Stellenbosch University Fees 2025/2026

Stellenbosch University Fees 2025/2026

Stellenbosch University Fees 2025/2026 – Study fees * estimated; subject to the approval of the budget by end of 2025.

These amounts are not applicable to international students, with the exception of international students with valid permanent residency in South Africa and international students with refugee status

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Below follows a representative sample of the University’s instructional programmes along with the estimated study fees of each, per annum, as applicable in 2020. These figures are simply meant as an estimate indication of the cost of study. For a more accurate indication of the cost, please compile a quote – see the link above the table below. 

Please note that study-related additional costs, known as Module costs and Program costs (materials and laboratory fees and travelling expenses), calculated according to the amounts of 2020 with the annual increase, are included in the amounts listed below; departments may alter these based on academic need.  Estimates for text books (enquire at the academic departments), membership dues for academic and registered societies (R20 – R5 671), PSO fees for private students (R371), House fees for students in residences (R638) and parking fees are excluded.

For more detailed information on study fees, consult the Calendar 2020, Part 3, Student Fees, which indicates the estimated cost of a selection of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

A copy of the Calendar 2020, Part  3, Student Fees​​ is available at the ​Enquiries Desk, Administration Building A, Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch, tel: +27 21 808-9111.

CourseEstimated amount in 2025 for 1st year of Undergraduate study (unless stated otherwise)
BAR43 343
​BA in Human Resource Management​R48 037
​BA in Development and EnvironmentR48 607​
BA (Law)R54 501
BA in Visual ArtsR43 734
​BA in Socio Informatics, Opt 2R42 771
​BA  in Sport ScienceR46 763​
BA in Drama and Theatre StudiesR44 448
B of Music (BMus)R48 915
​B in Social WorkR45 627
BEd (Intermediate Phase Education)
BEd (Foundation Phase Education)
R48 977
R45 737
BScR55 997
​BSc in Earth SciencesR60 256​
​BSc  in Human Life SciencesR56 801​
BSc AgricR48 862
​BScAgric in Grapevine and Wine SciencesR53 179
​BAgric in Agricultural Business ManagementR47 504​
BSc in Food ScienceR53 021
BSc in Forestry and Wood ScienceR47 986
​BTh (Bachelor of Theology – Youth Work)R45 106
BDiv (Bachelor of Divinity)R52 062
LLB (Undergraduate)R54 169
LLB (Postgraduate, 2nd B degree), 1st of 2-yrR49 490
LLB (Postgraduate, 2nd B degree), 1st of 3-yrR56 262
Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)R44 940
BCom (Actuarial Science)R69 076
BCom (Law)R57 293
​BCom (Industrial Psychology)R50 845​
​BCom (Mathematical Sciences)R51 127​
BAccR51 074
BAccLLBR60 139
Bachelor of Engineering (BEng)R64 974
BSc in PhysiotherapyR53 522
BSc in DieteticsR53 776
Bachelor of Occupational TherapyR55 484
B achelor in Speech-Language and
Hearing Therapy
R50 206
​​Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery​R48 706
MB ChB IR71 203
MB ChB IIR71 203
MB ChB IIIR71 203
MB ChB IVR71 203
MB ChB VR87 283
MB ChB VIR68 296