRARIAN HISTORY 4,580


HST4038F THE ART OF STILL LIFE 4,580
HST4039S READING COURSE: ART HISTORY 4,580
HST4042F NEW DEBATES:SA HISTORIOGRAPHY 4,580
HST4043S A HISTORY OF ADVERTISING 4,580
HST4045F SOUTHERN CROSSINGS 4,580
HST4052F SOUTH AFRICAN JEWRY 4,580
HST5000H READING COURSE IN HIST STUDIES 5,180
HST5002W READING COURSE IN ART HIST STU 5,180
HST5004H HISTORICAL RESEARCH 5,180
HST5007W MASTERS IN HISTORICAL STUDIES 15,560
HST5008W MASTERS IN ART HISTORICAL STUD 15,560
HST5011W MINOR DISSERTAION 9,470
HST6002W PHD IN HISTORICAL STUDIES 11,180
HST6003W PHD IN ART HISTORICAL STUDIES 11,180
HUB1006F INTRO TO INTEGR HLTH SCI PT 1 11,170
HUB1007S INTRO TO INTEGR HLTH SCI PT 2 12,060
HUB1010S FUNDAM OF INT HLTH SCI PT 1 15,270
HUB1011F FUNDAM OF INT HLTH SCI PT 2 15,560
HUB1014S ANATOMY FOR COMM SCIENCES 4,000
HUB1015S FUNDMNT OF ANAT & PHYSIOL IA 4,970
HUB1016F FNDMNTLS OF ANAT & PHYSIOL IB 4,970
HUB1019F ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY IA 4,000
HUB1020S ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY IB 4,000
HUB1022F BIOSCIENCES FOR PHYSIO 1A 2,240
HUB1023S BIOSCIENCES FOR PHYSIO 1B 2,240
HUB1024S FUNDAMNTLS BIOSCI FOR PHYSIO 1A 2,490
HUB1025F FUNDAMNTLS BIOSCI FOR PHYSIO 1B 2,490
HUB2005F INTRO TO MEDICAL ENGINEERING 1,780
HUB2015W ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II HRS 9,740
HUB2017H INTEGRATED HLTH SYSTEMS PT IA 17,310
HUB2019F INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN BIOLOGY 5,610
HUB2020S SPECIAL STUDY MODULE 2,620
HUB2021S HUM BIOL: REGULAT & INTEGRAT 5,610
HUB2022F ANAT FOR BIOMED ENGINEERS 4,320
HUB2023W BIOSCIENCES FOR PHYSIO II 2,240
HUB3006F GENERAL & APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY 8,450
HUB3007S BIOPHYSICS & NEUROPHYSIOLOGY 8,450
HUB4000W BSCMEDHONS CELL BIOLOGY 31,010
HUB4001W BSCMEDHONS BIOL ANTHROPOL 31,010
HUB4002W BSCMEDHONS APPLIED ANATOMY 31,010
HUB4007F BIOMECH OF MUSCULOSKELETAL SYS 1,780
HUB4014H INTRODUCTION TO HEALTHCARE 4,490
HUB4027H HLTHCARE TECHNOL ASSESSMNT 2,910
HUB4028H HLTHCARE PLANNING & ACQUISIT 2,910
HUB4030H PROJECT MANAGEMENT 2,910
HUB4032H PROJECT HLTHCARE TECHN MGMNT 3,010
HUB4033H CLINICAL ENGINEERING PRACTICE 2,910
HUB4036H HEALTHCARE ORIENTATION 2,910
HUB4040W BSCMEDHONS PHYSIOLOGY 31,010
HUB4041W BSCMEDHONS EXERCISE SCIENCE 31,010
HUB4043W BSCMEDHONS EXERC SCI BIOKIN 31,010
HUB4044H HLTH INFORMATCS & MGT INFOSYST 3,290
HUB4045F INTRO:MED IMAG&IMAGE PROCESS 3,370
64 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

HUB4046F NORMAL NUTRITION I 2,490


HUB4047F NORMAL NUTRITION II 2,490
HUB4048F NORMAL NUTRITION III 2,490
HUB4049H COMMUNITY NUTRITION I 2,490
HUB4050H COMMUNITY NUTRITION II 2,490
HUB4051H COMMUNITY NUTRITION III 2,490
HUB4052S CLINICAL NUTRITION I 2,490
HUB4053S CLINICAL NUTRITION II 2,490
HUB4054S CLINICAL NUTRITION III 2,490
HUB4055W DIETETICS PRACTICE 4,970
HUB4056W FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT 4,970
HUB4057H FOOD SCIENCE 2,490
HUB4058F NUTRITION RIGHTS 2,490
HUB4059H RESEARCH THEORY 2,490
HUB4060F INTERNSHIP PREPARATION 2,490
HUB4061W COMMUNITY INTERNSHIP 5,720
HUB4062W CLINICAL INTERNSHIP 5,720
HUB4063W FOOD SERVICE MNGMNT INTERNSHIP 5,720
HUB4064W RESEARCH PROJECT 5,720
HUB4065H MED DEVICES & INSTRUM OVERVIEW 2,910
HUB4066H MED DEVICES INNOV & INTREPREN 2,910
HUB4067H INFECTION CONTROL FOR HLTH FAC 2,910
HUB4068H ASSET MAN OF HLTHCARE TCH&INFR 2,910
HUB4069H HLTH FAC DESIGN, PLANN&ASSESSM 2,910
HUB4070H HOSPITAL ENGINEERING PRACTICE 2,910
HUB4071S APPLIED ELECTOPHYSIOLOGY 3,370
HUB4072F HIGH PERFORMANCE ATHLETE 1,950
HUB5001W MSCMED BIOMED SCI BY DISS 15,840
HUB5002W MSCMED BIOMED ENG BY DISS 15,840
HUB5003W MPHIL BIOMED ENG BY DISS 15,560
HUB5004W MSCMED PHYSIOLOGY 15,560
HUB5005W MSCMED EXERCISE SCIENCE 15,560
HUB5006W MPHIL SPORTS MEDICINE PT 1A 10,570
HUB5007W MPHIL SPORTS MED MINOR DISS 10,570
HUB5008W MPHIL SPORTS MEDICINE PT 1B 10,570
HUB5009H RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 2 2,120
HUB5010W EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY 6,350
HUB5011H SPORTS MEDICINE 2,120
HUB5012W RESEARCH PROJECT 15,840
HUB5014W MSC DIETETICS BY DISS 15,560
HUB5015W MSC NUTRITION BY DISS 15,560
HUB5016F PHYSICAL ACTIVITY & EPIDEMIOLOGY 1,950
HUB5017W RES METHDS & STAT PHYSIC ACTIVITY 2,470
HUB5018S BIOKINETICS IN THE WORKPLACE 1,950
HUB5020F ADV STRENGTH & CONDITNG ATHLET PERF 1,950
HUB5021S BIOKIN & NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS 1,950
HUB5022S NUTRITION & ERGONOMIC AIDS 1,950
HUB5023S ADVANCED CLINICAL EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY 1,760
HUB5024W MPHIL IN BIOKINETICS MINOR DISS 15,840
HUB6000W PHD BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 11,180
HUB6001W PHD PHYSIOLOGY 11,180
HUB6002W MD PHYSIOLOGY 11,180
HUB6005W MSC MED IN NEUROSCIENCE 15,560
HUB7000W MSCMED ANATOMY 15,560
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 65

HUB7001W PHD ANATOMY & CELL BIOLOGY 11,180


HUB7003W MSCMED CELL BIOLOGY 15,560
HUB7006W PHD EXERCISE SCIENCE 11,180
HUB7007W PHD NUTRITION 11,180
HUB7008W PHD DIETETICS 11,180
INF1002F INFORMATION SYSTEMS I 4,270
INF1002H INFORMATION SYSTEMS I 4,270
INF1002S INFORMATION SYSTEMS I 4,270
INF1003S COMMERCIAL PROGRAMMING 4,270
INF1011X COMPUTER LITERACY 0
INF2004F I.T. IN BUSINESS 4,270
INF2008F DATABASE SYSTEMS 4,270
INF2009F SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT A 4,270
INF2010S I.T. ARCHITECTURE 4,270
INF2011S SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT B 4,270
INF3003W SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT PROJECT 8,530
INF3011F I.T. MANAGEMENT 4,270
INF3012S I.T. APPLICATIONS 4,270
INF3014F ELECTRONIC COMMERCE 4,270
INF4000F INTRO TO BUSINESS COMPUTING 4,270
INF4012W ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS & BPM 27,590
INF4014W INFORMATION SYSTEMS HONS (F/T) 32,090
INF4015W INFORMATION SYSTEMS CW 27,590
INF4016W COMPUTER FORENSICS CW 27,590
INF4017H INFORMATION SYSTEMS PROJECT 4,270
INF4024W INFORMATION SYSTEMS HONS (PT) 11,790
INF5000W IS MASTERS: DISSERTATION ONLY 5,660
INF5004W INFO SYSTEMS MASTERS CW 27,590
INF5005W INFO SYSTEMS MASTERS DISSERT 5,660
INF6000W PHD IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS 11,180
LAB2000S INTEG HEALTH SYSTEMS PT 1B 15,270
LAB2002S SPECIAL STUDY MODULE 2,620
LAB3009H INTEGRATED HEALTH SYSTEM PT 2 18,700
LAB3020W MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 3,870
LAB4001W BSCMEDHONS HUMAN GENETICS 31,010
LAB4003W BSCMEDHONS MEDICAL BIOCHEM 31,010
LAB4004W BSCMEDHONS INFECT DIS&IMMUNOL 31,010
LAB4005W BSCMEDHONS BIOINFORMATICS 31,010
LAB5000S MEDICINA FORENSIS 1,740
LAB5001W MSCMED HUMAN GENETICS 15,560
LAB5002W MSCMED MEDICAL BIOCHEMISTRY 15,560
LAB5005W MEDICAL GENETICS 9,990
LAB5007W RESEARCH TRAINING & MINOR DISS 10,570
LAB5008H FORENSIC MEDICINE 2,090
LAB5009W GENETIC COUNSELLING PRACTICE 12,810
LAB5010W PRINCIPLES OF GENETIC COUNS 8,640
LAB5011W MSC MED BIOINFORMATICS BY DISS 15,560
LAB6000W PHD HUMAN GENETICS 11,180
LAB6001W PHD MEDICAL BIOCHEMISTRY 11,180
LAB6002F INTRO TO RESEARCH IMMUNOLOGY 2,640
LAB7000W PHD PATHOLOGY 11,180
LAB7002W MMED ANATOMCL PATH PT 2 7,140
LAB7003W MMED ANATOMCL PATH PT 3 2,730
LAB7004W MMED CLINICAL PATH PT 2 7,140
66 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

LAB7005W MMED CLINICAL PATH PT 3 2,730


LAB7006W MSCMED ANATOMICAL PATHOL 15,560
LAB7007W MMED ANATOMCL PATH PT 1A 7,140
LAB7008W MPHIL PAED PATHOL PT 1 7,140
LAB7009W MPHIL PAED PATHOLOGY PT 2 2,730
LAB7010W MSCMED CHEMICAL PATHOLOGY 15,560
LAB7011W PHD CHEMICAL PATHOLOGY 11,180
LAB7013W MMED CHEM PATH PT 1B 7,140
LAB7014W MMED CHEM PATH PT 2 7,140
LAB7015W MMED CHEM PATH PT 3 2,730
LAB7016W MMED FORENSIC PATH PT 2 7,140
LAB7017W MMED FORENSIC PATH PT 3 2,730
LAB7018W PHD HAEMATOLOGY 11,180
LAB7020W MMED HAEM PATH PT 2 7,140
LAB7021W MMED HAEMATOL PATH PT 3 2,730
LAB7022W MSCMED HAEMATOLOGY 15,560
LAB7023W MMED HAEMATOL PATH PT 1C 7,140
LAB7024W MPHIL CLINICAL HAEMATOLOGY PT1 7,140
LAB7028W MSCMED CLIN SCI & IMMUNOLOGY 15,560
LAB7029W PHD CLIN SCI & IMMUNOLOGY 11,180
LAB7031W MSCMED MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY 15,560
LAB7032W PHD MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY 11,180
LAB7034W MMED MED MICRO PART 1D 7,140
LAB7035W MMED MED MICROBIOLOGY PT 2 7,140
LAB7036W MMED MED MICROBIOLOGY PT 3 2,730
LAB7038W MMED VIROLOGICAL PATH PT 3 2,730
LAB7039W MMED VIROLOGICAL PATH PT 1 7,140
LAB7041W MPHIL CLIN HAEM PT 2 2,730
LAB7042W PHD MOLECULAR ONCOLOGY 11,180
LAB7043W MSCMED MOLECULAR ONCOLOGY 15,560
LAB7044W PHD MEDICAL VIROLOGY 11,180
LAB7045W MMED MEDICAL GENETICS PT 1 7,140
LAB7046W MMED MED GENETICS PT 2 7,140
LAB7047W MMED MED GENETICS PT 3 2,730
LAB7048W PHD FORENSIC PATHOLOGY 11,180
LAB7049W PHD BIOINFORMATICS 11,180
LIS1003S INFORMATION SOCIETY:TOOLS & SK 3,870
LIS4000H INTERPERSONAL COMMUNIC SKILLS 1,420
LIS4031W FIELDWORK 1,420
LIS4081H THE INFORMATION SOCIETY 1,420
LIS4082H INFORMATION TOOLS & SKILLS 1,420
LIS4084H ORG BEHAVIOUR & DEVELOPMENT 1,420
LIS4085H DATABASES & DATABASE PROD 4,240
LIS4086H STRATEGIC PLANNING 1,420
LIS4087H USER GROUPS & INFORMATION USE 2,830
LIS4088H PERFORMANCE EVAL-RESOURCE MAN 1,420
LIS4089H SELF-STUDY RESEARCH PAPER 2,830
LIS4090H INFORMATION RESOURCES 4,240
LIS4091H INFORMATION RETRIEVAL 4,240
LIS5004H MANAGEMENT STUDIES A 5,720
LIS5006H HIST STUDIES IN LIBRARIANSHIP 5,720
LIS5008H POLICY STUDIES A 5,720
LIS5009H SOCIOLOGY OF INFORMATION A 5,720
LIS5011H DESIGN & CREATION OF WEB PAGES 5,720
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 67

LIS5012H INFORMATION RETRIEVAL A 5,720


LIS5013H DATABASES & DATABASE PROD A 5,720
LIS5014H INFORMATION & KNOWLEDGE MAN A 5,720
LIS5015W RESEARCH ESSAY/PROJECT 5,720
LIS5016W RESEARCH METHODS 7,040
LIS6000W MASTERS IN LIBRARY/INF SCIENCE 15,560
LIS6002W MINOR DISSERTATION 9,470
LIS6003H INTERNSHIP 10,330
LIS6004H MANAGEMENT STUDIES B 10,330
LIS6005H POLICY STUDIES B 10,330
LIS6006H SOCIOLOGY OF INFORMATION B 10,330
LIS6010H INFORMATION & KNOWLEDGE MAN B 10,330
LIS6011H DATABASES/DATABASE PROD B 10,330
LIS6012H INFORMATION RETRIEVAL B 10,330
LIS6018W MASTERS IN LIBRARY/INF SCIENCE 15,560
LIS7000W PHD IN LIBRARY&INFORMATION SCI 11,180
MAM1000W MATHEMATICS I000 8,280
MAM1003W MATHS 1003 FOR ENG 8,280
MAM1004F MATHEMATICS 1004 4,140
MAM1004H MATHEMATICS 1004 4,140
MAM1005H MATHEMATICS 1005 4,140
MAM1006H MATHEMATICS 1006 4,140
MAM1010F MATHEMATICS 1010 4,140
MAM1010S MATHEMATICS 1010 4,140
MAM1012F MATHEMATICS 1012 4,140
MAM1012S MATHEMATICS 1012 4,140
MAM1013F LAW THAT COUNTS 4,140
MAM1013S LAW THAT COUNTS 4,140
MAM1014F QUANT LIT FOR HUM 4,140
MAM1015S MATHS FOR SOC SCI 4,140
MAM1016S QUANT LIT FOR SOC SCI 4,140
MAM1017F MATHS 1017 FOR ENG 4,150
MAM1017S MATHS 1017 FOR ENG 4,150
MAM1018F MATHS 1018 FOR ENG 4,150
MAM1018S MATHEMATICS 1018 FOR ENGINEERS 4,150
MAM1019H FUNDAMENT OF MATHS 4,140
MAM1042S ENGINEERING STATICS 4,140
MAM1043H MODEL & APPL COMP 4,140
MAM1044H DYNAMICS 4,140
MAM1045S MODEL FOR ELEC ENG 4,140
MAM1110F MATHS 1110 FOR CADP 4,140
MAM1112S MATHS 1112 FOR CADP 4,140
MAM2000W MATHEMATICS 2000 11,000
MAM2001H MATHEMATICS 2001 5,500
MAM2002S MATHEMATICS 2002 5,500
MAM2003Z MATHEMATICS 2003 2,750
MAM2004H MATHEMATICS 2004 5,500
MAM2043S INTRO TO BIOL MODEL 5,500
MAM2046W APPLIED MATHS 2046 11,000
MAM2047H APPLIED MATHS 2047 5,500
MAM2048H APPLIED MATHS 2048 5,500
MAM2052F QUANT SKILLS FOR SCI 5,500
MAM2052S QUANT SKILLS FOR SCI 5,500
MAM2053S NUM ANAL & SCI COMP 2,750
68 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

