University of Venda Opens 2023 Applications


The University of Venda has officially opened their applications for those wanting to study at Univen in 2023. Applications are being done online so apply now!


You can now apply to study at the University of Venda for 2023! 

Only South African undergraduate applicants are to apply on online application wizard. To apply online, you should be having a South African Identify number, a cell phone number, email address, and credit / debit card with cvv number to pay R100 application fee online.


You will also need to scan and upload a copy of I.D. document or passport, Grade 11 report or statement of grade 12 results or copy of Matric Certificate.

During the online application process, you may save and return at a later stage to resume the application process. Once you've finished your online application, you'll be given a student number.

How To Check Your Application Status

  1. Go to the Univen website
  2. Click on 'Apply' 
  3. Scroll down to 'Step 3: Check Application Status' and click on it
  4. Click on where it says 'Click here to check your application status'
  5. You can then call or email using the supplied information:

Be sure to include your name, surname and student number in the email and be clear that you want to check your application status.


The University of Venda, commonly known as Univen, is a public South African University in Limpopo which offers courses in science, enginnering & agriculture, management, commerce & law, humanities, social sciences & education and health sciences.




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