Congratulations! You have navigated successfully through the application process and now you can take your place within the GST/NWU community of students. Read the information below and should you need further clarification, please contact Tienie Buys or Peg Evans.
Instructions to registered students
STEP 1 : Confirming Registration
Registration with GST/NWU is confirmed in a Syllabus & Course Content document, which is sent to the student by Tienie Buys. It provides:
- the name and contact details of the appointed tutor (GST) and co-tutor (NWU).
- the academic qualifications of the tutor (GST) and co-tutor (NWU).
- the document clarifies the basic procedures for the specific degree program; and
- indicates the first steps to be taken in order to get started.
STEP 2 : Getting started
To meet the regulations and requirements of the university in terms of its procedures, the compilation of dissertations/theses and the conduct of tutors/students, each student is provided with the university’s guidance documents. These can be downloaded and retained in electronic form but hard copies will be mailed to the registered student by the GST Liaison Administrator.
- Procedures for the degree programme
- Compiling a dissertation/thesis – (see also pages 12 &13 of the Prospectus for further details)
- Conduct of tutor/student
- Referencing – Harvard Method
- Quoting Sources – NWU booklet
- Research Proposals (RP) – A Guide to Writing
- Research Methodology
All NWU’s Rules & Regulations can be accessed on the following website:
The appointed GST and NWU tutors will assist and supervise the individual students allocated to them throughout the degree programme. Tutors can be contacted by E-mail for the purposes of submission of work and any queries arising from the subsequent tutor-reports.
Student status, progress and welfare are monitored throughout the degree programme by the GST Liaison Administrators, who are pleased to help any individual student in need of information and/or guidance.
STEP 3: Submission
Three months notice of intended submission is required (see form 2011_AE below) from the student and permission to submit must first be granted to the student by both tutors.
The Solemn Declaration Form must be validated as indicated and submitted to the Liaison Administrators with the electronic version of the thesis/dissertation.
|Download as Word doc||Download as PDF|
|Binding format for BA Honors degree in Theology||Click here||Click here|
|Binding format Masters & Doctoral degree in Theology||Click here||Click here|
|CV for Convocation programme||Click here||Click here|
|Notice of Submission Form 2011_AE||Click here||Click here|
|SOLEMN DECLARATION||Click here||Click here|
See separate page for Convocation details