UMP Late Applications Are Still Open

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Late applications for 2021 are still open at the University of Mpumalanga. UMP still has spaces open for students wanting to study at the University.


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The University of Mpumalanga (UMP) has opened their late applications for the 2021 academic year.

UMP still has space left for students to apply for the following undergraduate qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Environmental Science
  • Bachelor of Commerce (General)
  • Bachelor of Agriculture in Agricultural Extension and Rural Resource Management

To view UMP's admission requirements and further information on these qualifications, click here.

How To Apply Online

Step 1: Click on the student portal link on the UMP website home page.

Step 2: Click on new application.

Step 3: Capture your biographical information and save to generate your reference /student number and pin code to be used to proceed with your application.

Step 4: Put your student number / reference number.

Step 5: Click on applications to proceed with your application.

Step 6: Click on view application rules and click on “I accept” after reading.

Step 7: Click on “next step” to proceed to the next step.

Step 8: Load your scanned documents, i.e. Certified ID, results and proof of payment (R150). Banking details are on application rules under step no. 1.

Step 9: Click on upload document.

Step 10: Select your scanned document from the source file and click on save. Close the window and click on next step.

Step 11: Click on the grey radio button on the right of each block to select the subect.

Step 12: Click on “next step” to proceed to the next step.

Step 13: Select the school from grey radio button.

Step 14: Complete this form if you were enroled in another instituition, save and click next step.

Step 15: Type in the programme you wish to enrol for and click the search button.

Step 17: Select period of study, e.g. First year. Type acedemic preference (i.e. 1 = First choice; 2 = Second choice, etc). Click on save and continue to next step.

Step 18: Check if your biographical information was captured correctly and ensure all your documents are loaded on certificate seen, click on save and proceed to the next step.

Step 19: Click on communication type if you want to make changes on your communication details.

Step 20: View the programmes you have applied for.

Step 21: View your application status.

Step 22: View if you have gone through all the processes.


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