Walter Sisulu University Application Fee 2021

Walter Sisulu University Application Fee 2021 Academic Session is Out and available for checking. See Bank accounts for payment of WSU Application fees, fees amount 2021/2022.

Walter Sisulu University Tuition Fees, Walter Sisulu University Application Fees Structure, WSU Application Fee Structure see full details below…

The Management of Walter Sisulu University (WSU) publishes the fees for 2021 Applications. Every Undergraduate, Diploma & Certificate and postgraduate student respectively Who wants to pay the School fees for the 2020/2021 academic session can do so Here.

DISCLAIMER: The Instituton reserves the right to change fees without prior notice

However, fee changes are subject to the approval of the Governing Council and we will update it. Here is the Prospective Students fees regime of the Walter Sisulu University for 2020/2021.

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WALTER SISULU UNIVERSITY APPLICATION FEES SCHEDULE.

The Walter Sisulu University fees is yet to be released online, However, the steps below will guide You on How to check it When It is out:

Application fee


Any student who for the first time applies to be accepted as a student at Walter Sisulu University has to pay an official application fee.

Application fees are payable on a sliding scale according to the date of application as follows:

Application fees are not admission fees and therefore non-refundable and must be paid whether the student’s application was successful or not.

WSU Bank Details: 

Bank: FNB

Account name: WSU Student Fees

Branch code:210521

Account No.: 52640012812

Fees to be paid

All students shall pay the following fees and any other fees may be determined by the University.

  • Registration and late registration fees (non-refundable)
  • SRC fees
  • Copyright fee
  • Sport fee

 

Tuition fees

NSFAS APPLICATION FOR FIRST TIME ENTERING STUDENTS

The University has been advised that NSFAS will consider funding applications from First Time Entering students who did not apply for NSFAS on/before the closing date.

Go to Application Form 2021 page

NSFAS-2021-Applications-Consent-Form:

 

Residence fees

Method of Payment of Fees

Fees can be paid cash at the bank, i.e. settle the whole amount in full on registration.
If this method is preferred, a discount of 10% of the total amount due, [for the year] after taking into account bursaries and/or any financial assistance [where applicable], is offered for payment in full upon registration.

MONTHSEMESTER COURSEYEAR COURSESPONSORED/BURSARY 
JanuaryInitial payment – equal to 25% of total feesInitial payment – equal to 30% of total feesPresentation of letter of commitment
February25% of the remaining debt10% of the remaining debt 
March25% of the remaining debt10% of the remaining debt
April25% of the remaining debt10% of the remaining debt25% of fees
May25% of the remaining debt10% of the remaining debt25% of fees
June25% of the remaining debt10% of the remaining debt25% of fees
JulyInitial payment – equal to 33% of Total fees10% of the remaining debt25% of fees
August33% of the remaining debt10% of the remaining debt 
September33% of the remaining debt  
TOTAL100%100%100%

Note: Please note that no student will be allowed to register without paying the minimum amount.

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