University of Fort Hare Application 2020
Applications will start in June and end in September
Every prospective student shall apply for admission to a programme offered by the University on the prescribed application form. The form of application must be completed in detail and signed by the prospective learner and his/her parent or guardian if he/she is a minor.
The completed form must be sent to the Registrar by the date stipulated below, together with the prescribed application fee. The final decision regarding the admission of an undergraduate candidate will be taken in January, when the Grade 12 results are available. The University will confirm the candidate’s admission in writing.
Non-refundable fee of R120.00
No late application will be accepted
Non-Refundable fee of R120-00
Acceptance of accommodation of R1000-00
Please attach the original deposit slip with your application form.
Account Name: University of Fort Hare
Bank: Standard Bank
Branch Code: 050119
Account Number: 282101357
Reference: Applicant’s Full Names
The University of Fort Hare went off on a good start with its Registration, so far registering 4105 students even before the last day of registration. This process started on 18 January in the East London campus up to the 26th of January. It will start on 27 January right up to the 10th of February . A well charged team of registration officers spotting registration T-shirts sponsored by ITEC have been running the process and managed to register every student for that day. Registration has not had to carry over in all the days that it has been taking place in East London, which is commendable given the challenges that the registration process has had to deal with.On the 1st day of Registration, it had to be halted due to NSFAS problems, and this was resolved by unblocking students and the Office of the Registrar ensuring that NSFAS officials are on site to address queries. The Online registration has continued to pose challenges, and these are being resolved as registration is proceeding by the ICT department. The other challenge was that of power which, due to a faulty cable in the Quigney area, caused a 3-hour delay on the 23rd, but with cooperation from the BCM officials, the UFH was made a priority in the resolution of the power outage issue.Through cooperation with the student body, academics, admissions and external stakeholders, registration in the University of Fort Hare is proceeding as scheduled.