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How to Track UNISA Application Status 2023 – Track on CAO

University of South Africa (UNISA) Application Status 2023

UNISA Application Status is where applicants can check or track their application if their admission application has been accepted.

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As the University of South Africa (UNISA) releases the names of accepted applicants for 2023, applicants can track or check their names on the Application status.

The Admissions office at the University of South Africa is responsible for:

  •  Assisting faculties in meeting their enrolment targets by admitting applicants who have the ability to succeed at the University. In addition to this, the office provides   admission and academic programme advice to all prospective applicants as well as parents who want their children to study at UNISA;
  •  Welcoming all first-time entry applicants to the Institution;
  •  Assisting faculties in meeting their enrolment targets by admitting applicants who have the ability to succeed at the University;
  • Providing admission and academic programme advice to all prospective applicants as well as parents who want their children to study at UNISA;
  • Assisting applicants with application forms and booklets with information on academic programmes, requirements and duration of the academic programme. It is very important that applicants observe these requirements before they apply to study at the University of South Africa. Application forms are also accessible from the Central Applications Office (CAO) in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal. Prospective applicants are advised to submit the forms to the CAO or the Kwa-Dlangezwa or Richards Bay Campus Admissions offices with the relevant documents and proof of payment for their application.
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step by step guide on how to check or track your UNISA Application Status 2023 is provided below:

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How to Track UNISA Application Status 2023

Congratulations to all the successful applicants that made it to the University of South Africa.

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