University of Limpopo International Student Fees 2022 – 2023

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University of Limpopo International Student Fees 2022 – 2023

University of Limpopo International Student Fees 2022 – 2023 – See Details Below:



International Students

Applicable Fees

SADC Students

Same as local students plus

International Levy R5 180

African but NON-SADC

2 x local students plus

International Levy R5 180

International Students

Applicable Fees

Other International Students

3 x local students plus

University of Limpopo International Student Fees StudentInternational Levy R5 180

International Student Affiliation Fee. The International Student Association has an affiliation fee of R1 680 they levy to all international students to be used by the international students for they different events organized by the International Student Association.


i.South African citizen provided he/she does not have a study visa in his/her other passport. Students should bear in mind that some countries do not allow dual citizenship and that South Africa does not allow dual citizenship with countries who do not allow it. Therefore, to register as a South African citizen, students will be required to submit a South African passport or South African identity document. This category of students qualifies to pay local fees.

ii.Citizen of another country but with permanent residence in South Africa: Permanent residence in South Africa entitles the holder to rights similar to that of South African citizens with a few exceptions. The students will be required to submit a valid passport with a South African permanent residence permit/stamp therein. This category of students qualifies to pay local fees.

iii.Refugees: A refugee is a foreign national who has refugee status accorded by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), has a South African identity book which is stamped as refugee status, and is normally valid for two years until permanent status is awarded. If not, accorded status reverts to “asylum seeker”. The

Refugee Act, Act No. 130 of 1998 (Section 27) provides refugee students the right to study without a study permit. This category of students qualifies to pay local fees.

iv.Asylum seekers: An asylum seeker is a person who comes to South Africa and applies to the government for protection as a refugee. An asylum seeker should have a valid permit issued under the Immigration Act, Act No. 13 of 2002 (Section 13) Department of Home Affairs. Tuition fees are similar to those of local South African students and they pay local application fees. No medical aid cover is legally required, however, it is highly recommended.


i.Asylum seekers: – pay international fees until they officially receive the refugee status.

ii.Diplomats and their dependents stationed in South Africa – pay international fees until they themselves have obtained SA citizenship or permanent residency.

iii.International University of Limpopo employees and their dependents – pay international fees until they themselves have obtained SA citizenship or permanent residency.


International Students who are children of South African citizens or Permanent

Residents – pay international fees until they themselves have obtained SA citizenship or

permanent residency.

v.SA Permanent Resident Applicants under Review (including those married to SA residents/citizens) – there is no guarantee that permanent residence status will be granted until such status is granted, international fees apply.

vi.International Students who are married (including same sex marriages) to SA citizens or permanent residents – pay international fees until they have obtained SA citizenship or permanent residency.

vii.International Students who are in life partnerships with SA citizens or permanent residents – pay International fees until they have obtained SA citizenship or permanent residency.

viii.International Students who pay SA taxes (e.g. contract workers or temporary residents) – the criterion of paying tax in South Africa does not change a person’s immigration status and as such it is not sufficient for a reduction in international fees.

ix.International Students who pay SADC taxes – paying tax in a SADC country does not change a person’s immigration status and as such does not qualify for exemption from

University of Limpopo international fees Student.

x.SA & SADC Temporary Residents – If there is an expiry visa date and if individuals are required to renew residence status periodically, then such individuals are not permanent residents of the country and do not qualify to pay local fees.


Should the student international change after registration, the changes will only be implemented in the next registration, meaning the student will still be fully liable for the fees as it was billed before the status was changed.


i.Under the provisions of the Immigration Act 2002 (No. 13 of 2002), an international student may not enter, or reside in South Africa, to take up degree studies without a valid study permit. A study permit application should be submitted as soon as possible as the process takes 4 – 6 weeks. The application is to be submitted to the nearest South African Embassy or Consulate.

ii.Once granted, it is essential that a student confirms that he / she has been issued with the correct visa valid for studies at University of Limpopo BEFORE proceeding to South Africa. The University will not preregister any student with an invalid study visa.

iii.To apply for a study permit you will need:

a)An official letter confirming provisional acceptance and the duration of the course from the relevant institution

b)In the case of a person under the age of 21 years:

the particulars of the person in the Republic who will act as that learner’s guardian and a confirmatory letter from that intended guardian; and

proof of consent for the intended stay from both parents or from the custodian parent, along with proof of sole custody in the latter case

c)A police clearance certificate less than 6 months’ old

d)Medical and radiological reports

e)Documents relating to marital status if applicable

f)A yellow fever vaccination certificate if that person travelled or intends travelling from or through a yellow fever endemic area

g)In the case of a foreign state accepting responsibility for the applicant in terms of a bilateral agreement, a written undertaking in respect of the departure of the applicant

h)Proof of medical cover with a medical scheme registered in terms of the Medical Schemes Act, 1998 (Act No. 131 of 1998), or other medical insurance cover recognised in the Republic (access for a list of medical schemes recognised in South Africa)

i)Proof of sufficient financial means

j)Payment of a deposit, which will be refunded to the depositor after the final departure of the applicant or after a permit has been issued to the applicant. The payment of the deposit must be in the form of a bank guaranteed cheque or credit card at places where such facilities exist. In the case of students from Africa, the payment of the deposit may not be required, provided that the government of the relevant African country submits a written undertaking to pay all costs relating to the deportation of the student, should this become necessary. Contact the relevant Government

University of Limpopo International Student Fees department in your country for more information.

k)Other requirements as may be prescribed by the Consulate/Embassy. We recommend that you contact the nearest South African Consulate/Embassy before sending in your application, in order to find out exactly what documents are needed, because requirements may change.

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