NMMU Admission Requirement – mandela.ac.za Application Requirement

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The management of the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University has released the Application Requirement/Admission Requirement for the Student of the institution.

NMMU Application Requirement – mandela.ac.za Application Requirement, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Registration Requirement, Admission Requirement available below.”

The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Students applying to Undergraduates, Postgraduate, Diploma, Masters programs must meet the following requirements in order to be considered for admission.

NMMU Admission Requirement / Application Requirement

The table below explains how well you will need to do in your school subjects to meet the minimum entry requirements for each type of qualification.

Qualification Minimum Statutory Entry Requirement
Higher Certificate Pass NSC with: A minimum of 30% in the language of learning and teaching of the higher education institution, together with any other university requirements.
Diploma Pass NSC with: A minimum of 30% in the language of learning and teaching of the higher education institution, coupled with an achievement rating of 3 (40–49%) or better in four recognised NSC 20-credit subjects (this excludes LO which is 10-credits), together with any other university requirements.
Bachelors Degree Pass NSC with: A minimum of 30% in the language of learning and teaching of the higher education institution, coupled with an achievement rating of 4 (50–59%) or better in four recognised 20-credit NSC subjects (this excludes LO which is 10-credits), together with any other university requirements.

 

*(LOTL) Language of Teaching & Learning, which is English at Nelson Mandela University.

Designated subjects

As per the Government Gazette Notice No.165 No. 41473 dated March 2018, the list of designated subjects has been revoked with immediate effect. Subsequent to this announcement, the revised admission requirements for degree entry as they pertain to Nelson Mandela University, are further explained below:

  • Applicants must meet the minimum statutory entry requirements for each type of qualification they wish to apply for as stated above.
  • The University may add additional subject-specific requirements for certain qualifications.
  • Applicants will still need to comply with the Admission Point Score (APS), subject-specific level(s) set for specific subjects which may be required for certain qualifications, and/or fall within the APS testing band before a final decision will be made of the outcome of his/her application.
  • Any recognised 20-credit NSC subject combinations (dependant on school capacity) can be used towards applying for degree studies (this excludes LO which is 10-credits), provided that each of these four subjects are also passed on a level 4 (50-59%) or higher.

How to calculate your Admission Point Score (APS)

  • The APS system allocates point values to the levels of achievement obtained for your matric subjects.
  • Write down your relevant NSC subjects and the levels obtained.
  • Allocate points according to the table below.
  • Add up the number of points you have to calculate your APS.
  • Alternatively, use our online APS calculator

Table A: School Performance Score (SPS)

NSC NSC % APS APS Percentage
8 90 -100 %
7 80 -100 % 7 80 -89 %
6 70 -79 % 6 70 -79 %
5 60 -69 % 5 60 -69 %
4 50 -59 % 4 50 -59 %
3 40 -49 % 3 40 -49 %
2 30 -39 % 2 30 -39 %
1 0 -29 % 0 0 -29 %

 

Example 1

To enrol for the Diploma (Analytical Chemistry) you need an Admission Point Score (APS) of at least 34, as well as a National Senior Certificate (NSC) pass in Mathematics & Physical Science on at least a level 4 (50 – 59 %).

NSC Subject NSC % Level APS Points allocated
English 65 % 5 5
Xhosa 60 % 5 5
Mathematics 70 % 6 6
Geography 55 % 4 4
History 80 % 7 7
Life Orientation 74 % 6 6
Physical Science 71 % 6 6
Admission Point Score 39

 

This applicant has met the minimum requirements for admission to the Diploma (Analytical Chemistry).

Example 2

To enrol for the BCom (Accounting) you need an Admission Point Score (APS) of at least 38, as well as four subjects from the designated list and a pass in Mathematics on at least level 5 (60 69 %).

Matric Subject NSC % Level APS Points Allocated
English 70 % 6 6
Afrikaans 80 % 7 7
Mathematics 69 % 5 5
Accounting 65 % 5 5
Life Orientation 60 % 5 5
Physical Science 74 % 6 6
Life Sciences 81 % 7 7
Admission Point Score 41

 

This student has met the minimum admission requirements for the BCom (Accounting) programme.

Additional requirements

In addition to the minimum APS requirement, additional subject requirements have been set. These include:

Mathematics

This is required for certain programmes. Only performance in the core Mathematics topics (papers 1 and 2) will be used when making admission decisions. However, school learners are encouraged to also take the optional Mathematics topics.

In certain programmes, applicants who have Mathematical Literacy instead of Mathematics may be admitted to a programme where a Mathematics entry requirement has been set. In this instance, additional modules may be added to the programme, which may extend the length of the programme.

Mathematical Literacy

In view of the importance of quantitative literacy for success at Higher Education studies, a minimum of a 3 (40-49%) for Mathematical Literacy is preferred for likely admission to National Higher Certificate and National Diploma programmes and a 4 (50-59%) for likely admission to degree programmes where Mathematics is not a requirement unless otherwise indicated.

Therefore, the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Application Date has been published online and can be accessed through the school website provided below.

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