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[Nº 72] Carta de G. W. Cox, de la Universidad de Sudáfrica, a Manuel J. Peláez

Pretoria, 26 de junio de 1981

Dear Mr. Peláez

Thank you for your letter of 30 May and your interest in our University .

You are kindly referred to the attached circular regarding the admissión of foreign students to studies for master’s and doctor’s degrees.

If you have completed theses for your master’s degrees, copies of the theses must accompany your application.

Students resident outside the Republic of South Africa must pay the full fees for the year concerned in advance. In this regard your attention is drawn to the fact that the registration fee has been increased to R45 and the tuition fees for a master’s degree to R225 and for a doctor’s degree to R270.

Apart from in the specific language courses, all other examinations are being conducted in either Afrikaans or English and, although you may apply for special permission to do the examinations in another language, my personal opinion is that your request will most probably not be granted as it will be extremely difficult to get examiners in South Africa who have sufficient knowledge of Italian or Spanish.

A copy of the calendar is being posted to you under separate cover by surface mail and, if you qualify for admission, a registration form will be forwarded to you.

Yours faithfully

G. W. Cox (firmado y rubricado)

While the University does have students from countries outside the borders of the Republic of South Africa who are registered for Master’s and Doctor’s degrees, it does not encourage them to register and admits them only in exceptional circumstances, particularly those from countries where there are ample educational opportunities.

Where written examinations are prescribed these may be written only at South African Embassies or approved examination centres. A thesis is prescribed for all doctor’s degrees and for practically all master’s degrees and a student’s application for admission will be considered anly if, inter alia, the following requirements can be complied with:

(a) the topic for his projected thesis is such that it can be supervised by a South African scholar;

(b) his academic record is satisfactory;

(c) communication between him and his promoter is possible;

(d) he is proficient in English or Afrikaans (unless Senate should waive this requirement);

(e) he submits full reasons why he cannot pursue his studies at a university in his own country;

(f) he gives an undertaking to come to Pretoria for an oral examination or examinations if required to do so. An oral test may be necessary to assess a student’s proficiency. In some cases oral examinations are prescribed. An oral defence of a completed thesis may also be required;

(g) he submits a statement from the university where he obtained the qualification upon which his application for admission at this University is based, that they would be prepared to admit him to the studies for the degree concerned should he apply for admission at that university.

If the abovementioned requirements can be complied with, official transcripts of a student’s academic qualifications and full particulars as to the content (syllabus) and duration of each course passed, must accompany his application for admission. A tentative title for his projected thesis and a preliminary scheme of work must also be submitted.

A prospective student’s attention is drawn to the fact that the possession of the prescribed qualifications and compliance with the abovementioned requirements do not necessarily imply that his candidature will be accepted and that it can take a considerable time before a final decision on his admission is taken due to all the requirements which have to be complied with.

Archivo del Grupo de Investigación de Historia de las Instituciones Jurídicas, de los Sistemas Políticos y de las Organizaciones Sociales de la Europa Mediterránea, L-20/81.

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