When Will Universities Open Applications For 2023?

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With a new year now fully in swing, a new season of searching where to study begins. Some Universities in South Africa have already opened their 2023 applications while others will soon do the same.


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The season for submitting University applications has officially commenced as some Universities in the country have opened their applications for the 2023 academic year. We’ll now look at those which have opened as well as when the other Universities in South Africa will.

The following Universities are currently taking 2023 applications:

Rhodes University

Rhodes University opened their applications for 2023 in March. The general formative degrees offered at Rhodes provides students with in-depth knowledge and skills across two disciplinary areas.  This allows students to work across a wide range of careers.

Applications will close on 30 November so apply now!

CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR RHODES UNIVERSITY APPLICATION

Tshwane University of Technology

Applications to study at Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) are now open for the 2023 academic year. TUT offers more than 400 career options, attracting more than 60 000 students annually. 

TUT also offers Distance Education. ​Distance Education offers Diplomas in the Department Safety and Security. It offers Policing and Traffic courses.​ 

CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR TUT APPLICATION

Wits University

Wits offers undergraduate degrees and postgraduate degrees and diplomas, as well as a range of short courses and part-time and online offerings. Applications for the 2023 academic year are now open.

Applications for Faculty of Health Sciences, Bachelor of Architecture; Bachelor of Audiology, Bachelor of Speech-Language Pathology; BA Film and TV will close on 30 June while applications for all the other programmes Wits offers closes on 30 September.

CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR WITS APPLICATION

University of Limpopo

Applications to study at the University of Limpopo in 2023 are now open. Applicants should apply online. Applications for MBChb programmes close on 29 July while other programmes close on 30 September.

The University of Limpopo's vision is to be a leading African University focused on the developmental needs of its communities and epitomising academic excellence and innovativeness. 

CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR UNIVERSITY OF LIMPOPO APPLICATION

So when will the rest of the Universities open their 2023 University applications?

  • University of Cape Town: 1 April
  • University of Fort Hare: 1 June
  • Walter Sisulu University: May
  • Central University of Technology: June/July
  • University of the Free State: 1 April
  • University of Pretoria: 1 April
  • Unisa: August/September
  • Nelson Mandela University: 4 April
  • Vaal University of Technology: June
  • University of Johannesburg: 1 April
  • Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University: 25 April
  • Durban Institute of Technology: 1 April
  • Cape Peninsula University of Technology: April/May
  • University of KwaZulu Natal: 1 April
  • Mangosuthu University of Technology: 1 April
  • University of Zululand: 1 April
  • University of Venda: July
  • North West University: 1 April
  • Stellenbosch University: 4 April
  • University of the Western Cape: 14 May
  • University of Mpumalanga:1 June
  • Sol Plaatje University: 1 April

It’s important to know what the university offers, what their admission requirements are and how to submit your application. CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THESE UNIVERSITIES.

University application closing dates usually vary depending on which programme you’re applying for and usually begin in May already. 


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