SMU Nursing School Fees 2023 for diplomas certificate, post basic and short learning programmes students.
The official Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU) Nursing School fees for the 2023/2024 academic session.
Please understand that the official Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU) Nursing School fee structure is subject to change without prior notice.
Fees include all the amounts that are payable in order for you to study and graduate on time. It is important for all students to note that tuition fees differ between the program at Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU) Nursing School.
SMU Nursing School Fees Structure
Below is the breakdown of the Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU) Nursing School fees.
N/B: At the time of publishing this post, the official Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU) Nursing School fees and banking details are yet to be released online. Please kindly check this page for Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU) Nursing School fee updates.
- Post Graduate – R6000 Per Annum
- 4 Year Diploma – R6000 Per Annum
- Bridging Programme for Enrolled Nurses
- 1st Year R3000
- 2nd Year R4000
Post Registration Programmes:
- 1 Year Diploma in Midwifery – R6000 Per Annum
- 1 Year Diploma in Community Nursing Science – R3000 Per Annum
Enrollment Programmes (Certificate Courses):
- Enrolled Nursing Auxiliary – R 3000 Per Annum
- Enrolled Nursing –
- 1st Year R3000
- 2nd Year R4000
- Diploma in Nursing (General. Community, Psychiatry) and Midwifery: Four Years: R425
- Diploma in General Nursing Science (bridging Course): Two Years: R683
- Diploma in One Year Midwifery: One Year: R254
- Enrolled Nursing (EN): Two Years: R2175
- Enrolled Nursing Auxiliary (ENA): One Year: R2176
Short Learning Programmes:
- Anesthesiology for all categories of nurses (4 weeks)
- Primary Health Care (6 weeks)
- HIV/AIDS and TB Management Certificate (8 weeks)
The information below applies to all other payments to SANC, and specifically to making payments into SANC’s bank account. SANC encourages all clients to make use of its reference deposit bank account for all payments as the most cost and time-effective method of making such payments.
SANC Reference Deposit Bank Account Details
The South African Nursing Council (SANC) prefers all payments to be made into its Reference Deposit Bank Account. This account has been specially set up so that the details of the payer and the purpose for which the payment is made can be captured by the bank – which will significantly speed up the time taken to process payments.
The SANC’s Reference Deposit Bank Account details are as follows:
Council Bank Details:
|Bank Name:||First National Bank|
|Branch Name:||Corporate Core Banking – Pretoria|
|Account Name:||S A Nursing Council No 2 Account|
|Account Number:||514 211 86 193|
While payments into this account can be made in person at any branch of FNB (First National Bank), electronic means such as Internet banking, cell phone banking, and ATM payments can also be used. Some of these require that a payment beneficiary be set up on your bank/card account. Please consult your own bank if you need any assistance in setting up a beneficiary.
Standard Bank clients should please select the option for paying a business account. When asked to enter the name of the beneficiary, you should enter ‘S A Nursing Council’ – please note the SPACE between the ‘S’ and the ‘A’ otherwise you will not see SANC’s details listed.
The special feature of this reference deposit account is that it has the ability to capture the payers’ account number and a payment type code in the Reference details. This information is verified (for correct format) if paying at any FNB branch or when using FNB online banking. Standard Bank’s system will insist on and only permit the account number to be captured.
For all other methods of electronic payments, it is up to the person making the payment to ensure that the correct information is provided.
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