UFH Department of Public Administration Admissions Requirements

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UFH Department of Public Administration Admissions Requirements

UFH Department of Public Administration Admissions Requirements – see the entry requirements for all courses offered at the Department of Public Administration…

Admissions Requirements

Programme

Subject Code

Admission Requirements

Relevant field of Study

NQF Level

Notes
Higher Certificate in Public Administration for Community Service

 

60515 Grade 12 / Matric Certificate Public Administration field background will be an added advantage

5

Selection based on merit
Advanced Certificate in Public Administration for Community Service

 

60514 Higher Certificate in Public Administration for Community Service

 

Public Administration field background will be an added advantage

6

Selection based on merit
Bachelor of  Administration in Public Administration

 

62005 Matric Exemption/ Bachelors Admission

 

Public Administration field background will be an added advantage

7

Selection based on merit
Postgraduate Diploma in Public Sector Monitoring and Evaluation 60516 NQF Level 7 Qualification / Equivalent Public Administration field background will be an added advantage

8

Selection based on merit
Postgraduate  Diploma in Development Assistance Management NQF Level 7 Qualification / Equivalent Public Administration field background will be an added advantage

8

Selection based on merit
Bachelor of Administration Honours in Public Administration 62502 NQF Level 7 Qualification / Equivalent Public Administration field background will be an added advantage

8

Selection based on merit
Master of Public Administration (MPA) 31010 NQF Level 8 Qualification / Equivalent Public Administration field background will be an added advantage

9

Selection based on merit and submission of research topic interest and concept note
Master of Administration (MAdmin) 63003 NQF Level 8 Qualification / Equivalent Public Administration field background will be an added advantage

9

Selection based on merit and submission of research topic and proposal
Doctor of Public Administration (DPA) 61504 NQF Level 9 Qualification / Equivalent Public Administration field background will be an added advantage

10

Selection based on merit and submission of research  topic and proposal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Additional Information

National Certificate (Vocational)

 

The minimum requirements for the Faculty of Management and Commerce in particular Department of Public Administration for students passed at public colleges, private colleges and other institutions offering FET vocational programmes shall be as follows:

 

  • National Certificate (Vocational) Level 4;
  • At least 60% in three fundamental subjects including the Language of Teaching and Learning at Fort Hare or at least English First Additional Language (FAL);
  • At least 70% in four compulsory module

 

 

N6 Certificate

See Also: UFH Department of Public Administration Courses Offered

Prospective students with an N6 certificate qualify to be admitted to B Admin program subject to the availability of space.

 

National Diploma (NQF level 6)

 

Prospective students with National Diploma (NQF level 6) qualify to be admitted to B Admin program subject to the availability of space.

 

National Diploma (NQF level 6) plus Advanced Diploma (NQF level 7)/ BTec

 

Prospective students with National Diploma (NQF level 6) plus Advanced Diploma (NQF level 7)/ BTec qualify to be admitted to the Bachelor of Administration Honours in Public Administrationprogramme subject to the availability of space and the relevant field of study.

 

Selection Processes

 

The selection process of the Department of Public Administration is as follows:

  • The Selection Committee convenes to process application forms received on time;
  • The applicants have to meet the minimum admission requirements as laid down above; and selection is based on merit;
  • Priority is given to students who applied on time and met the Departmental entry requirements, also giving access to rural poor, and gender equity;
  • Due to the influx of Mature Age and N6 applicants, selection in these categories is on a first-come-first-serve basis;
  • Transferring students have to first meet the Departmental entry requirements as well as the subject/programme pre-requisites; and apply for credits using the Credit Application Form signed by the respective Departments before a decision is reached.
  • It should be noted that if a qualification has assisted an applicant to gain entry into a programme it cannot be used for credit application, as that will constitute double dipping.

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