University of Johannesburg Fees Structure 2021

The University of Johannesburg Fees Schedule 20201: University of Johannesburg (UJ) Fees Structure for the 2020/2021 Academic Year. The University of Johannesburg School fees schedule contains the total amount payable by both fresh and returning students for all programmes.

www.uj.ac.za fees: Below Is the Official University of Johannesburg (UJ) undergraduate and postgraduate Fees schedule to be paid by fresh and returning student respectively for the academic session.

The following policies and procedures are applicable to all students who officially register for programmes at the University of Johannesburg. The Institute reserves the right to change fees without prior notice to the student. However, fee changes are subject to approval by the Governing Council.

University of Johannesburg Fees Structure.

The schedule of fees for the University of Johannesburg can be accessed below.

How payment can be effected

Payments may be made at the official cashiers of the University of Johannesburg (UJ). Office hours are from 08:30 to 15:30 Monday to Friday and on Wednesday from 08:30 to 14:00.

Credit Card and Debit Cards are accepted. Unfortunately, no postal or money order payments, Cheques or any cash payments will be accepted.

Students and parents can use the debit order system whereby the outstanding balance (with the exception of the first minimum payment), can be paid in eight equal instalments from 1 March to 1 October. This method of payment has the following advantages:

  • Payments can be made over an eight-month period, leaving the student/parent with a better cash-flow situation;
  • No interest is levied as long as the debit order is honoured;
  • Payments cannot go astray; and
  • It saves time.

Payments can also be made at any FNB branch.

Direct payments made at FNB and FNB ATM to the UJ bank account will reflect on the student account in 15 minutes. Electronic Fund Transfers (EFT’s) from other banks than FNB might take up to two days to reflect on the student account. EFT’s from outside the country take longer and students must allow at least 10 days for allocation of the funds.

The FNB Student Fee Account of the University has been set up as a predefined beneficiary at all major banks and you therefore don’t need the actual bank account number to make a payment, just select the UJ Tuition Fee Account as a beneficiary. The banking details are as follows:

Account name: University of Johannesburg Branch: Client services
UJ Tuition fee account Branch Code: 210-554
Account number: 62615873199 Swift Code: FIRNZ AJJ
Account type: Cheque Account

Students must write their names and student numbers clearly in block letter on the deposit slip. A copy of the slip must be either faxed to (011) 559-2866,e-mailed to studentaccounts@uj.ac.za or handed in at Student Finance. Students must also keep a copy for their own records for at least a year.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The University encounters numerous problems with bank transfers. Therefore, students and parents are requested to provide the University with copies or faxes of the bank deposit slips when bank transfers are made.

E-Payments
Students and parents can pay their tuition fees online through the website: www.uj.ac.za by using their valid credit/cheque card.

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