MAM2082F COMP PROG IN MATLAB 1,850


MAM2083F VECTOR CALC FOR ENG 4,780
MAM2083S VECTOR CALC FOR ENG 4,780
MAM2084F LIN ALG & DE FOR ENG 4,780
MAM2084S LIN ALG & DE FOR ENG 4,780
MAM3000W MATHEMATICS 3000 16,540
MAM3001W MATHEMATICS 3001 16,540
MAM3002H MATHEMATICS 3002 8,270
MAM3003S MATHEMATICS 3003 8,270
MAM3004Z MATHEMATICS 3004 4,140
MAM3040W APPLIED MATHS 3040 16,540
MAM3041H APPLIED MATHS 3041 8,270
MAM3042H FURTHER BIOL MODEL 8,270
MAM3043S METH OF MATH PHYS 4,140
MAM3048H APPLIED MATHS 3048 8,270
MAM3049S INTRO TO GENERAL REL 4,140
MAM3052F NON LINEAR DYNAMICS 4,140
MAM3054S FLUID DYNAMICS 4,140
MAM3080F NUMERICAL METHODS 2,770
MAM4000W HONS: MATHEMATICS 30,530
MAM4001W HONS: APPLIED MATHS 30,530
MAM4005Z QUANTUM COMPUTING 2,550
MAM4007W HONS: MATHS COM SCI 30,530
MAM4012Z OBSERV TECHNIQUES II 2,390
MAM5000W MASTERS: MATHEMATICS 15,560
MAM5001W MASTERS: APPL MATHS 15,560
MAM5003W MASTERS: MATH FIN D 15,560
MAM5004W DIPL IN MATHS (AIMS) 0
MAM5005W MSC: NASSP-DISS 15,560
MAM5010F STOCHIASTIC CALCULUS I 3,870
MAM5011F NUMERICAL METHODS I 1,940
MAM5012S STOCHIASTIC CALCULUS II 3,870
MAM5013S NUMERICAL METHODS II 1,940
MAM5014H FIN MATHS DISS 5,380
MAM6000W PHD: MATHEMATICS 11,180
MAM6001W PHD: APPLIED MATHS 11,180
MCB2014F MOL COMPO OF CELLS 5,610
MCB2015S METABOLISM 5,610
MCB2016F INTRO TO MICROBIOLOGY 5,610
MCB2017S MICRO BIOTECHNOLOGY 5,610
MCB2018F INTRO TO GENETICS 5,610
MCB2019S GENE REG & CELL SIG 5,610
MCB3012Z MCB RES PROJECT 0
MCB3019F REC DNA GEN & PROT 8,450
MCB3020F PROTEIN STRUCT&FUNC 8,450
MCB3021F MOL MICROBIAL GEN 8,450
MCB3022S ADV BIOTECHNOLOGY 8,450
MCB3023S MOL EVOL GEN & DEV 8,450
MCB3024S DEFENCE & DISEASE 8,450
MCB4002W HONS: MOL & CELL BIO 30,700
MCB5005W MSC: MOL & CELL BIO 15,560
MCB5008W MASTERS:BIOINFORMAT 15,560
MCB6002W PHD: MOL & CELL BIO 11,180
MDN2001S SPECIAL STUDY MODULES 2,620
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 69

MDN3001H INTRO TO CLINICAL PRACTICE 16,370


MDN3003W INTRO TO CLINICAL PRACTICE II 2,370
MDN4004W BSCMEDHONS PHARMACOLOGY 31,010
MDN4006W INTERNAT RESEARCH ETHICS PROJ 13,180
MDN4011W MEDICINE 16,870
MDN4012F UNDERLYING CONC IN RES ETHICS 3,290
MDN4013F RESEARCH IN CROSS CULT CONT 3,290
MDN4014S PUBLIC HEALTH RESEARCH & ETHIC 3,290
MDN4015W PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS 3,850
MDN4016W MEDICINE FOR EXTERNAL CREDIT 16,450
MDN5002W MEDICAL & SURGICAL SPECIALIT 7,900
MDN5003H PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS 2,090
MDN5004W PHARMACOL&THER EXTERNAL CREDIT 2,030
MDN6000W MEDICINE (INCL ALLIED DISCIP) 10,710
MDN6003W MEDICINE FOR EXTERNAL CREDIT 10,440
MDN7000W MSCMED MEDICINE 15,560
MDN7001W PHD MEDICINE 11,180
MDN7002W MD MEDICINE 11,180
MDN7005W MMED MEDICINE PT 1 7,140
MDN7006W MMED MEDICINE PT 2 7,140
MDN7007W MMED MEDICINE PT 3 2,730
MDN7012W MPHIL BIOETHICS PT 1 15,840
MDN7013W MPHIL BIOETHICS PT 2 15,840
MDN7015W MPHIL PULMONOLOGY PT 1 7,140
MDN7017W MPHIL CARDIOLOGY PT 1 7,140
MDN7018W MPHIL RHEUMATOLOGY PT 1 7,140
MDN7020W MPHIL NEPHROLOGY PT 1 7,140
MDN7021W MPHIL ENDOCRINOLOGY PT 1 7,140
MDN7022W MPHIL GASTROENTEROLOGY PT 1 7,140
MDN7023W PHD DERMATOLOGY 11,180
MDN7025W MMED DERMATOLOGY PT 3 2,730
MDN7026W MMED DERMATOLOGY PT 1 7,140
MDN7027W MMED DERMATOLOGY PT 2 7,140
MDN7028W MMED NEUROLOGY PT 1 7,140
MDN7029W MMED NEUROLOGY PT 2 7,140
MDN7030W MMED NEUROLOGY PT 3 2,730
MDN7031W MSCMED PHARMACOLOGY 15,560
MDN7032W PHD PHARMACOLOGY 11,180
MDN7034W MMED CLINICAL PHARM PT 1 7,140
MDN7035W MMED CLIN PHARM PT 2 7,140
MDN7036W MMED CLINICAL PHARM PT 3 2,730
MDN7037W MPHIL PULMONOLOGY PT 2 2,730
MDN7038W MPHIL CARDIOLOGY PT 2 2,730
MDN7039W MPHIL RHEUMATOLOGY PT 2 2,730
MDN7040W MPHIL NEPHROLOGY PT 2 2,730
MDN7041W MPHIL ENDOCRINOLOGY PT 2 2,730
MDN7042W MPHIL GASTROENTEROLOGY PT 2 2,730
MDN7043W MPHIL GERIATRIC MED PT 1 7,140
MDN7044W MPHIL GERIATRIC MEDICINE PT 2 2,730
MDN7050W MPHIL INFEC DIS & HIV MED PT 1 7,140
MDN7051W MPHIL INFEC DIS & HIV MED PT 2 2,730
MDN7053W MPHIL ALLERGOL PT 1 CRSEWORK 7,140
MDN7054W MPHIL ALLERGOL PT 2 MINOR DISS 2,730
MEC1000X PRACTICAL TRAINING 0
70 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

MEC1002W ENGINEERING DRAWING 4,240


MEC1003F ENGINEERING DRAWING 2,120
MEC1004W ENGINEERING I 8,440
MEC2000X PRACTICAL TRAINING 0
MEC2020W DESIGN I 7,990
MEC2022S THERMOFLUIDS I 4,240
MEC2023F DYNAMICS I 3,730
MEC2023S DYNAMICS I 3,730
MEC2025F MECHANICS OF SOLIDS I 2,800
MEC2026S PROJECT MANAGEMENT 1,880
MEC2042F MATERIALS SCI IN ENGINEERING 3,180
MEC2043F ELECTRICAL & MECH MATERIALS 2,980
MEC3000X PRACTICAL TRAINING 0
MEC3014S PRODUCTION SYSTEMS 2,120
MEC3023F MECHANICS OF SOLIDS II 3,180
MEC3031S DYNAMICS II 4,240
MEC3033F THERMOFLUIDS II 5,280
MEC3035F COMP INTEGRATED MFG & ROBOTICS 2,120
MEC3035S COMP INTEGRATED MFG & ROBOTICS 2,120
MEC3037S PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION 2,980
MEC3044S THERMOFLUIDS III 3,180
MEC3045F EXPERIMENTAL METHODS 2,800
MEC3050W DESIGN II 6,000
MEC3060F MATERIALS UNDER STRESS 2,120
MEC3068C FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS 1,990
MEC3069S PRODUCTION PROCESSES 2,120
MEC4022Z INDUSTRIAL LAW 2,120
MEC4035F FRACTURE MECHANICS 2,120
MEC4036C POWER PLANT 2,120
MEC4042Z INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 2,120
MEC4044Z MAINT MGMT & RELIABILITY 2,110
MEC4045F NUMERIC METH/HEAT & FLUID FLOW 2,980
MEC4047F MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS 3,180
MEC4048F ADVANCED HEAT TRANSFER 3,180
MEC4049F TURBOMACHINES 2,120
MEC4051Z NEW VENTURE PLANNING 2,120
MEC4053Z MEASURE & CONTROL IN ENG SYST 4,240
MEC4054Z QUALITY RELIABIL & MAINT MGMT 3,140
MEC4055Z DESIGN III 3,990
MEC4061F INDIVIDUAL LAB/RESEARCH PROJEC 12,440
MEC4061Z INDIVIDUAL LAB/RESEARCH PROJEC 12,440
MEC4062Z AIRCONDITIONING & REFRIGERATIO 3,180
MEC4063C INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY 2,120
MEC4065F FINITE ELEMENT IN MECH DESIGN 3,980
MEC4087Z FAILURE ANALYSIS 2,120
MEC4088Z MANUFACTURING WITH MATERIALS 3,180
MEC4091S RESEARCH REPORT 12,010
MEC4092F INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES 2,800
MEC4093F MANUFACTURING PROCESSES 2,120
MEC4094F APPLIED OPERATIONS ENGINEERING 4,550
MEC4095Z LEAN OPERATIONS 2,120
MEC4096Z MANUFACT & PROPS OF COMPOSITES 2,640
MEC4097F MANUFACT & PROPS OF CERAMICS 1,770
MEC4098Z PROPS & MFG METALLIC MATERIALS 3,520
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 71

MEC4099Z PHASE TRANSFORMATION MATERIALS 1,770


MEC4100F MANUFACT & PROPS OF POLYMERS 2,640
MEC4101W ADV MANUFAC & NANO TECHNOLOGY 2,120
MEC4102C HYDRAULICS & PNEUMATICS 2,120
MEC5000W MSC MECHANICAL ENG DISSERT 17,050
MEC5010Z MSC MECHANICAL ENG PART DISS 15,530
MEC5024S STRUCTURAL IMPACT 2,750
MEC5025Z MSC ENG MGMT HALF DISSERTATION 15,530
MEC5035Z PROJECT MANAGEMENT 4,550
MEC5037Z OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT PROJECT 4,550
MEC5046Z SYSTEMS ENGINEERING PRACTICE 9,100
MEC5047W MSC ENG MANAGEMENT 17,050
MEC5048S NON-DESTRUCTIVE TEST & EVALUAT 9,100
MEC5049S ADVANCED REFRIGERATION 2,750
MEC5051Z MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PROJECT 4,550
MEC5054Z INTRO TO BUSINESS ADMIN 9,100
MEC5056Z ENERGY EFFIC& DEMAND SIDE MNG 4,550
MEC5059Z ENERGY MODELING 4,550
MEC5060W MSC SUSTAINABLE ENGY ENG DISS 17,050
MEC5061Z MSC SUSTAINABLE ENGY ENG DISS 15,530
MEC5062Z POWER PRODUCTION SYSTEMS 4,550
MEC5063Z INTRO TO FINITE ELEMENTS 2,750
MEC5064Z FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS 3,650
MEC5065Z PROGRAMG SCIENTISTS&ENGINEERS 2,750
MEC5066Z CONTINUUM MECHANICS 2,750
MEC5067Z NONLINEAR MATERIAL BEHAVIOUR 2,750
MEC5068Z COMPUTATIONAL & APPLIED MECH 2,750
MEC5069Z COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS 2,750
MEC5070W MSC MATERIALS ENG DISSERTATION 17,050
MEC5075Z NEW & RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOL 4,550
MEC5080Z MANAGING NEW VENTURE PROJECTS 5,200
MEC5082Z ENERGY FOR TRANSPORTATION 2,750
MEC5083Z ENGINE DESIGN 3,650
MEC5084Z ENGINE THERMOS & COMBUSTION 3,650
MEC5087Z ENERGY MARKETS & GOVERNANCE 4,550
MEC5088Z ENERGY, POVERTY & DEVELOPMENT 4,550
MEC5089Z ENERGY PROJECT 4,550
MEC5090Z ENERGY & CLIMATE CHANGE 4,550
MEC5091Z INTRO TO ENERG POL & SUS ENERG 4,550
MEC5092Z MSC ENGY & DEVELMNT STUD DISS 15,530
MEC5093W MSC ENGY & DEVELMNT STUD DISS 17,050
MEC5094Z CLEANER FUELS & ENGINES 3,650
MEC5095Z ENG MGMT RESEARCH REPORT 9,500
MEC5096Z ATMOSPHERIC FLIGHT MECHANICS 2,750
MEC5097Z DISSERTATION PREPARATION 4,200
MEC5098F LASER ENGINEERING 2,750
MEC6000W PHD MECHANICAL ENG THESIS 11,180
MEC6002W PHD ENG MANAGEMENT THESIS 11,180
MEC6003W PHD SUSTAIN ENRGY ENG THESIS 11,180
MEC6004W PHD MATERIALS ENG THESIS 11,180
MEC6005W PHD ENERGY & DEV STUD THESIS 11,180
MEC9000Z INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATE 2 MTHS 3,140
MEC9002Z INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATE 4-6 MT 8,740
MEC9004Z POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW 0
72 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

MUZ1201H AFRICAN INSTRUMENT B1 4,390


MUZ1203H AFRICAN INSTRUMENT D1 2,510
MUZ1203W AFRICAN INSTRUMENT D1 2,510
MUZ1204H BASS GUITAR B1 4,390
MUZ1205H BASS GUITAR D1 2,510
MUZ1207H BASSOON B1 4,390
MUZ1209H BASSOON D1 2,510
MUZ1211H CELLO B1 4,390
MUZ1211W CELLO B1 4,390
MUZ1213H CELLO D1 2,510
MUZ1215H CLARINET B1 4,390
MUZ1217H CLARINET D1 2,510
MUZ1219H CONDUCTING B1 4,390
MUZ1219W CONDUCTING B1 4,390
MUZ1220H CONDUCTING D1 2,510
MUZ1220W CONDUCTING D1 2,510
MUZ1221H COR ANGLIAS D1 2,510
MUZ1223H DOUBLE BASS B1 4,390
MUZ1225H DOUBLE BASS D1 2,510
MUZ1226H DRUM SET B1 4,390
MUZ1227H DRUM SET D1 2,510
MUZ1227W DRUM SET D1 2,510
MUZ1229H EUPHONIUM B1 4,390
MUZ1229W EUPHONIUM B1 4,390
MUZ1231H EUPHONIUM D1 2,510
MUZ1233H FLUTE B1 4,390
MUZ1235H FLUTE D1 2,510
MUZ1237H GUITAR B1 4,390
MUZ1239H GUITAR D1 2,510
MUZ1239W GUITAR D1 2,510
MUZ1241H HARP B1 4,390
MUZ1243H HARP D1 2,510
MUZ1245H HARPSICHORD B1 4,390
MUZ1247H HARPSICHORD D1 2,510
MUZ1249H HORN B1 4,390
MUZ1251H HORN D1 2,510
MUZ1252H JAZZ GUITAR B1 4,390
MUZ1253H JAZZ GUITAR D1 2,510
MUZ1254H JAZZ PIANO B1 4,390
MUZ1255H JAZZ PIANO D1 1,260
MUZ1257H OBOE B1 4,390
MUZ1259H OBOE D1 2,510
MUZ1261H ORGAN B1 4,390
MUZ1261W ORGAN B1 4,390
MUZ1263H ORGAN D1 2,510
MUZ1265H PERCUSSION B1 4,390
MUZ1267H PERCUSSION D1 2,510
MUZ1267W PERCUSSION D1 2,510
MUZ1269H PIANO B1 4,390
MUZ1271H PIANO D1 2,510
MUZ1272H PRACTICAL STUDY I 4,660
MUZ1274H RECORDER B1 4,390
MUZ1274W RECORDER B1 4,390
MUZ1276H RECORDER D1 2,510
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 73

MUZ1278H SAXOPHONE B1 4,390


MUZ1280H SAXOPHONE D1 2,510
MUZ1281H SECONDARY PIANO 1 1,260
MUZ1283H SINGING B1 4,390
MUZ1285H SINGING D1 2,510
MUZ1285W SINGING D1 2,510
MUZ1287H TROMBONE B1 4,390
MUZ1289H TROMBONE D1 2,510
MUZ1289W TROMBONE D1 2,510
MUZ1291H TRUMPET B1 4,390
MUZ1293H TRUMPET D1 2,510
MUZ1293W TRUMPET D1 2,510
MUZ1294H TUBA B1 4,390
MUZ1294W TUBA B1 4,390
MUZ1296H TUBA D1 2,510
MUZ1298H VIOLA B1 4,390
MUZ1298W VIOLA B1 4,390
MUZ1300H VIOLA D1 2,510
MUZ1302H VIOLIN B1 4,390
MUZ1304H VIOLIN D1 2,510
MUZ1305H VOCAL STUDIES 1 4,790
MUZ1306H JAZZ SINGING B1 4,390
MUZ1307H JAZZ SINGING D1 2,510
MUZ1307W JAZZ SINGING D1 2,510
MUZ1320H ACCOMPANYING I 1,890
MUZ1322F AFRICAN MUSIC I 3,760
MUZ1323H AFRICAN MUSIC ENSEMBLE I 2,590
MUZ1324H AURAL I 3,140
MUZ1325H AURAL INTRODUCTORY 4,790
MUZ1326F BUSINESS MNGMT FOR MUSICIANS 1,890
MUZ1327F CAREER STUDIES 4,660
MUZ1327S CAREER STUDIES 4,660
MUZ1328H CHAMBER MUSIC I 4,390
MUZ1329H CHOIR TRAINING 3,870
MUZ1332H DICTION AND PRESENTATION I 4,660
MUZ1333H ENSEMBLE 1 1,890
MUZ1335H FIGURED BASS AND SCORE READING 1,890
MUZ1337H FOUNDATION MUSIC THEORY 4,790
MUZ1338H GENERAL MUSICAL KNOWLEDGE I 4,080
MUZ1339H HISTORY OF JAZZ I 3,760
MUZ1340H HISTORY OF MUSIC I 3,760
MUZ1341H JAZZ ARRANGEMENT I 4,390
MUZ1342H JAZZ ENSEMBLE I 1,890
MUZ1343H JAZZ IMPROVISATION I 3,760
MUZ1347H MOVEMENT I 4,660
MUZ1350H MUSIC THEORY I 4,660
MUZ1351H MUSIC THEORY AND ANALYSIS I 4,390
MUZ1353H OPERA WORKSHOP I 4,660
MUZ1356H REPERTOIRE I 1,890
MUZ1357F RESEARCH METHOD & BIB STUDIES 1,890
MUZ1359H STAGECRAFT I 5,570
MUZ1361H THEORY & AURAL SKILLS I 4,790
MUZ1363H THEORY OF JAZZ I 4,390
MUZ1365H VOCAL TECHNIQUES I 1,890
74 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

