University of Pretoria Extends Application Closing Date


University of Pretoria has announced that they will be extending the closing date for their 2021 applications. 

The University of Pretoria has announced the following:

"The closing date for new applications for the 2021 intake in the Faculty of Health Sciences has been extended to 31 July 2020. The last date for matric learners to write the NBT is 19 September 2020."

Applications for BSc (Architecture) as well as all programmes in Faculties of Veterinary Science and Health Sciences closes on 31 May 2020. 

How To Apply

  • To use the Online Application System you will need an email address which you can access regularly, because as soon as you submit your online application, a student number (EMPLID) will be sent to this email address as confirmation of receipt. 
  • Click here to apply to UP for 2021
  • Once your online application has been processed, you will receive a student number(EMPLID). Receiving a student number (EMPLID) does NOT imply that you have been accepted by the University of Pretoria yet.

Application Fee

  • Application fees are waived for students who apply for studies at the University of Pretoria if your household income is lower than or equal to R150 000 per annum.
  • If your household income is more than R150 000 per annum, when you submit your study application, you will need to pay an application fee of R300.
  • Click here for payment options
  • Online applicants must upload proof of income in STEP 12 of the online application process. This will serve as proof of payment, to allow you to verify and apply your form. These documents will be verified. 





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