Apply Now for College or Varsity with referrals from CACH
If you are looking for a course to study at college or varsity the CACH can help by referring you to institutions that still have spaces available on their courses.
The CACH 2020 service can help you apply for college or varsity by referring you to instutions that still have spaces available.
The official online service for higher education, CACH is for courses at varsity or college. The Central Application Clearing House is called CACH and matches your marks from the exams with courses that still have places available.
The CACH is now open for 2020 so you contact them.
To contact them SMS your name, surname and ID number to 31629 and CACH will call you back.
You can also email you name, surname, cell number and ID number to email@example.com and the CACH will call you back.
It assists prospecting students by sharing their matric results with public and private further and higher education institutions across the country, including colleges (public and private), Technical and Vocational Training (TVET) colleges, universities, Setas and registered private higher institutions.
Institutions with open study places, technical training opportunities, or apprenticeship slots then make them available to the most suitable applicants on the CACH database.
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