Hundreds of students are making their way to universities across the country as the registration process kicks off this week ahead of the 2018 academic year.
First-year students who applied online last year are now at their respective tertiary institutions to finalise their admissions.
While Wits University says it has received almost 57 000 applications for first-year enrollments it only has space for about 5 600 students.
Eyewitness News reporter Katleho Sekhotho says it has been a smooth process for some.
Some have had a smooth process, I spoke to a young guy named Randy and he says it was smooth from the application process last year.— Katleho Sekhotho, EWN reporter
I think that the main rush will happen on Friday, one of the queue marshals says the first year registration process begins on Friday. What they dealing with now is those who have been admitted, those on the waiting list and those who are dealing with a number of other challenges.— Katleho Sekhotho, EWN reporter
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