This information for students that will like to apply for the University of Johannesburg, UJ Advance Diploma in Logistics. All aspirants of UJ can now proceed to obtain the University of Johannesburg, UJ Online Advanced Diploma in Logistics Application form for the 2020 intake. You will also get all the information you need to apply for admission successfully.
The management of the institution has announced to the general public and aspirants that the University of Johannesburg, UJ is offering an Advanced Diploma course in Logistics in the 2020/2021 academic session which will commence in June 2020. The University of Johannesburg AdvDip (Logistics) programme is to provide theoretical and practical knowledge to students in the field of logistics management. It is for students who are already middle managers, aspiring towards a middle manager so that they can apply the principles of logistics management in their working environment.
The AdvDip Logistics will make provision the development of knowledge and applied competence in procurement, project management, logistics research, global supply management, logistics processes and practices and quantitative techniques. research methodology, research project module and practical simulation module are included to enable students to apply their theoretical knowledge to current industry-related challenges. The programme is going to give students the opportunity to balance theory, research and practical application in their learning experience. The practical simulation module will be a customised module with gamification elements focusing on their skills to apply the theory.
All SCHOOL LEAVERS, NON-SCHOOL LEAVERS, and SPECIAL CASES can apply for admission.
THE UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG, UJ ONLINE APPLICATION PROCEDURE & ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
The current University of Johannesburg’s Admission and Selection Policy will be used to offer admission to students:
- An applicant must hold a relevant NQF Level 6 qualification with Logistics as the specialisation.
- Alternatively, an applicant must have completed the UJ bridging programme for entering the Advanced Diploma in Logistics.
All applicants must submit a certified copy of the following:
- A certified academic record and a certified copy of the highest qualification obtained.
- An updated and detailed CV.
- Proof of work experience.
To complete this course, the following skills are recommended:
Basic computer skills:
- Be able to operate your computer and perform common tasks.
- Email and file management (access, create, edit, save, upload and download documents).
- Be able to use a word processing program to create and edit documents.
- Basic web-browsing skills.
- Laptop or PC
- A high-speed internet connection (3G, 4G, LTE, ADSL or Fibre)
- E-book storage and reading
- Access to social networking
- The study notes storage and reading (PDF, MS Office)
- Audio storage and playback
- Audio recording
- Video storage and playback
- Video recording
- Web browsing
- Document creation
All applicants are required to use the Regional Maritime University [RMU] online application portal.
The UJ online programmes are made affordable and time-saving when compared to other formats. UJ online course tuition is calculated per seven-week module. You are to pay on the online student portal before the payment deadline.
- Number of modules: 8
- Programme credits: 128
- Fees per programme credit: R311
- Total tuition fees: ±R39 760**
The Applied Financial Mathematics module includes an exemption exam.
Fees quoted are 2020 fees, it might increase annually.
If the exemption exam is passed the module will be exempted on the academic record.
Important: total tuition fees due to the module should be paid in full before registration will be allowed.
- Credit card – recommended payment option
- Credit card (e-payments) will reflect on your UJ student account immediately.
For online e-payments please use the following link:
Make sure your names and student number are written in block letters on the deposit slip clearly if you will be paying through an FBN branch.
Please file the deposit documentation in a safe place.
Any student that has the problem of payment not reflecting on their UJ student account can email [email protected] to submit an enquiry with your student number as the email subject.
How To Pay
- Visit any FNB branch to make a payment into the UJ Tuition Fee account.
- The teller should select the UJ tuition Fee account for the payment.
- Use your valid UJ student number as the reference.
Electronic fund transfers (EFT)
EFTs should be done 72 hours before the registration closes to ensure that the payment reflects on your UJ student account. EFTs made from outside the country’s borders may take longer, foreign students are therefore advised to make payment at least ten days before the registration closes.
The ‘UJ FNB Tuition Fee’ account is available as a predefined beneficiary on the electronic platforms of all the major South African banks. Search for the predefined beneficiaries on your own electronic banking platform.
- Select UJ FNB Tuition Fee account and save that as a beneficiary to make payment.
- Use your valid UJ student number as a reference.
ATM payments will reflect on your UJ student account within 15 minutes. You can use any FNB ATM that can accept cash.
- Select the cardless services option on the ATM.
- Deposit the cash.
- FNB Recipient Name – key in UJ and then space.
- Select the UJ Tuition Fee account.
- Debit cards (cards requiring a pin for the processing of your payment) cannot be used for online payments.
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