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MPHIL BIOMEDICAL FORENSIC SCIENCE
Requirements
BSc (Hons) degree in a biology related field (Biochemistry, Chemistry, Microbiology, Biology, Physical Anthropology, Human Genetics). Alternatively, an approved 4- years BSc degree (or equivalent) or expert in field (Recognition of prior learning - RPL) are also accepted.

PROCESS OF APPLICATION
All applications to the Division of Forensic Medicine have to be submitted electronically via the UCT website
Visit: http://www.uct.ac.za/apply/applications/forms/ 

Click on ‘apply online’
Either create a new account or login using your existing login details
Fill in the forms accordingly
Select the degree to which you are applying
Attach any supporting documents (academic transcript, curriculum vitae, covering letter)
Submit your application once complete
Retain the email that is sent to you with your automatically generated student number and password (You will need this password to log in)

FEES AND FUNDING
The Division of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology does not offer any funding or financial aid for students - this must be sourced independently by students. 
For information on fees, visit: http://www.students.uct.ac.za/students/fees-funding/fees/handbook 
For postgraduate funding opportunities, visit: http://www.uct.ac.za/apply/funding/postgraduate/applications/ 

FOREIGN AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
Students who obtained a degree from a foreign university are responsible for evaluating the South African equivalent of their degree using SAQA (http://www.saqa.org.za/). The certificate must be sent with the application.
International students should visit: http://www.iapo.uct.ac.za/apply/studyincapetown and follow the links down the right side of the webpage. Important links to read are:

•             International Academic Programmes Office (IAPO)
•             New Immigration Regulations
•             Pre-Registration Process Overview

 

 

 

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