The requirements for undertaking the University of the Free State (UFS) Bachelor of Commerce with specialization in Human Resource Management.
- NSC and an AP of 29
- Language of instruction on level 4 (50%)
- Mathematics on level 4 (50%)
- NBT for Academic (AL) and Quantitative (QL) Literacy Test; and Mathematics Test (MT)
Private Sector Management: Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
|Programme Description||Minimum Admission Requirements|
|Programme||Academic Plan Code||AP||Language of instruction||Mathematics||Compulsory National Benchmark Test||Campus|
|BCom with specialisation in Human Resource Management||BC630030||29||4 (50%)||4 (50%)||AL, QL, MT||BC|
Pay attention to the following important information:
- Higher Education South Africa (HESA) set specific admission requirements that you must meet if you want to study at any South African university. If you finished school in or after 2008, and have a National Senior Certificate (NSC), you need the following to apply for admission to a Bachelor’s degree at any South African university:
- Four (4) of the seven (7) subjects included in your NSC subject package, must be from the designated subject list.
- Achieve a performance level of at least 4 (50%) in each of these four (4) subjects
- All admission requirements apply to first-year students in 2018.
- Admission to study at the UFS is dependent on the following:
- Your application meets all the minimum requirements for the programme
- The programme must have available space and capacity to admit students
- You have to submit valid school results with your application
- The UFS reserves the right to change the minimum requirements of each programme without notifying you.
- Applications for all non-selection programmes close on 29 September 2017.
An admission point (AP) consisting of seven levels is used. Points will be awarded for six academic modules.
Note: No points will be awarded for achievement levels lower than 30%:
|Percentage||7 (90–100%)||7 (80–89%)||6 (70–79%)||5 (60–69%)||4 (50–59%)||3 (40–49%)||2 (30–39%)|
One point is awarded for Life Orientation (LO) from achievement level 5 (60%) or higher.
However, if you meet the requirements and wish to apply to study this course. You can simply check the application processes.