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Univeristy Of Mpumalanga Is Still Accepting Applications For 2020

The University of Mpumalanga, a comprehensive university, was formally and legally promulgated through the publication of Government Notice (No. 36772) on 22 August 2013 and launched on the 31st of October 2013. The Interim Council appointed the Strategic Management Team which managed the day to day operations of the university.

Univeristy Of Mpumalanga Is Still Accepting Applications For 2020 For The Following Courses

The following programmes are still available to apply at UM - Updated 22nd January 2020:

  • Bachelor of Administration ( Min APS 32, English 4, second language 4 , Maths Lit 3, if a student wants to take Economics, they must pass Mathematics with 4)
  • Bachelor Commerce (Min APS 32, English 4, second language 4, Mathematics with 4, having commerce subjects is beneficial but not a requirement)
  • Bachelor of Science degree ( Min APS 32, English 4, Mathematics 4 OR Maths Lit 6)
  • Diploma in Information Communication Technology in Applications Development (Min APS 26, English 4, Mathematics with 4)
  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences ( Min APS 32 , English 4, Mathematics 4 or Maths Lit 6 , rating of at least 4 (50-59%) for two of Life Science, Physical Science or Geography)
  • Bachelor of Sciences in Agriculture (Min APS 30 with Mathematics / 32 with Math Lit, English 4, Maths Lit 6, Mathematics with 4, Life Science 4 )
  • Diploma in Animal Production (Min 26 APS, English 4, Mathematics 3 or 4 Maths Lit, Life Sciences or Agriculture at level 4 )
  • Bachelor of Agricultural Extension and Rural Resources Management (Min APS 28 with Mathematics / 30 with Math Lit, English 4, Maths Lit 6, Mathematics with 4, Life Science 4 or Physical Science 4 or any Agricultural subject at level 4)

 

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