University of Johannesburg UJ Nursing Requirements

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS WITH A NATIONAL CERTIFICATE (VOCATIONAL) (NCV)

For admission to a Degree (4 years) the applicant must have:

• A NCV (level 4) issued by the Council for General and Further Education / and Training.

• Achieved a minimum of 70% for 5 of the 7 subjects – fundamental and vocational categories.

• Passed English as Language of Teaching and Learning / First Additional Language as fundamental component with a minimum of 70%.

• Passed Mathematics and Physical Sciences as Fundamental Components with a minimum score of 70%. For admission to a BCom Degree and BA Degree (3 years) the applicant must have:

• A NCV (level 4) issued by the Council for General and Further Education and Training.

• Achieved a minimum of 60% for 6 of the 7 subjects – fundamental and vocational categories.

• Passed English as Language of Teaching and Learning / First Additional Language as fundamental component with a minimum of 70%.

• Passed Mathematics and Physical Sciences as Fundamental Components with a minimum score of 60%. For admission to a National Diploma (3 years) the applicant must have:

• A NCV (level 4) issued by the Council for General and Further Education and Training.

• An achievement of at least 60% for 5 of the 7 subjects – fundamental and vocational categories.

• An achievement of at least 60% in English as Language of Teaching and Learning / First Additional Language.

• An achievement of at least 60% in Mathematics or 70% in Mathematics Literacy – taken as fundamental subjects.

NATIONAL SENIOR CERTIFICATE FOR ADULTS (NASCA) AND AMENDED SENIOR CERTIFICATE (ASC)

Proposed admission requirements for applicants holding the National Senior Certificate for Adults (NASCA) or the Amended Senior Certificate (ASC) for qualifications in the Faculty of Health Sciences.

The B-degree endorsement is a legal requirement to be admitted into the undergraduate Degree programmes in the Faculty of Health Sciences. Thus for both the NASCA and ASC for admission to a programme in the Faculty of Health Sciences the Senate Discretionary Approval process will be followed.

Admission requirements

The entrance requirements for registration for a Master’s programme are as follows:

  • The candidate should have a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing Science with a minimum of 480 approved credits at NQF level 8 Nursing
  • A minimum of 50% in Research Methodology may qualify him/her to register for a Master’s programme in Nursing Science.
  • The candidate must hold a post in the field of specialization associated with the Master’s programme studies.
  • The student must also have an appropriate certificate of registration with the SA Nursing Council in the field of specialization of proposed Masters programme in Nursing Science.The candidate who wishes to apply for a Master’s programme in Nursing Education and Nursing Management must also have passed Nursing Education and Nursing Management at a third-year level (NQF 8).
  • The candidate who wishes to apply for a Master’s programme in Psychiatric Nursing Science must also pass the specific selection programme of this course. More information is available from the prospective supervisors concerned.
  • The candidate who aims to study for a Master’s programme in the Department of Nursing Sciences at the University of Johannesburg must arrange an orientation meeting with the supervisor. This is to ensure that the candidate is familiar with the selection criteria and other aspects of the Master’s Degree.

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