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Registration dates

Registration has been extended until Sunday, 5 March 2023 for admitted students. This arrangement is subject to space availability for new enrolments.

Vaccination Information for students

Suspension of COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination measures.

The UJ Council approved be relaxing of some of our Mandatory Vaccination Policy stipulations and Implementation Protocols.

Should there be an increase in the number of COVID-19 infections and in the resultant risk to our staff, students, and third parties, the University may be required to reinstate the suspended measures.

Registration Information Letters

To all NSFAS First Time Applicants,

The University of Johannesburg would like to encourage students who applied for NSFAS to check their funding status on the myNSFAS portal The University continuously engages NSFAS on timelines for the release of funding outcomes. To date, we have not received funding outcome for first years and continuing students.

Due to academic space constraints that cannot be guaranteed, the University would like to urge students who can raise the minimum tuition fee payment of R3870,00 to pay in order to proceed with academic registration. The registration fee will be refunded to the students once NSFAS funding is confirmed. Students who cannot raise the minimum are encouraged to apply for the UJ SRC Trust Fund that will assist with the registration fee

Please do not hesitate to contact us on


UJ Student Finance

20 January 2023


Fraudulent activities outside and Inside University premises.

We alert all our students of the scavengers’ activities that are happening within and outside our campuses. These activities are happening in the form of scams and fraud.

It has come to our attention that there are individuals who pose as university employees or student representatives in an attempt to defraud our students. These individuals will promise to assist students with academic space, bursaries, student accommodation and or registration assistance in an exchange of cash. Once they are given the money, they will either vanish without trace or use fraudulent credit cards in carrying out their promises, the credit card transaction will at the end be reversed leaving the students with enormous debt.

The University of Johannesburg is a cashless environment, and no amount of money must be given to any of our staff members or students representatives to get any assistance. Students and parents are urged to always be alert and to only interact with the university using the official platforms. We also urge them to report any suspicious activities to our fraud line.

Tel: 0800 872 846


Steps to register online:

2023 Registration Guide

Registration information guide:

2023 Registration Information

Library fines and payment:

Students can pay library fines online. However we can only lift blocks placed on students three days after payment as we need to receive these funds before the block is lifted.

Please follow this link for banking details to pay your fine into the University account: LIBRARY FINES BANKING DETAILS


Kingsway campus:

011 559 2492 or or 011 559 2475 or

Bunting Road campus:

011 559 1348 or or 011 559 1244 or

Soweto campus:

011 559 5559 or or 011 559 5709 or

Kingsway campus: – Front Desk, Letters, QVS, Sick notes, F7 appeals -Department of Electrical Engineering Science – Department of Mechanical Engineering Science – Department of Civil Engineering Science


Doornfontein campus: – SLP Coordination – Department of Civil Engineering Technology – Department of Mining – Department of Construction Management – Department of Quality and Operations Management – Department of Electrical Technology & Department of Urban and Regional Planning – Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering – Department of Chemical Engineering & Department of Metallurgy


Bunting Road Campus:  – Nkhensani Ngobeni – School of Engineering Management

Staff Member

Undergraduate degrees

Postgraduate degrees

011 559 5516

Student surnames: A – F

Masters MPhil Social Policy and Development
Honours, Masters and Doctorates in African Languages; Afrikaans; English; French; Greek and Latin Studies; Linguistics; Cultural Studies; Applied Linguistics; Urban Studies

Ms Laurinda Van Den Berg
011 559 4625

Student surnames: G – K

Study-abroad programmes

Honours, Masters and Doctorates in Industrial Sociology; Social Impact Assessment; Sociology

011 559 3644

Student surnames: L – MAB

Honours, Masters and Doctorates in Politics and International Relations

Extra-curricular programmes

Rev Deon Botman

Student surnames: MAC – MAQ

Honours, Masters and Doctorates in Journalism, Film and Television; Religion Studies

Postgraduate marks and assessment matters

Ms Mercial Samms

Student surnames: MAR – ME

Honours in Communication Studies (surnames A – Mi) ; Honours in Psychology (surnames A – Me); Masters in Psychology (Research); Counselling Psychology (Coursework)

Doctorates in Communication Studies

Mr Ismail Fadal
011 559 3232

Student surnames: MF – MOM

Honours in Communication Studies (surnames Mj – Z); Honours in Psychology (surnames Mf – Z); Masters in Fundamental Communication (Research) ; Clinical Psychology (Coursework)

Doctorates in Psychology

Mr Aphiwe Somabhele
011 559 2197

Student surnames: NU – SEK

PG Progress Reports; and Assists with: Bursaries Honours/Masters and Doctorates; Postdoc Registrations

Mrs Rene Jordaan
011 559 2660

Undergraduate marks and assessment matters

Honours, Masters and Doctorates – Development Studies

SHDC Submissions

Ms Manuela Mackay
011 559 2051

Student surnames: ND – NT

Undergraduate Graduations

Honours – Historical Studies; African Studies; Strategic Communication

Masters – Historical Studies; Corporate Communication; Strategic Communication

Doctorates – Historical Studies; Strategic Communication

Postgraduate Graduations

Ms Hape Setloboko
011 559 2197

Student surnames: SEL – TSH

PG Progress Reports; and Assists with: Bursaries Honours/Masters and Doctorates; Postdoc Registrations

011 559 2576

Student surnames: MON – NC

Honours in Social Policy, Community Development

Masters in Clinical Social Work; Community Development

Doctorates in Social Work

Ms Sune Theunissen

Student surnames: TSI Z

All students

Transcripts and Reception

Ms Ester van Wyk

Extended BA Degrees  – Undergraduate and Advanced Diplomas or   – Honours  – Masters and Doctoral

011 559 2141 or

Kingsway and Soweto Campus: Mr Tshepang Marumo, +27 (0) 11 559 2096 or

Kingsway Campus: Mrs Mampou Ngqumshe, +27 (0) 11 559 4517 or

Kingsway Campus: Ms Shantelle Sass, +27 (0) 11 559 7780 or

Doornfontein Campus: Mr Thabang Mothebe, +27 (0) 11 559 6510 or

Bunting Road Campus: Ms Palesa Makwela, +27 (0) 11 559 1027 or

Post Doctoral Fellows: Ms Ziyanda Sam +27(0) 11 559 4099 or