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University of Limpopo (UL) Admission Requirements | University of Limpopo Admission all the courses at the undergraduate, diploma and postgraduate level is updated.

The UL Admission Requirements is out Online… All University of Limpopo Prospective Students who wish to study in any faculty that UL offers are expected to check the Minimum Entry Requirements for courses below.

The Management of the University of Limpopo (UL) has stated that all Applicants are to take notes of these Admission Requirements before Applying for Admission.

University of Limpopo (UL) Admission Requirements

For more information and inquiries about the University of Limpopo admission entry requirements,

Below is the 2022/2023 UL admission Prospectus that contains the admission requirement needed for admission into University of Limpopo, UL.

*Note: make sure that you meet or exceed the admission requirements as set out on the prospectus. Only Bachelor Certificate holders are eligible to apply for admission.

1.1 National Senior Certificate (NSC) with Bachelor exemption

Prospective students, with an NSC, who wish to gain entry to any undergraduate programme at the University of Limpopo, should comply with the following:

  • Life Orientation with an achievement level of at least three (3).
  • Aligned with the language policy of the university, English as a language of learning and teaching with an achievement level of at least three (3).
  • The required minimum levels of achievement in specific subjects as stipulated in the Calendars of each Faculty, provided that:
    • Four 20-credit subjects were achieved with a minimum NSC achievement level of four (4) for degree programmes and
    • Four 20-credit subjects were achieved with a minimum NSC achievement level of three (3) for diploma programmes.
  • The required Admission Point Score (APS) as stipulated in the Calendars of each Faculty.

Meeting the minimum APS for a particular programme does not, however, guarantee admission.

1.2 Matriculation Certificate (prior to 2008)
  • Students, who successfully completed Grade 12 before 2008, can apply for admission to the University with the normal Grade 12 Senior Certificate with full university exemption by converting their grade symbols to an APS.
1.3 National Certificate (Vocational)
  • Students who have successfully completed a National Certificate Vocational NC(V) Level 4 qualification will require the following and will be subject to Faculty Admission Specifications and Placement Tests:
  • NC(V) level 4 certificate with 3 fundamental subjects 60% (Life Orientation included) and 4 relevant vocational subjects at 70% for degree programmes.
  • NC(V) level 4 certificate with 3 fundamental subjects 50% (Life Orientation included) and 3 compulsory vocational subjects at 60% for diploma programmes.
2.  Qualifications other than the NSC

Prospective students should get verification of the qualification from Higher Education South Africa (HESA). Prospective students with matriculation qualifications from outside the borders of South Africa can also contact the International Office on +27 (0) 15 268 3046.

APS Conversion Table for Non- NSC examinations.
APS

NSC

IGCSE/ GCSE/ NSSCO-Level

HIGCSE/ NSSC HL

AS Level

A-Level

IB-HL

IB-SL

10

A

7

9

8

8 (90-100)

B

6

7

7 (80-89%)

1

A

C

5

7

6

6 (70-79%)

2

B

D

4

6

5

5 (60-69%)

A

3

C

E

5

4

4 (50-59%)

B

3

D

4

3

3 (40-49%)

C

4

E

3

2

2 (30-39%)

D/E

2

1

1 (0-29%)

F/G

1

NSC – National Senior Certificate (completed Grade 12 in and after 2008) IGCSE – International General Certificate of Secondary Education NSSC – Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate HIGCSE – Higher International General Certificate of Secondary Education A-Level  Advanced level O Level – Ordinary Level AS – Advanced subsidiary IB-HL  International Baccalaureate Higher Level IB-SL  International Baccalaureate Standard Level

3.  Placement Test

The University of Limpopo will conduct National Benchmarking Tests for prospective students. The results of the test will be used for research in terms of student profiles and for allocation of appropriate support.

4.  Extended Curriculum Programmes (ECP)

The extended curriculum programmes offered at the university are linked to the corresponding approved regular undergraduate degree programmes, but allow students an additional year to achieve the learning outcomes. Results of the Placement Tests are of particular relevance to gain access into these programmes.

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