At the University of Cape Town, there are little over 5400 spots for incoming first-year undergraduates. The University of the Witwatersrand receives more than twice as many applications as the University of the University of Stellenbosch.
Somewhere about 5-7 percent of the students that apply are accepted by the school.. However, I am unsure of the correctness of these data, but they are often given to us during orientation (induction) events during our first week at university.
It’s all up to you and your educational background.
More difficult to enter into are fields such as medicine, engineering, and the natural sciences. If it’s a sought-after degree, it’s going to be a challenge to get one.
With the recommended number of points and a respectable NBT score, you have a good chance of being admitted.
Don’t let a conditional job offer based on your trial exam results slip away. Doing so will increase your chances of being admitted.
More over 10,000 students applied to study in the Engineering and Built Environment department, but only 1,000 were accepted. Some departments, like as medicine and law, are more difficult to get into than others, such as humanities. About one in ten, on average, although the prospectus offers you an idea of what grades you’ll need to be considered.