The Walter Sisulu University, WSU 2023 Academic Registration – wsu.ac.za | Online Registration Cycle for 2023 Academic Year is now open. Both prospective and returning students are invited to commence with their registration activities.
Students Must Follow the Following Steps to Be Able to Register Online
- You must first be admitted to a qualification
- Confirm your admission status on the website using this link http://status.wsu.ac.za/status/statuscheck.php
Student number and PIN:
- You must have a valid student number and an activated PIN to be able to login on the online system.
- Forgot your pin or requesting a new pin? Click on link and pin shall be sent to your email address: https://status.wsu.ac.za/reset/index.php
Follow the voice note guideline to register online
It remains the student’s responsibility to ensure that:
- They have registered for the correct qualification
- They have selected and registered the correct subjects/ modules
- They have the correct proof of registration
- They have a valid student card for the current year
All international students must comply with the legislation of the South African Home Affairs Department.
Compulsory pre-registration clearance
- A valid passport.
- A valid study visa endorsed specifically for WSU.
- Proof of medical aid cover, registered and administered in South Africa to cover the duration of your study period.
- A valid asylum seeker permit, refugee identity document or permanent residence permit.
- Upfront payment of the tuition fees.
The International students’ clearance is administered through the Community Engagement and Internationalization Directorate. All queries should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
How To Pay WSU Registration Fee?
Payment mechanisms are as follows:
Where the correct reference number and the designated banking account has been used, and payment is from FNB account or a cash deposit, financial clearance will be processed within an hour. Payments from another bank may take up to 48 hours to verify. Payments from other banks should be made at least two days prior to registration to avoid delays. Payments by foreign students must be made in Rand and deposited into the University Bank Account. Provision should be made for bank costs – obtain guidance from enquiries.
The University no longer accepts any cash payments at the cashier’s windows (for security reasons). Students are therefore requested not to attempt to make cash payments. Please note that no cash should be paid to any University official. The University will not be held liable for any loss as a result of cash paid to University officials in contravention of this notice.
Bank Deposits and Electronic Funds Transfer:
Fees should be paid directly into the University bank account either by cash deposit or electronic funds transfer (EFT).
The banking details to be used are:
Account name: WSU Student Fees Account
Account type: Current
Account No. 52640012812
Branch code: 210521
Recipient ref: (Student number) – no spaces or extra characters
Failure to use the correct reference or making deposits into other University banking accounts will cause delays in the verification of payments made, and consequently cause delays with financial clearance.
In the event that a student has made a payment with an incorrect reference or into the incorrect bank account, students are required to send proof of payment / deposit slips and student number to email@example.com.
Proof of Payment
The University does not accept proof of payments (bank deposit slips and ATM deposit slips) for financial clearance purposes to prevent fraud. Proof of payment should be retained and may need to be used to verify receipt of funds if the designated bank account or a correct reference was not used. Financial clearance will only be processed when the University has verified payments made.
Cheque, Credit Card Payments, Postal Orders and Telegraphic Postal Orders
Cheque Payments, Postal Orders and Telegraphic Postal Orders are no longer accepted as a payment method. No credit card payments will be accepted due to the need to observe social distancing.