University of Limpopo Online Application 2025 Guide

Welcome to the University of Limpopo online application guide for the 2025 academic year. This guide provides a comprehensive step-by-step process to help you apply online to join UL’s university community. Ensure you follow each step carefully to successfully submit your application.

Application Process:

Step 1: Access the Application Portal
To begin your application to the University of Limpopo, visit the online application portal by clicking here.

Step 2: Application Fees
The online application requires a handling fee, which is R200 for South African applicants and R750 for International Applicants. This fee must be paid to proceed with your application.

Step 3: Pay the Application Fee
Make sure to pay the application fee as directed in the application process. Keep the proof of payment, as you might need to provide it during the application review period.

Step 4: Contact the Call Centre for Enquiries
If you have any questions or need further assistance during your application process, please contact call centre at:

  • Call Centre Number: 015 268 3332
  • Email Address: enrolment@ul.ac.za

Step 5: Review Prospectuses
Both the undergraduate and postgraduate prospectuses are available on UL’s website. It’s crucial to review these documents as they contain detailed information about the admission requirements and courses offered. You can access them here.

Note: Ensure that you meet or exceed the admission requirements as outlined in the prospectus. Only holders of a Bachelor’s certificate are eligible to apply for admission.



Admission Requirements for 2025 online applications:

  • National Senior Certificate (NSC) with Bachelor Exemption
  • Prospective students must achieve at least a level three in Life Orientation and a level three in English, aligned with the language policy of the university.
  • Specific subject requirements and APS must be met as stipulated in the faculty calendars.
  • Matriculation Certificate (prior to 2008)
  • Students with a Grade 12 Senior Certificate with full university exemption can convert their grade symbols to an APS.
  • National Certificate (Vocational)
  • NC(V) Level 4 certificate holders need 60% in three fundamental subjects (including Life Orientation) and 70% in four vocational subjects for degree programs (50% and 60% respectively for diploma programs).
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The Admission Point Score (APS) System for 2025

The APS system is used to calculate whether applicants meet the minimum requirements for entry into the University of Limpopo and specific programs. It involves adding the achievement levels in six recognized 20 credit subjects as required by faculty-specific guidelines.

Additional Information

  • Qualifications other than the NSC
  • Verify qualifications through Higher Education South Africa (HESA) at www.hesa.org.za or contact the International Office for qualifications from outside South Africa.
  • Placement Tests
  • The University of Limpopo conducts placement tests which might influence admission and course placement.
  • Extended Curriculum Programmes (ECP)
  • These programmes offer an additional year to achieve the learning outcomes linked to the regular undergraduate degree programmes.

For more details, visit the University of Limpopo’s official website or contact the admissions office directly. We look forward to receiving your application and welcoming you to our academic community!

FAQs

Is University of Limpopo Open for 2025 Applications?

Yes, the University of Limpopo is open for 2025 applications. The applications for the 2025 academic year at the University of Limpopo will close on 31 July for MBChB courses and 30 September for all other programmes. Applicants must ensure that they meet the admission requirements before submitting their application.

For example, if a prospective student wants to apply for the MBChB program, they need to complete their application by the end of July. This is particularly important for highly competitive courses like MBChB where early application is crucial due to limited spaces. Similarly, students looking into programs in the humanities or sciences have until the end of September to submit their applications, giving them ample time to gather necessary documents and review program-specific requirements in the university’s prospectus.

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How to Check Application Status at UL for 2025

To check your application status for 2025 at the University of Limpopo, you can visit this link. Applicants will need their application details to log in and view the status of their submission.

For instance, after submitting an application, a student might be anxious to know whether they have been accepted, waitlisted, or if further documentation is required. By using the provided link, students can quickly find out their status and take any necessary actions. This system helps keep applicants informed and allows them to plan accordingly based on the feedback from the university.

How Much is the Application Fee for University of Limpopo for 2025?

The application fee for the University of Limpopo in 2025 is R200 for South African applicants and R750 for International Applicants. This fee is required as part of the online application process and is non-refundable.

As an example, a student from Johannesburg will pay R200 when they submit their online application. In contrast, a student from outside South Africa, say from Zimbabwe or Nigeria, will be required to pay R750. These fees are part of the administrative costs associated with processing the applications and are standard practice among universities to ensure that only serious applicants submit their applications.