Deadline looms for applicants

2019-06-25 06:01

Prospective Stellenbosch University (US) students have until Sunday 30 June to get their applications in if they want to study at the university.

Maties, as it is affectionately known, is often rated as one of the top three universities in South Africa according to various international university rankings. The university also has one of the highest first-year throughput rates in South Africa with more than 85% of the students annually going forward to their second year of studies.

“We are very excited about the number and quality of applications for 2020, proving that US is a first choice university. We are, however, still concerned about the more than 8000 applications that are incomplete and as a result, cannot be considered,” says Doctor Celeste Nel, director of the Centre for Admission and Residence Placement.

“Prospective students are requested to get their applications in rather sooner than later to give themselves some space and time to complete the application that includes uploading the necessary documents and to make changes if necessary.”

Nel states that the general reasons for an incomplete application may be that the student did not upload all the necessary documents. Full details are available at www.maties.com. The general application documents include:

. proof of payment (R100 non-refundable application fee);

. signed contract;

. final grade 11 results (currently in final school year) or National Senior Certificate (NSC) (completed final school year).

It is also important to note that all students applying for a programme in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and Faculty of Law need to write the National Benchmarking Tests (NBTs) by end of June at the latest. These NBT results will be used for selection purposes.

Applicants can also start to apply for financial assistance and the deadline is Saturday 31 August. The university manages more than 19 000 under- and postgraduate bursaries and loans on behalf of companies, individuals and institutions.

V Applications can be done online at www.maties.com. Prospective students are invited to contact consultants either by calling 021 808 9111, emailing info@sun.ac.za or doing a live chat at www.maties.com (click on the Let’s Talk feature).

Prospective Stellenbosch University (US) students have until Sunday 30 June to get their applications in if they want to study at the university.

Maties, as it is affectionately known, is often rated as one of the top three universities in South Africa according to various international university rankings.

The university also has one of the highest first-year throughput rates in South Africa with more than 85% of the students annually going forward to their second year of studies.

“We are very excited about the number and quality of applications for 2020, proving that US is a first choice university. We are, however, still concerned about the more than 8000 applications that are incomplete and as a result, cannot be considered,” says Doctor Celeste Nel, director of the Centre for Admission and Residence Placement.

“Prospective students are requested to get their applications in rather sooner than later to give themselves some space and time to complete the application that includes uploading the necessary documents and to make changes if necessary.”

Nel states that the general reasons for an incomplete application may be that the student did not upload all the necessary documents. Full details are available at www.maties.com. The general application documents include:

. proof of payment (R100 non-refundable application fee);

. signed contract;

. final grade 11 results (currently in final school year) or National Senior Certificate (NSC) (completed final school year).

It is also important to note that all students applying for a programme in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and Faculty of Law need to write the National Benchmarking Tests (NBTs) by end of June at the latest. These NBT results will be used for selection purposes.

Applicants can also start to apply for financial assistance and the deadline is Saturday 31 August.

The university manages more than 19 000 under- and postgraduate bursaries and loans on behalf of companies, individuals and institutions.

V Applications can be done online at www.maties.com. Prospective students are invited to contact consultants either by calling 021 808 9111, emailing info@sun.ac.za or doing a live chat at www.maties.com (click on the Let’s Talk feature).

Prospective Stellenbosch University (US) students have until Sunday 30 June to get their applications in if they want to study at the university.

Maties, as it is affectionately known, is often rated as one of the top three universities in South Africa according to various international university rankings.

The university also has one of the highest first-year throughput rates in South Africa with more than 85% of the students annually going forward to their second year of studies.

“We are very excited about the number and quality of applications for 2020, proving that US is a first choice university. We are, however, still concerned about the more than 8000 applications that are incomplete and as a result, cannot be considered,” says Doctor Celeste Nel, director of the Centre for Admission and Residence Placement.

“Prospective students are requested to get their applications in rather sooner than later to give themselves some space and time to complete the application that includes uploading the necessary documents and to make changes if necessary.”

Nel states that the general reasons for an incomplete application may be that the student did not upload all the necessary documents. Full details are available at www.maties.com. The general application documents include:

. proof of payment (R100 non-refundable application fee);

. signed contract;

. final grade 11 results (currently in final school year) or National Senior Certificate (NSC) (completed final school year).

It is also important to note that all students applying for a programme in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and Faculty of Law need to write the National Benchmarking Tests (NBTs) by end of June at the latest. These NBT results will be used for selection purposes.

Applicants can also start to apply for financial assistance and the deadline is Saturday 31 August.

The university manages more than 19 000 under- and postgraduate bursaries and loans on behalf of companies, individuals and institutions.

V Applications can be done online at www.maties.com. Prospective students are invited to contact consultants either by calling 021 808 9111, emailing info@sun.ac.za or doing a live chat at www.maties.com (click on the Let’s Talk feature).

