How To Track Your Stellenbosch University Application

Tuesday, 16 February, 2021 - 12:58
Sakinah Samuels

Have you submitted your 2021 application to Stellenbosch University and you now want to track your application? Here's how.

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If you have applied to the Stellenbosch University and you're awaiting a response for admission, here's how to track your application status.

Stellenbosch University is amongst South Africa's leading tertiary institutions based on research output, student pass rates and rated scientists, and is recognised internationally as an academic institution of excellence. SU is in the top three universities of South Africa as well as in the top 300 of Universities worldwide. 

Not only will attending Stellenbosch University afford you with high quality education and resources, but it also has a picturesque and vibrant setting. Student culture is important at Stellenbosch where they aim to deliver vibrant student communities. SU is known as a residential campus with an active residential life, which makes residence placement sough-after among students. 

How To Check Your SU Application Status

  1. Go to https://sso-legacy.sun.ac.za/cas/login?service=https://web-apps.sun.ac.za/student-application-status/shiro-cas
  2. Fill in the required fields
  3. Click 'Sign In'
  4. You will now be able to view your application status

If you forgot your username or pin, you should then send an email to info@sun.ac.za

SU's graduates are sough-after in the workplace. However, the University also aims to deliver engaged citizens and responsible leaders, who are willing to use their expertise and skills to serve society.

Visit SU's website for more information on Stellenbosch University.

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