Stellenbosch University Opens 2024 Applications


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Applications to study at Stellenbosch University in 2024 are now open. Stellenbosch is an internationally recognised tertiary institution for academics, and is one of the leading tertiary institutions in South Africa.


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Stellenbosch University is now taking applications from prospective students for the 2024 academic year. Applications close on 31 July.

You will be able to apply to be considered for up to three programmes from any faculty and you will be considered for all three of these programmes.

How To Apply

  1. Go to the Stellenbosch University website
  2. Click on 'Students' and then click on 'Prospective under graduate students' (if postgrad, click the postgrad option)
  3. Click on 'Apply' and then click on 'Apply at SU'
  4. Click on the bubble next to 'New Application'
  5. Fill in the required information
  6. Submit the CAPTCHA
  7. Click on 'create'
  8. Submit the required documents

If you qualify for the programmes you applied for, you might be receiving multiple offers. You should then accept one of the offers by the closing date indicated in the offer letter.

If two of the programmes you have selected have extensive selection processes, you should choose a third programme that does not have extensive selection processes to improve your chances of receiving an offer.

How To Track Your Application

  1. Go to the Stellenbosch University website
  2. Click on 'Students' and then click on 'Prospective under graduate students' (if postgrad, click the postgrad option)
  3. Click on 'Apply' and then click on 'Applicant portal'
  4. Log in with the account details you created
  5. You will now be able to track your application

Stellenbosch University will send you an email every time your application status changes.

When you first receive a conditional or final offer, and you decide to accept that offer, you must submit a signed Student Contract. After this, you register when registration opens.

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