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University of Johannesburg UJ Banking Details

University of Johannesburg UJ Banking Details

To make a payment to the University of Johannesburg (UJ), you can use one of the following methods:

1. Payment for Cash Paying Students:

Account Name: UJ Tuition Fee

Bank: First National Bank (FNB)

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Account Type: Cheque

Account Number: 62 615 873 199

Branch Code: 210 554

Reference: Use your Student Number Only

2. Card Payment:

You can make a card payment by visiting uLink – Login

3. Electronic Banking for Students with a Valid UJ Student Number:

Use the predefined beneficiary option on your electronic banking platform.

For Different Banks:

Capitec: Search “University of Johannesburg – Student Number”

Standard Bank: Search “University of Johannesburg”

FNB: Search “UJ Tuition Fees (fnb)”

Nedbank: Search “UJ Tuition Fee”

ABSA: Search “UJ FNB TUITION FEE ACCOUNT”

Important: Use your valid UJ student number as the reference.

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4. Payment at any FNB Branch:

Go to any FNB branch.

Request the teller to select the UJ tuition fees account for payment.

Use your valid UJ student number as the reference.

5. Payment using FNB Cash Accepting ATM:

Use any FNB cash accepting ATM.

Choose cardless services.

Select “Deposit Cash”.

On the Recipient Name option, key in “UJ” and select “UJ tuition fees account”.

6. For Students without a Valid UJ Student Number (but with a Valid SA ID or Passport Number):

FNB UJ Bursary Account Details:

Account Number: 626 158 73280

Branch Name: FNB Client Services Branch

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Branch Code: 210 – 554

Beneficiary Name: Search for “UJ BURSARY ACCOUNT”

Remember to always use the correct reference number (your student number or ID/Passport number, as applicable) to ensure that your payment is correctly allocated to your account at UJ.

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