Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU)

About

Welcome to the Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU) institution page! In 2011, the Health Science faculty (Medunsa) separated from the University of Limpopo’s main campus. This is when Sefako Makgatho began. It first opened its doors in 2015. It is located next to the Dr George Mukhari Academic Hospital.

APPLICATION CLOSING DATES

  • 28 July 2023 (undergraduate programmes)
  • 29 September 2023 (postgraduate programmes)

APPLICATION FEES

  • R200 

Do I Need to Write the NBTs? → Yes

 

Remember to: Calculate your APS

Qualification Cost Range per Annum

Tuition costs at SMU range anywhere from R30 000 to R70 000.

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HOW TO APPLY

Step 1:  Visit the Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University website and click on Apply.

SMU has 2 methods for applying:

  • Apply online or
  • Apply manually – a hardcopy application.  This means that you need to download the application form, complete it and then post it with the necessary documents.

You can post your applications to:

The Registrar
Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU)
P.O. Box 60
Medunsa
0204

Step 2:  Complete your application form in full.

Step 3: Attach/upload all supporting documents.

Step 4: Apply for residence if you need student accommodation.

Please note: on page 5 of the application form, you will find an option to apply for residence.

Remember you’ll need an email address.  Don’t have one?  Get an email address here.

CONTACT DETAILS

Have questions about your application?
Tel:
(012) 521-4111
Email: enquiries@smu.ac.za

Need to find the institution?

Physical Address:Molotlegi Street
Ga-Rankuwa Zone 1
Pretoria
0208

QUALIFICATIONS ON OFFER

The University offers a wide variety of under- and post-graduate qualifications that fit into the following faculties:

  • Health Care Sciences
  • Medicine
  • Oral Health Sciences
  • Pharmacy
  • Science and Technology

View the SMU prospectus.

Don’t meet the minimum requirements? There’s still hope!