VUT Opens First Year Registration For 2021

Registrations are now officially open for first year students at Vaal University of Technology for 2021. Registrations close on 5 March so hurry and do it before it's too late!

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Vaal University of Technology (VUT) are now allowing first year students to register for 2021.

First year registration at VUT is open until 19 March and must be done online.

The registration is done on the ITS iEnabler, which is a self-help/online system. The system is accessible off-campus for your convenience. You don’t have to stand in long queues and don’t have to go to campus.

How To Register

  1. Go to the VUT registration iTS iEnabler.
  2. Click on 'Student'
  3. Enter your student number and iTS pin
  4. Click 'Login'
  5. Click 'Academic Registration' on the drop down menu on the left'
  6. Click on 'Academic Admission Status' to make sure it says you're admitted for the qualification you wish to register for 
  7. click 'Registration Restrictions' to make sure you don't have any restrictions
  8. Click on 'Rules and Regulations' and a document will then download. Read it and click 'I accept'
  9. Select 'Qualification Code'
  10. Select 'Add subjects to a registration'
  11. Select the subjects
  12. Click 'save and continue'
  13. Click 'Continue'
  14. Click 'Proof of registration'
  15. You are now registered
  16. You can view your class timetable by clicking on 'Class Timetable'

As for registration fees:

  • National student registration fee: R2 100
  • International Students pay annual fees in full

Payment can be made at any ABSA branch or any ABSA ATM at least 15 minutes before starting the registration process. Bank details are as follows:

  • Banking Details: ABSA BANK
  • Account Number: 40-6812-6832
  • Branch Code: 632005
  • Reference: Student number

Confirmed NSFAS funded students and other sponsored students are not required to pay the Registration fee.

Vaal University of Technology, also referred to as VUT, is one of the largest residential Universities of Technology with thousands of students and 300 programs which are primarily taught in English. 

The campus and facilities are conducive to learning, research, recreation and sport, art and culture, and community service. There are 4 campuses at this university namely Vanderbijlpark Campus, Ekurhuleni Campus, Secunda Campus and Upington Campus.

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