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University of Cape Town - Faculty of Commerce - University of Cape ...

An applicant who is made

An applicant who is made an offer of admission to a specified regular programme is entitled to register for ANY regular programme in the Faculty for which s/he meets the entrance criteria. Thus, if we have made an applicant an offer for a BCom Accounting and his/her final NSC results meet the entrance criteria for BBusSc Finance, s/he will be entitled to register for BBusSc Finance should s/he desire to do so Academic Development Programmes * South African Black, Chinese, Coloured or Indian applicants may apply for admission to the Academic Development (AD) programmes. We may also offer places on AD programmes to equity candidates not meeting the admission requirements for regular programmes, whose NBT results indicate potential. i. Admission criteria for applicants holding the Senior Certificate (SC) 1. Admission to regular programmes Programme BCom Accounting BCom Information Systems BCom Economics – Philosophy Politics and Economics BCom Financial Accounting & Law BCom Economics & Law BCom Management studies BCom Economics & Finance BCom Economics & Statistics Minimum APS requirements for all applicants 49 49 Minimum Subject Requirements for SC applicants Maths D(HG)/ B(SG)** Maths D (HG) BBusSc Management Studies 52 Maths D (HG) Maths A (HG) BBusSc Actuarial English First 56 Science/Quantitative Finance Language C (HG) BCom Actuarial Science/Quantitative Finance 56 Maths A (HG) English First Language C (HG) 2. Admission to Academic Development Programmes All programmes other than Actuarial Science Minimum Subject Requirements • Maths HG (D) OR Maths SG (B) ** • English First Language HG (E) or English Second Language HG (C) 8

Actuarial Science Maths (HG) A English First Language (HG) D English Second Language HG (C) ** SC: In exceptional circumstances SG Mathematics may be considered subject to a pass with a B or above. It is recorded that in the past, the only exceptional circumstance that would qualify would be where an applicant into this programme attended a school which did not offer HG Mathematics as an option. ii. Admission criteria for applicants holding the National Senior Certificate (NSC) BCom (Accounting) Bcom (Information Systems) Bcom (Philosophy Politics& Economics) Bcom (Accounting and Law) Bcom (Economics and Law) Bcom (Economics and Finance) Bcom (Economics and Statistics) Bcom (Management Studies) BBusSc Management Studies programmes BBusSc Computer Science Programme Minimum requirements to be eligible for admission in 2012 (this will be determined by the size and the strength of the applicant pool). NSC English HL50% English FAL 60% Mathematics 60% APS of 390 (65% average) All 3 components of the NBT must be written AL & QL and Mathematics AL & QL score of Intermediate NSC English HL 50% English FAL 60% Mathematics 60% APS of 402 (67% average) All 3 components of the NBT must be written AL & QL and Mathematics AL & QL score of Intermediate NSC English HL 50% English FAL 60% Mathematics 70% APS of 402 (67% average) All 3 components of the NBT must be written AL & QL and Mathematics AL & QL score of Intermediate Probable/likely offer level (this will be determined by the size and the strength of the applicant pool). *Redress categories APS of 420 (70% average) Mathematics 70% NBT:AL & QL score of Intermediate Open/International category APS of 432(72% average) Mathematics 70% NBT:AL & QL scores of Proficient/ Intermediate *Redress categories APS of 438 (73% average) Mathematics 70% NBT:AL & QL score of Intermediate Open/International category APS of 450 (75% average) Mathematics 80% NBT:AL & QL score of Proficient/ Intermediate *Redress categories APS of 438(73% average) Mathematics 70% NBT:AL & QL score of Intermediate Open/International category APS of 450 (75% average) Mathematics 80% NBT:AL & QL score of Proficient/ Intermediate 9

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