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Department of Finance

Welcome to the Finance Department

The Finance Department is composed of the following divisions and subdivisions: 


Telephone nr

·         Asset Control and Insurance Management

012 420 2731

·         Budget Control

012 420 3716

·         Budget Planning

012 420 6525

·         Creditors Administration

012 420 3357 / 3006

·         Debtors Administration (excluding student debtors)

012 420 4217

·         Financial Administration of Residences (Hostels) 

012 420 2104 

·         Investment Management

012 420 4633

·         Ledger Administration and System Management

012 420 5254

·         Salary Administration

012 420 2050

·         Student Accounts

·         - Legal Collections
- Loan Administration

012 420 3111
012 420 4059
012 420 4060

·         Student Debtors

012 420 3111

·         Study Finance 

012 420 3111

The department serves some 50 000 students (tuition and residence accounts) and approximately 6 000 full-time and part-time members of staff (salaries and tax administration).

In addition, the Finance Department maintains contact with some 7 000 service providers (creditors) who deliver goods and services to the University. The department also has regular contact with approximately 700 debtors who, in some way or another, make use of the University’s academic and research expertise, hospitals, clinics and research facilities.




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