10 step guide to making your university application
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Being in matric means a lot of pressure and responsibility, but adding tertiary applications to the list of things you have to do is even a more daunting task.
First, you worry about your academic performance, which career line you would like to follow and then you have to decide on the best tertiary institution that would be the best fit for you.
However, much like school applications, tertiary institutions applications require a lot of paperwork, and there is no guarantee that you will be accepted at the university of your choice. Hence, you need to make multiple applications for at least two courses at a number of universities. To add on, because tertiary education is so expensive, you need to think of ways to fund your tuition.
To give you a little help, this 10 step guide, first published on Funda Connect, could help you get ready.
- Closing dates:
- Online application vs courier:
- Exam results:
- Be active at school:
- Documents you will need:
- Fill in your application properly.
- Don’t forget to pay for the application form:
- Sign the declaration in the forms.
- Wait on the university’s reply.