Important CPUT 2021 Registration Dates To Remember
Cape Peninsula University of Technology will only be conducting off-campus registrations this year. This is to comply with COVID-19 protocols for Higher Education institutions. Please register immediately since spaces in programmes fill up quickly.
REGISTRATION DATES 2021
The ability to register for the 2021 intake will not be possible before JANUARY 2021.
Off-campus and online registration: Monday, 1 March 2021 until Friday, 12 March 2021
If you wrote Grade 12 in 2019 or before, then you can register from Monday, 1st March 2021.
If you wrote Grade 12 in 2020, then the faculties will need to verify your results - you can register once you receive a confirmation SMS that your status has been changed (or check on www.cput.ac.za/study/track)
Off-campus and online registrations vary from faculty to faculty.
Some programmes have been identified to commence with off-campus registrations but with no assistance as early as from Monday, 11 January 2021.
Postgraduate Registration (MTech/ Masters/ MEd and DTech/ Doctoral/ DEd programmes):
Returning students (Full Research M and D programmes) - 31 March 2021
MTech/ Masters (Course-based programmes) - 31 March 2021
First-time registering students (Full Research M and D programmes) - 31 May 2021
For more information or clarity on registration processes, students can contact the below information for online assistance.
Online assistance capacity has been increased for all online registration processes. Students who wish to receive off-campus assistance can contact the Call Centre on 086 123 2788 / 021 959 6767 or visit the following link for detailed contact information https://www.cput.ac.za/enquiries
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