Nelson Mandela University (NMMU) Late Application 2022
Applications for Undergraduate studies at Nelson Mandela University in 2022 have closed.
Nelson Mandela University has opened a small window of opportunity for late applications to selected programmes that still have available spaces from today, 26 January 2022.
Applicants are reminded that they need not visit the campus to submit their applications but can apply online. Applications will be accepted only from those applicants who meet the programme’s direct entry requirements. No applications will be accepted after 4 February 2022.
The available programmes for which applications are open are as follows:
Faculty of Business and Economic Sciences
- BCom (Food Service Management) – 40160
- BCom (General: Business Management) Extended – 40195
- Dip (Economics) – 4406
- BCom (General) – 45044
- Dip (Tourism Management) – 4648
- BCom (Accounting) – 40103
Faculty of Engineering, the Built Environment and Technology
- Bachelor of Human Settlement Development – 71000
Faculty of Humanities
- BMus General – 10055
- Bachelor of Visual Arts – 10050
- BMus (Interdisciplinary Studies) – 10054
- BA General – 10030
Faculty of Science
- Dip Polymer Technology – 2235
It should be noted that the programmes listed above also have limited space. However, for those prospective students wishing to apply to other programmes not listed here, there is an opportunity to apply to any of the country’s higher education institutions – provided there is space available – through government’s Central Applications Clearing House (CACH). CACH provides unsuccessful applicants with access to career development services and, where possible, an opportunity to access spaces still available within all universities, Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges or any Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) learnerships, without having to travel to institutions to try and find a space.
Applicants have until Thursday, 31 March 2022, to submit their tertiary education applications through the CACH system.