How To Track University of Mpumalanga Application

Wednesday, 17 February, 2021 - 12:17
Sakinah Samuels

If you have applied to the University of Mpumalanga and you've been wondering how to track your application then keep reading. 

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Have you applied to study at the University of Mpumalanga and now you want to know where your application stands? Well, here's how to track your application.

UMP's Vice-Chancellor, Prof Thoko Mayekiso, states, "Our compelling strength is in our pioneering spirit, and willingness to ensure that our students are among the most sought after in their areas of expertise: notably Agriculture, Nature Conservation, Hospitality Management, Information, Communication and Technology. All of these are crucial for the development of the Province of Mpumalanga specifically, and the country generally and beyond."

How To Check Your Application Status

  1. Go to the Student Portal
  2. Fill in the required details in the fields
  3. Follow the prompts
  4. You should be able to view your status then

University of Mpumalanga is seen as a vital element of social, cultural and economical life. The University now offers 26 qualifications. 

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.

At UMP, they aim to develop the skills that the economy needs to grow, to diversify and to create jobs.

Visit the University of Mpumalanga website here.

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