Students in the Faculty of Humanities (both undergraduate and postgraduate) can come to Student Administration with their academic needs, starting on the day of their first registration, right through to the day they graduate.
Services rendered to students, broadly entail:
providing assistance during registration;
handling changes to and the cessation of modules;
handling any changes to a student’s administrative particulars, such as a change of address, matric symbols, etc.;
processing and announcing examination results, inter alia on the web and through the mail;
handling queries with regard to the yearbook and amendments to the Yearbook;
providing information on administrative matters;
providing assistance with graduation ceremonies.
Where to find us
North-western corner of the Information Technology Building (IT 2-9), right opposite the Humanities Building (just across the parking lot from the Client Service Centre).
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Walking the tightrope - 20/10/2014
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UP conducts validation trial for IDEXX’s new pregnancy test for cows - 17/10/2014
Improved pregnancy rates among cattle mean greater profitability for dairy and beef farmers. IDEXX, an international company dealing with diagnostic products in animal health, recently approached the University of Pretoria with a request to conduct a project to assist in devising reliable, cost-effective methods for diagnosing pregnancy in cattle. This led to the bovine pregnancy test validation trial, which is being conducted in the South African dairy industry.