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Last updated on December 15th, 2020 at 06:50 amUL Registration 2020 – How to register at University of Limpopo
University of Limpopo (UL) invites prospective students who applied to study for 2020 academic year to at UL Turfloop Campus.
Registration for first entering students: Monday, 13 January 2020 to Thurday, 2020 January 2020.
Registration returning students: Monday, 20 January 2020 to Friday, 24 January 2020.
How to register?
2020 Registration date for First Entering Undergraduate Students
To qualify for admission at the University of Limpopo, students need to be in possession of a matriculation certificate endorsed with a Bachelor’s Degree; and they should produce the following:
Registration payment: Standard Bank deposit slip or Bursary proof of payment document
Make sure all documents are certified
Original Grade 12 results
Faculty Letter of Acceptance
International Students should also produce:
Study permit from their embassies
Both A-level and O-level results
2.2.1. Students with Disabilities
Students with disabilities will be serviced at Reakgona Disability Centre (RDC), and ushered to the registration venues from there.
2.2.2. International Students
The International Office will provide registration services to all eligible international students at R Block 75.
2.2.3. Finance (Student Revenue)
The Finance Department staff members, including Financial Aid Office will be stationed at Onkgopotse Tiro Hall Foyer for the duration of the registration period with a mandate to clear students for registration.
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