MUZ1366H WORLD MUSIC ENSEMBLE I 2,510


MUZ1366W WORLD MUSIC ENSEMBLE I 2,510
MUZ1367F WORLDS OF MUSIC I 3,760
MUZ1368H ENSEMBLE ADDITIONAL I 1,890
MUZ1368W ENSEMBLE ADDITIONAL I 1,890
MUZ1369H JAZZ ENSEMBLE ADDITIONAL I 1,890
MUZ1370S INTRODUCTION TO ACOUSTICS 1,890
MUZ1371H MUSIC TECHNOLOGY I 4,390
MUZ1374H SECONDARY MARIMBA I 1,260
MUZ1375H AFRICAN MUSIC THEORY I 4,390
MUZ1376H SINGERS' THEATRE I 3,760
MUZ1377H LYRIC DICTION I 4,660
MUZ1801H AFRICAN DANCE NOTATION I 2,700
MUZ1802H AFRICAN DANCE PRACTICE I 5,150
MUZ1804Z BODY CONDITIONING I 0
MUZ1805H CHOREOGRAPHIC STUDIES I 2,700
MUZ1806H CLASSICAL BALLET I 5,150
MUZ1808H CONTEMPORARY DANCE I 4,360
MUZ1816H PERFORMANCE STUDIES I 2,700
MUZ1817H WESTERN DANCE MUSICOLOGY I 4,360
MUZ1818H WESTERN DANCE NOTATION I 4,390
MUZ1819H DANCE TEACHING METHOD I 4,360
MUZ1820H DANCE TEACHING METHOD II 5,810
MUZ1821S AFRICAN DANCE HISTORY I 2,700
MUZ1822F WESTERN DANCE HISTORY I 2,700
MUZ1902H AFRICAN DANCE PRACTICE I (DIP) 5,150
MUZ1906H CLASSICAL BALLET I (DIP) 5,150
MUZ1908H CONTEMPORARY DANCE I (DIP) 4,360
MUZ2200H AFRICAN INSTRUMENT A2 6,270
MUZ2201H AFRICAN INSTRUMENT B2 5,010
MUZ2202H AFRICAN INSTRUMENT C2 5,010
MUZ2202W AFRICAN INSTRUMENT C2 5,010
MUZ2203H AFRICAN INSTRUMENT D2 4,660
MUZ2203W AFRICAN INSTRUMENT D2 4,660
MUZ2204H BASS GUITAR B2 5,010
MUZ2204W BASS GUITAR B2 5,010
MUZ2205H BASS GUITAR D2 4,660
MUZ2205W BASS GUITAR D2 4,660
MUZ2206H BASSOON A2 6,270
MUZ2207H BASSOON B2 5,010
MUZ2208H BASSOON C2 5,010
MUZ2209H BASSOON D2 4,660
MUZ2210H CELLO A2 6,270
MUZ2211H CELLO B2 5,010
MUZ2212H CELLO C2 5,010
MUZ2213H CELLO D2 5,010
MUZ2214H CLARINET A2 6,270
MUZ2215H CLARINET B2 5,010
MUZ2216H CLARINET C2 5,010
MUZ2217H CLARINET D2 4,660
MUZ2218H CONDUCTING A2 6,270
MUZ2219H CONDUCTING B2 5,010
MUZ2219W CONDUCTING B2 5,010
MUZ2220H CONDUCTING D2 4,660
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 75

MUZ2222H DOUBLE BASS A2 6,270


MUZ2223H DOUBLE BASS B2 5,010
MUZ2224H DOUBLE BASS C2 5,010
MUZ2225H DOUBLE BASS D2 4,660
MUZ2226H DRUM SET B2 5,010
MUZ2227W DRUM SET D2 5,010
MUZ2228H EUPHONIUM A2 6,270
MUZ2228W EUPHONIUM A2 6,270
MUZ2229H EUPHONIUM B2 5,010
MUZ2230H EUPHONIUM C2 5,010
MUZ2231H EUPHONIUM D2 4,660
MUZ2232H FLUTE A2 6,270
MUZ2232W FLUTE A2 6,270
MUZ2233H FLUTE B2 5,010
MUZ2234H FLUTE C2 5,010
MUZ2235H FLUTE D2 1,260
MUZ2235W FLUTE D2 1,260
MUZ2236H GUITAR A2 6,270
MUZ2237H GUITAR B2 5,010
MUZ2238H GUITAR C2 5,010
MUZ2239H GUITAR D2 4,660
MUZ2240H HARP A2 6,270
MUZ2241H HARP B2 5,010
MUZ2242H HARP C2 5,010
MUZ2243H HARP D2 4,660
MUZ2244H HARPSICHORD A2 6,270
MUZ2244W HARPSICHORD A2 6,270
MUZ2245H HARPSICHORD B2 5,010
MUZ2246H HARPSICHORD C2 5,010
MUZ2248H HORN A2 6,270
MUZ2248W HORN A2 6,270
MUZ2249H HORN B2 5,010
MUZ2250H HORN C2 5,010
MUZ2251H HORN D2 4,660
MUZ2252H JAZZ GUITAR B2 5,010
MUZ2253H JAZ GUITAR D2 4,660
MUZ2254H JAZZ PIANO B2 5,010
MUZ2255H JAZZ PIANO D2 1,260
MUZ2256H OBOE A2 6,270
MUZ2257H OBOE B2 5,010
MUZ2257W OBOE B2 5,010
MUZ2258H OBOE C2 5,010
MUZ2259H OBOE D2 4,660
MUZ2260H ORGAN A2 6,270
MUZ2260W ORGAN A2 6,270
MUZ2261H ORGAN B2 5,010
MUZ2261W ORGAN B2 5,010
MUZ2262H ORGAN C2 5,010
MUZ2262W ORGAN C2 5,010
MUZ2263H ORGAN D2 4,660
MUZ2263W ORGAN D2 4,660
MUZ2264H PERCUSSION A2 6,270
MUZ2265H PERCUSSION B2 5,010
MUZ2265W PERCUSSION B2 5,010
76 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

MUZ2266H PERCUSSION C2 5,010


MUZ2266W PERCUSSION C2 5,010
MUZ2267H PERCUSSION D2 4,660
MUZ2267W PERCUSSION D2 4,660
MUZ2268H PIANO A2 6,270
MUZ2269H PIANO B2 5,010
MUZ2270H PIANO C2 2,510
MUZ2271H PIANO D2 4,660
MUZ2273H RECORDER A2 6,270
MUZ2273W RECORDER A2 6,270
MUZ2274H RECORDER B2 5,010
MUZ2274W RECORDER B2 5,010
MUZ2275H RECORDER C2 5,010
MUZ2276H RECORDER D2 4,660
MUZ2277H SAXOPHONE A2 6,270
MUZ2278H SAXOPHONE B2 5,010
MUZ2279H SAXOPHONE C2 5,010
MUZ2279W SAXOPHONE C2 5,010
MUZ2280H SAXOPHONE D2 4,660
MUZ2280W SAXOPHONE D2 4,660
MUZ2281H SECONDARY PIANO 2 1,260
MUZ2282H SINGING A2 6,270
MUZ2283H SINGING B2 5,010
MUZ2284H SINGING C2 5,010
MUZ2284W SINGING C2 5,010
MUZ2285H SINGING D2 4,660
MUZ2285W SINGING D2 4,660
MUZ2286H TROMBONE A2 6,270
MUZ2286W TROMBONE A2 6,270
MUZ2287H TROMBONE B2 5,010
MUZ2288H TROMBONE C2 5,010
MUZ2289H TROMBONE D2 4,660
MUZ2289W TROMBONE D2 4,660
MUZ2290H TRUMPET A2 6,270
MUZ2291H TRUMPET B2 5,010
MUZ2291W TRUMPET B2 5,010
MUZ2292H TRUMPET C2 5,010
MUZ2293H TRUMPET D2 4,660
MUZ2293W TRUMPET D2 4,660
MUZ2294H TUBA B2 5,010
MUZ2295H TUBA C2 5,010
MUZ2296H TUBA D2 4,660
MUZ2297H VIOLA A2 6,270
MUZ2297W VIOLA A2 6,270
MUZ2298H VIOLA B2 5,010
MUZ2298W VIOLA B2 5,010
MUZ2299H VIOLA C2 5,010
MUZ2300H VIOLA D2 4,660
MUZ2301H VIOLIN A2 6,270
MUZ2302H VIOLIN B2 5,010
MUZ2302W VIOLIN B2 5,010
MUZ2303H VIOLIN C2 5,010
MUZ2304H VIOLIN D2 4,660
MUZ2304W VIOLIN D2 4,660
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 77

MUZ2305H VOCAL STUDIES 2 4,790


MUZ2306H JAZZ SINGING B2 5,010
MUZ2307H JAZZ SINGING D2 4,660
MUZ2320H ACCOMPANYING II 1,890
MUZ2322S AFRICAN MUSIC II 4,390
MUZ2323H AFRICAN MUSIC ENSEMBLE II 3,760
MUZ2323W AFRICAN MUSIC ENSEMBLE II 3,760
MUZ2324H AURAL II 3,140
MUZ2328H CHAMBER MUSIC II 5,010
MUZ2330H COMPOSITION I 3,760
MUZ2332H DICTION AND PRESENTATION II 4,660
MUZ2333H ENSEMBLE II 1,890
MUZ2339H HISTORY OF JAZZ II 4,390
MUZ2340H HISTORY OF MUSIC II 4,390
MUZ2341H JAZZ ARRANGEMENT II 10,010
MUZ2342H JAZZ ENSEMBLE II 2,510
MUZ2342W JAZZ ENSEMBLE II 2,510
MUZ2343H JAZZ IMPROVISATION II 5,650
MUZ2345H JAZZ STYLES & ANALYSIS I 4,390
MUZ2347H MOVEMENT II 5,570
MUZ2349H MUSIC EDUCATION I 4,390
MUZ2350H MUSIC THEORY II 4,660
MUZ2351H MUSIC THEORY AND ANALYSIS II 5,010
MUZ2352H OPERA HISTORY I 4,080
MUZ2353H OPERA WORKSHOP II 5,570
MUZ2354H ORCHESTRAL STUDIES I 6,270
MUZ2356H REPERTOIRE II 1,890
MUZ2359H STAGECRAFT II 5,570
MUZ2360H TEACHING METHOD I 2,040
MUZ2361H THEORY & AURAL SKILLS II 4,790
MUZ2363H THEORY OF JAZZ II 5,010
MUZ2365H VOCAL TECHNIQUES II 1,890
MUZ2366H WORLD MUSIC ENSEMBLE II 2,510
MUZ2367S WORLDS OF MUSIC II 4,390
MUZ2368H ENSEMBLE ADDITIONAL II 1,890
MUZ2368W ENSEMBLE ADDITIONAL II 1,890
MUZ2369H JAZZ ENSEMBLE ADDITIONAL II 2,510
MUZ2370H SECONDARY TEACHING METHOD I 2,040
MUZ2370W SECONDARY TEACHING METHOD I 2,040
MUZ2371H MUSIC TECHNOLOGY II 5,010
MUZ2373H JAZZ EAR TRAINING I 3,150
MUZ2374H SECONDARY MARIMBA II 1,260
MUZ2375H AFRICAN MUSIN THEORY II 5,010
MUZ2376H SINGERS' THEATRE II 4,390
MUZ2377H LYRIC DICTION II 4,660
MUZ2801H AFRICAN DANCE NOTATION II 4,660
MUZ2802H AFRICAN DANCE PRACTICE II 7,750
MUZ2804Z BODY CONDITIONING II 0
MUZ2805H CHOREOGRAPHIC STUDIES II 4,660
MUZ2806H CLASSICAL BALLET II 5,810
MUZ2808H CONTEMPORARY DANCE II 5,810
MUZ2816H PERFORMANCE STUDIES II 4,660
MUZ2817H WESTERN DANCE MUSICOLOGY II 5,810
MUZ2818H WESTERN DANCE NOTATION II 4,660
78 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

MUZ2820H DANCE TEACHING METHOD III 5,810


MUZ2821H AFRICAN DANCE HISTORY II 5,150
MUZ2822H WESTERN DANCE HISTORY II 4,660
MUZ2902H AFRICAN DANCE PRACTICE II (DIP) 5,810
MUZ2906H CLASSICAL BALLET II (DIP) 5,810
MUZ2908H CONTEMPORARY DANCE II (DIP) 5,810
MUZ3200H AFRICAN INSTRUMENT A3 7,510
MUZ3201H AFRICAN INSTRUMENT B3 6,270
MUZ3202H AFRICAN INSTRUMENT C3 5,010
MUZ3203H AFRICAN INSTRUMENT D3 4,660
MUZ3204H BASS GUITAR B3 6,270
MUZ3204W BASS GUITAR B3 6,270
MUZ3205H BASS GUITAR D3 4,660
MUZ3206H BASSOON A3 7,510
MUZ3207H BASSOON B3 6,270
MUZ3207W BASSOON B3 6,270
MUZ3208H BASSOON C3 5,010
MUZ3209H BASSOON D3 4,660
MUZ3210H CELLO A3 7,510
MUZ3211H CELLO B3 6,270
MUZ3211W CELLO B3 6,270
MUZ3212H CELLO C3 5,010
MUZ3214H CLARINET A3 7,510
MUZ3214W CLARINET A3 7,510
MUZ3215H CLARINET B3 6,270
MUZ3215W CLARINET B3 6,270
MUZ3216H CLARINET C3 5,010
MUZ3216W CLARINET C3 5,010
MUZ3217H CLARINET D3 4,660
MUZ3218H CONDUCTING A3 7,510
MUZ3219H CONDUCTING B3 6,270
MUZ3220H CONDUCTING D3 4,660
MUZ3222H DOUBLE BASS A3 7,510
MUZ3222W DOUBLE BASS A3 7,510
MUZ3224H DOUBLE BASS C3 5,010
MUZ3225H DOUBLE BASS D3 4,660
MUZ3225W DOUBLE BASS D3 4,660
MUZ3226H DRUM SET B3 6,270
MUZ3227H DRUM SET D3 4,660
MUZ3228H EUPHONIUM A3 7,510
MUZ3228W EUPHONIUM A3 7,510
MUZ3229H EUPHONIUM B3 6,270
MUZ3230H EUPHONIUM C3 5,010
MUZ3231H EUPHONIUM D3 4,660
MUZ3232H FLUTE A3 7,510
MUZ3233H FLUTE B3 6,270
MUZ3234H FLUTE C3 5,010
MUZ3234W FLUTE C3 5,010
MUZ3235H FLUTE D3 4,660
MUZ3236H GUITAR A3 7,510
MUZ3236W GUITAR A3 7,510
MUZ3237H GUITAR B3 6,270
MUZ3238H GUITAR C3 5,010
MUZ3239H GUITAR D3 4,660
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 79

MUZ3240H HARP A3 7,510


MUZ3241H HARP B3 6,270
MUZ3242H HARP C3 5,010
MUZ3243H HARP D3 4,660
MUZ3244H HARPSICHORD A3 7,510
MUZ3245H HARPSICHORD B3 6,270
MUZ3246H HARPSICHORD C3 5,010
MUZ3247H HARPSICHORD D3 4,660
MUZ3248H HORN A3 7,510
MUZ3249H HORN B3 6,270
MUZ3250H HORN C3 5,010
MUZ3251H HORN D3 4,660
MUZ3252H JAZZ GUITAR B3 6,270
MUZ3253H JAZ GUITAR D3 4,660
MUZ3254H JAZZ PIANO B3 6,270
MUZ3255H JAZZ PIANO D3 4,660
MUZ3256H OBOE A3 7,510
MUZ3257H OBOE B3 6,270
MUZ3258H OBOE C3 5,010
MUZ3259H OBOE D3 4,660
MUZ3260H ORGAN A3 7,510
MUZ3260W ORGAN A3 7,510
MUZ3261H ORGAN B3 6,270
MUZ3262H ORGAN C3 5,010
MUZ3263H ORGAN D3 4,660
MUZ3264H PERCUSSION A3 7,510
MUZ3265H PERCUSSION B3 6,270
MUZ3265W PERCUSSION B3 6,270
MUZ3266H PERCUSSION C3 5,010
MUZ3267H PERCUSSION D3 4,660
MUZ3268H PIANO A3 7,510
MUZ3269H PIANO B3 6,270
MUZ3270H PIANO C3 2,510
MUZ3271H PIANO D3 4,660
MUZ3273H RECORDER A3 7,510
MUZ3273W RECORDER A3 7,510
MUZ3274H RECORDER B3 6,270
MUZ3274W RECORDER B3 6,270
MUZ3275H RECORDER C3 5,010
MUZ3275W RECORDER C3 5,010
MUZ3276H RECORDER D3 4,660
MUZ3277H SAXOPHONE A3 7,510
MUZ3278H SAXOPHONE B3 6,270
MUZ3279H SAXOPHONE C3 5,010
MUZ3279W SAXOPHONE C3 5,010
MUZ3280H SAXAPHONE D3 4,660
MUZ3281H SECONDARY PIANO 3 2,320
MUZ3282H SINGING A3 7,510
MUZ3283H SINGING B3 6,270
MUZ3284H SINGING C3 5,010
MUZ3284W SINGING C3 5,010
MUZ3285H SINGING D3 4,660
MUZ3285W SINGING D3 4,660
MUZ3286H TROMBONE A3 7,510
80 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

