How To Track Your UFS Application?
Are you interested in studying in the Free State? Well, keep on reading to find out how to track your University of the Free State application.
The University of the Free State is over 115 years old and is housed at three campuses in the province, namely Bloemfontein, Qwaqwa, and South Campus.
UFS has more than 40 000 students studying courses offered by the university's 114 different departments.
There are seven different faculties, which include the following:
- Economic and Management Sciences
- Health Sciences
- Natural and Agricultural Sciences
- Theology and Religion
UFS is also strong in sport with 22 different sports available for students.
Once you have applied to study at the university, you may check your application status by following these steps:
- Contact the Application Helpdesk agents via this number: 051 401 9666.
- Or email the Application Helpdesk via this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Application Helpdesk will assist you with the application process. You may contact them for information on any study programme’s admission requirements, assistance to complete your application forms (online or hard copy) and tracking the status of your application.
If you have applied to study a programme in the Faculty of Health Sciences, contact Lydia du Toit: 051 401 7513 | email@example.com | Fax2email: +27 86 579 5154 or +27 86 6669 191.
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