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A warm welcome to all international students who are newcomers to the University of Pretoria.

The International Students Division (ISD) will ensure that your alliance with UP is a positive experience. You are embarking on an exciting academic journey and we pride ourselves on being the “home away from home” for all our international students. Undergraduates, Exchange Students, Study Abroad Students and Elective Students can be assured of our support at all times.

South Africa is a great tourist attraction, with intriguing monuments in almost every province. The beautiful capital of South Africa is home to the University of Pretoria. With the nickname Tuks, this is not only a university that is full of fun and interesting people from all over the country, it is also the home of great opportunities and a place where thousands of great careers were developed.
International students who want to obtain postgraduate degrees in the beautiful South Africa should not overlook this fantastic learning environment in the intimate city of Pretoria. Contact us for more information

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