WSU online Registration 2023-2024
WSU online Registration 2023-2024
Walter Sisulu University (WSU) was established on 1 July, 2005 in terms of the Higher Education Act No. 101 of 1997, as amended.
The new university was named in honour of an icon of the South African liberation struggle, the late Walter Max Ulyate Sisulu who was a close comrade of Nelson Mandela.
In October 2011, WSU was placed under administration at the request of the Council, Management and WSU stakeholders.
This period of Administration ended on 30 April 2014. During the past two and a half years, many new systems and processes have been implemented to stabilise the university and re-position the institution on a new trajectory.
WSU is undergoing a significant turnaround strategy to improve infrastructure, to review the academic enterprise, ICT infrastructure, financial sustainability and human resources.
A new institutional statute was gazetted on 17 January 2014 and in May 2014, a new council took over from the former administrator Professor Lourens van Staden.
Walter Sisulu University (WSU) will be a leading African comprehensive university focusing on innovative educational, research and community partnership programmes that are responsive to local, regional, national development priorities, and cognisant of continental and international imperatives.
- Buffalo City Campus
- Chiselhurst, Room FF4
- College Street, Room B7
- Potsdam Room C9 and C10
- Ibika, Rooms AG07; AG14; EG18 and D40
- Whittlesea, Lab C25 and Lab D14
- Nelson Mandela Drive, Zamulungisa Sasol library lab, CLTD lab
WSU online Registration
Registrations for the 2023 academic year are now open at Walter Sisulu University (WSU). Registrations must be done using the online student portal.
Students must follow the following steps to be able to register online:
- The student must be admitted to a qualification and confirm their admission status on the WSU website
You must then log in to the online system
- using your student number
- Select “Rules and Regulations” on the left.
- Read the document and take note of the contents thereof. If you agree to the rules and regulations, click on the “I accept” button at the bottom of the page.
- Select “Submit Registration” on the left.
- Select your employment status in the drop-down list in the field “Employment Status”.
- Click on “Save and Continue”.
- Select your subjects/ modules by ticking the box next to each subject/ module.
- Ensure you select all the relevant subjects/ modules
- Note that you may not register for subjects/ modules where the prerequisites have not been met. These subjects/ modules will be indicated with the X button. Click on “Save and Continue”.
- Click on “Save and Continue” if you are absolutely sure that you have selected the correct subjects/ modules, offering types and periods of study.
- Click on the “I Accept Registration” button to finalize the registration process.
- Click on “Proof of Registration” to print your proof of registration.
- Collect your Proof of Registration and check that you are registered for the correct subjects/ modules. If not, seek help before you proceed to the next step.
Certified copies of the following documents must be uploaded/ submitted on the day of registration:
- Copy of bar-coded identity document or ID card or passport
- Copy of Grade 12 NSC final results or equivalent (for first year)
- Copy of degree certificate (if applicable)
- Copy of academic record (if applicable)
- Copy of Certificate of Conduct from previous institution (if applicable)
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