How To Apply To Study At Cape Peninsula University
The Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) is at the heart of technology education and innovation in Africa. An internationally acclaimed institution, it is the only university of technology in the Western Cape and is the largest university in the region with an enrolment of more than 30 000 students. The university has six faculties offering a wide range of accredited undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the fields of Applied Sciences, Business, Education and Social Sciences, Engineering, Informatics and Design as well as Health and Wellness Sciences.
The Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) was established on 1 January 2005, when the Cape Technikon and Peninsula Technikon merged. This merger was part of a national transformation process that transformed the higher education landscape in South Africa.
Today, this institution is the only university of technology in the Western Cape and is the largest university in the region, boasting more than 30 000 students, several campuses and service points and more than 70 programmes.
CPUT WILL BE CONDUCTING REGISTRATIONS AND DEALING WITH QUERIES FOR THE 2021 ACADEMIC YEAR VIA ONLINE CHANNELS ONLY.
How to apply
You are now at the first step of your career - applying for admission.
Applying for admission to CPUT consists of seven steps.
- Step 1: Choose a qualification
- Step 2: Get an application form
- Step 3: Gather your documents or upload further/ outstanding documents
- Step 4: Fill in the application form
- Step 5: Pay the application fee
- Step 6: Send in your form and documents
- Step 7: Follow-up and get your admission status
The institution remains in strict lockdown level 3 mode, students (including prospective first-year students and their guardians) are urged not to travel to campuses for face-to-face assistance from staff.
For more information, you can visit www.cput.ac.za
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