CACH Applications

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CACH is the Central Applications Clearing House that streamlines the universities late applications process.


Once you have applied for the CACH service to find a course to study on in 2024, you will still need to check on your application regularly to see if they have been able to find a suitable course for you.


Are you yearning to pursue higher education in 2024 but feeling lost in the application process? The Central Application Clearing House (CACH) connects students to education and training opportunities at higher education institutions in 2024. 


KwaZulu-Natal tertiary institutions will shortly stop accepting online late admission applications. This applies to students who haven't already applied for a study opportunity for 2023.

 


Usually when applying to universities, you will need to budget for application fees. Luckily, there are some universities that don't ask for one. 


Following the recent completion of its first selection process of applicants on CACH, the Higher department is calling on prospective students to register and apply before the closing deadline. A recent update by the department also indicates that hundreds of applicants have been successfully assisted by the system.


Not receiving placement to your dream place of study can be stressful. However, the Central Application Clearing House gives rejected applicants a chance to be considered for placement at other institutions.

 


The Department of Basic Education has admitted that it continues to witness the ripple effect of the Covid-19 pandemic, hence matric results have been released late due to the disruptions. However, individuals that have passed their matric are being accommodated to gain admission in tertiary institutions.

 


If you haven't been placed in university or college yet, the Central Application Clearing House (CACH) can help with that.


The Central Applications Clearing House (CACH) online application service for matriculants, who struggled to secure a place at the educational institution of their choice.

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