University of Cape Town UCT Application Key Dates 2022/2023
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Please note: the University reserves the right to change these dates. Before acting on any of the dates below confirmation should be sought from the appropriate office.
1 April 2022
- Applications for admission in 2022 will open. Applications will close on 31 July 2022 for all undergraduate programmes. Please remember to apply online.
- The National Benchmark Tests (NBTs) will open for registrations for the 2022 intake. You must apply online.
4 April 2022
- Open Day is a good opportunity to access important information about the application process. (It’s also a good time for younger siblings to start thinking about UCT opportunities!)
Please note: Following international advice on the hosting of large gatherings, we have taken the precautionary measure to cancel the 2022 Open Day, which was due to be held on Saturday, 4 April 2022. We apologise for any inconvenience.
1 August 2022
- National Student Funding Assistance Scheme (NSFAS) funding applications open. You must apply online.
31 August 2022
- All undergraduate applications close. We do not accept late applications.
- Applications for student housing close.
30 September 2022
- Closing date for undergraduate programme changes: 30 September 2022.
You do so by sending a request to email@example.com or submitting a written request to the Admissions Office.
30 September 2022
- Final date to submit the Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS) portfolio.
31 October 2022
- For applicants finishing secondary school in 2022, all grade 12 interim results, or predicted scores in the case of non-NSC candidates, are due.
- Interim and past transcripts for transferring applicants are due.
30 November 2022
- Last date to apply for National Student Funding Assistance Scheme (NSFAS) funding. You must apply online.
31 December 2022
- All final transcripts and non-NSC school-leaving results (except CIE, ZIMSEC and NSSC) must be submitted as certified paper documents.