North-West University: Application 2017 – Apply to NWU

North-West University: Application 2017 – Apply to NWU. North-West University (NWU) invites prospective students to apply for 2017 academic year.

Application deadline is 30 September 2016.

Institution: North-West University (NWU)

The North-West University has three campuses namely Potchefstroom, Mahikeng and Vanderbijlpark.

When to apply

As only a limited number of places are available in certain programmes, prospective students are advised to apply as soon as possible.

Applications already open in April of the preceding year of study. Applications for selection courses and residence admission close on 30 September.

Applications forms are available at the Admissions Office at 018 3892525, ordownload application form from website, or e-mail [email protected].  You can also do online applications.  For online application enquiries contact 018 3892272 or email [email protected]

Complete the application form in full.

Get all the documentation ready that must accompany the application form.

Post the application to:

The Registrar, Admission Section North-West University, Mafikeng Campus, Private Bag X2046, Mmabatho, 2735.

The application form for preliminary admission to the University will not be accepted for evaluation by the University without the necessary proof of payment of the prescribed R150 application fee and R500 boarding deposit. Cheques or postal orders made out to the NWU may be posted with the application form to the postal address on the application form. Direct bank deposits or electronic transfers may be made into the North-West University’s bank account at Standard Bank. Name: Mafikeng Campus, account number: 030876052 or 032006888, branch code: 050040.

If you want to track the progress of your application, phone 018 389 2272

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