MUZ3286W TROMBONE A3 7,510


MUZ3287H TROMBONE B3 6,270
MUZ3288H TROMBONE C3 5,010
MUZ3289H TROMBONE D3 4,660
MUZ3289W TROMBONE D3 4,660
MUZ3290H TRUMPET A3 7,510
MUZ3291H TRUMPET B3 6,270
MUZ3292H TRUMPET B3 6,270
MUZ3293H TRUMPET D3 4,660
MUZ3294H TUBA B3 6,270
MUZ3294W TUBA B3 6,270
MUZ3295H TUBA C3 5,010
MUZ3296H TUBA D3 4,660
MUZ3297H VIOLA A3 7,510
MUZ3298H VIOLA B3 6,270
MUZ3299H VIOLA C3 5,010
MUZ3300H VIOLA D3 4,660
MUZ3301H VIOLIN A3 7,510
MUZ3302H VIOLIN B3 6,270
MUZ3302W VIOLIN B3 6,270
MUZ3303H VIOLIN C3 5,010
MUZ3303W VIOLIN C3 5,010
MUZ3304H VIOLIN D3 4,660
MUZ3304W VIOLIN D3 4,660
MUZ3305H VOCAL STUDIES 3 4,790
MUZ3306H JAZZ SINGING B3 6,270
MUZ3307H JAZZ SINGING D3 4,660
MUZ3320H ACCOMPANYING III 1,890
MUZ3322F AFRICAN MUSIC III 5,010
MUZ3323H AFRICAN MUSIC ENSEMBLE III 5,160
MUZ3328H CHAMBER MUSIC III 7,510
MUZ3330H COMPOSITION II 5,010
MUZ3332H DICTION AND PRESENTATION III 4,660
MUZ3333H ENSEMBLE III 1,890
MUZ3336H FINAL RECITAL (PDM) 2,320
MUZ3340H HISTORY OF MUSIC III 5,010
MUZ3342H JAZZ ENSEMBLE III 2,510
MUZ3343W JAZZ IMPROVISATION III 10,010
MUZ3344H JAZZ MASTERCLASS (PDM) 4,660
MUZ3344W JAZZ MASTERCLASS (PDM) 4,660
MUZ3346H MASTERCLASS (PDM) 4,660
MUZ3349H MUSIC EDUCATION II 5,010
MUZ3351H MUSIC THEORY AND ANALYSIS III 5,650
MUZ3352H OPERA HISTORY II 5,570
MUZ3354H ORCHESTRAL STUDIES II 7,510
MUZ3355H ORCHESTRATION I 3,760
MUZ3360H TEACHING METHOD II 2,040
MUZ3361H THEORY & AURAL SKILLS III 4,790
MUZ3362F THEORY & HIST TEACHING METHOD 2,510
MUZ3366H WORLD MUSIC ENSEMBLE III 9,280
MUZ3366W WORLD MUSIC ENSEMBLE III 9,280
MUZ3367F WORLDS OF MUSIC III 5,010
MUZ3368H ENSEMBLE ADDITIONAL III 1,890
MUZ3368W ENSEMBLE ADDITIONAL III 1,890
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 81

MUZ3369H JAZZ ENSEMBLE ADDITIONAL III 2,510


MUZ3370H SECONDARY TEACHING METHOD II 2,040
MUZ3370W SECONDARY TEACHING METHOD II 2,040
MUZ3373H JAZZ EAR TRAINING II 3,760
MUZ3375H AFRICAN MUSIC THEORY III 5,650
MUZ3376H SINGERS' THEATRE III 4,590
MUZ3377H LYRIC DICTION III 4,660
MUZ3801H AFRICAN DANCE NOTATION III 9,280
MUZ3802W AFRICAN DANCE PRACTICE III 8,720
MUZ3805H CHOREOGRAPHIC STUDIES III 7,750
MUZ3806W CLASSICAL BALLET III 8,720
MUZ3807H CLASSICAL BALLET 3A 4,360
MUZ3808W CONTEMPORARY DANCE III 8,720
MUZ3809H CONTEMPORARY DANCE IIIA 4,360
MUZ3817H WESTERN DANCE MUSICOLOGY III 7,750
MUZ3818H WESTERN DANCE NOTATION III 7,750
MUZ3820H DANCE TEACHING METHOD IV 7,750
MUZ3821H AFRICAN DANCE HISTORY III 7,750
MUZ3822H WESTERN DANCE HISTORY III 7,750
MUZ3902H AFRICAN DANCE PRACTICE III (DIP) 8,720
MUZ3906H CLASSICAL BALLET III (DIP) 8,720
MUZ3908H CONTEMPORARY DANCE III (DIP) 8,720
MUZ4200W AFRICAN INSTRUMENT A4 11,270
MUZ4201W AFRICAN INSTRUMENT B4 10,010
MUZ4202H AFRICAN INSTRUMENT C4 4,660
MUZ4203H AFRICAN INSTRUMENT D4 4,660
MUZ4204W BASS GUITAR B4 10,010
MUZ4205H BASS GUITAR D4 4,660
MUZ4206W BASSOON A4 11,270
MUZ4208H BASSOON C4 4,660
MUZ4209H BASSOON D4 4,660
MUZ4210W CELLO A4 11,270
MUZ4211W CELLO B4 10,010
MUZ4212H CELLO C4 4,660
MUZ4214W CLARINET A4 11,270
MUZ4215W CLARINET B4 10,010
MUZ4217H CLARINET D4 4,660
MUZ4218W CONDUCTING A4 11,270
MUZ4219W CONDUCTING B4 10,010
MUZ4220H CONDUCTING D4 4,660
MUZ4222W DOUBLE BASS A4 11,270
MUZ4223W DOUBLE BASS B4 10,010
MUZ4224H DOUBLE BASS C4 4,660
MUZ4225H DOUBLE BASS D4 4,660
MUZ4226W DRUM SET B4 10,010
MUZ4227H DRUM SET D4 4,660
MUZ4228W EUPHONIUM A4 11,270
MUZ4229W EUPHONIUM B4 10,010
MUZ4230H EUPHONIUM C4 4,660
MUZ4231H EUPHONIUM D4 4,660
MUZ4232W FLUTE A4 11,270
MUZ4233W FLUTE B4 10,010
MUZ4234H FLUTE C4 4,660
MUZ4235H FLUTE D4 4,660
82 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

MUZ4236W GUITAR A4 11,270


MUZ4237W GUITAR B4 10,010
MUZ4238H GUITAR C4 4,660
MUZ4239H GUITAR D4 4,660
MUZ4240W HARP A4 11,270
MUZ4241W HARP B4 10,010
MUZ4242H HARP C4 4,660
MUZ4243H HARP D4 4,660
MUZ4244W HARPSICHORD A4 11,270
MUZ4245W HARPSICHORD B4 10,010
MUZ4246H HARPSICHORD C4 4,660
MUZ4247H HARPSICHORD D4 4,660
MUZ4248W HORN A4 11,270
MUZ4249W HORN B4 10,010
MUZ4250H HORN C4 4,660
MUZ4251H HORN D4 4,660
MUZ4252W JAZZ GUITAR B4 10,010
MUZ4253H JAZ GUITAR D4 4,660
MUZ4254W JAZZ PIANO B4 10,010
MUZ4255H JAZZ PIANO D4 4,660
MUZ4256W OBOE A4 11,270
MUZ4257W OBOE B4 10,010
MUZ4258H OBOE C4 4,660
MUZ4259H OBOE D4 4,660
MUZ4260W ORGAN A4 11,270
MUZ4261W ORGAN B4 10,010
MUZ4262H ORGAN C4 4,660
MUZ4263H ORGAN D4 4,660
MUZ4264W PERCUSSION A4 11,270
MUZ4265W PERCUSSION B4 10,010
MUZ4266H PERCUSSION C4 4,660
MUZ4267H PERCUSSION D4 4,660
MUZ4268W PIANO A4 11,270
MUZ4269W PIANO B4 10,010
MUZ4270H PIANO C4 4,660
MUZ4271H PIANO D4 4,660
MUZ4273W RECORDER A4 11,270
MUZ4274W RECORDER B4 10,010
MUZ4275H RECORDER C4 4,660
MUZ4276H RECORDER D4 4,660
MUZ4277W SAXOPHONE A4 10,010
MUZ4278W SAXOPHONE B4 10,010
MUZ4279H SAXAPHONE C4 4,660
MUZ4280H SAXAPHONE D4 4,660
MUZ4281H SECONDARY PIANO IV 2,320
MUZ4282W SINGING A4 10,010
MUZ4283W SINGING B4 10,010
MUZ4284H SINGING C4 4,660
MUZ4285H SINGING D4 4,660
MUZ4286W TROMBONE A4 11,270
MUZ4287W TROMBONE B4 10,010
MUZ4288H TROMBONE C4 4,660
MUZ4289H TROMBONE D4 4,660
MUZ4290W TRUMPET A4 11,270
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 83

MUZ4291W TRUMPET B4 10,010


MUZ4292H TRUMPET C4 4,660
MUZ4293H TRUMPET D4 4,660
MUZ4294W TUBA B4 10,010
MUZ4295H TUBA C4 4,660
MUZ4296H TUBA D4 4,660
MUZ4297W VIOLA A4 11,270
MUZ4298W VIOLA B4 10,010
MUZ4299H VIOLA C4 4,660
MUZ4300H VIOLA D4 4,660
MUZ4301W VIOLIN A4 11,270
MUZ4302W VIOLIN B4 10,010
MUZ4303H VIOLIN C4 4,660
MUZ4304H VIOLIN D4 4,660
MUZ4305H VOCAL STUDIES 4 5,740
MUZ4305W VOCAL STUDIES 4 5,740
MUZ4306W JAZZ SINGING B4 10,010
MUZ4307H JAZZ SINGING D4 4,660
MUZ4322S AFRICAN MUSIC IV 7,510
MUZ4323H AFRICAN MUSIC ENSEMBLE IV 5,730
MUZ4323W AFRICAN MUSIC ENSEMBLE IV 5,730
MUZ4330H COMPOSITION III 7,510
MUZ4332H DICTION AND PRESENTATION IV 5,570
MUZ4333H ENSEMBLE IV 1,890
MUZ4340H HISTORY OF MUSIC IV 7,510
MUZ4342H JAZZ ENSEMBLE IV 5,010
MUZ4344H JAZZ MASTERCLASS (BMUS) 5,010
MUZ4346W MASTERCLASS (BMUS) 4,660
MUZ4348F MUSIC BIBLIOGRAPHY 5,010
MUZ4351H MUSIC THEORY AND ANALYSIS IV 7,510
MUZ4354H ORCHESTRAL STUDIES III 11,270
MUZ4355H ORCHESTRATION II 5,010
MUZ4364H TREATISE 3,760
MUZ4364W TREATISE 3,760
MUZ4367S WORLDS OF MUSIC IV 7,510
MUZ4368H ENSEMBLE ADDITIONAL IV 1,890
MUZ4369H JAZZ ENSEMBLE ADDITIONAL IV 5,010
MUZ4372H MUSICOLOGY 5,010
MUZ4376H SINGERS' THEATRE IV 5,010
MUZ4377H LYRIC DICTION IV 4,750
MUZ4801H AFRICAN DANCE NOTATION IV 7,750
MUZ4802W AFRICAN DANCE PRACTICE IV 8,720
MUZ4805H CHOREOGRAPHIC STUDIES 4 7,750
MUZ4806W CLASSICAL BALLET IV 10,260
MUZ4807H CLASSICAL BALLET 4A 3,870
MUZ4808W CONTEMPORARY DANCE IV 10,260
MUZ4809H CONTEMPORARY DANCE IVA 3,870
MUZ4815H FINAL YEAR PROJECT 7,750
MUZ4818H WESTERN DANCE NOTATION IV 7,060
MUZ5008W MASTERS IN MUSIC 15,560
MUZ5013W COMPOSITION COMPONENT 20,690
MUZ5023F ADVANCED MUSIC ANALYSIS 4,580
MUZ5024F ADVANCED JAZZ ARRANGEMENT 4,580
MUZ5025H MAJOR RECITAL - HONOURS 9,890
84 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

MUZ5027H MINOR RECITAL I - HONOURS 4,950


MUZ5028H MINOR RECITAL II - HONOURS 4,950
MUZ5029H MINOR RECITAL - JAZZ/AFRICAN 9,150
MUZ5030H COMPOSITION - HONOURS 4,580
MUZ5031H COMPOSITION PORTFOLIO-HONOURS 18,300
MUZ5032H ORCHESTRATION PORTFOLIO 4,580
MUZ5033H RESEARCH ESSAY 4,580
MUZ5035F ETHNOGRAPHIC MUSIC METHODOLOGY 4,580
MUZ5036F SEL TOPICS IN ETHNOMUSICOLOGY 4,580
MUZ5040F ADV ORCHESTRATION - HONOURS 4,580
MUZ5041S ADVANCED MUSIC ANALYSIS B 4,580
MUZ5042F ADV MUSIC ANALYSIS 4,580
MUZ5043F MUSIC HISTORIOGRAPHY 4,580
MUZ5050H INTERIM MAJOR RECITAL PGDIP 7,450
MUZ5051H MINOR RECITAL II PGDIP 3,740
MUZ5052H FINAL MAJOR RECITAL PGDIP 7,450
MUZ5053H MINOR RECITAL I PG DIP 3,740
MUZ5080W HONS IN DANCE STUDIES 25,090
MUZ5081W HONS IN CHOREOGRAPHY 22,870
MUZ5082W HONS IN PERFORMANCE 25,090
MUZ6000W PHD IN MUSIC 11,180
MUZ6004W DOCTOR OF MUSIC - THESIS 11,180
MUZ6005W DOCTOR OF MUSIC (COPOSITION PART) 4,400
MUZ6006W DOCTOR OF MUSIC PERFORMANCE 4,400
MUZ6007H INTERIM MAJOR RECITAL MMUS 7,450
MUZ6008H MINOR RECITAL I MMUS 3,740
MUZ6009H MINOR RECITAL II MMUS 3,740
MUZ6010H FINAL MAJOR RECITAL MMUS 7,450
MUZ6011S CODICOLOGY & PALAEOGRAHOY 5,180
MUZ6012H CHANT INDICES: THEORY & PRACTICE 5,180
MUZ6014F TOPICS IN MUSICOLOGY A 5,180
MUZ6015S TOPICS IN MUSICOLOGY B 5,180
MUZ6016F TOPICS IN MUSICOLOGY C 5,180
MUZ6017F TOPICS IN MUSIC THEORY A 5,180
MUZ6018S TOPICS IN MUSIC THEORY B 5,180
MUZ6019F LITURGY & LITURGICAL BOOKS 5,180
MUZ6020F SEL TOPICS IN MUSICOLOGY 5,180
MUZ6020S SEL TOPICS IN MUSICOLOGY 5,180
MUZ6021W MINOR DISSERTATION 9,470
MUZ6080W MASTERS IN MUSIC 15,560
MUZ6083W MINOR DISSERTATION - DANCE 9,470
MUZ6084W CHOREOGRAPHY COMPONENT 9,470
OBS2001S SPECIAL STUDY MODULES 2,620
OBS4003W OBSTETRICS 10,330
OBS4005W OBS & GYNAE FOR EXTERNAL CREDIT 7,450
OBS5001W MSCMED OBS & GYNAE 15,560
OBS5005W GYNAECOLOGY 7,670
OBS6000W OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY 10,590
OBS6001W OBS & GYNAE FOR EXTERNAL CREDIT 10,330
OBS7001W PHD OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY 11,180
OBS7004W MMED OBSTETS & GYNAE PT 1 7,140
OBS7006W MMED OBSTETS & GYNAE PT 2 7,140
OBS7007W MMED OBSTETS & GYNAE PT 3 2,730
OBS7008W MPHIL REPRODUCTIVE MED PT 1 7,140
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 85

OBS7009W MPHIL REPRODUCT MED PT 2 2,730


OBS7010W MPHIL GYNAECOL ONCOLOGY PT 1 7,140
OBS7011W MPHIL GYNAECOLOG ONCOL PT 2 2,730
OBS7013W MPHIL MATERN & FETAL MED PT 1 7,140
OBS7014W MPHIL MAT&FAETAL MED PT 2 2,730
PBL2000F CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (PART A) 3,870
PBL2000W CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 7,750
PBL2001F INTERNATIONAL LAW (PART A) 1,740
PBL2001H INTERNATIONAL LAW 3,870
PBL2002W CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (ADP) 7,750
PBL2800F CRIME & DEVIANCE IN SA CITIES 3,870
PBL3000F INTERPRETATION OF STATUTES 3,490
PBL3801F CRIMINAL LAW (PART A) 3,870
PBL3801W CRIMINAL LAW 6,980
PBL3802H CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 3,490
PBL4001W ADMINISTRATIVE LAW 6,980
PBL4801H EVIDENCE 3,490
PBL4804F CRIME AND CRIMINOLOGY 4,580
PBL4806H RESEARCH PROJECT 4,580
PBL4807W CRIMINAL PROCESS 4,580
PBL4809S CRIME & SOCIAL CONTROL IN AFR 4,580
PBL4810F RESEARCH METHODS - CRIMINOLOGY 4,580
PBL5014F ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 1,680
PBL5028F EUROPEAN UNION LAW 1,740
PBL5030F REFUGEE & IMMIGRATION LAW 1,740
PBL5034S CONSTITUTIONAL LITIGATION 1,740
PBL5042F CURRENT ISSUES IN CONST LAW 1,740
PBL5043S INT'L HUMAN RIGHTS LAW & CONST 1,740
PBL5045S ENVIRONM LAW FOR NON-LAWYERS 3,260
PBL5046S CLIMATE, LAW & GOVERNANCE 3,260
PBL5047H CLIMATE CHANGE (MINOR DISS) 4,820
PBL5401H INDEPENDENT RESEARCH OPTION 1,740
PBL5406H INDEPENDENT RESEARCH OPTION 1,740
PBL5416H RFG: PUNISHMENT & CONSTITUTION 1,740
PBL5421H RFG: INT'L CRIMINAL LAW 1,740
PBL5439H RFG: PUBLIC LAW 1,740
PBL5440H RFG: WOMEN & THE LEGAL SYSTEM 1,740
PBL5444H RFG: ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 1,740
PBL5811F CONFLICT RESOLUTION 1,740
PBL5822F CRIME & CRIMINOLOGY 1,740
PBL6000W MASTERS IN PUBLIC LAW 9,140
PBL6001W MASTERS IN PUBLIC LAW DISS 4,820
PBL6002F INTERNATIONAL LAW OF THE SEA 9,620
PBL6002W MASTERS IN CONSTIT & ADMIN LAW 4,820
PBL6003W MASTERS IN MARINE LAW DISS 4,820
PBL6005W PG DIP LAW (HUM RTS) RES PAPER 2,410
PBL6007W PG DIP LAW (MARINE) RES PAPER 2,410
PBL6008S MARINE RESOURCES LAW 9,620
PBL6011W PG DIP LAW (PUBLIC) RES PAPER 2,410
PBL6012S ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 9,620
PBL6015F PRINCIP OF PUBLIC INTERN'L LAW 9,620
PBL6018S LAW ON DISPUTES, USE OF FORCE 9,620
PBL6019F INTERNAT'L ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 9,620
PBL6022S LEGAL WRITING 9,620
86 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