Prospective Stellenbosch University (US) students have until Sunday 30 June to get their applications in if they want to study at the university.

The university also has one of the highest first-year throughput rates in South Africa with more than 85% of the students annually going forward to their second year of studies. “We are very excited about the number and quality of applications for 2020, proving that US is a first choice university. We are, however, still concerned about the more than 8000 applications that are incomplete and as a result, cannot be considered,” says Doctor Celeste Nel, director of the Centre for Admission and Residence Placement.

“Prospective students are requested to get their applications in rather sooner than later to give themselves some space and time to complete the application that includes uploading the necessary documents and to make changes if necessary.”

Nel states that the general reasons for an incomplete application may be that the student did not upload all the necessary documents.

The general application documents include:

. proof of payment (R100 non-refundable application fee);

. signed contract;

. final grade 11 results (currently in final school year) or National Senior Certificate (NSC) (completed final school year).

It is also important to note that all students applying for a programme in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and Faculty of Law need to write the National Benchmarking Tests (NBTs) by end of June at the latest. These NBT results will be used for selection purposes.

Applicants can also start to apply for financial assistance and the deadline is Saturday 31 August. The university manages more than 19 000 under- and postgraduate bursaries and loans on behalf of companies, individuals and institutions.

V Applications can be done online at www.maties.com. Prospective students are invited to contact consultants either by calling 021 808 9111, emailing info@sun.ac.za or doing a live chat at www.maties.com (click on the Let’s Talk feature).

Prospective Stellenbosch University (US) students have until Sunday 30 June to get their applications in if they want to study at the university.

Maties, as it is affectionately known, is often rated as one of the top three universities in South Africa according to various international university rankings. The university also has one of the highest first-year throughput rates in South Africa with more than 85% of the students annually going forward to their second year of studies.

“We are very excited about the number and quality of applications for 2020, proving that US is a first choice university. We are, however, still concerned about the more than 8000 applications that are incomplete and as a result, cannot be considered,” says Doctor Celeste Nel, director of the Centre for Admission and Residence Placement.

“Prospective students are requested to get their applications in rather sooner than later to give themselves some space and time to complete the application that includes uploading the necessary documents and to make changes if necessary.”

Nel states that the general reasons for an incomplete application may be that the student did not upload all the necessary documents. Full details are available at www.maties.com. The general application documents include:

. proof of payment (R100 non-refundable application fee);

. signed contract;

. final grade 11 results (currently in final school year) or National Senior Certificate (NSC) (completed final school year).

It is also important to note that all students applying for a programme in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and Faculty of Law need to write the National Benchmarking Tests (NBTs) by end of June at the latest. These NBT results will be used for selection purposes.

Applicants can also start to apply for financial assistance and the deadline is Saturday 31 August. The university manages more than 19 000 under- and postgraduate bursaries and loans on behalf of companies, individuals and institutions.

V Applications can be done online at www.maties.com. Prospective students are invited to contact consultants either by calling 021 808 9111, emailing info@sun.ac.za or doing a live chat at www.maties.com (click on the Let’s Talk feature).

Prospective Stellenbosch University (US) students have until Sunday 30 June to get their applications in if they want to study at the university.

Maties, as it is affectionately known, is often rated as one of the top three universities in South Africa according to various international university rankings. The university also has one of the highest first-year throughput rates in South Africa with more than 85% of the students annually going forward to their second year of studies.

“We are very excited about the number and quality of applications for 2020, proving that US is a first choice university. We are, however, still concerned about the more than 8000 applications that are incomplete and as a result, cannot be considered,” says Doctor Celeste Nel, director of the Centre for Admission and Residence Placement.

“Prospective students are requested to get their applications in rather sooner than later to give themselves some space and time to complete the application that includes uploading the necessary documents and to make changes if necessary.”

Nel states that the general reasons for an incomplete application may be that the student did not upload all the necessary documents. Full details are available at www.maties.com. The general application documents include:

. proof of payment (R100 non-refundable application fee);

. signed contract;

. final grade 11 results (currently in final school year) or National Senior Certificate (NSC) (completed final school year).

It is also important to note that all students applying for a programme in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and Faculty of Law need to write the National Benchmarking Tests (NBTs) by end of June at the latest. These NBT results will be used for selection purposes.

Applicants can also start to apply for financial assistance and the deadline is Saturday 31 August. The university manages more than 19 000 under- and postgraduate bursaries and loans on behalf of companies, individuals and institutions.

V Applications can be done online at www.maties.com. Prospective students are invited to contact consultants either by calling 021 808 9111, emailing info@sun.ac.za or doing a live chat at www.maties.com (click on the Let’s Talk feature).

