NMMU Registration 2022/2023
NMMU Registration 2022/2023 NMMU Online Registration
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) opened on January 1, 2005 as a result of the merger of the PE Technikon of the University Of Port Elizabeth (UPE) and the Port Elizabeth Campus of the University of Vista (Vista PE).
The PE Technikon has its roots in the oldest art school in the country, the PE School of Art, founded in 1882; the University of Port Elizabeth (UPE), the first residential dual media university in the country, was founded on January 31, 1964; and the Port Elizabeth campus of Vista University, which provided underprivileged students access to higher education.
What is Pre-Registration?
Pre-registration is the process of double-checking that all international students have submitted all of their relevant documents to the Office for International Education, and that they are on record in their student files. Students must report to the venue indicated on their list of important dates and at the time indicated. They are required to bring original copies of all their documents.
- Original school-leaving certificates and proof of birth date (original birth certificates), indicating compliance with Matriculation Exemption requirements.
- Valid passport with a valid study permit.
- Proof of payment of tuition fees in full and prescribed portion of Residence fees or proof of sponsorship.
- Proof of medical insurance coverage.
- IELTS or TOEFL results (applicable to non-English speaking degree students only).
- Transcripts of academic records.
What is Registration? NMMU Online Registration
Registration is the formal confirmation of the acceptance of an admitted applicant to a specific course of study at the university, after successful compliance with the minimum registration requirements.
What requirements must a student meet to be registered?
- The specific Faculty requirements have to be met.
- The registration form (blue) has to be signed by the student and the Faculty Officer.
- All fees need to be paid before registration.
- The Access Assessment must be completed before registration. Test results may be used for development or streaming purposes during registration.
What proof of registration does a student receive?
At registration after a student has been registered he/she will receive the following:
- Proof of registration form where all modules and fees are indicated
- A laminated student card
- An individual time-table
What does a student need to do if he/she wants to change degrees or modules?
- Form 11 must be completed. This form can be obtained from the Office for International Education.
- The student must indicate if a module must be added or deleted and indicate why.
- The form must be signed by the student and the relevant Faculty Officer.
- If the change involves a change of Faculty the student must be aware that they may need to sit for the Access Assessment Battery, as part of their admissions requirements to the new Faculty e.g. if a student who was previously registered in the Arts Faculty wishes to change to a BCom degree (a degree in theEconomic and Building Sciences Faculty) the student will need to provide Mathematics results.
- The Dean of the relevant Faculty then considers the student’s request together with all the information contained in his/her file and his/her test results, in making the admissions decision.
The results of this decision are then communicated to the admissions officer, who then contacts the student to inform him/her of the results.
Please Note: Registration takes place between the end of January and the beginning of February. There is also a registration session in July for students arriving mid-year.
Register online …
Lectures for the second semester start on Monday, 16 July 2022. The last day for registration and cancellation of modules for the block of lectures that started on 16 July is Friday, 27 July 2021. The 2022 Academic Calendar as well as the General Prospectus are available for download on the right of this page.
PLEASE NOTE – the 2022 second semester intake is only for returning students, i.e. those who have modules to complete. There is NO second semester intake for NEW students.