UWC Late Application 2022/2023: How To Apply For UWC Late Online Application 2022

By | January 9, 2022
UWC Late Application 2022/2023: How To Apply For UWC Late Online Application 2022

University of Western Cape UWC Late Application 2022 is currently opened and here is how you can apply for admission and study at South Africa’s premium university, University of the Western Cape (UWC) through the Late Application for 2022/2023.

On this page, You’ll find a breakdown on how to apply to the University of the Western Cape (UWC) Late Application below.  We’ve Brought instructions about UWC Late Application process AND the hard copy application.

The management of the University of the Western Cape (UWC) has released 2022 Undergraduate and Postgraduate Late Application for the 2022 Academic Session. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible in the application cycle.  Applications close at the end of July for undergraduates and at the end of October for postgraduate applicants.


Things to note before applying online to UWC:

  1. You’ll need an email address to complete the application. Don’t have one? Get an email address first.
  2. South African applicants will need an ID number.  Foreign applicants will need their passport number.
  3. You will need to have registered for the NBTs before applying online.
  4. You will need to pay an application fee.
  5. Need accommodation?  Make sure you mark this on your application form.
  6. Remember to check faculty-specific requirements before applying.
  7. Please note: Postgraduate applicants can only apply online.


UWC has one So apply here: online application portal for all applicants.

Undergraduate Certificate Study

To confirm eligibility for admission to undergraduate certificate study, applicants must consult the Admissions Office or the Faculty concerned.

Undergraduate Diploma Study

The minimum requirement for admission to undergraduate diploma study is a National Senior Certificate (NSC) as certified by Umalusi with an achievement rating of 3 (Moderate Achievement, 40-49%) or better in four recognised NSC 20-credit subjects.