University of Johannesburg (UJ) Online Application 2022

The University of Johannesburg online application is not out. You can apply now if you want to be a part of UJ.

The University of Johannesburg has evolved into a multifaceted, inclusive, transformational, and collegial institution. They commit to leading, challenging, creating, and exploring knowledge at UJ. The University of Johannesburg (UJ) is officially accepting applications for the class of 2022/2023.

They provide a wide choice of courses ranging from certificates to degrees to postgraduate studies. UJ also provides a variety of online courses. Short courses, full certifications, continuing education programs, degrees, and postgraduate courses are all available.

Faculties in the University of Johannesburg

  • College of Business and Economics
  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture
  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Faculty of Education
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment
  • Faculty of Science

Campuses

  • Auckland Park Bunting Road Campus
  • Auckland Park Kingsway Campus
  • Doornfontein Campus
  • Soweto Campus

Requirements for UJ online application

  • Email address that is valid (only one of the following is needed) If you don’t already have an email account, you can sign up for Gmail or Yahoo mail.
  • Check to see if you meet the study criteria for the courses you’ve chosen.
  • If Grade 12 is completed, certified and individually scanned documents are required.
  • When applying online, the following documents must be uploaded (not relevant to applicants currently in grade 12 or internal transfer/Senior applicants):
    • Certification is required for all documents. When submitting documents, make sure the scanned file is no more than 512KB and all papers are scanned in one of the following formats: tiff, pdf, jpg, or gif.
    • Documents can also be emailed to ujappdocs@listsrv.uj.ac.za, with the provisional reference/student number included in the subject line.
  • For verification and auditing purposes, applicants in Grade 12 may be asked to present certified copies of their final Grade 11 results.

How to Apply for University of Johannesburg Admission

  • Step #1: Go to the University of Johannesburg website and click on the Admission > Apply for Admission (UJ Online Application) link for undergraduate students or postgraduate applicants. From there, you can choose your options and move on to the Registration, Application, and document uploading stages. The University of Johannesburg’s Online Application System can be found here.
  • Step #2: University of Johannesburg UJ Online Registration; after clicking the link in step one, you will be directed to the University of Johannesburg Online Application System form, where you must complete all needed fields. If you are a first-time applicant, you must first register. First-time applicants are those who have never used the University of Johannesburg online application system before and do not have an account that allows them to log in using their username and password. Your name, email, password, type of program you’re applying for, and qualification mode are all required at the registration stage.
  • Step #3: Submit supporting documentation; everyone who is asking for a new qualification must submit the necessary paperwork (all first-time applicants and University of Johannesburg students starting a new qualification). The deadline for uploading the relevant documents is the application deadline. No documents will be accepted after the application deadline has passed. Scanners and electronic devices are not available at the University of Johannesburg. Before beginning the UJ Online Application procedure, please make sure that all of your documents have been scanned and transferred to an electronic device.
  • Step #4: The next step is payment of UJ application fees. Once you’ve obtained a student number from the University of Johannesburg, pay the application cost. Use the student number and the application fee reference number that you received from the University of Johannesburg (ie STUDENT NUMBER 5370810030). Once the cost is paid, your application will be approved and processed. Please note that this is a non-refundable charge.
  • Visit https://www.uj.ac.za/Pages/default.aspx for banking details and payment information.

You can visit the University of Johannesburg Online Application System for a full guide on how to apply >> UJ ONLINE APPLICATION

You can apply online at www.uj.ac.za and click on the Study @UJ link to either apply online or download the application form, which should be mailed to the University or submitted to the Student Enrolment Centre. An application cost is not required for online applicants, however a non-refundable application fee of R200 is required for hardcopy applicants.

Undergraduate UJ Online Application

  • Only two study options are available to applicants. Once you’ve made your study selections, you can’t change them.
  • If you are currently rewriting a Grade 12 in South Africa, please be aware that we can only process your application based on the most recent results we have.
  • If you took Grade 12 more than once, you must upload your combined results at the end of the application procedure. You will be unable to apply for the 2021 application cycle if you are currently in your last year of study abroad of the Republic of South Africa.
  • Only after receiving an admission/conditional admission letter from the University of Johannesburg will applicants be eligible to apply for a student visa.
  • For verification and auditing purposes, international applicants studying for a South African Grade 12 may be asked to present certified copies of their final Grade 11 results.
  • Applications must include final school-leaving results (applicants who have finished High School/Secondary Education).
  • Diploma applicants must submit their final school-leaving results, and a certificate of exemption from USAf is not required.

Requirements for applying (for Undergraduates)

  • Valid email address (Gmail or Yahoo mail account).
  • Have the requirements for study choices been met (see prospectus).
  • Exemption confirmation from USAf (Matriculation Board of South Africa) for applicants applying towards a degree
  • Certified and individually scanned documents if completed Grade 12 (see process below).
  • Document upload requirements when applying online (not applicable to applicants currently in grade 12 or internal transfer/Senior applicants):
    • All documents must be certified
    • When uploading documents, ensure that the scanned file is a maximum of 512KB, and that all documents are scanned in any of the following types – tiff, pdf, jpg or gif
    • Each document must be scanned and uploaded as separate attachments
  • Alternatively, documents can be emailed to intappsdocs@listsrv.uj.ac.za with the provisional reference/student number noted in the subject line of the email.
  • the the provisional reference/student number noted in the subject line of the email.

For Postgraduates

  • Applicants can apply to one of two study options. Once you’ve made your study selections, you can’t change them.
  • Please visit the relevant faculty/department website before submitting your online application and uploading/emailing documents to confirm any further documentation that may be necessary, such as a departmental application form, CV, motivation, thesis, and so on.
  • If you need additional information about living arrangements, contact Student Accommodation.
  • If you have previously applied and have a student number, you do not need to pay the application cost. This is also true if you’re looking for a transfer to a different qualification.

Requirements for applying (for Postgraduates)

  • Valid email address (Gmail or Yahoo mail account).
  • Certified and individually scanned documents if completed Grade 12 (see process below).
  • Document upload requirements when applying online (not applicable to applicants currently in grade 12 or internal transfer/Senior applicants):
    • All documents must be certified
    • When uploading documents, ensure that the scanned file is a maximum of 512KB, and that all documents are scanned in any of the following types – tiff, pdf, jpg or gif
    • Each document must be scanned and uploaded as separate attachments
  • Alternatively, documents can be emailed to intappsdocs@listsrv.uj.ac.za with the provisional reference/student number noted in the subject line of the email.

UJ Online application Timeline

Visit here to see the current opening and closing dates.

UJ Contact info

For more information, contact the Support team through phone calls @ 01155945555

Registration link

To start your application, click here to start.

After you’ve successfully submitted your UJ Online Application, you should check your application status at the University of Johannesburg online application system to see if it’s been approved or denied. For more information, see How to track the University of Johannesburg application status. Look at this link >> University of Johannesburg status application – University of Johannesburg tracking status

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