University Of Cape Town Closing Dates

University Of Cape Town Closing Dates

University Of Cape Town Closing Dates, below are the closing dates for both academic registration and vacations. students and interested applicants should take note.

University of Cape Town (UCT) has started accepting applications for admission for the 2019
academic year on from 3 April 2018. The closing date for application for a place in
undergraduate studies is 30 September 2018.

“We are proud to attract the best students in the country and from beyond our borders,”
said Karen van Heerden, UCT Deputy Registrar. “UCT provides first-rate higher education as
well as quality research as confirmed by our consistent performance in world.”
Applications are to be accompanied by the following non-refundable amount:

 Undergraduate and postgraduate applications from South Africa and the SADC
region: R100

 Undergraduate and postgraduate applications from outside the SADC region: R300

 GSB applications from South Africa and African citizens/residents: R1250

 GSB applications from outside of Africa: US$250

UCT graduates are exempt from paying an application fee, except in the case of GSB

While no application will be processed without the application fee, it is important to note
that paying an application fee does not mean that an application will be successful.
Undergraduate applications close on 30 September 2017, while postgraduate application
closing dates are faculty specific.

UCT has six faculties; Commerce, Engineering & the Built
Environment, Health Sciences, Humanities, Law, and Science. Click here for more
information on different faculties, student housing, fees and financial aid.

Last year the university received 26 416 applications for space in undergraduate studies and
11600 applications in postgraduate studies. The university has space for 4200 first year
students and 9500 for postgraduate studies.