Sol Plaatje University Opens Registration For 2022

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If you applied to study and have been accepted for admission at Sol Plaatje University then you will be glad to know that registrations for the 2022 academic year are currently open. First-time applicants and returning students can register for the new academic year. 


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Registrations for first-time entry students will run from 7 to 11 February 2022. The university has further stated that it will provide more detailed information about the registration process for this group of applicants.

Returning students, however, have until 18 February 2022 to submit their registration. Sol Plaatje University (SPU) has also stated that they will run Online registration for returning students in 2022 so that we can ensure there is student safety from possible Covid-19 infections. 

All returning students must register online (using their own devices) via the SPU ITS Student iEnabler System. Returning students can click here to access the university’s online registration guidelines.

Returning students have also been advised to refer to the financial consideration section on the university’s website before registering.

As it stands, Sol Plaatjie University does not allow walk-in applications and has stated that all registrations are provisional. 

 


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