Average University Fees In South Africa

The average cost at private universities ranges between R6 600 to R50 000 for part-time programmers per year and R38 500 to R99 500 for full-time programmers per year.

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University of Kwazulu Natal: R200

Stellenbosch University: R100

Average University Fees In South Africa

Which is the cheapest university in South Africa?

Cheapest University in South Africa for International Students

UNIVERSITY NAMEAPPLICATION FEETUITION FEE/YEAR
University of Forte HareR425R45,000
University of VendaR100R38,980
University of PretoriaR300R66,000
Stellenbosch UniversityR100R43,380

Do you pay for university in South Africa?

According to recent data published by Old Mutual, parents/students can expect to pay R64,200 for the first year of university in 2019 – on average.

This is expected to rise to R107,600 by 2025 and as much as R165,600 by 2030. Below Business Tech looked at the cost of a year’s study at universities around the country.

Is studying in South Africa free?

Attending affordable universities can be a step in the right direction toward your goal of studying in South Africa for free. Most undergraduate degree programs in South African universities will run the student around $3,000 per year.

How to afford university

How can I afford university?

  1. Everything’s better with a budget. No matter how much you might hate them, spreadsheets are your friend
  2. Browse the bursaries
  3. If you want a job, start looking now
  4. Use your skills
  5. Get cooking
  6. Eat less meat
  7. Take care with credit.
  8. Switch your contracts.
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