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Application Management | Alumni’s Manual

Updated on May 18, 2022
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After filling in the personal data, clicking Save will automatically redirect you to the Application Management screen, Alternatively, you can proceed into the application management page by clicking on the Application Management menu (Figure 21).

Figure 21

On this page, (Figure 21):

  • You can create a new application either by clicking the small blue shaded button ‘+Create a New Application or by clicking on the big central button ‘+Create a New Application located under My Applications.
  • Here you can view your applications from previous intake by clicking on the respective checkbox.
  • Once you click on any of the two ‘+Create a New Application’ buttons you will start the new application process.

Create a New Application

Once you have clicked on the +Create a new application you will be transferred to the Admission Application page (Figure 22).

Figure 22

On this page you do the following (Figure 22):

  • Select your Application Type from the drop-down e.g., ‘New Application’ for undergraduate applicants. Here, you can also select whether you wish to apply as a Mature Candidate.
  • Click on the ‘Next’ button to move to the next stage of the application process.

On the next page choose a Division, select the Grade, and the Program (Figure 23). The available options may differ in your institution.

Figure 23

On this page you will see the following (Figure 23):

  • Choose a Division e.g., Elementary School.
  • Choose a Grade code e.g., Year 1.
  • Choose a Program/Year e.g., Basic.
  • Click on the ‘Next’ button to enrol to subjects and services. This is appliable to K-12 schools.

Figure 24

  • Click on next again to review your application and add additional documents and consents (Figure 25).

On this page, you will see a summary of the application and will be able to change the course selection, save the application as a draft or save and submit the final application (Figure 24). For some courses, you may be requested to provide additional consent data (Figure 25).

Figure 25

Once you are done reviewing and making changes and final additions to your application, click on the ‘Save and Submit’ button (Figure 25). Note that once you save and submit the application, it can no longer be edited from the applicant portal.

If you wish to leave and return at another time to submit your application, you can click on the ‘Save as Draft’ button. To return to the application, simply click on the Application Management main menu (Figure 26).

Figure 26

On this page you will see the following (Figure 26):

  • In the application list you can view the application you saved as a draft.
  • You can edit or delete this application by clicking on the respective buttons.
  • You can click on the +create new application button to start a new application.
  • You will be able to view the status of all your applications. Note that if the status is ‘Submitted’, then it has been submitted to the admissions office and cannot be deleted or edited.

View Application (Click on the View button)

Figure 27

Edit Draft Application (click on edit button)

Figure 28

  • By pressing edit you are taken to the select division, grade code and program page.
  • Your choices as you see are as you left them when you saved this application as a draft.
  • You can follow the previous steps (changing choices and clicking on next) and submit the application to the institution for review.

If you clicked on ‘Save and Submit’ option, you would view this message window (Figure 29).

Figure 29

  • If you have read and agreed with terms and conditions, verify it by clicking on the ‘Yes’ button.

Once you click on yes in Figure 29, you will see the following message window (Figure 30).

Figure 30

  • You have successfully submitted your application.
  • You will receive an email acknowledging the submission of your application.
  • Click on ‘Yes’

You are now done with the application process and can track the progress of the application from the Application Management menu.


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