PBL6023F GOVERNING UNDER CONSTITUTION 9,620


PBL6024W MASTERS IN MAR & ENV LAW DISS 4,820
PBL6025W MASTERS IN CONST'L LAW DISS 4,820
PBL6026W MASTERS IN HUM RIGHTS LAW DISS 4,820
PBL6027W MASTERS IN INT PUB LAW DISS 4,820
PBL6028F INTERNAT RIGHTS OF THE CHILD 9,620
PBL6030S MARINE POLLUTION LAW 9,620
PBL6031S INT PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS 9,620
PBL6032W PG DIP LAW (ENVIRON) RES PAPER 2,410
PBL6033S LITIGATING THE BILL OF RIGHTS 9,620
PBL6034F HUMAN RIGHTS LAW 9,620
PBL6035S ADMINISTRATIVE JUSTICE 9,620
PBL6037S BIOSAFETY LAW 9,620
PBL6038S LAW, SCIENCE & ETHICS 9,620
PBL6040F PRINCIPLES OF ENVIRON LAW 9,620
PBL6041F LAND USE PLANNING LAW 9,620
PBL6042S NATURAL RESOURCES LAW 9,620
PBL6043S POLLUTION LAW 9,620
PBL6044S SEXUAL OFFENCES AND THE LAW 9,620
PBL6045W PG DIP IN LAW (BIOTECH) RES PAPER 2,410
PBL6046W MASTERS IN BIO ETHICS & LAW 4,820
PBL6047F SOCIAL JUSTICE, LAW & POVERTY 9,620
PBL6048S SOCIAL JUSTICE IN PRACTICE 9,620
PBL6049W MASTERS IN SOC JUSTICE DISS 4,820
PBL6050W PG DIP LAW (SOC JUS) RES PAPER 2,410
PBL6051S INT PROT WOMEN’S HUMAN RIGHTS 9,620
PBL6052S MUSLIM PERSONAL LAW & RIGHTS 9,620
PBL6053F REFUGEE LAW & HUMAN RIGHTS 9,620
PBL6054W MASTERS IN ENV LAW DISS 4,820
PBL6055W PG DIP LAW (CONST) RES PAPER 2,410
PBL6056W PG DIP LAW (INT'L) RES PAPER 2,410
PBL6057W PG DIP LAW (MAR ENV) RES PAPER 2,410
PBL6800W MASTERS IN CRIMINOLOGY 9,140
PBL6802W MASTERS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE 4,820
PBL6804W PG DIP LAW (CRIM J) RES PAPER 2,410
PBL6807S INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW 9,620
PBL6809W MASTERS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE 9,620
PBL6811F CURRENT DEBATES IN CRIM 9,620
PBL6815S PUNISHMENT & HUMAN RIGHTS 9,620
PBL6816S ADV CRIMINAL PROCEDURE & EVID 9,620
PBL6817W MASTERS IN INT CRIM JUST DISS 4,820
PBL6819S PRISONERS RIGHTS 9,620
PBL6820F THEORIES OF CRIME & SOC ORDER 9,620
PBL6822S VICTIMS & VICTIMOLOGY 9,620
PBL6844F POLICE AND POLICING 9,620
PBL7000W PHD IN PUBLIC LAW 11,180
PBL7800W PHD IN CRIMINOLOGY 11,180
PBL7803W PHD IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE 11,180
PED2001S SPECIAL STUDY MODULE 2,620
PED4000W PG DIP MATERN & CHILD HLTH PT1 13,850
PED4001W PG DIP MATERN & CHILD HLTH PT2 13,850
PED4003F PG DIP MATERN & CHILD HLTH 2,470
PED4004S PG DIP MATERN & CHILD HLTH 2,130
PED4016W NEONATOLOGY 4,380
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 87

PED4017F HEALTH & DEVELOPMENT 2,130


PED4018F EPIDEMIOLOGY 2,470
PED4019F INFO, EDUC & COMMUNICATION 1,760
PED4020S FOUNDTNS OF MAT & CHILD HLTH 2,130
PED4021F PRIORIT IN MAT & CHILD HEALTH 3,520
PED4022S THE PSYCHOS CONTXT OF MAT&CHIL HLTH 2,130
PED5001W PAEDIATRICS 5,260
PED5002F INTRO TO CLINICAL RESEARCH 1,420
PED5003W PAEDIATRICS FOR EXTERNAL CREDIT 9,390
PED5005S RES METHODS FOR HLTH PROF I 1,760
PED5006F THE PROCESS OF CLINICAL TRIALS 1,420
PED5007F PARTNERSHIPS WITH HUMAN SUBJECTS 1,420
PED5008S GOOD CLINICAL PRACTICE 1,760
PED5009S INTRO TO CLINICAL RESEARCH MONITORING 1,420
PED5010S MONITORING CLINICAL TRIALS 1,420
PED5012W MPHIL MAT&CHILD HLTH MINOR DISS 10,570
PED5013F RES METHODS FOR HLTH PROF II 1,760
PED5014S INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT 0
PED6000W PAEDIATRICS 10,710
PED6001W PAEDIATRICS FOR EXTERNAL CREDIT 9,390
PED7000W MSCMED PAEDIATRICS 15,560
PED7001W PHD PAEDIATRICS 11,180
PED7002W MD PAEDIATRICS 11,180
PED7004W MMED PAEDIATRICS PT 1 7,140
PED7005W MPHIL MATERN & CHILD HLTH PT 1 15,840
PED7006W MMED PAEDIATRICS PT 2 7,140
PED7007W MMED PAEDIATRICS PT 3 2,730
PED7008W MPHIL MATERN & CHILD HLTH PT 2 15,840
PED7009W MPHIL PAED NEPHROLOGY PT 1 7,140
PED7010W MPHIL NEONATOLOGY PT 1 7,140
PED7011W MPHIL PAED ONCOLOGY PT 1 7,140
PED7012W MPHIL PAED CARDIOLOGY PT 1 7,140
PED7019W MPHIL PAED NEPHROLOGY PT 2 2,730
PED7020W MPHIL NEONATOLOGY PT 2 2,730
PED7021W MPHIL PAED ONCOLOGY PT 2 2,730
PED7022W MPHIL PAED CARDIOLOGY PT 2 2,730
PED7023W MPHIL PAED ENDOCRIN PT 1 7,140
PED7024W MPHIL PAED ENDOCRIN PT 2 2,730
PED7025W MPHIL PAED NEUROLOGY PT 1 7,140
PED7026W MPHIL PAED NEUROLOGY PT 2 2,730
PED7027W MPHIL PAED CRITICAL CARE PT 1 7,140
PED7028W MPHIL PAED CRITICAL CARE PT 2 2,730
PED7029W MPHIL DEVELPMNTL PAEDS PT 1 7,140
PED7030W MPHIL DEVELOPMNTL PAEDS PT 2 2,730
PED7031W MPHIL MATNL&CHILD HLTH BY DISS 15,560
PED7032W PHD MATERNAL & CHILD HEALTH 11,180
PED7033W MPHIL PAED INFEC DISEAS PT 1 7,140
PED7034W MPHIL PAED INFEC DISEAS PT 2 2,730
PED7035W MPHIL PAED PULMONOLOGY PT1 7,140
PED7036W MPHIL PAED PULMONOLOGY PT 2 2,730
PED7037W PHD IN HEALTH COMMUNICATION 11,180
PHI1010P ETHICS 3,870
PHI1010S ETHICS 3,870
PHI1024F INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 3,870
88 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

PHI1024P INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 3,870


PHI1025F CRITICAL THINKING 3,870
PHI1026F CRITICAL FOUNDATIONS 3,870
PHI2012P PHILOSOPHY OF PSYCHOLOGY AND MIND 5,150
PHI2012S PHILOSOPHY OF PSYCH & MIND 5,150
PHI2016F PHILOSOPHY OF ART & LITERATURE 5,150
PHI2037F APPLIED ETHICS 5,150
PHI2040S PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE 5,150
PHI2041F GREAT PHILOSOPHERS 5,150
PHI2042S POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY 5,150
PHI2043F BUSINESS ETHICS 4,160
PHI2043S BUSINESS ETHICS 4,160
PHI3023F LOGIC AND LANGUAGE 5,150
PHI3024S METAPHYSICS AND EPISTOMOLOGY 5,150
PHI4000W HONOURS IN PHILOSOPHY 22,900
PHI4004H PHILOSOPHICAL TEXTS 4,580
PHI4010S FORMAL LOGIC 4,580
PHI4012F PHILOSOPHY OF PSYCHOLOGY 4,580
PHI4013F MORAL PHILOSOPHY/APPLIED ETHIC 4,580
PHI4015S CONTEMP PHILOSOPHY OF THOUGHT 4,580
PHI4016S TRUTH 4,580
PHI4017F AESTHETICS 4,580
PHI4018S PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE 4,580
PHI4019W RESEARCH ESSAY/PROJECT 4,580
PHI4020F ETHICS FOR ACCOUNTING 1,960
PHI4021F TOPICS: RATIONAL DECSIONMAKING 4,580
PHI5000W MASTERS IN PHILOSOPHY 15,560
PHI5001W MASTERS COURSEWORK 20,690
PHI5002W MINOR DISSERTATION 9,470
PHI5003S CONTEMPORARY METAPHYSICS 5,180
PHI6000W PHD IN PHILOSOPHY 11,180
PHY1004W MATTER & INTERACTION 8,450
PHY1012F PHYSICS A FOR ENG 4,240
PHY1012S PHYSICS A FOR ENG 4,240
PHY1013F PHYSICS B FOR ENG 4,240
PHY1013S PHYSICS B FOR ENG 4,240
PHY1014F PHYSICS A FOR ASPECT 4,240
PHY1015S PHYSICS B FOR ASPECT 4,240
PHY1023H PRINCIP OF PHYSICS A 4,240
PHY1024F PRINCIP OF PHYSICS B 4,240
PHY1025F PHYSICS 1025 4,240
PHY1025S PHYSICS 1025 4,240
PHY1031F GENERAL PHYSICS A 4,240
PHY1032S GENERAL PHYSICS B 4,240
PHY2009S INTERMEDIATE PHYSICS 5,610
PHY2010S ELECTROMAG FOR ENG 5,610
PHY2014F WAVES, VIB & ELECTR 5,610
PHY2015S CLASS & QUAN MECH 5,610
PHY3021F ADVANCED PHYSICS A 8,450
PHY3022S ADVANCED PHYSICS B 8,450
PHY4000W HONOURS IN PHYSICS 30,700
PHY4001W HONS: THEO PHYSICS 30,700
PHY4002W HONS: MATH&THEO PHYS 30,700
PHY5000W MASTERS: PHYSICS 15,560
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 89

PHY5001W MASTERS: THEO PHYS 15,560


PHY5003W MSC: NASSP-DISS 15,560
PHY5006W MASTERS: TERT PHY ED 15,560
PHY6000W PHD: PHYSICS 11,180
PHY6001W PHD: TERT PHY ED 11,180
POL1004F INTRODUCTION TO POLITICS 3,870
POL1004P INTRODUCTION TO POLITICS 3,870
POL1005S INTERNATIONAL POLITICS 3,870
POL1006P INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 3,870
POL1006S INTRO TO PUBLIC ADMIN 3,870
POL2002S POLITICAL THEORY 5,150
POL2022F STATE, MANAGEMENT & ADMIN 5,150
POL2036F CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL ECONOMY 5,150
POL2038F COMPARATIVE POLITICS 5,150
POL2039S POL OF INT ECONOMIC RELATIONS 5,150
POL2040S PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION&DEVELOPMENT 5,150
POL3013S SA POL THOUGHT & TRADITIONS 5,150
POL3029S THIRD WORLD POLITICS 5,150
POL3030F CONFLICT IN WORLD POLITICS 5,150
POL3037F POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION 5,150
POL3038S URBAN POLITICS AND ADMIN 5,150
POL3039F ADVANCED S.AFRICAN POLITICS 5,150
POL4001F SOUTH AFRICAN POLITICS 4,580
POL4001S SOUTH AFRICAN POLITICS 4,580
POL4002F THEORIES OF INTERNAT RELATIONS 4,580
POL4002S THEORIES OF INTERNAT RELATIONS 4,580
POL4003F THEORIES OF RIGHTS & JUSTICE 4,580
POL4003S THEORIES OF RIGHTS & JUSTICE 4,580
POL4004F POLITICAL ETHICS & DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE 4,580
POL4004S POLITICAL ETHICS & DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE 4,580
POL4005H INTERNSHIP COMPONENT 1 4,580
POL4006F PUBLIC POLICY 4,580
POL4006S PUBLIC POLICY 4,580
POL4007H RESEARCH ESSAY/PROJECT 4,580
POL4008F REGIONALISM IN AFRICA 4,580
POL4008S REGIONALISM IN AFRICA 4,580
POL4009F DEMOC TRANSITIONS & CONSOLIDTN 4,580
POL4009S DEMOC TRANSITIONS & CONSOLIDTN 4,580
POL4011F DEVELOPMENTAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT 4,580
POL4011S DEVELOPMENTAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT 4,580
POL4012F COMPARATIVE POLITICS 4,580
POL4012S COMPARATIVE POLITICS 4,580
POL4013F COMPARATIVE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 4,580
POL4013S COMPARATIVE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 4,580
POL4014F IDEOLOGY & THE STATE 4,580
POL4014S IDEOLOGY & THE STATE 4,580
POL4015F LOCAL GOVERNMENT 4,580
POL4015S LOCAL GOVERNMENT 4,580
POL4018F DEMOCRATIZATION 4,580
POL4018S DEMOCRATIZATION 4,580
POL4019F PUBLIC POLICY ANALYSIS 4,580
POL4019S PUBLIC POLICY ANALYSIS 4,580
POL4026F DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT 4,580
POL4026S DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT 4,580
90 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

POL4032F COMPARATIVE TRANSITNL JUSTICE 4,580


POL4032S COMPARATIVE TRANSITNL JUSTICE 4,580
POL4033F AFRICAN POLITICS 4,580
POL4033S AFRICAN POLITICS 4,580
POL4036F CONFLICT RESOLUTN:THEORY&PRACT 4,580
POL4036S CONFLICT RESOLUTN:THEORY&PRACT 4,580
POL4038F CURRENT CONFLICTS / ISSUES 4,580
POL4038S CURRENT CONFLICTS / ISSUES 4,580
POL4039F PEACE OPS IN WORLD POLITICS 4,580
POL4039S PEACE OPS IN WORLD POLITICS 4,580
POL4044F GLOBAL POLITICAL THOUGHT 4,580
POL4044S GLOBAL POLITICAL THOUGHT 4,580
POL4045F POLITICAL ADMIN & GOVERNANCE 4,580
POL4045S POLITICAL ADMIN & GOVERNANCE 4,580
POL4046F THIRD WORLD POLITICS 4,580
POL4046S THIRD WORLD POLITICS 4,580
POL4047F THIRD WORLD POLITICS 4,580
POL4047S THIRD WORLD POLITICS 4,580
POL5000W MASTERS IN POLITICAL STUDIES 15,560
POL5001F COMPARATIVE POLITICS 5,180
POL5001S COMPARATIVE POLITICS 5,180
POL5003W MASTERS IN PUBLIC ADMIN 15,560
POL5004F DEMOCRATIC SOCIETIES 5,180
POL5004S DEMOCRATIC SOCIETIES 5,180
POL5005H INTERNSHIP COMPONENT 2 5,180
POL5005H INTERNSHIP COMPONENT 2 5,180
POL5006F PUBLIC MANAGEMENT 5,180
POL5006S PUBLIC MANAGEMENT 5,180
POL5007F POLICY EVALUATION & IMPLEMENTN 5,180
POL5007S POLICY EVALUATION & IMPLEMENTN 5,180
POL5010W MINOR DISSERTATION 9,470
POL5011F POLITICS OF GENDER IN THE 3RD WORLD 5,180
POL5011S POLITICS OF GENDER IN THE 3RD WORLD 5,180
POL5012F INTERNATIONL POLITICAL ECONOMY 5,180
POL5014F INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS 5,180
POL5014S INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS 5,180
POL5019F PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM 5,180
POL5019S PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM 5,180
POL5020F FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION 5,180
POL5020S FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION 5,180
POL5022F COMPAR. POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS 5,180
POL5022F COMPAR. POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS 5,180
POL5022S COMPAR. POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS 5,180
POL5023F POLITICAL BEHAVIOUR & RESEARCH 5,180
POL5023S POLITICAL BEHAVIOUR & RESEARCH 5,180
POL5025F RESEARCH/INTERNSHIP 5,180
POL5025S RESEARCH/INTERNSHIP 5,180
POL5026F SPECIAL TOPICS I 5,180
POL5026S SPECIAL TOPICS I 5,180
POL5027F PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIVE THOUGHT 5,180
POL5027S PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIVE THOUGHT 5,180
POL5028F LANDMARKS OF POLITICAL THOUGHT 5,180
POL5028F LANDMARKS OF POLITICAL THOUGHT 5,180
POL5028S LANDMARKS OF POLITICAL THOUGHT 5,180
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 91

