TUT Late Applications Are Open
Tshwane University of Technology has opened their late applications for 2021. Limited space is available so hurry and apply before it's too late.
Haven't applied for University yet or looking to still apply? Well, Tshwane University of Technology has opened their late applications for 2021.
There are limited spaces open so apply before your chance is over.
TUT's mission is to advance social and economic transformation through relevant curricula, impactful research and engagement, quality learning experiences, dedicated staff and an enabling environment.
They offer a wide variety of departments at their nine campuses.Visit the Tshwane University of Technology website for more information.
The University has compiled a list of programmes with available space. Programmes can be removed on an hourly basis when demand is high.
How To Apply
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.
How To Check Your TUT Application Status
- Go to: https://ienabler.tut.ac.za/pls/prodi41/wtut012pkg.startup
- Fill in the required fields i.e. ID number or Full Name and Date of Birth.
- Click 'Submit'
- You will then be able to view your application status.
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