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Where to Study Optometry in South Africa

Where to Study Optometry in South Africa

 

What is called optometry?

Optometry is a branch of health care that focuses on examining the eye and the treating of eye conditions or abnormalities.

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Where to study optometry in South Africa?

1. Cape Peninsula

2. University of Technology.

3. University of KwaZulu-Natal.

4. University of Johannesburg.

5. University of Limpopo.

6. University of the Free State.

How can I become an Optometrist in South Africa?

You must pursue a Bachelor of Science Degree in Optometry and register with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA).

 

What are the entrance requirements for studying Optometry in South Africa?

1. A valid National Senior Certificate of grade 10 with subjects in English, Mathematics, Physical Sciences or Life Sciences

2. An Admission Point Score (APS) of 31

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How many years does it take to study Optometry in South Africa?

Bachelor’s degree in Optometry is a four year fulltime program.

How much does it cost to study optometry in South Africa?

Citizens of South Africa can expect to pay from $20,000-$29,100 per year whiles foreign nationals can expect to pay $80,000- $116,400 per year.

How much does it cost to study optometry at UJ?

The tuition fee required to study optometry for 4 years at University of Johannesburg is €5,944 per year.

How much do eye doctors earn in South Africa?

The average salary of optometrist in South Africa is R330 000 per year/ R 74 029 per month/R169 per hour.

How many optometrists are there in South Africa?

The Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) has disclosed that there are 3697 registered optometrists.

Is an optometrist a medical doctor in South Africa?

Optometrists receive a doctor of optometry (OD) degree upon graduation but are not medical doctors.

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