Durban University Of Technology Registration

If you're a student at the Durban University of Technology, keep reading to find out the dates for registration for the 2021 academic year. 

Due to the second wave of the coronavirus, Durban University of Technology encourages all of its students to make use of their online registration processes from the comfort of their homes, for the safety of both the staff and students at the university. 

Students are to make use of the frequently asked questions (FAQs) and web links provided by the university if they need help registering online.

Click here for the FAQ section.

All lectures will commence 15 March 2021.

Registration Dates 

For New Students:

Durban Campus:

Registration will take place from 1 March until 12 March 2021, depending on your Faculty and programme of study. 

Midlands Campus (Pietermaritzburg):

Registration will take place from 1 March until 12 March 2021, depending on your Faculty and programme of study. 

For the times which you are to register as well as more information on this registration, click here. 

For Returning Students 

Durban Campus:

Faculty of Management Sciences: 22 February-12 March 2021, depending on your programme of study.

Faculty of Health Sciences: 22 February-12 March 2021, depending on your programme of study.

Faculty of Applied Sciences: 22 February-4 March 2021, depending on your programme of study.

Faculty of Arts & Design: 23 February-5 March 2021, depending on your programme of study.

Faculty of Accounting and Informatics: 22 February-12 March 2021, depending on your programme of study.

Faculty of Engineering and The Built Environment: 20 February-8 March 2021, depending on your programme of study.

For the times which you are to register as well as more information on this registration, click here.

Pietermaritzburg Campus:

Faculty of Management Sciences: 23 February-12 March 2021, depending on your programme of study.

Faculty of Health Sciences (only nursing students): 25 February-10 March 2021, depending on your programme of study.

Faculty of Engineering and The Built Environment: 3 March-12 March 2021, depending on your programme of study. (Indumiso Campus)

Faculty of Accounting and Informatics: 1 March-12 March 2021, depending on your programme of study.

School of Education: 22 February-2 March 2021, depending on your programme of study. 

For the times which you are to register as well as more information on this registration, click here. 

For Postgraduate Students

Full Research

New students: 1 February-30 July 2021

Returning students: 1 February-12 March 2021

Course Work

New students: 22 February-12 March 2021

Returning students: 22 February-12 March 2021

 

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