UCT online Registration 2024-2025
UCT online Registration 2024-2025
Online registration for the University of Cape Town (UCT). Procedure for online registration at the University of Cape Town Date for undergraduate and graduate online registration at the University of Cape Town How to register online for the University of Cape Town
Every UCT online registration has a procedure that prospective students must follow when registering on the registration date. To avoid being late, students must register on time.
Date for online registration for undergraduate and graduate programs.
University of Cape Town (UCT) Undergraduate Student Registration Date
|29 January 2022||Residences are open for all new students.|
|31 January 2022||Science Faculty orientation and registration commences|
|2 February 2022||Compulsory orientation activities & registration for all new students|
|14 February 2022||First day of lectures|
UNDERGRADUATE RETURNING STUDENT REGISTRATION
This rule applies to all students who are academically qualified to return and were enrolled in a BSc program at UCT prior to the start of the current academic year.
Normal registration on campus will not take place. Students will need to register to use the PeopleSoft system remotely long before they return to campus. Specific instructions on how to register with PeopleSoft will be distributed in January. As a result, it’s critical that you keep checking your UCT email account.
UCT Registration Dates
In December, the system will release the final academic year’s results. On January 1, the results of the January supplementary, deferred, and summer term exams will be made public.
- Between January 20 and January 28, 2022, all returning students who do not have any unresolved issues or missing results must register online.
From the 31st of January to the 3rd of February, students with outstanding results—those taking supplementary, deferred, and summer term exams—must register.
Click here to learn more about UCT undergraduate registration and how to register.
University of Cape Town (UCT) Undergraduate Registration.
Who should register and when?
At the beginning of the year, all returning postgraduates and the majority of postgraduates must register. Only new Ph.D. students and research master’s students (dissertation only) may register at any time throughout the year.
Can visit this page of the Postgrad Hub for information on how to re-register.
New master’s and doctoral students
You will be asked to bring a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) if you are registering for a thesis. The MoU is an agreement between you and your supervisor that lays the groundwork for the coming year.
- If you are registering for the first time with a confirmed research topic and supervisor, you should complete the online Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) via the PeopleSoft Student Administration System.
- If you are registering for the first time and have not yet finalized your research topic, you should complete the online Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) via the PeopleSoft Student Administration System.
- You can access an online guide to assist you with completing the online Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which can be accessed via Vula.
Please note that, once your online Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been granted, you will be required to complete your online registration via the PeopleSoft Student Administration System