UJ Open For Late Applications

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The University of Johannesburg is open for late applications from the 23rd of February. Please note - no walk-ins allowed - only online applications. 


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UJ has opened their online service for late applications. The late application service is only online and no walk-ins will be allowed.

The website does warn that the are currently experiencing a high volume of applicants trying to access the system.  The system might be slower than usual at times.  Thank you for your patience.

Welcome to UJ's late application enquiry system. Please note that there will be NO walks-ins allowed for late enquiries in February 2021.

UJ will be conducting a final selection process after the release of the grade 12 results and inform applicants within 5 working days officially via e-mail, and unoficially via sms, on the outcome of their application status.

Applicants are not required to visit any campus to confirm their final application status. If you have not received a sms/e-mail within 5 working days from the release of the final grade 12 results from UJ, then please click here to verify your application status or call the UJ Call Centre (011 559 4555) for more information.

 

CLICK HERE FOR THE UJ LATE APPLICATIONS PAGE


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