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TUT's Courses That Still Have Space Available

Activities at the Tshwane University of Technology this morning, got underway with large numbers of people queuing at its campuses in Pretoria, Soshanguve and Ga-Rankuwa.


Apply on TUT Website  Students who happen to be around our distant campuses in Mbombela, eMalahleni and Polokwane campuses will be assisted accordingly. 


The University will continuously update the public of the possible availability of spaces through its Website on, it social media platforms and the media.


In addition, prospective students can also submit applications for study through the Central Application System (CAPS) on [email protected]​. 


The implementation of fee-free education announced by President Jacob Zuma in December 2017, and further communicated through DHET, will be done in close collaboration with all relevant Government and funding institutions, including NSFAS. 


A contingency plan to manage the influx of people to our campuses and to provide safety to the University community and members of the public has been put in place. During a meeting with relevant role players including student leaders, it was once again agreed that no Walk-ins will be accommodated on campus and that all prospective students should apply through the online system for courses that still have space available. 


Returning and senior students should provide proof of identity and the reason for their visit in the form of a written communication from TUT. At the Soshanguve South Campus, such students should use the main gate.


Registration for all students, including online registration, will commence on 15 January 2018. 


Residences will not be accessible before the actual registration process has commences. It is important for students to note that all students should register for the 2018 study year before, those who qualify and have been allocated residence accommodation can register for residence accommodation.


Parents and prospective students are also reminded that TUT is a cashless institution. All payments should be made at the bank and proof of payment submitted together with all applications. TUT’s banking details is available on its Website.


Current students and accepted first year students who have to visit any of our campuses to attend interviews or other official TUT business, should please make use of the ASK ME assistants at the entrances to our campuses to complete their business. Such students should also provide a 2017 student ID card, a South African ID and have a printed copy of the TUT communication at hand to gain access.


All enquiries should please be directed through the Call Centre on 086 110 2421. 


Tshwane University of Technology Website




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