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WPCS 2.1.5
Tuition Fees:$3,616 /year
Applications Begin:April 2021
Final Award:Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
Start Date:February 2022
Academic Unit:Faculty of Commerce
Campus:Upper Campus
Application Deadline: 31 July 2021
Programme Overview

The stream is designed for students who are interested in a legal career with a commercial background.

The first-year courses for all the three streams are identical so that the students will not have to decide between the streams until they have experienced accounting at a tertiary level.

Curriculum

First Year

ACC1106F Financial Accounting

BUS1036F Evidence-based Management

DOC1103H Commerce Case Study

ECO1110F Microeconomics

MAM1110F Mathematics 1010

ACC2111S Financial Reporting I

ECO1011S Macroeconomics

INF1102S Information Systems I

STA1100S Introductory Statistics

Second Year

ACC2023F Taxation I

PHI2043F Business Ethics

ACC2112W Financial Reporting II

PVL1003W Foundations of South African Law

PVL1004F South African Private Law: System and Context

PVL1008S Law of Persons and Family

ACC2018S Corporate Governance

Third Year

FTX2024F Financial Management

ACC3020W Financial Reporting & Analysis

PBL2000W Constitutional Law

PVL2003H Law of Succession

PVL2002H Law of Property

ACC2022S Management Accounting I

Admission Requirements

FPS of 480 or above.

NBT scores of Upper-Intermediate for AL & QL

Mathematics 60%

English HL 50%

English FAL 60%

Entry to this programmes requires at least a Higher Grade D symbol pass in mathematics and a total of 50 points based on UCT’s rating system, and where the points earned in Mathematics and English are doubled in calculating the total

Application Process
Application Fees for South African & SADC Students: $6
Application Fees for International Students: $18

Apply online

You will need a working email address and your South African identity number. If you are an international applicant, you need your passport number.

Applications close

31 July of the year prior to study for South African and international applicants.

Application status

Check your application status online or follow the directions on your letter from the admissions office in order to log in and determine your application status. Should you not have received your login and password, you may also use your names and birth date.

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Tuition Fees for South African & SADC Students: $3,616
Tuition Fees for International Students: $3,616

Please note that fees and payment requirements differ for local and international students. A further distinction is made between international students from the SADC region, international students from elsewhere in Africa, and international students from outside Africa. The following information does not apply to students registering at the Graduate School of Business (GSB).

South African citizens and South African permanent residents

An initial payment of fees (for tuition and residence) is due by January. If payment is not received on or before the due date, a one-off late payment fee of 8% of the unpaid amount will be charged. You will be allowed to register if the initial payment has not been received by the due date.

The amounts due are:

Tuition cost initial payment R27,000 (or the full fee where this is lower than the initial payment),

plus if applicable;

Residence (catering) initial payment R33,000, or

Residence (self-catering) initial payment R21,500

This is not the full cost. Final payment is due 30 June 2020.

International students from the SADC region

An initial payment of fees (tuition and residence and the administrative service fee) is due before registration. If payment is not received on or before the due date, a one-off late payment fee of 8% of the unpaid amount will be charged. Allow a minimum of 14 working days for the payment to reflect in UCT’s bank account.

The amounts due are:

Tuition cost initial payment R27,000 (or the full fee where this is lower than the initial payment), plus

Non-refundable administrative service fee R4,000

plus if applicable

Residence (catering) initial payment R33,000, or

Residence (self-catering) initial payment R21,500

This is not the full cost. Final payment is due in June.

International Students

International students must make a minimum initial payment towards the tuition fees, international term fees and residence fees (where applicable), prior to registration. If payment is not received on or before the due date, a one-off late payment fee of 8% of the unpaid amount will be charged. Allow a minimum of 14 working days for the payment to reflect in UCT’s bank account.

Payment due prior to registration for:

UCT full-time international fee-paying students (except Master’s & PhD students): R95,000

This is not the full cost. Final payment is due in June.

plus if applicable:

Residence (catering) initial payment R33,000, or

Residence (self-catering) initial payment R21,500

This is not the full residence cost. Final payment is due in June.

Relevant Contact

 
Eleanor Williams
Departmental Manager
 
Yolanda Van der Rheede
Undergraduate Administrative Officer