POL5029F POLITICAL ETHICS 5,180


POL5029S POLITICAL ETHICS 5,180
POL5030F DISCOURSE AND IDEOLOGY 5,180
POL5030S DISCOURSE AND IDEOLOGY 2,610
POL5031H ADV PUBLIC OPINION ANALYSIS 2,610
POL5032F INTERNATIONL POLITICAL ECONOMY 5,180
POL5032S INTERNATIONL POLITICAL ECONOMY 5,180
POL5033F CITIES IN THE 21ST CENTURY 5,180
POL5033S CITIES IN THE 21ST CENTURY 5,180
POL5034F CONFLICT IN AFRICA 5,180
POL5034S CONFLICT IN AFRICA 5,180
POL5035F DATA ANALYSIS IN POL SCIENCES 5,180
POL5035S DATA ANALYSIS IN POL SCIENCES 5,180
POL5036S SPECIAL TOPICS II 5,180
POL5037F POST-CONFLICT JUSTICE IN AFRICA 5,180
POL5037S POST-CONFLICT JUSTICE IN AFRICA 5,180
POL6000W PHD IN POLITICAL STUDIES 11,180
POL6001W PHD IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 11,180
PPH1001F BECOMING A PROFESSIONAL 5,070
PPH1002S BECOMING A HEALTH PROFESSIONAL 5,070
PPH2000W BECOMING A DOCTOR PT 1A 11,290
PPH2002S SPECIAL STUDY MODULE 2,620
PPH3000H BECOMING A DOCTOR PT 2A 12,870
PPH4004F PRINCIPLES OF FAMILY MEDICINE 3,270
PPH4005S EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE 2,660
PPH4006S CLINICAL MEDICINE (A) 4,290
PPH4007S ETHICS 2,460
PPH4011S CLINICAL MEDICINE (B) 3,670
PPH4013W PUBLIC HEALTH 4,570
PPH4018F HEALTH ECONOMICS 1 3,140
PPH4019F ECONOMIC EVALUATION 3,140
PPH4019S ECONOMIC EVALUATION 3,140
PPH4020F MICROECONOMICS FOR HEALTH SECT 3,140
PPH4020S MICROECONMCS FOR HLTH SECTOR 3,140
PPH4021S PRIOR SETT, RES ALLOC & EQUITY 3,140
PPH4022F HEALTH ECONOMICS 2 3,140
PPH4023F ECONOMICS OF HEALTH SYSTEMS 3,140
PPH4024S HEALTH ECONOMICS 3 3,140
PPH4025S CURR DEV IN HLTH ECONOMICS 3,140
PPH4028F MPhil Family Medicine 4,290
PPH4029H PREV & PROM OF CHRONIC ILLNESS 4,290
PPH4030S CLINICAL PALLIATIVE CARE 13,190
PPH4031S PAEDIATRIC PALLIATIVE CARE 13,190
PPH4032H PALLIATIVE CARE PRINCIPLES 13,190
PPH4033F PESTICIDE RISK MNGMNT 4,180
PPH4033S PESTICIDE RISK MNGMNT 4,180
PPH4034F HLTH & SAFETY MNGMNT 4,180
PPH4034S HLTH & SAFETY MNGMNT 4,180
PPH4035F MGT OF ENVIRONMTL RISK 4,180
PPH4035S MGT OF ENVIRONMTL RISK 4,180
PPH4036F CONTRL OF USE OF PESTICIDES 4,180
PPH4036S CONTRL OF USE OF PESTICIDES 4,180
PPH4037F LAB QUALITY ASSURANCE ASSESS 4,180
PPH4037S LAB QUALITY ASSURANCE ASSESS 4,180
92 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

PPH4038F PESTICIDE STORAGE & TRANSPRT 4,180


PPH4038S PESTICIDE STORAGE & TRANSPRT 4,180
PPH4039F OBSOLETE PESTICIDE STOCKS MNGMNT 4,180
PPH4039S OBSOLETE PESTICIDE STOCKS MNGMNT 4,180
PPH4040F OBSPESTSTOCKS CONT&CONTAM SITE MGT 4,180
PPH4041F CHEMICAL CONVENTIONS 4,180
PPH4042F PUB HEALTH & PESTICIDES 4,180
PPH4042S PUB HEALTH & PESTICIDES 4,180
PPH4043W HEALTH PROMOTION 4,570
PPH4044F TEACH&LEARN THEOR HLTHPROFL ED 6,350
PPH4045F LEARNING & TEACHING PRACTICE 6,350
PPH4046S ASSESSMNT HLTH PROFESSL EDUCN 6,350
PPH4047S CURRIC DEVLPMNT & CRSE DESIGN 6,350
PPH5000H PRIMARY HEALTH CARE ELECTIVE 1,490
PPH6000W FAMILY MEDICINE 6TH YEAR 5,330
PPH6002W CLINICAL MEDICINE (C) 9,400
PPH6003S HEALTH & CULTURE 1,180
PPH7001W MASTER FAMMED & PRIMCARE PT 2 10,570
PPH7008W PG DIP OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH 16,770
PPH7015W MASTER PUBLIC HEALTH PT 2 10,570
PPH7016F PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIETY 2,320
PPH7018F INTRODUCTION TO EPIDEMIOLOGY 2,320
PPH7021F BIOSTATISTICS I 2,320
PPH7022S EVIDENCE-BASED HEALTH CARE 2,320
PPH7029F ADVANCED EPIDEMIOLOGY 2,320
PPH7033W MMED PUBLIC HEALTH PT 1 7,140
PPH7034W MMED PUBLIC HEALTH PT 2 7,140
PPH7035W MMED PUBLIC HEALTH PT 3 2,730
PPH7039F THEORY&APPL ECONEVAL IN HLTH 2,320
PPH7041S HEALTH POLICY AND PLANNING 2,320
PPH7048W MPHIL PALLIATIVE MEDICINE PT 2 10,570
PPH7049S MACROECON & HLTHCARE FINANCNG 1,940
PPH7050F MICROECONOMICS FOR HLTH SECTOR 2,320
PPH7050S MICROECONOMICS FOR HLTH SECTOR 2,320
PPH7051W PHD FAMILY MEDICINE 11,180
PPH7052W MPH(HEALTH ECON) MINOR DISS 15,840
PPH7053S PUBLIC HEALTH & HUMAN RIGHTS 2,320
PPH7054F GENDER & HEALTH 2,320
PPH7055W PHD PUBLIC HEALTH 11,180
PPH7056W MMED OCCUP MEDICINE PT 1 7,140
PPH7057W MMED OCCUP MEDICINE PT 2 7,140
PPH7058W MMED OCCUP MEDICINE PT 3 2,730
PPH7059W MPHIL OCCUP HEALTH PT 1 15,840
PPH7060W MPHIL OCCUP HEALTH PT 2 15,840
PPH7061W MSCMED PUBLIC HEALTH 15,560
PPH7063S EPIDEMIOL OF INFECT DISEASES 2,320
PPH7064F QUANTIT METHODS FOR HEALTHECON 2,320
PPH7065S EPIDEMIOL OF NON-COMM DISEASES 2,320
PPH7070S QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS 2,320
PPH7071F QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS 2,320
PPH7072W MMED FAMILY MEDICINE PT 1 7,140
PPH7073W MMED FAMILY MEDICINE PT 2 7,140
PPH7074W MMED FAMILY MED PT 3 2,730
PPH7075S CLINICAL RESEARCH METHODS 2,320
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 93

PPH7077S ECONOMICS OF HEALTH SYSTEMS 2,320


PPH7078W MANAGING HLTH POLICY IMPLEMENT 6,120
PPH7079W MANAGING HLTH SYSTEM DEVELOPM 6,120
PPH7080H RESEARCH METHODS 10,570
PPH7081S ADVANCED PALLIATIVE CARE 10,570
PPH7082S INTRO HLTH MAN & PROG EVAL 2,320
PPH7083W SEMINARS IN CLINICAL RESEARCH 2,320
PPH7084S INTRO TO HEALTH SYSTEMS 2,320
PRY2001S SPECIAL STUDY MODULE 2,620
PRY2002W PSYCH FOR OCCUATIONAL THERAPY 4,080
PRY4000W CLINICAL PSYCHIATRY 4,170
PRY4003W MENTAL HEALTH IN CONTEXT 6,270
PRY4004W RES METHOD FOR PUB MNTL HLTH 6,270
PRY4005W MNTL HLTH POLICY & LEADERSHIP 6,270
PRY4006W MNTL HLTH INTERVENTIONS 6,270
PRY4007S WORKING WT ADDICTED FAMILY 3,180
PRY4008W EVIDE-BSD TREATMNT APPRCHES 3,180
PRY4009F SCREENG&ASSMNT OF ADDICTDIS 3,180
PRY4010S CASE MGT & SERVICE MONITRNG 3,180
PRY4011F MANGNG CO-OCCURNG MENTLDIS 3,180
PRY4012S ETHICS & PROFL DEVLPMNT 3,180
PRY4013F UNDERSTNDG ADDICT DISORD 3,180
PRY4014S PSYCHOPHARM & ADDICTNS 3,180
PRY4015S MNG CHILDR & ADOL W ADDICTDIS 3,180
PRY6000W PSYCHIATRY AND MENTAL HEALTH 5,330
PRY7001W PHD PSYCHIATRY 11,180
PRY7006W MPHIL CHILD& ADOLES PSYCH PT 1 7,140
PRY7007W MMED PSYCHIATRY PT 1 7,140
PRY7008W MMED PSYCHIATRY PT 2 7,140
PRY7009W MMED PSYCHIATRY PT 3 2,730
PRY7010W MPHIL CHILD&ADOLESPSYCH MINDIS 2,730
PRY7011W MSCMED PSYCHIATRY 15,560
PRY7013W MPHIL FORENSIC MNTL HLTH PT 1 21,130
PRY7014W MPHIL FORENSIC MNTL HLTH PT 2 10,570
PRY7016W MPHIL ADDICT MENTAL HLTH PT 1 21,120
PRY7017W MPHIL ADDICT MENTAL HLTH PT 2 10,570
PRY7018W MPHIL NEUROPSYCHIATRY PT 1 21,120
PRY7019W MPHIL NEUROPSYCHIATRY PT 2 10,570
PRY7020W MPHIL LIAISON MENTAL HLTH PT 1 21,120
PRY7021W MPHIL LIAISON MENTAL HLTH PT 2 10,570
PRY7022W MSCMED NEUROSCIENCE 15,560
PRY7023W MPHIL INTELLECTUAL DISABIL PT1 15,840
PRY7024S MPHIL INTELLECT DISAB PT 2 15,840
PSY1004F INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY PART 1 3,880
PSY1005S INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY PART 2 3,880
PSY1006F FOUNDATION PSYCHOLOGY PART 1 3,880
PSY1007S FOUNDATION PSYCHOLOGY PART2 3,880
PSY2003S SOCIAL PSYCH & INTERGROUP REL 5,150
PSY2006F RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY I 5,150
PSY2009F DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 5,150
PSY2010S COGNITION AND NEUROSCIENCE 5,150
PSY2011F CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY I 5,150
PSY3005F CRITICAL PSYCHOLOGY 5,150
PSY3007S RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY II 5,150
94 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

PSY3008F HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY 5,150


PSY3009F APPLIED COGNITIVE SCIENCE 5,150
PSY3010S INTRO TO CLINICAL NEUROPSYCH 5,150
PSY3011S CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY II 5,150
PSY4000F SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 4,580
PSY4000W HONOURS IN PSYCHOLOGY 22,900
PSY5002W MASTERS IN CLIN PSYCH C/WORK 24,780
PSY5003W MASTERS IN CLIN PSYCH DISS 9,470
PSY5011W MASTERS IN PSYCHOLOGY 15,560
PSY5016F PROGRAMME EVALUATION 5,180
PSY5018S NARRATIVE,TRAUMA & FORGIVENESS 5,180
PSY5019W MINOR DISSERTATION 22,410
PSY5020F NEUROPSYCHOLOGY 1 5,180
PSY5021S NEUROPSYCHOLOGY 2 5,180
PSY6000W PHD IN PSYCHOLOGY 11,180
RAY2001W RADIOBIOLOGY 9,640
RAY2004S SPECIAL STUDY MODULE 2,620
RAY4000W BSCMEDHONS IN RADIOBIOLOGY 31,010
RAY4005W BSMEDHONS MED PHYSICS 31,010
RAY4006W PG DIP PAEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY 24,450
RAY5001W MSCMED MEDICAL PHYSICS 15,560
RAY6000W PHD MEDICAL PHYSICS 11,180
RAY7000W MSCMED RADIOBIOLOGY 15,560
RAY7001W PHD RADIOTHERAPY 11,180
RAY7009W MMED RADIATION ONCOLOGY PT 1 7,140
RAY7010W MMED RADIATION ONCOLOGY PT 2 7,140
RAY7011W MMED RADIATION ONCOLOGY PT 3 2,730
RAY7012W MMED NUCLEAR MEDICINE PT 1 7,140
RAY7013W MMED NUCLEAR MEDICINE PT 2 7,140
RAY7014W MMED NUCLEAR MEDICINE PT 3 2,730
RAY7015W PHD NUCLEAR MEDICINE 11,180
RAY7017W MMED DIAGN RADIOLOGY PT 1 7,140
RAY7019W PHD RADIOLOGY 11,180
RAY7020W MMED DIAGN RADIOLOGY PT 2 7,140
RAY7021W MMED DIAGN RADIOLOGY PT 3 2,730
RDL1002H LAW OF PERSONS AND MARRIAGE 3,870
RDL1003F FOUNDATIONS OF SA LAW (PART A) 3,870
RDL1003S FOUNDATIONS OF SA LAW (PART B) 3,870
RDL1003W FOUNDATIONS OF SA LAW 7,750
RDL1004H COMPARATIVE LEGAL HISTORY 3,870
RDL1005H LAW OF PERSONS & MARRIAGE (ADP) 3,870
RDL1006W FOUNDATIONS OF SA LAW (ADP) 7,750
RDL1007H COMPARATIVE LEGAL HIST (ADP) 3,870
RDL2002H LAW OF PROPERTY 3,870
RDL3001H LAW OF SUCCESSION 3,490
RDL3003H LAW OF DELICT 3,490
RDL3005W LAW OF CONTRACT 6,980
RDL3008H CIVIL PROCEDURE 3,490
RDL4005H AFRICAN CUSTOMARY LAW 3,490
RDL4006H JURISPRUDENCE 3,490
RDL5000F CONFLICT OF LAWS 3,490
RDL5026H UNJ ENRICHMENT & CESSION 1,740
RDL5030H LEGAL PRACTICE 3,490
RDL5032H INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW 3,490
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 95

RDL5034Z INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN LAW 1,740


RDL5036F SELECTED STUDIES IN ROMAN LAW 1,740
RDL5038H PRIVATE LAW & HUMAN RIGHTS 3,490
RDL5406H INDEPENDENT RESEARCH OPTION 1,740
RDL5418H MOOT CAPUT 1,740
RDL5423H RFG: PRIVATE LAW 1,740
RDL5433H RFG: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW 1,740
RDL6006W MASTERS IN PRIVATE LAW 9,140
RDL6007W MASTERS IN PRIVATE LAW DISS 4,820
RDL6009S COMPARATIVE PRIVATE LAW 9,620
RDL6010W PG DIP LAW (PRIVATE) RES PAPER 2,410
RDL6012W MASTERS IN INT PRIV LAW DISS 4,820
RDL6013S DEVELOPMENTAL ISSUES IN IP LAW 9,620
RDL6014F ADVANCED IP LAW 9,620
RDL6015F BIOTECHNOLOGY & IP LAW 9,620
RDL6017F COMPARATIVE LAND LAW 9,620
RDL6020S ADVANCED CONTRACT LAW 9,620
RDL6021W PG DIP LAW (INT PROP) RES PAPER 2,410
RDL6022W MAST IN INTELL PROP LAW DISS 4,820
RDL6023F HUMAN RIGHTS & AFR CUSTOM LAW 9,620
RDL7003W PHD IN PRIVATE LAW 11,180
RDL7004W LLD IN PRIVATE LAW (THESIS) 11,180
REL1002F RELIGIONS PAST AND PRESENT 3,870
REL1006S JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY AND ISLA 3,870
REL1012F THINKING IN THE SOC SCIENCES 3,870
REL1012S THINKING IN THE SOC SCIENCES 3,870
REL1013H SOCIAL SCIENCES FOUNDATION 3,870
REL2040F RELIGION AND SOCIETY 5,150
REL2041F JUDAISM, ENLIGHTENMENT & HOLOCAST 5,150
REL2044F AFRICAN TRADITIONAL RELIGION 5,150
REL2045S RELIGION IN AFRICA 5,150
REL2047F RELIGION, SEXUALITY AND GENDER 5,150
REL2048S PSYCHOLOGY OF RELIGION 5,150
REL2049S RELIGION, SPIRITUALITY & ECOL 5,150
REL2050F ENLIGHTENMENT TO HOLOCAUST 5,150
REL3034F RELIGION AND MODERNITY 5,150
REL3035S RELIGION, ETHICS AND HUMAN RIG 5,150
REL3037F RELIGION, CONFLICT AND VIOLENC 5,150
REL3039F "THE DEATH OF GOD", AND MODERNITY 5,150
REL4010F CRITICAL TERMS IN RELIGIOUS ST 4,580
REL4011H RESEARCH PROJECT / ESSAY 4,580
REL4038F UNDERSTANDING PRESENT: CHRISTI 4,580
REL5000W MASTERS IN RELIGIOUS STUDIES 15,560
REL5001S CHRISTIANITY IN CONTEMP SA 5,180
REL5003W MINOR DISSERTATION 9,470
REL5020S PHENOMENOLOGY OF RELIGION 5,180
REL5055F LEVINAS, DERRIDA AND THE OTHER 5,180
REL5088S STUDIES IN PAUL 5,180
REL5091S EXPLORATIONS IN ISLAM 5,180
REL5094F METH.OPTIONS/STUDY OF MUSLIM S 5,180
REL5104F ETHICAL ISSUES 5,180
REL5106F DISCIPLINES IN ISLAM 5,180
REL5107S RELIGION/PUBLIC HEALTH 5,180
REL6000W PHD IN RELIGIOUS STUDIES 11,180
96 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

