The NWU has reached full capacity for its 2022 intake with no extra places available. Close to 120 000 applications were received of which only 10 889 could be accommodated in terms of our approved enrollment targets. Strictly in adherence to Covid-19 protocols and guidelines, no mass gathering will be allowed at the campus gates and admission offices.
“The NWU is proud of every Grade 12 learner who has completed their school careers successfully and want to wish them well in advance as they embark on their various endeavours. Unfortunately, we are just not able to accommodate any walk-ins who did not qualify during the application process last year,” says deputy registrar Prof Michael Temane.
He says walk-ins refer mostly to non-accepted students who still want to study but did not meet the criteria or did not apply for admission.
Responses to applicants will be sent from 21 January 2022, when Grade 12 results are released. Any prospective students who are uncertain whether they were admitted to study at the NWU should contact the Central Admission and Applications Office (CAAO) call centre or any of the NWU’s campus help desks from 25 January 2022, when online registration will commence.
Central Admission and Applications Office: 018 285 4320
Mahikeng: 018 389 2252/018 389 2525
Potchefstroom: 018 285 2692/018 299 4055
Vanderbijlpark: 016 910 3114/016 910 3023
Prof Temane reminds unsuccessful applicants that another opportunity exists where they may register online on the Central Applications Clearing House (CACH) website. The CACH sign-up service aims to provide unsuccessful applicants with access to career development services and where possible, an opportunity to access spaces still available within higher education institutions.
The CACH facility sends prospective students’ information to all tertiary institutions. These institutions may contact them where places exist and if students meet the requirements