It’s that time of the year again - where you have “suss” out which tertiary institutions have viable options for your near future education goals. There’s lots to think about and even more to get done, like how many NCV4 marks you need to enter tertiary education, and then getting your application in on time.
You also need to be aware of when applications are closing so that you don’t miss your deadlines!
So we’ve summed up a few institutions that are currently open for applications, along with their closing dates:
The University of Johannesburg 2019 undergraduate applications close on the 28th September 2018, and postgraduate studies close on 1 October 2018
Wits University 2019 online applications close on the 30th September 2018, excluding the Faculty of Health Science, which has already closed
UNISA admission applications for undergraduate, honours degrees, and postgraduate diplomas for 2019 are open till 28 September 2018
Vaal University of Technology (VUT) 2019 online applications are currently open, and their closing date is yet to be confirmed
Tshwane University of Technology online applications for 2019 are currently open, and will close on the 28th September 2018. Applications for selection programmes and international applications have been closed already
Rhodes University undergraduate and postgraduate online applications are currently open, and will close on the 30th September 2018
The University of Pretoria 2019 online applications for all faculties close on the 30th September, however the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, Health Sciences and Architecture has already closed
University of Kwa-Zulu Natal online applications will also close on 30 September 2018 for all programmes excluding medical programmes
The University of the Western Cape online applications are currently open and will be closed on the 30th September 2018, while applicants of Bachelor of Dental Surgery will close earlier on 31 August 2018.
Please note that all the above mentioned application deadlines may be extended. To find out more information about your institution of choice, contact the relevant university student centre or faculty department.