2022 Registrations Now Open At Nelson Mandela University

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If you have applied to study at Nelson Mandela University and meet all the requirements you’ll be glad to know that registrations are now open for 2022.


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Nelson Mandela University (NMU) has opened its registrations for the 2022 academic year on 11 January 2022 and will conclude the process on 13 February 2022. 

The university has also stated that all registrations will be done online so students can register from anywhere by logging on to the Student Portal or the NMU website https://www.mandela.ac.za/Registration

The university has also stated that it will hold Assisted registration sessions for first-year students which will take place on campus from 31 January. Students can also refer to the First Year Registration Guide for dates and times for the specific programme

Late registrations will close on Friday 4 March 2022. For students who may need assistance with their registration, NMU has provided an online registration guide which they can access by clicking here.

Click here to visit Nelson Mandela University's website. 


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