How To Track Your Rhodes University Application

Tuesday, 16 February, 2021 - 12:43
Sakinah Samuels

Applying to universities will find some students asking questions and needing guidance. Now that you've submitted your Rhodes University application for 2021, you might need some help. Here's some guidance on how to track your applications after you've submitted it.


If you've sent in your application to study at Rhodes University (RU) and you want to know which stage it's at, you will then need to track it.

Rhodes is part of a small group of research-intensive universities in South Africa, and significantly, the only research-intensive university located outside a major urban area.  This positioning has enormous implications for students' learning experience, with many undergraduate courses' curriculum comprising of 'service-learning' where students use their knowledge to engage with local communities through various projects.

If you've finished your application and received confirmation from the University that they've received it, then you're going to want to keep updated with where and how far your application is. The way to do that is to track your application. 

How To Check Your Rhodes Application Status

  1. Go to
  2. Click on 'Admission'
  3. Fill in the required fields
  4. Click 'Login'
  5. You will then be able to view your application status

You will need to use your credentials supplied to you in the email you received after completing your application.

The general formative degrees offered at Rhodes provides students with in-depth knowledge and skills across two disciplinary areas. This allows students to work across a wide range of careers.

Visit the Rhodes University website for more information on RU.

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