COVID Level 4 Lockdown Communication - 9 July

Dear Students,

Belgium Campus iTversity is committed to ensuring that the academic year is not interrupted and that all students are up to date with their studies.

To achieve that, the following arrangements have been made under the current Lockdown Level-4 rules and regulations:

  • Classes will be fully online until 31 July 2021 regardless of what is announced during the upcoming Presidential Address. Students who started modules already will complete these modules online.
  • Students should take note of their online schedules, which will be made available over the weekend, to see which online classes they will attend.
  • Belgium Campus facilities are available for use by those identified as at-risk students (Deaf students, Diploma students, students without necessary infrastructure to attend online – poor internet connection, noisy study environment)
  • All students who will be attending on campus should bring their own earphones.
  • Campus classes to be utilised:
    • Tshwane:
      • Beta
      • Lambda
      • Sigma
      • Library
    • Kempton Park:
      • Alpha
      • Delta
      • Omega
    • Nelson Mandela Bay:
      • Beta (AM)
      • Gamma (PM)
  •  Online class requirements:
Minimum requirements Suggested requirements
Intel Core i3 or equivalent
Intel Core i5 or equivalent
256 GB HDD
512 GB SSD
Operating systems:
Windows 10
Webcam and microphone
Webcam, microphone, headset
Internet connection:
1 Mbps upload and download speed
2 Mbps upload and download speed
100 GB/month exclusive for classes
  • The cafeteria will only serve takeaways during this period – Students must ensure that they arrive on time to collect their meals.
  • Students must always use their student cards at the main security gate RFID scanner and will not be allowed access to the campus without one.
  • COVID-19 rules and regulations as implemented will continue to be followed to ensure that we as a community do everything possible to curb the spread of the virus.
    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If neither soap nor water is available, use an alcohol-based sanitiser.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
    • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
    • Cover your cough or sneeze with a flexed elbow or tissue, then throw the tissue in the bin.
    • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
    • COVID-19 symptoms and flu symptoms are quite similar, so please take extra precaution and consult a doctor as soon as you develop symptoms.
  • Student residence is open at both Tshwane and Nelson Mandela Bay campuses
  • Consultation sessions with lecturers are still available to students (Click Here for The consultation sessions and student tutors)

We strive to provide all students with an opportunity to continue learning with little or no difficulty given the current circumstances. If you require further information and/or clarification, do not hesitate to send us an email at or give us a call on 010 593 5368.

Yours sincerely,
The Belgium Campus iTversity team