How To Apply To TUT

Wednesday, 22 September, 2021 - 09:20
Lauren Chawula
How To Apply To TUT

Are you interested in studying at Tshwane University of Technology and you need help applying? Well we can help. Find the easy steps on how to apply below. 


Tshwane University of Technology's (TUT) applications for 2022 are open and will close on 30 September 2021, so apply now!

Students may apply online or manually by completing an Application for Admission form and posting it to TUT. 

How To Apply To TUT

  • Click here to start the application process at TUT 
  • Click on 'Apply Now' on the top right corner of the screen. 
  • Select whether you have a student number or not (If this is your first time applying you will not have a student number yet)
  • Select whether you are returning to complete an application
  • Select if you have a Qualification Specific Token (this token was only given to specific students to show them a pre-defined list of qualifications) 
  • Click 'I Accept' to the consent form 
  • Follow the instructions given throughout the application. 

Download the the 2022 TUT Application for Admission form here. 

If you choose to apply manually then you can post the application form to: 

Tshwane University of Technology 

Private Bag X680

Pretoria 0001

If you would like to hand deliver the application in person then you can submit it in person to the following address: 

Central Admissions Office

Building 21-LG20

Pretoria Campus

Staatsartillerie Road

Pretoria West

Applications for the following campuses should also be posted to or submitted at the addresses above: 

  • Pretoria Campus
  • Arcadia Campus
  • Arts Campus
  • Ga-Rankuwa Campus and
  • Soshanguve North and South Campus

Applications for the distant campuses must be posted or submitted as follows: 

How To Apply To TUT


Applicants are expected to pay an application fee of R240 for their application. The application fee can be paid to ABSA BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER: 04 000 0003 In the Reference column, please fill in your identity number. NB: Do not use this account number for any further payments.

Applicants must submit a complete application form with recently certified (certification may not be older than one year) copies of their original identity document, their (National) Senior Certificate and/or highest academic results, as well as the administration fee before the specified closing dates for each programme. 

TUT has said that late applications may be considered but only if there is space available in the programmes as the university can only accommodate a limited number of students per programme. 

Visit the TUT website for more information.

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