Stellenbosch University 2021/2022 Admission Point Score (APS)

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In this guide, we’ll be showing you the Stellenbosch University Admission Point Score (APS) for the 2021/2022 academic session. Also, we have a step-to-step guide on how to calculate your Admission Point Score (APS) easily.

SUN Admission Point Score (APS).

AgriSciences selection process

  •  Selection takes place on the basis of academic merit only.
  •  Meeting the minimum requirements of the program applied for does NOT guarantee selection.
  •  As soon as provisional acceptance is granted, the applicant will receive a letter in this regard.
  •  A student can only be provisionally accepted for one program at any given time at SU. If a student is accepted in for example his/her 2nd choice, the provisional admission (for the 2nd choice) will lapse should the student’s 1st choice be successful as well.
  •  For all programs (except the BAgric (Agri-business Management), BSc (Food Science), BSc For (Wood and Wood Products Sciences), and BScAgric (Plant and Soil Sciences) with Soil Science and Chemistry as major subjects) prospective students who have a:
  • o NSC or Grade 11 average of 65% and above;
  • o Mathematics mark of 65% and above and
  • o Physical Science mark of 55% and above will be immediately considered for provisional admission to the chosen program.
  • Prospective students who have a lower average, Mathematics and/or Physical Science mark but who still meet the minimum requirements will be put on a waiting list and will be considered during the June, August and October selection rounds. The NBT results will be used in these selection rounds.
  •  For the program BAgric (Agri-business Management) prospective students who have a:
  • o NSC or Grade 11 average of 65% and above;
  • o Mathematics mark of 65% and above and
  • o Physical Science mark of 50% and above will be immediately considered for provisional admission to the chosen program.
  • Prospective students who have a lower average and/or Mathematics mark but who still meet the minimum requirements will be put on a waiting list and will be considered during the June, August and October selection rounds. The NBT results will be used in these selection rounds.
  •  For the program BSc (Food Science) prospective students who have a:
  • o NSC or Grade 11 average of 70% and above;
  • o Mathematics mark of 65% and above and
  • o Physical Science mark of 55% and above will immediately be considered for provisional admission to the chosen program.
  • Prospective students who have a lower average, Mathematics and/or Physical Sceince mark but who still meet the minimum requirements will be put on a waiting list and will be considered during the June, August and October selection rounds. The NBT results will be used in these selection rounds. Only 1st and 2nd choice applicants will be considered for admission.
  •  For the program BScFor (Wood and Wood Products Sciences) prospective students who have a:
  • o NSC or Grade 11 average of 65% and above;
  • o Mathematics mark of 70% and above and
  • o Physical Science mark of 60% and above will immediately be considered for provisional admission to the chosen program.
  • Prospective students who have a lower average but who still meet the minimum requirements will be put on a waiting list and will be considered during the June, August, and October selection rounds. The NBT results will be used in these selection rounds.
  •  For the BScAgric (Plant and Soil Sciences) with Soil Science and Chemistry as major subjects prospective students who have a:
  • o NSC or Grade 11 average of 65% and above,
  • o Mathematics mark of 70% and above and
  • o Physical Science mark of 55% and above will immediately be considered for provisional admission to the chosen program.
  • Prospective students who have a lower average and/or Physical Science mark but who still meet the minimum requirements will be put on a waiting list and will be considered during the June, August, and October selection rounds. The NBT results will be used in these selection rounds.

Faculty Of Arts And Social Sciences

  • Programmes with program-specific selection procedures

A number of programmes have programme-specific selection procedures. Selection in the following programmes is made in accordance with the approved selection procedure of the programme (with the number of places indicated in brackets):

  •  BA (Drama and Theatre Studies) [60]
  • • BA (Law) [50]
  • • BA (Sports Science) [60]
  • • BA (Visual Arts) [55]
  • • Department of Music [80] – Higher Certificate in Audio Technology – Higher Certificate in Music – Diploma in Practical Music – Advanced Diploma in Practical Music – BA (Music) – BMus

 Courses using the Faculty’s general selection procedures

The following programmes do not have their own selection policies (programmes that are also offered as extended degree programmes are indicated with an asterisk):

  • • BA (Humanities) *
  • • BA (Social Dynamics) *
  • • BA (Language and Culture) *
  • • BA (International Studies) *
  • • B in Social Work *
  • • BA (Human Resource Management) *
  • • BA (Development and Environment) *
  • • BA (Political, Philosophical and Economic Studies)
  • • BA (Socio-Informatics) *

SEE ALSO: Stellenbosch University 2021 Students’ Handbook

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