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Select from our diverse list of academic programmes to plan your educational journey. Search for academic programmes here.
We welcome applications from suitably-qualified persons who may wish to pursue Degree, Diploma, or Certificate Programmes from August 2013.
Once you have found a suitable programme, your admittance is subject to Programme-specific Admission Requirements as well as the University's General Admission Requirements.
For the 2013/2014 academic year, only applicants from Regions 1, 2, 7, 8, and 9 will be given the option to submit their applications 'On Line' or 'On Paper'. All other applicants must submit their applications online. Do not apply on-line and submit a paper application as well.
Applying OnlineFollow the links below to go to our Student Records Management System (SRMS) where you can:
|Apply to our Turkeyen Campus (main campus)||OR||Apply to our Berbice Campus|
Applicants using the on-line application option are exempted from paying the application fee. However, Prospective Guyanese Students will be required to pay the non-refundable processing fee of G$500 for each programme that is chosen. Prospective Foreign students will be required to pay the non-refundable processing fee of US$5.00 for each programme that is chosen. Applicants may apply for a maximum of three programmes, however this must be done as one submission, if applying online.
Applying On Paper - Only for applicants residing in indicated areas
Applications must be submitted on the prescribed forms which may be obtained from IDCE Centres in Regions 2, and 10, the Regional Administration Offices in Regions 1- Matthews Ridge, Mabaruma and Kaituma, Region 7 - Bartica & Kamarang, Region 8 - Mahadia & Paramakatoi and Region 9 - Lethem, Ishalton and Annai. When requesting application forms candidates must state the programme they wish to pursue in order to obtain the appropriate form.
If the period for applying for any programme is extended, a late fee of G$2000 for local applicants and US$20 for the foreign applicants will be charged for each application received after May 5, 2013. The total processing fee for late applicants will therefore be G$2,500 and US$25 respectively.
Register for your courses if you have been recently admitted or are a continuing student...
You can find all registration deadlines listed in the academic calendar
Registering OnlineIf you are new to our registration process, read detailed instructions about the Procedure for Registration
Follow the links below to go to our Student Records Management System (SRMS) where you can:
|Register at our Turkeyen Campus (main campus)||OR||Register at our Berbice Campus|
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Admission and Registration Guide
This comprehensive guide contains a collection of useful information related to admission and registration for new and continuing students. Students are encouraged to read this guide to ensure knowledge of their rights, the University procedures and individual obligations.
You can find all academic deadlines listed in the academic calendar
Tuition & Fees
All University of Guyana students are required to pay tuition fees. Payments must be made no later than the commencement date of the semester.
Please note that students who have not completed their registration including the payment of fees will not be allowed to write end-of-semester examinations.
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Guyanese students can choose either to pay by cash or by loan through through the Ministry of Finance Student Loan Scheme. Find out more about student loans.
Minimum Grade Point Average
All students beginning their Degree or Diploma or Certificate Programmes from academic year 2011/2012 are advised that they require a grade point average of not less than 2.0 in order to graduate.