Prospective Stellenbosch University (US) students have until Sunday 30 June to get their applications in if they want to study at the university.

Maties, as it is affectionately known, is often rated as one of the top three universities in South Africa according to various international university rankings. The university also has one of the highest first-year throughput rates in South Africa with more than 85% of the students annually going forward to their second year of studies.

“We are very excited about the number and quality of applications for 2020, proving that US is a first choice university. We are, however, still concerned about the more than 8000 applications that are incomplete and as a result, cannot be considered,” says Doctor Celeste Nel, director of the Centre for Admission and Residence Placement. “Prospective students are requested to get their applications in rather sooner than later to give themselves some space and time to complete the application that includes uploading the necessary documents and to make changes if necessary.”

Nel states that the general reasons for an incomplete application may be that the student did not upload all the necessary documents. Full details are available at www.maties.com. The general application documents include:

. proof of payment (R100 non-refundable application fee);

. signed contract;

. final grade 11 results (currently in final school year) or National Senior Certificate (NSC) (completed final school year).

It is also important to note that all students applying for a programme in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and Faculty of Law need to write the National Benchmarking Tests (NBTs) by end of June at the latest. These NBT results will be used for selection purposes.

Applicants can also start to apply for financial assistance and the deadline is Saturday 31 August.

The university manages more than 19 000 under- and postgraduate bursaries and loans on behalf of companies, individuals and institutions.

V Complete applications online at www.maties.com. Prospective students are invited to contact consultants either by calling 021 808 9111, emailing info@sun.ac.za or doing a live chat at www.maties.com (click on the Let’s Talk feature).

Prospective Stellenbosch University (US) students have until Sunday 30 June to get their applications in if they want to study at the university.

Maties, as it is affectionately known, is often rated as one of the top three universities in South Africa according to various international university rankings. The university also has one of the highest first-year throughput rates in South Africa with more than 85% of the students annually going forward to their second year of studies.

“We are very excited about the number and quality of applications for 2020, proving that US is a first choice university. We are, however, still concerned about the more than 8000 applications that are incomplete and as a result, cannot be considered,” says Doctor Celeste Nel, director of the Centre for Admission and Residence Placement.

“Prospective students are requested to get their applications in rather sooner than later to give themselves some space and time to complete the application that includes uploading the necessary documents and to make changes if necessary.”

Nel states that the general reasons for an incomplete application may be that the student did not upload all the necessary documents. Full details are available at www.maties.com.

The general application documents include:

. proof of payment (R100 non-refundable application fee);

. signed contract;

. final grade 11 results (currently in final school year) or National Senior Certificate (NSC) (completed final school year).

It is also important to note that all students applying for a programme in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and Faculty of Law need to write the National Benchmarking Tests (NBTs) by end of June at the latest. These NBT results will be used for selection purposes.

Applicants can also start to apply for financial assistance and the deadline is Saturday 31 August. The university manages more than 19 000 under- and postgraduate bursaries and loans on behalf of companies, individuals and institutions.

V Applications can be done online at www.maties.com. Prospective students are invited to contact consultants either by calling 021 808 9111, emailing info@sun.ac.za or doing a live chat at www.maties.com (click on the Let’s Talk feature).

Prospective Stellenbosch University (US) students have until Sunday 30 June to get their applications in if they want to study at the university.

Maties, as it is affectionately known, is often rated as one of the top three universities in South Africa according to various international university rankings. The university also has one of the highest first-year throughput rates in South Africa with more than 85% of the students annually going forward to their second year of studies.

“We are very excited about the number and quality of applications for 2020, proving that US is a first choice university.

“We are, however, still concerned about the more than 8000 applications that are incomplete and as a result, cannot be considered,” says Doctor Celeste Nel, director of the Centre for Admission and Residence Placement.

“Prospective students are requested to get their applications in rather sooner than later to give themselves some space and time to complete the application that includes uploading the necessary documents and to make changes if necessary.”

Nel states that the general reasons for an incomplete application may be that the student did not upload all the necessary documents. Full details are available at www.maties.com. The general application documents include:

. proof of payment (R100 non-refundable application fee);

. signed contract;

. final grade 11 results (currently in final school year) or National Senior Certificate (NSC) (completed final school year).

It is also important to note that all students applying for a programme in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and Faculty of Law need to write the National Benchmarking Tests (NBTs) by end of June at the latest.

These NBT results will be used for selection purposes.

Applicants can also start to apply for financial assistance and the deadline is Saturday 31 August.

The university manages more than 19 000 under- and postgraduate bursaries and loans on behalf of companies, individuals and institutions.

V Applications can be done online at www.maties.com. Prospective students are invited to contact consultants either by calling 021 808 9111, emailing info@sun.ac.za or doing a live chat at www.maties.com (click on the Let’s Talk feature).

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