Late applications are open only at a few South African universities, giving you a second chance and enough time to apply for the year 2022.
National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) will be closing its application door on 04 January 2022, therefore those hoping to get financial assistance from the government should do so now. Due to Covid-19, walk-ins have been banned at many tertiary institutions, with an option to set an appointment or use the self-help option online.
Late applications will be open up until mid-January, institutions such as the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) have opened their applications online with no walk ins allowed, however approval will be given only if space is available under the course applying for.
Class of 2021 looking to further their studies at a university are encouraged to make use of the late application online and to do thorough research on the kind of course they will be taking. South Africa has many institutions equipped to assist students in furthering their studies.
Colleges and TVET colleges are also optional as they also have courses available in degrees, with similar credits to those provided at a university.