Tshwane University of Technology Opens For TUT Late Application 2024


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If you are looking to get a place at a university for 2024, you're in luck. Tshwane University of Technology has opened their 2024 late applications. 


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TUT Late Application Now Closed

It's already time for universities to open their late applications for the 2024 academic year. If you're interested in furthering your education at Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), here is everything prospective students need to know. 

You can still study in the upcoming academic year if you meet the late application deadline. You do have to first check that there is still available space in your chosen qualification.

TUT Closing Date For Application 2024

The TUT closing date for application 2024 has now passed so you can no longer apply to study at TUT this year. 

TUT Online Application 2024

TUT is a higher education institution located in Pretoria and the largest contact university in the country. Each year, they provide quality education to more than 60,000 students across their nine campuses.

Don't forget that you mustn't apply in person (known as walk ins) - you must apply online using the late application process on the TUT website.

Courses Available At TUT

  • PRETORIA CAMPUS
    • Bachelor of Engineering Polymer Technology
    • Bachelor of Geomatics
  • EMALAHLENI CAMPUS
    • Higher Certificate Electrical Engineering
    • BEngTech (Electrical Engineering)
    • Diploma in Computer Science (Extended)
    • Diploma in Informatics (Extended)

How To Apply To TUT Online

Before you begin the TUT online application process, you will need to supply the following documents for the 2024 academic year:

  • Your South African ID number
  • Or your passport number if you are an international student
  • An active cellphone number and email address

Here is How to Submit Your Online Late Application to TUT:

  1. Visit the TUT website for the online application form.
  2. Click 'Apply Now' in the top right-hand corner.
  3. Accept the POPIA form.
  4. Fill in all the necessary details in full.
  5. Ensure that you have included all the important supporting documents and sent them to the TUT admissions office.
  6. Leave the section for the headmaster's signature open.
  7. The proof of your application form will be processed and sent to the admissions department for acceptance and verification to complete the application process. 

Admission requirements for prospective students vary for each programme and students may be asked to write an admission test for certain programmes, so make sure to check the entrance criteria for your programme before applying.

In order to know whether or not you have been accepted, you can track your application status.

TUT Online Registration 2024

If your application to TUT is accepted the next step is to complete your registration with TUT. TUT online registration 2024 will be open in January and February in 2024. 

Campuses At Tshwane University of Education TUT

There are eight TUT campuses. They are:

  • Arcadia Campus
  • Arts Campus
  • Pretoria Campus
  • Ga-Rankuwa Campus
  • North and South Campuses in Soshanguve
  • eMalahleni
  • Mbombela
  • Polokwane

Also Present In Western Cape and KZN

TUT also has service points in Cape Town and Durban.

TUT also offers Distance Education. ​Distance Education offers Diplomas in the Department Safety and Security. It offers Policing and Traffic courses.​

Distance Education applicants should reside in the vicinity of Durban or Cape Town because they will have to be able to attend contact classes and write class tests and examinations at the Durban or Cape Town Service points. 

However, you cannot apply to Distance Education Programmes online. 

Here's where to live as a TUT student

Ways To Pay For Your Studies At Tshwane University of Technology

Distance Education Application

No faxed or e-mailed Applications for Admission to be accepted. 

Application for Admission Forms should be couriered (door to door) to the TUT Distance Education Unit. 

Find application forms here. Use your South African ID Number for your account.

Tshwane University of Technology News

You can stay up to date with the latest news from the Tshwane University of Technology by reading the latest updates on Careers Portal website. 

 

 

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