CPUT First Year Registration

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The Cape Peninsula University of Technology's first year registration has opened and will take place off campus and online. Keep reading for more details on this. 


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The Cape Peninsula University of Technology, better known as CPUT, is a university which aims to have an impact on the world of technology. Their vision is to be the "heart of technology education and innovation in Africa". 

The university has six campuses, namely: Athlone Campus, Belville Campus, District Six Campus, Granger Campus, Mowbray Campus, Wellington Campus. They offer lots of different faculties including the following:

  • Applied Sciences
  • Business and Management Sciences
  • Education
  • Engineering and the Built Environment
  • Health and Wellness Sciences
  • Informatics and Design

Their registration for first time entering/ first year students has opened and will be conducted off campus and online in order to ensure that the university complies with Covid-19 protocols for Higher Education institutions. 

Registration for first time entrants will run from Monday, 1 March until Friday, 12 March. 

Students who completed Grade 12 in 2019 or before can register from the 1st of March 2021. 

Those who have completed Grade 12 in 2020 should wait for the Faculties to verify their results and once they have received a confirmation SMS that their status has changed they may register. 

You can also go to: https://www.cput.ac.za/study/track to track your application status.

Students can register online using a smartphone, tablet or computer. On the computer they must make use of Internet Explorer 7 or higher, with Adobe Acrobat Reader 7 or higher. The university can stated that no other browsers are certified for online registration.  

CPUT has urged students to register as soon as possible as spaces in programmes fill up quickly. 

Students may only be able to register for residences if they have been academically registered. 

If students need off campus assistance they can contact the Call Centre on entre on 086 123 2788 / 021 959 6767 or they can visit the following link for other contact information: https://www.cput.ac.za/enquiries

View the CPUT website for more information on registration. 


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