CACH Will Help Place You In University Or College

If you were not given a space at College or University when you applied, you still have a chance to get into University or College through the CACH.

If you were not given a space at College or University when you applied, you still have a chance to get into University through the CACH.

CACH is an integrated referral service for Post-School Education and Training institutions and students.

This service caters to matriculants who qualify for university entrance but have not been offered a place. As the country’s institutions of higher learning and training shift into gear for the 2021 academic year, thousands of prospective students will most definitely be looking for placement and should be turning to the Central Applications Clearing House CACH. 

Through CACH, you can receive career advice, referral to other opportunities such as being referred to other universities, TVET college opportunities, artisan development opportunities and other possibilities.

CACH will open for application after 23 February, when results are out, and close at the end of April so note that down in your calendar.

Minister of Higher Education, Blade Nzimande, in his latest briefing said:

The CACH is the first phase of what will in the future become the Central Applications Service (CAS) for the PSET system.

CAS will be piloted in 2021 for students entering higher education in 2022 and will provide a single place for applications for study spaces in PSET institutions, accommodation and funding support thought NSFAS and other schemes.

Students who have not applied for any PSET institution should contact the Department’s Career Development Service (CDS) for advice on any possibilities that may be available to them.

The Career Development Service can be contacted on 086 999 0123.

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