If CACH (Central Applications Clearing House) has placed you in a university, congratulations! This means that you have been offered a place at a tertiary institution despite not meeting the entry requirements or not receiving an offer during the normal application cycle.
Here are some steps to take now that you have been placed:
- Accept the offer: Contact the university that you have been placed at and formally accept the offer. This will secure your place at the institution.
- Register for your course: Once you have accepted the offer, you will need to register for your course. The university will provide you with information on how to do this.
- Check the registration deadline: Make sure that you register for your course before the registration deadline. This is usually a few weeks before the start of the academic year.
- Apply for financial aid: If you require financial aid, you will need to apply for it as soon as possible. The university will provide you with information on the application process.
- Attend orientation: Most universities offer an orientation program for new students. Attend this program to learn about the university, meet other students and familiarize yourself with the campus.
- Get organized: Make a list of everything that you need to do before the start of the academic year. This may include buying textbooks, finding accommodation, and sorting out your transport arrangements.
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Remember that being placed by CACH is a great opportunity, and you should make the most of it. Good luck with your studies!