UFH Intranet

UFH Intranet

UFH Intranet

Click on Check your Status below and you will be redirected to the Student iEnabler login page where you are required to enter your login credentials (student number and password). In the event that you have forgotten the details click on Forgot Student Number as appears in the screenshot below.

UFH.AC.ZA Blackboard

Step 2

Check your biographical details if they are correct and update your contact details so that the University of Fort Hare can communicate with you.

Step 3

Still logged in , Under Student iEnabler on the right side of the screen please click on the Student Enquiry Link.

Step 4

Finally,under the Student Enquiry, please click on Academic Admissions Status.

Comprehensive Web Application Process

Academic Application Process
PLEASE READ BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH YOUR APPLICATION
1. Consult the online application checklist and student guide to ensure you have all required information and documents.
2. Should you be applying using a device other than laptop/desktop, please ensure that you have read the POPI clause, as well as, the application rules and regulations before proceeding with your application.
3. Register to write the NBT tests if you have not yet done so. For details on NBT, consult the Student Guide
Do you already have a student number?
This site is surely going to take you through the whole cycle of university life from understanding what a university is all about within the context of the University of Fort Hare. From the history and heritage of the Institution to the envisaged future in its forthcoming Centenary and beyond, you are encouraged to learn more about our academic programmes, admissions processes, facilities and exciting student life.  With 13 000 students, national and international, the University of Fort Hare continues to take its rightful place not only as a thought leader, but as an unparalleled knowledge production institution with applied natural and social sciences. Various niche areas have been identified to spur on our researchers. New ones are also in the pipeline to define the new UFH.