This Is When 2023 CACH Applications Will Be Considered


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 Central Application Clearing House (CACH) assists students who have not received placement at a university or college that they had initially applied to, by finding placement for them at another institution.

This will be followed by the facility sending the information of the prospective student to universities, Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges, and also to the Sector Education and Training Authorities for available learnerships.  

An institution with space available will contact the relevant prospective student, with the exception that they do meet the admission requirements.

In a statement, the Department of Higher Education and Training has announced:

Applications are still open for spaces at universities and TVET Colleges; the system will close on 31 March 2023.

Institutions that will be considering applicants for the 2023 academic year include TVET’s that will be considering prospective students who signed on the CACH facility for trimester 2 and Semester 2.

However, prospective students will be required to start by registering online through the official CACH website or contact the service between 8h00 and 20h00 on 0800 356 635.

CACH had been allowing individuals to register since 27 January 2023 and public tertiary institutions have been considering applicants who signed up as of the week of 30 January 2023.

When it comes to recent school leavers who have no idea what to study, they may contact the Career Development Services on 086 999 0123 for assistance from experts and parents have also been encouraged to support the learner in making decisions about their career path.


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




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