UJ applications closed

2011-01-13 14:26
Johannesburg - The University of Johannesburg is no longer accepting late applications for most fields of study for 2011, it said on Thursday.

"The late application process was an intense period with considerable time and effort expended. I'm overwhelmed to see that so many applicants want to study at UJ, and I wish to take this opportunity to thank prospective students as well as all the late applicants for selecting UJ as their university of choice," said Professor Ihron Rensburg, UJ vice-chancellor and principal.

The university closed submissions for late applications on Wednesday.

Top achieving applicants and applications for selected programmes in engineering science would still be accepted.

Information on the availability of remaining space would be reflected on the university's website.

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