Central University of Technology Registrations Are Open

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Registrations for 2021 at the Central University of Technology are now open. All registration processes for 2021 will be done online.


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You can now register at the Central University of Technology for the 2021 academic year.

All registration processes for 2021 will be done online due to COVID-19 regulations and guidelines.

Registration dates are as follows:

  • Faculty of Health & Environmental Sciences 11 March 2021
  • Faculty of Management Sciences 12 March 2021
  • Faculty of Humanities 15 March 2021
  • Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and & Information Technology 16 March 2021

How To Register

  1. CLICK HERE TO START REGISTERING
  2. Log in with your student number and the pin provided to you.
  3. Select “Rules and Regulations” on the left.
  4. Read the document and take note of the contents thereof. If you agree to the rules and regulations, click on the “I accept” button at the bottom of the page.
  5. Select “Submit Registration” on the left.
  6. Select your employment status in the drop-down list in the field “Employment Status”.
  7. Click on “Save and Continue”; “Save and Continue Later”; or “Restart Process”.
  8. Select your subjects by ticking the box next to each subject.
  9. Ensure you select all the compulsory subjects.
  10. Select the balance of the subjects from the list of electives.
  11. Click on “Save and Continue”; “Save and Continue Later”; or “Restart Process”.
  12. Click on “Save and Continue” if you are absolutely sure that you have selected the right subjects, offering types and periods of study.
  13. Click on “Print Cost Details” if you want to print the registration costs.
  14. Click on the “I Accept Registration” button to finalize the registration process.
  15. Click on “Proof of Registration” at the bottom to print your proof of registration.
  16. You have successfully completed your registration as a bona fide student of CUT

Subject additions and cancellations take place from 17 March 2021 to 9 April 2021.

Contact CUT on the following telephone numbers should you have any enquiries about applications and/or registration: Tel: +(27) 051 507 4152 | +(27) 051 507 4153 | +(27) 051 507 4154/5/6/7

Enquiries can also be directed to [email protected] via email. 


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