SAN1013S INTRO TO SOC ANTH OF DEV & DIF 3,870


SAN1015F WORDS DEEDS BONES & THINGS 3,870
SAN2015S ANTHROPOLOGY OF POWER & WEALTH 5,150
SAN2016Z ANTHROPOLOGICAL FIELDWORK 960
SAN2024S BELIEF AND SYMBOLISM 5,150
SAN2026F MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 5,150
SAN3014F THE CHALLENGE OF CULTURE 5,150
SAN3015S ANTHROPOL THROUGH ETHNOGRAPHY 5,150
SAN3022F SPECIAL TOPIC 5,150
SAN3022S SPECIAL TOPIC 5,150
SAN4000F ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH METHODS 4,580
SAN4001S ANTHRO SOCIETIES IN TRANSITION 4,580
SAN4002H RESEARCH ESSAY/PROJECT 4,580
SAN4012F ANTHRO GENDER/SEXUALITY 4,580
SAN4015F SPEC TOPICS: SOC-CULTRL ANTHRO 4,580
SAN4015S SPEC TOPICS: SOC-CULTRL ANTHRO 4,580
SAN4016S VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY 4,580
SAN5000W MASTERS IN SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY 15,560
SAN5003F ANTHROPOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT 5,180
SAN5009F FURTHER SPECIAL TOPICS SAN 5,180
SAN5009S FURTHER SPECIAL TOPICS SAN 5,180
SAN5012F CULTURE, HEALTH & ILLNESS 5,180
SAN5014S ANTHROPOLOGY OF YOUTH: RES/DEV 5,180
SAN5015W MINOR DISSERTATION 7,110
SAN5016S ANTHROPOLOGY/CONTEMP THEORY 5,180
SAN5024F TRADITION, ENVIRONMENT,SCIENCE 5,180
SAN5024S TRADITION, ENVIRONMENT,SCIENCE 5,180
SAN5025F ETHNOGRAPHIC PROBLEMATIQUES 5,180
SAN5025S ETHNOGRAPHIC PROBLEMATIQUES 5,180
SAN5026W RESEARCH DESIGN 2,380
SAN5030F ETHNOGRAPHIC RES METHODS 2,610
SAN6000W PHD IN SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY 11,180
SEA2004F PRINCIP OF OCEANOG 5,610
SEA3002F OCEAN CIRCULATION 8,450
SEA3003F MARINE SYSTEMS 8,450
SEA3004S OCEAN & ATMOSPHERE 8,450
SEA4001W HONS:OCEAN&ATM SCI 30,700
SEA5000W MASTERS:OCEAN&ATM SC 15,560
SEA5001W MASTERS:PHYS OCEANOG 15,560
SEA5002H MASTERS:APPLMARINE C 15,220
SEA5003W MASTERS:APPLMARINE D 15,560
SEA5006F EARTH SYSTEMS & GLOBAL CHANGE 3,800
SEA5007H CLIMATE CHANGE (MINOR DISS) 5,430
SEA5008W MASTERS CLIMATE CHANGE (C/WK) 0
SEA6000W PHD: PHYS OCEANOG 11,180
SLL1002F WORD POWER 3,870
SLL1002P WORD POWER 3,870
SLL1002S WORD POWER 3,870
SLL1003S EUROPEAN LITERARY INFLUENCES 3,870
SLL1016S SOTHO ADDITIONAL A 3,870
SLL1017S SWAHILI ADDITIONAL A 3,870
SLL1018S XHOSA ADDITIONAL A 3,870
SLL1019S ZULU ADDITIONAL A 3,870
SLL1020F SOTHO INTENSIVE A 3,870
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 97

SLL1021S SOTHO INTENSIVE B 3,870


SLL1024F XHOSA INTENSIVE A 3,870
SLL1025S XHOSA INTENSIVE B 3,870
SLL1028H XHOSA FOR HRS 3,870
SLL1042F AFRIKAANS INTENSIVE A 3,870
SLL1042S AFRIKAANS INTENSIVE A 3,870
SLL1043S AFRIKAANS INTENSIVE B 3,870
SLL1044S BEGINNERS AFRIKAANS FOR MBCHB 760
SLL1046S AFRIK MEDIA: THEORY, HIST, PRA 3,870
SLL1048H AFRIKAANS FOR HRS 3,870
SLL1049F AFRIKAANS FOR PROFESSIONALS 3,870
SLL1050F LATIN I A 3,870
SLL1051S LATIN I B 3,870
SLL1052F GREEK I A 3,870
SLL1053S GREEK I B 3,870
SLL1054F THE WORLD OF ODYSSEUS 3,870
SLL1055S INTRO TO CLASSICAL LIT & THOUG 3,870
SLL1057F ANCIENT EGYPT 3,870
SLL1058F INITIAL ARABIC A 3,870
SLL1059S INITIAL ARABIC B 3,870
SLL1060F INITIAL FRENCH A 3,870
SLL1061S INITIAL FRENCH B 3,870
SLL1062F GERMAN STUDIES IA 3,870
SLL1063S GERMAN STUDIES IB 3,870
SLL1064F ITALIAN INTENSIVE A 3,870
SLL1065S ITALIAN INTENSIVE B 3,870
SLL1073F INITIAL SPANISH A 3,870
SLL1074S INITIAL SPANISH B 3,870
SLL1075F INITIAL PORTUGUESE A 3,870
SLL1076S INITIAL PORTUGUESE B 3,870
SLL1082F HEBREW INTENSIVE A 3,870
SLL1083S HEBREW INTENSIVE B 3,870
SLL1091Z FRENCH FOR MUSICIANS A 3,870
SLL1092Z GERMAN FOR MUSICIANS A 3,870
SLL1093Z ITALIAN FOR MUSICIANS A 3,870
SLL1094Z FRENCH FOR MUSICIANS B 3,870
SLL1095Z GERMAN FOR MUSICIANS B 3,870
SLL1096Z ITALIAN FOR MUSICIANS B 3,870
SLL1097S INTRODUCING ANCIENT HISTORY 3,870
SLL1101F XHOSA COMMUNICATION 1A 3,870
SLL1102S XHOSA COMMUNICATION 1B 3,870
SLL1110F SEX, LOVE AND TABOO 3,870
SLL1111S INTRO TO TEXTS & TALKS IN AFRI 3,870
SLL1112S GROWING UP IN AFRICA 3,870
SLL1121F MANDARIN IA 3,870
SLL1122S MANDARIN IB 3,870
SLL2002H BECOMING A DOCTOR: PART IB 5,150
SLL2040F AFRIKAANS IIA 5,150
SLL2041S AFRIKAANS IIB 5,150
SLL2050F LATIN II A 5,150
SLL2051S LATIN II B 5,150
SLL2052F GREEK II A 5,150
SLL2053S GREEK II B 5,150
SLL2055S ATHENIAN LIFE AND CULTURE 5,150
98 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

SLL2056S ROMAN SOCIETY AND LAW 5,150


SLL2057F THE CITY IN THE ANCIENT WORLD 5,150
SLL2058F ANCIENT MYTHOLOGY 5,150
SLL2059F ROME: LITERATURE & EMPIRE 5,150
SLL2060F FRENCH LANG&LITERATURE IIA 5,150
SLL2061S FRENCH LANG&LITERATURE IIB 5,150
SLL2062F GERMAN STUDIES IIA 5,150
SLL2063S GERMAN STUDIES IIB 5,150
SLL2064F ITALIAN II A 5,150
SLL2065S ITALIAN II B 5,150
SLL2073F SPANISH IIA 5,150
SLL2074S SPANISH IIB 5,150
SLL2075F PORTUGUESE IIA 5,150
SLL2076S PORTUGUESE IIB 5,150
SLL2080F ARABIC IIA 5,150
SLL2081S ARABIC IIB 5,150
SLL2082F HEBREW LANG & LITERATURE IIA 5,150
SLL2083S HEBREW LANG & LITERATURE IIB 5,150
SLL2091Z FRENCH FOR MUSICIANS II 3,870
SLL2092Z GERMAN FOR MUSICIANS II 3,870
SLL2093Z ITALIAN FOR MUSICIANS II 3,870
SLL2101F XHOSA COMMUNICATION 2A 5,150
SLL2102S XHOSA COMMUNICATION 2B 5,150
SLL2110F CLICKING WITH THE MEDIA 5,150
SLL2111F TRANSLATING TEXTS 5,150
SLL2112S AFRICAN LANGUAGES THEATRE& DRAMA 5,150
SLL2113S LIFE UNDER APARTHEID 5,150
SLL3001F SEX, FROM SAPPHO TO CYBER 5,150
SLL3002F BECOMING A DOCTOR: PART 2B 5,150
SLL3002H BECOMING A DOCTOR: PART 2B 5,150
SLL3003S CLINICAL LANGUAGE 1,090
SLL3012F XHOSA IIIA 5,150
SLL3013S XHOSA IIIB 5,150
SLL3040F AFRIKAANS IIIA 5,150
SLL3041S AFRIKAANS IIIB 5,150
SLL3050F LATIN III A 5,150
SLL3051S LATIN III B 5,150
SLL3052F GREEK III A 5,150
SLL3053S GREEK III B 5,150
SLL3055S ATHENIAN LIFE AND CULTURE 5,150
SLL3056S ROMAN SOCIETY AND LAW 5,150
SLL3057F THE CITY IN THE ANCIENT WORLD 5,150
SLL3059F ROME: LITERATURE & EMPIRE 5,150
SLL3060F FRENCH LANG&LITERATURE IIIA 5,150
SLL3061S FRENCH LANG & LITERATURE IIIB 5,150
SLL3062F GERMAN STUDIES IIIA 5,150
SLL3063S GERMAN STUDIES IIIB 5,150
SLL3064F ITALIAN III A 5,150
SLL3065S ITALIAN III B 5,150
SLL3066H BUSINESS FRENCH IIIA 5,150
SLL3067H BUS. FRENCH IIIB 5,150
SLL3070W FRENCH ADDITIONAL 10,280
SLL3071F GERMAN ADDITIONAL A 5,150
SLL3072S GERMAN ADDITIONAL B 5,150
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 99

SLL3073F SPANISH IIIA 5,150


SLL3074S SPANISH IIIB 5,150
SLL3080F ARABIC IIIA 5,150
SLL3081S ARABIC IIIB 5,150
SLL3082F HEBREW LANG & LITERATURE IIIA 5,150
SLL3083S HEBREW LANG & LITERATURE IIIB 5,150
SLL3101F XHOSA COMMUNICATION IIIA 5,150
SLL3102S XHOSA COMMUNICATION IIIB 5,150
SLL3110F RESEARCH AREAS 5,150
SLL3111S THE WORKS OD A C JORDAN 5,150
SLL3112S YEBO GOGO! 5,150
SLL3113S TEACHING AFRICAN LANGUAGES 5,150
SLL4000H RESEARCH ESSAY/PROJECT 4,580
SLL4001S REPRESENT OF WAR IN FICTION 4,580
SLL4009F LATIN POETRY 4,580
SLL4012F SOCIOLINGUISTICS 4,580
SLL4012S SOCIOLINGUISTICS 4,580
SLL4013F AFRICAN NOVELS 4,580
SLL4013S AFRICAN NOVELS 4,580
SLL4015S 2ND L LEARNING/TEACHING 4,580
SLL4016F AFRICAN POETRY 4,580
SLL4016S AFRICAN POETRY 4,580
SLL4017F THEMES IN ITALIAN-JEWISH LIT. 4,580
SLL4017S THEMES IN ITALIAN-JEWISH LIT. 4,580
SLL4019S FRENCH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES 4,580
SLL4024S POST ARISTOTLELIAN HISTORY 4,580
SLL4043S TRENDS CONTEMP WORLD FICTION 4,580
SLL4044F CREATIVE WRITING 1 4,580
SLL4045S CREATIVE WRITING 2 4,580
SLL4047F AFRIKAANS FICTION 4,580
SLL4047S AFRIKAANS FICTION 4,580
SLL4060F CONTEMP FRENCH LITERATURE I 4,580
SLL4061S CONTEMP FRENCH LITERATURE II 4,580
SLL4063F THEORY/PRAC OF TRANSLATION I 4,580
SLL4064F TOPICS IN GERMAN LITERATURE I 4,580
SLL4065F TOPICS IN GERMAN LITERATURE II 4,580
SLL4066S TOPICS IN GERMAN LIT III 4,580
SLL4067S TOPICS IN GERMAN LITERATURE IV 4,580
SLL4068F AFRIKAANS POETRY UP TO VAN WYK 4,580
SLL4068S AFRIKAANS POETRY UP TO VAN WYK 4,580
SLL4070H GENRES OF EUROPEAN LIT/CULT I 4,580
SLL4071H PERIODS OF EUROPEAN LIT. 4,580
SLL4072S THEORY/PRAC OF TRANSLATION II 4,580
SLL4073S TEACHING PRACTICE 4,580
SLL4073W TEACHING PRACTICE 4,580
SLL4081F TOPICS IN CLASSICAL STUDIES I 4,580
SLL4082F TOPICS IN CLASSICAL STUDIES II 4,580
SLL4083S TOPICS IN CLASSICAL STUDIES III 4,580
SLL4084S TOPICS IN CLASSICAL STUDIES IV 4,580
SLL4085F TOPICS IN GREEK LANG/LIT I 4,580
SLL4086F TOPICS IN GREEK LANG/LIT II 4,580
SLL4087S TOPICS IN GREEK LANG/LITIII 4,580
SLL4088S TOPICS IN GREEK LANG/LITIV 4,580
SLL4089F TOPICS IN LATIN LANG/LIT I 4,580
100 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

SLL4090F TOPICS IN LATIN LANG/LIT II 4,580


SLL4091S TOPICS IN LATIN LANG/LIT III 4,580
SLL4092S TOPICS IN LATIN LANG/LIT IV 4,580
SLL4093F HEBREW AS MINORITY LITERATURE 4,580
SLL4093S HEBREW AS MINORITY LITERATURE 4,580
SLL4094F THE BIBLE AS LITERATURE 4,580
SLL4094S THE BIBLE AS LITERATURE 4,580
SLL4095F TOPICS IN HEBREW LITERATURE 4,580
SLL4095S TOPICS IN HEBREW LITERATURE 4,580
SLL4096F ADV HEBREW LINGUISTICS 4,580
SLL4096S ADV HEBREW LINGUISTICS 4,580
SLL5000W MINOR DISSERTATION 9,470
SLL5001W CREATIVE WRITING PART A 11,210
SLL5002W CREATIVE WRITING FICTION CRSWK 10,330
SLL5004W CREATIVE WRITING PART B 11,210
SLL5010W MASTERS IN AFRICAN LANGUAGES 15,560
SLL5020W MASTERS IN CLASSICAL STUDIES 15,560
SLL5040W MASTERS IN AFRIK/NETH STUDIES 15,560
SLL5051W MA IN ARABIC LANG/LITERATURE 15,560
SLL5061W MASTERS IN FRENCH 15,560
SLL5062W GERMAN (100% DISSERTATION) 15,560
SLL5063F FRENCH FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES 5,180
SLL5064F THE FRENCH SPEAKING WOR(L)D 5,180
SLL5065F TRAINING CONCEPT & MANAGEMENT 5,180
SLL5066F LANG TEACHING/TECHNOLOGIES 5,180
SLL5072W MASTERS IN ITALIAN 15,560
SLL5082W MASTERS IN HEBREW LANG/LIT 15,560
SLL6010W PHD IN AFRICAN LANGUAGES 11,180
SLL6040W PHD IN AFRIK/NETH STUDIES 11,180
SLL6050W PHD IN CLASSICS 11,180
SLL6060W PHD IN FRENCH 11,180
SLL6061W PHD IN GERMAN 11,180
SLL6080W PHD IN HEBREW LANG/LITERATURE 11,180
SOC1001F INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 3,870
SOC1005P INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY 3,870
SOC1005S INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY 3,870
SOC2004P RACE,CLASS & GENDER 5,150
SOC2004S RACE,CLASS & GENDER 5,150
SOC2006S SELECTED SOCIAL ISSUES 5,150
SOC2015S COMP INDUSTRIAL & LABOUR STUDY 5,150
SOC2019S SOCIAL THEORY 5,150
SOC2030F POVERTY,DEVMNT & GLOBALISATN 5,150
SOC2032F CULTURE AND SOCIAL LIFE 5,150
SOC2033F DIVERSITY LITERACY 5,150
SOC2033S DIVERSITY LITERACY 5,150
SOC3007F SOCIAL RESEARCH 5,150
SOC3027F SOCIAL RESEARCH (INDUST SOC) 5,150
SOC3029S INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY & CHANGE 5,150
SOC3031S SOCIAL JUSTICE AND INEQUALITY 5,150
SOC4000H RESEARCH ESSAY / PROJECT 4,580
SOC4003H LABOUR REGULATION IN SA 4,580
SOC4009S RACE & SOCIAL IDENTITY 4,580
SOC4010H DEVELOPMENT THEORIES 4,580
SOC4013F HONS SOCIAL RESEARCH METHODS 4,580
UCT ACADEMIC COURSES 101

SOC4014S GLOBALISATION/LABOUR RELATIONS 4,580


SOC4018H THEORIES/ISSUES OF DIVERSITY 4,580
SOC4027S DEVELOPMENT SOCIOLOGY IN PRAC 4,580
SOC4028F SOCIAL THEORY 4,580
SOC5000W MASTERS IN SOCIOLOGY 15,560
SOC5003F DIVERSITY AND SOCIETY 5,180
SOC5007F ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL CHANGE 5,180
SOC5008S CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL THEORY 5,180
SOC5010F ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT THEORIES 5,180
SOC5012S DEVIANCE/CULTURE/SOC ACTION 5,180
SOC5021S INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION 5,180
SOC5023H DIVERSITY IMPLEMENTATION/PRAC 5,180
SOC5024S DEVELOPMENT THEORY & PRACTICE 5,180
SOC5026S SOC MOVEMENTS/SOCIETY/WORKERS 5,180
SOC5030F IN-DEPTH INTERVIEW/ANALYSIS 2,610
SOC5031F QUANT ANALYSIS HOUSEHOLD DATA 2,610
SOC5032W MINOR DISSERTATION 9,470
SOC6000W PHD IN SOCIOLOGY 11,180
SOC6003W PHD IN INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY 11,180
STA1000F STATISTICS 1000 4,140
STA1000S STATISTICS 1000 4,140
STA1000X STATISTICS 1000 4,140
STA1001F STATISTICS 1001 4,140
STA1001H STATISTICS 1001 4,140
STA1006S STATS FOR MATHS 4,140
STA1007S BIONUMERACY 4,140
STA1100S STATISTICS 1000 4,140
STA1101F STATS 1001 FOR CADP 4,140
STA1101H STATS 1001 FOR CADP 4,140
STA2004F STATISTICS 2004 5,500
STA2005S STATISTICS 2005 5,500
STA2020F BUSINESS STATISTICS 5,500
STA2030S THEORY OF STATISTICS 5,500
STA3022F RES & SURVEY STATS III 8,270
STA3030F INFERENTIAL STATISTICS 8,270
STA3036S OPERATIONAL RES TECH 8,270
STA3041F STATISTICS 3041 8,270
STA3043S STATISTICS 3043 8,270
STA3045F MARKOV PROC&TIME SER 8,270
STA4006W HONOURS: STATISTICS 30,530
STA4007W HONOURS: STATISTIC SCI 30,530
STA4010W TOPICS IN OP RES&STA 26,930
STA4011W SPECIAL TOPICS IN STATS 13,960
STA4016H SPECIAL TOPICS IN STATS 6,990
STA4018Z BASIC SOCIAL STATISTICS 1,850
STA4019H STAT SCI FOR ACTUARIES 19,860
STA5000W MASTERS: MATH STATS 15,560
STA5001W MASTERS: OP RES 15,560
STA5003W MASTERS: STAT SCI C 30,740
STA5004W MASTERS: STAT SCI D 15,560
STA5010W MASTERS:OP RES DEV C 30,740
STA5011W MASTERS:OP RES DEV D 15,560
STA5012Z ADV SOCIAL STATISTICS 1,910
STA5055Z BIOSTATISTICS II 2,320
102 UCT ACADEMIC COURSES

