UJ Extends Registration Dates
The registration dates at UJ for undergraduate and postgraduate students have been extended. Keep on reading to find out the closing date.
The University of Johannesburg has a student population of over 50 000, with about 3000 international students who come from 80 different countries. UJ is recognised as the country's second strongest brand.
The university offers world-class, internationally recognised academic programmes based on curricula informed by cutting-edge developments in both undergraduate and postgraduate education, and that are designed to prepare students for the world of work and global citizenship.
UJ has transformed into a diverse, inclusive, transformational and collegial institution.
The registration dates for undergraduate and postgraduate students have been extended until 19 February 2021.
Students are reminded to register as soon as they can as data allocations are subject to being registered and the loading of the data is not immediate upon registration.
Here is how you can register to UJ:
- Click here to visit the registration portal.
- Use your student number and password to log onto the portal. If you do not have a password, click on CREATE A PASSWORD to continue.
- Click on ITS iENABLER under administrative utilities.
- Click on ONLINE REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT and then let the registration process begin.
The university is one of the largest contact universities in South Africa, from the 26 public universities that make up the higher education system.
Visit the website for information about UJ.
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