What does matriculation exemption mean?

A matriculation exemption is a legal requirement for the first-degree study at a South African university. Students who did not pass Senior Certificate with endorsement are required by law to apply for a matriculation exemption through the Matriculation Board.

How do you qualify for matric exemption?

How Do I Apply For a Matric Exemption Certificate?

  1. Mature age which is offered to 23-year-old students and lasts for the full-time duration of study plus two years.
  2. Foreign conditional which lasts for the full-time duration of study plus two years.

What is the meaning of grade 12 exempt?

Matric exemption is the top achievement you can get when you pass matric (grade 12). It means you have the appropriate grades to study a bachelor’s degree. Sometimes, people call matric exemption a bachelor’s degree pass since it gives you access to studying a degree.

How do I get a matric exemption in South Africa?

You can obtain the application form through the following ways:

  1. Contact Admissions Offices of universities.
  2. Download the form from the Universities South Africa website.
  3. Request the form via email to [email protected].
  4. Request the form to be faxed to you.

What is matriculation status?

Matriculated status means the student is admitted as a recognized candidate for an appropriate degree, diploma, or certificate at an eligible institution of post-secondary education.

Who qualifies for mature age exemption?

Candidates who do not meet the Bachelors requirements and who will be turning 23 years or above in their first year of registration may be considered provided that: They have passed two languages with E symbol. They have passed other two content subjects with E symbol.

What is the process of matriculation?

Matriculation is the formal process of entering a university as a candidate for a degree, or of becoming eligible to enter by fulfilling certain academic requirements such as a formal examination. Internally, this occasion is often marked by a formal ceremony.

What matriculation means?

Matriculation is the process of getting admission to a new class, school or college after qualifying a written exam. In India, this term refers to the year of 10th class. The students must have the requisite academic qualifications to get admission in matriculation.

What does no exemption mean?

used to describe something that has to be done, paid, etc. because it is not one of the situations where a particular rule or law does not have to be obeyed: People going bankrupt sometimes try to prevent non-exempt assets being taken from them.

Can you study nursing without matric?

Studying nursing without matric is very difficult. If you wish to study at a university it requires matric but, if you take a health course through a TVET college it will equipped with the skills to do nursing. This however requires Grade 9.