STA5056Z BIOSTATISTICS III 2,320


STA5081Z INTRO TO APPL STATS 1,490
STA5082Z FURTHER APPL STATS 1,770
STA5083Z INTRO STATS FOR PLAN 2,360
STA5084F PROB&STOCHASTIC PROC 1,940
STA5085F INTRODUCTION TO STATS 1,940
STA5086S PORTFOLIO MANAGEMT 1,940
STA5087S APPLIED REGRESSION 1,940
STA5088H FIN MATHS DISSERT 5,380
STA6001W PHD: STATISTICAL SCI 11,180
SWK1004S BASIC PROFESSIONAL INTERACTION 3,870
SWK1013S COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS 3,870
SWK2001F INTR POL ECON/SOCIAL SERV PROF 5,150
SWK2013S COMMUNITY & YOUTH DEVELOPMENT 5,150
SWK2060F SOCIAL WORK ASSESSMENT 5,150
SWK2065S SOCIAL WORK INTERVENTION 5,150
SWK2070F FIELD PRACTICUM I 2,970
SWK2075S FIELD PRACTICUM II 2,760
SWK3001F POL ECON OF SOC SERV PROF 5,150
SWK3061F SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH 5,150
SWK3066S CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL WORK ISSUE 5,150
SWK3070F FIELD PRACTICUM 3 2,760
SWK3075S FIELD PRACTICUM IV 2,760
SWK4000F SOCIAL RESEARCH 4,580
SWK4001S RESEARCH ESSAY/PROJECT 4,580
SWK4002S ASSESSMENT & INTERVENTION 4,580
SWK4003F PRINCIPLES:PROB/CORREC PRAC 4,580
SWK4004S YOUTH JUSTICE 4,580
SWK4005F HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 4,580
SWK4006S INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHIATRY 4,580
SWK4007S WORKING WITH INDIVIDS & FAMILI 4,580
SWK4011F ORGANISATION THEORY 4,580
SWK4012S PROGRAMME PLANNING/MANAGEMENT 4,580
SWK4013F THEORIES & APPLIED APPROACHES 4,580
SWK4014S INTRO: SOCIAL & ECONOMIC DEV 4,580
SWK4026S DEVELOPMENT PLANNING 4,580
SWK4030F CONT FAMILIES IN A CHANG SOC 4,580
SWK4031S PSY FUNCT & EMPOWERMENT 4,580
SWK4032S SOCIAL POLICY & MANAGEMENT 4,580
SWK4033F FIELD PRACTICUM V 4,580
SWK4034F THE FIELD OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE 4,580
SWK4035S SUBSTANCE ABUSE INTERVENTIONS 4,580
SWK5000F COMP SOC POLICY IN AFRICA 5,180
SWK5001W MINOR DISSERTATION 9,470
SWK5002S GROUP DYNAMICS & MEDIATION 5,180
SWK5003F FORENSIC PRAC IN PROBAT & CORR 5,180
SWK5004S LAW & THE SOUTH AFRICAN FAMILY 5,180
SWK5005F WORKING WITH FAMILIES 5,180
SWK5006S WORKING WITH CHILDREN/ADOLESC 5,180
SWK5007F CHANGE MGT & STRAT LEADERSHIP 5,180
SWK5007W MASTERS IN SOCIAL WORK 15,560
SWK5009S FINANCIAL & INFORMATION MNGMNT 5,180
SWK5010H PROB/CORR PRAC INTERNSHIP 5,180
SWK5011H CLINICAL PRAC INTERNSHIP 5,180
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SWK5012H SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT INTERNSHIP 5,180


SWK5013H SOC POLICY/MNGMNT INTERNSHIP 5,180
SWK5014S SOCIAL/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 5,180
SWK5034W MASTERS IN SOC PLANNING/ADMIN 15,560
SWK5035W MASTERS IN SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT 15,560
SWK5053F PSYCHIATRY FOR SOCIAL SERVICES 5,180
SWK5054S CONTEMPORARY ISSUES PROBATION 5,180
SWK5056F SOCIAL INCLUSION AND THE YOUTH 2,590
SWK5056S SOCIAL INCLUSION AND THE YOUTH 2,590
SWK5057F PEACE-COMM DEV NEXUS 2,590
SWK5057S PEACE-COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NEXUS 2,590
SWK5058S FAMILY AND GROUP PRACTICE 5,180
SWK5059F HUMAN DEV & ASSESSMENT 5,180
SWK5060S INTERVENTION CLINICAL PRACTICE 5,180
SWK6000W PHD IN SOCIAL WORK 11,180
SWK6002W PHD IN SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT 11,180
ZOO4000W HONOURS: ZOOLOGY 30,700
ZOO5000W MASTERS: ZOOLOGY 15,560
ZOO5003H MASTERS:CONSERVBIO C 15,220
ZOO5004W MSC CONSERV BIO DISS 15,560
ZOO5005H MASTERS:APPLMARINE C 15,220
ZOO5006W MASTERS:APPLMARINE D 15,560
ZOO5009W MASTERS: CONSERV BIO 15,560
ZOO5011F NUMERIC SKILLS & ECONOMETRICS 2,500
ZOO5012H CLIMATE CHANGE (MINOR DISS) 5,430
ZOO6000W PHD: ZOOLOGY 11,180
ZOO6002W PHD: CONSERV BIO 11,180
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13. RESIDENCES
13.1 Terms of Payment
Post dated cheques will not be accepted and will be returned to the drawer.

13.1.1 Initial payment of Residence Fees is as follows:


i) Catering Residence (First and Second Tier) .........................................R16 000
ii) Self Catering Residences (Second and Third Tier) .............................R11 000

This initial payment must be made by 4 February 2011 in the case of both new and
readmission students, subject to a late payment fee of 10%.

Students from SADC countries and non-South African students who do not have
permanent residence but pay local fees, must pay the minimum initial fee for academic
and residence fees prior to registration or by 4 February 2011, whichever date occurs
first. Please allow 7 working days for payment to reflect in UCT bank account.

13.1.2 Balance of all residence fees is due by 30 June 2011.

13.1.3 Students who have not been living in student housing for the first semester and who are
accepted into residence for the second semester will be required to pay one half of the
annual residence fee on registration or by 31 July 2011, which ever date occurs first.
Interest will be charged on a monthly basis at 1% on all outstanding fees.

13.2 Withdrawal from Student Accommodation after the start of the


Academic Year
13.2.1 Withdrawal during the first semester

Any student who enters residence and withdraws during the first semester, shall be liable
for the full annual residence fee unless he/she satisfies the requirements in the case of
13.2.2 (a) to (d) below.

13.2.2 Fee Rebate for students who withdraw during or at the end of the first semester

(a) A student who cancels his/her University registration during, or at the end of, the
first semester shall be eligible for a 40% rebate on the full annual fee (excluding
levies).
(b) Any student completing his/her studies at the end of the first semester shall be
eligible for a 40% rebate on the full annual fee (excluding levies).
(c) Any postgraduate student who is required for the purposes of his/her research to
move out of Cape Town shall be eligible for a rebate on a pro-rata basis.
(d) Any student not eligible for a fee rebate in the case of (a) and (b) above, may be
granted a rebate on the full annual residence fee:
(i) If the Director of Student Housing after consulting the warden (and faculty
where applicable) is satisfied that the student has a valid reason for leaving
residence, and if the University is able to let the room to a student of the
University's choice who is not in residence at the time;
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(ii) If the Director of Student Housing after consulting the warden (and faculty
where applicable) is satisfied that there is an emergency or other compelling
reason for the student to leave residence.
(iii) In the case of (d.i) above the student shall be liable for a cancellation fee of
R150, and a pro-rata share of the full annual fee shall apply until the date on
which the replacement student moves in.
(iv) In the case of (d.ii) above the rebate on the full annual fee shall be determined
by the Director of Student Housing based on the circumstances of the case.

13.2.3 Withdrawal at beginning of/or during the second semester


(a) Any student who does not return to residence at the beginning of the second semester or
who withdraws during the second semester shall be liable for the full annual residence fee.
(b) Any student who enters residence for the first time during the second semester and who
withdraws from residence shall be liable for the full fee for that semester. The Director of
Student Housing may, however, exercise his/her discretion in approving a rebate under the
conditions described in (i) and (ii) above.
All cancellations must be in writing on the prescribed forms and delivered to the student
accommodation office in person or sent by registered mail. The fee liabilities of students
who withdraw from a residence, house or flat during the academic year are set out in
Handbook 3, General Rules and Policies.

Students must acquaint themselves with the details set out in this handbook. It is imperative
that students and their parents or guardians take notice of this policy and practice which is
aimed specifically at keeping residences full throughout the academic year.

13.2.4 Annual Residence fee


For the purposes of determining the penalties and refunds referred to in the rules above, the
annual residence fee shall be deemed to be the sum of the room and catering overhead
charges and meal option charges. The annual residence fee for these purposes shall not be
deemed to include amenities or damage or laundry levies.

13.2.5 Student vacation accommodation for academic reasons during December, January, early
February and the mid-year vacation.
A student who for academic purposes or for other purposes deemed to be acceptable by the
Director of Student Housing has to be in Cape Town before his/her residence, house or flat
opens or after his/her residence, house or flat has closed may be accommodated in a
residence which has been opened for the purpose, provided that he/she has complied with
the application procedures laid down by the Residences Committee. He/she shall pay for
this accommodation at a daily rate to be determined from time to time by the Residences
Committee.

Vacation Accommodation rates for academic purposes 1 Jan – 31 Dec 2011


First Tier: Catering Room only R123 per day
Room and three meals R176 per day
Room, breakfast and dinner R157 per day
Room, lunch and dinner R116 per day
Second Tier: Self-catering Single room in flat R 80 per day
Bachelor flat R111 per day

The charge in Third Tier accommodation will be based on the day rate of the respective residence.
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13.3 Residence Fees and Occupancy


All students from outside South Africa and the other SADC countries should refer to
(5.8) for international students on page 17.

Returning students who have been offered a place in residence will have their place
cancelled on Friday, 21 January 2011 if outstanding fees for the preceding year are not paid
by Wednesday, 12 January 2011.

The fees shown below are inclusive of all compulsory levies and other compulsory charges.
Any charges incurred by students for damage to, or loss of, University property, will be
charged directly to the students' fees accounts, if this charge is not paid in cash to the
Residence concerned.

The fee for the First Tier accommodation excludes the winter vacation between the first and
second semesters, but includes the short vacation in the first semester and that in the second
semester. The fee for Second and Third Tier includes these vacations. For the purposes of a
student housing place the academic year shall be deemed to end 72 hours after the student's
last scheduled examination or in the case of a graduand, on the official closing date of the
residence each semester.

The opening date for all residence students is Tuesday, 1 February 2011, with the exception
of Medical Residence, Mill Court and Forest Hill (E) block being Wednesday, 5 January
2011. JP Duminy Court opens on Saturday, 15 January 2011 and closes on Thursday, 15
December 2011. The closing date for First and Second Tier residences is 12h00 on Friday,
18 November 2011 and Third Tier accommodation Thursday, 15 December 2011. Offers of
accommodation to students, who have not signed into residence by midday on Saturday, 5
February 2011, will be cancelled. Students who are required to be in attendance at the
University prior to the official opening dates, for new and returning students, or are
required to be in attendance at the University after the official closing date, will need to
book and be charged accordingly.

A. FIRST TIER (CATERING) ACCOMMODATION

Students have a choice of 4 meal options. The cost of the meal option is not included in
the residence fee. The chosen meal option must be added to the residence fee.

Baxter Hall Single Room ................................................................... R 30 900


Double Room, per student .............................................. R 25 500
Small Single Room ......................................................... R 29 200

Carinus Single Room ................................................................... R 29 600


Double Room, per student .............................................. R 24 200

Clarendon House Single Room ................................................................... R 29 600


Double Room, per student .............................................. R 24 200

College House Single Room ................................................................... R 30 900


Double Room, per student .............................................. R 25 500
Small Single Room ......................................................... R 29 200

Forest Hill G Single Room ................................................................... R 29 500


Double Room, per student .............................................. R 24 100
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Fuller Hall Single Room ................................................................... R 31 800


Double Room, per student .............................................. R 26 100
Small Single Room ......................................................... R 29 600

Glendower Single Room ................................................................... R 29 500


Double Room, per student .............................................. R 24 100
Single Room with Private/Semi Private Bath ................. R 31 000
Double Room with Private/Semi Private Bath, per
student ........................................................................... R 25 500
Small Single Room R 29 200

Graca Machel Single Room ................................................................... R 30 900


Double Room ................................................................. R 25 500

Kilindini Single Room ................................................................... R 29 400


Small Single Room ........................................................ R 27 200

Kopano Single Room ................................................................... R 31 000


Double Room, per student .............................................. R 25 500
Small Single Room ......................................................... R 29 200

Leo Marquard Hall Single Room ................................................................... R 29 600


Double Room, per student .............................................. R 24 400

Rochester House Single Room ................................................................... R 29 500


Double Room, per student .............................................. R 24 100

Smuts Hall Single Room ................................................................... R 31 900


Double Room, per student .............................................. R 26 000
Small Single room .......................................................... R 29 600

Tugwell Hall Single Room ................................................................... R 29 700


Double Room, per student .............................................. R 24 400

University House Single Room ................................................................... R 29 600

Varietas Single Room ................................................................... R 29 500


Double Room, per student .............................................. R 24 100

B. SECOND TIER (CATERING) ACCOMMODATION

Groote Schuur Single Room ................................................................... R 29 900


Residence Small Single Room ......................................................... R 27 600

Medical Residence Single Room ................................................................... R 34 300

MEAL OPTIONS
Add the cost of your selected meal option to your estimated room cost above.
Meal Option 1 (BLD): 3 Meals per day for seven days per week
Total charge ...................................................................................................... R 12 300
Groote Schuur Residence ................................................................................. R 14 400
Medical Residence ............................................................................................ R 15 900
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Meal Option 2 (LAD): Lunch and Dinner seven days per week
Total charge .......................................................................................................... R 9 200
Groote Schuur Residence .................................................................................... R 10 800
Medical Residence .............................................................................................. R 11 900

Meal Option 3 (BAD): Breakfast and Dinner seven days per week
Total charge .......................................................................................................... R 8 300
Groote Schuur Residence ...................................................................................... R 9 700
Medical Residence .............................................................................................. R 10 800

Meal Option 4 (MOW): 3 Meals per day, week days only


Total charge .......................................................................................................... R 9 500
Groote Schuur Residence .................................................................................... R 10 300
Medical Residence .............................................................................................. R 11 400

C. SECOND TIER (SELF CATERING) ACCOMMODATION

Forest Hill Complex Bachelor Flat................................................................... R 34 000


Two Students in Two-Room Flat, per student................. R 23 600
Three Students in Three-Room Flat, per student ............. R 23 600
Four Students in Four-Room Flat, per student ................ R 23 600
Small Room in Four-Room Flat, per student R 22 300

Forest Hill (E) and Bachelor Flat................................................................... R 36 800


Mill Court Two Students in Two-Room Flat, per student................. R 25 800
Three Students in Three-Room Flat, per student ............. R 25 800
Four Students in Four-Room Flat, per student ................ R 25 800

Groote Schuur Flats Two Students in Three-room Flat, per student ................ R 30 000
Two Students in Two-room Flat, per student .................. R 21 700
Three Students in Three-room Flat, per student .............. R 21 700
Four Students in Four-room Flat, per student.................. R 21 700

Liesbeeck Gardens Large Bachelor Flat ........................................................ R 32 100


Small Bachelor Flat ........................................................ R 30 100
Two Students in Two-room Flat, per student .................. R 22 100
Two Students in Three-room Flat, per student ................ R 24 100
Small Room in Three-room Flat, per student .................. R 19 800
Three Students in Three-room Flat, per student .............. R 22 100
Four Students in Four-room Flat, per student.................. R 22 100

The Woolsack Single Room ................................................................... R 24 600


Large Single Room ......................................................... R 29 200

D. THIRD TIER (SELF CATERING) ACCOMMODATION

Amalinda House Single Room in House with Lounge ............................... R 29 300

Avenue Road 8 Single Room in House with Lounge ............................... R 29 300

Cadbol Single Room .................................................................. R 29 300


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T B Davie Bachelor Flat .................................................................. R 40 200


Two Students in Two-room Flat, per student .................. R 27 000
Two Students in Three-room Flat, per student ................ R 36 500
Three Students in Three-room Flat, per student .............. R 27 000

J P Duminy Large Bachelor Flat ........................................................ R 37 800


Small Bachelor Flat ........................................................ R 35 400
One Student in Two-room Flat ....................................... R 47 400
One Student in Three-room Flat ..................................... R 61 200

Edwin Hart Annex Bachelor Flat R 40 300


Two Students in Two-room Flat, per student R 27000

Inglewood Single Room in House with Lounge ............................... R 29 300

Linkoping Small Single Room ......................................................... R 19 000

Forest Hill (F) Two students in Two-roomed Flat, per student ............... R 27 000
and North Grange Three Students in Three-room Flat, per student .............. R 27 000

Rondeberg Flats Bachelor Flat .................................................................. R 40 200


Three Students in Four-room Flat, per student ................ R 36 500

Woodbine Road Single Room ................................................................... R 27 300


Single Room with Bath ................................................... R 30 500