Students launch Water Collection Campaign for the province

Students launch Water Collection Campaign for the province

MSA assists in drought relief campaign for affected communities in the Free State.


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RAG festivities on University of the Free State’s

RAG festivities on University of the Free State’s Bloemfontein campus

The annual Rag processions took place on 30 January 2016 in the city. First-years visited the Twin City mall in Heidedal. The evening procession was followed by a music concert.


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Many changes for Shimlas, says new captain

Many changes for Shimlas, says new captain

The University of the Free State (UFS) has a new group of rugby players, a new head coach, and a new captain.


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Wag-’n-Bietjie, Vishuis and Sonnedou the winners at athletic

Wag-’n-Bietjie, Vishuis and Sonnedou the winners at athletics

UFS Registration 2016

UFS Registration 2016

2015 Matriculant of the Year finalist to study Medicine

2015 Matriculant of the Year finalist to study Medicine

One of top 14 to study Medicine at Kovsies.



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Compulsory National Benchmark Tests (NBTs)

Compulsory National Benchmark Tests (NBTs)

The National Benchmark Tests are compulsory for all University of the Free State (UFS) applicants.

The last opportunity for all students to write the NBT’s is:

    • 4 July 2015 for students who have applied to the Faculty of Health Sciences (School of Medicine or School of Allied Health Sciences).
    • 6 December 2015 for all other students who have applied to the UFS (Bloemfontein and Qwaqwa campuses).

    Registration for all NBTs opens on 1 April 2015.

    To book for the test, visit www.nbt.ac.za. For more information on the NBTs at the UFS visit www.ufs.ac.za/nbt; or contact Ms Lerato Masisi at nbt@ufs.ac.za, masisilc@ufs.ac.za, 051 401 2448 or Benito Khotseng Building room LG 5 (basement).

    NBT General Information

    It is COMPULSORY for all prospective UFS students to write the National Benchmark Tests (NBTs) BEFORE registration in 2016. We thus recommend that prospective students write the NBTs during their Grade 12 year or in 2015.

    The UFS has an NBT registration station, where students can register for the tests. This service is available at the Benito Khotseng Building, room LG5 between 14:00 and 16:00 daily from 1 April 2015.

    What information can I acquire from the NBT website, www.nbt.ac.za  / what can I use the site for?

    • Information on the content of the tests
    • NBT National Office contact details
    • Register for the test(s)
    • Request NBT results
    • See venues and dates across the country
    • and more.

    Please contact the NBT call centre at 021 650 3523 should you:

    • experience any problems with the registration process, or
    • need to verify registration or information.

    For more information on exemptions and about the UFS NBT requirements, email your enquiry to: nbt@ufs.ac.za   

    • To download a short presentation showing the steps to register for the NBTs online, click here. (Pdf format)

    Test venue details

     Bloemfontein and Qwaqwa Campus dates and venues
     

    • Venues and dates are subject to change; please consult the NBT website at www.nbt.ac.za.
    • Please note that you need to register to take the tests. Registration for 2015 cycle/test sessions opens on 1 April 2015.  Register for the tests at  www.nbt.ac.za.
       

    NBT Results

     To request your NBT results you need:

    • Your ID number (as on your "NBT answer script" and your "NBT test registration form"),
    • Your full names (As provided on the "NBT answer sheet"), and
    • Your surname (As provided on the "NBT answer sheet")

    For your NBT results: Click here
     

    NBT Contact Details

    National Benchmark tests

    NBT Website: www.nbt.ac.za  

    Call centre: 021 650 3523


    UFS Health Sciences Faculty (HSC)

  • Prospective students applying for admission to the Faculty of Health Sciences should contact Me Anandi Mynardt at 051 401 7517 or mynardta@ufs.ac.za .

    UFS Information Centre:

    051 401 3000
     
Last updated: 09 June 2015 09:05