How To Track Your DUT Application
Have you applied to study at the Durban University of Technology and now you want to know where your application stands? Well, here's how to track your application.
If you've applied to study at the Durban University of Technology, you're probably going to want to check at what stage your application is at. Read further to learn how to do so.
With approximately 33 000 students, the Durban University of Technology (DUT) is the first choice for higher education in KwaZulu-Natal.
How To Check Your Application Status
- Go to the CAO Website
- Click on My Application
- Fill in the required details in the fields
- Follow the prompts
- You should be able to view your status then
DUT was formed in 2002 by the merger of Technikon Natal and ML Sutan Technikon, and was previously known as the Durban Institute of Technology. It has seven campuses, with five in Durban, and two in the Midlands.
DUT is dedicated to intellectual evolution. Durban University of Technology is a technical university which offers many different departments as well as short courses.
Durban University of Technology offers many different departments as well as short courses. There are libraries at all campuses for students to use for their studies. Writing centres are offered to help students to improve their writing, reading and researching skills. Bursaries and scholarships are awarded to deserving students. All students are encouraged to apply for NSFAS funding as it provides financial relief to low income households.
Shakeerah, from Careers Portal, sits down with Min'entle from The Knowledge Trust, to talk about their new WhatsApp Expo! This is the world's first ever WhatsApp Expo and is a 3-month experience covering Guidance, Education, and Employment.
Most popular articles today
The Basic Education Minister addressed the media on Friday afternoon where she gave an update on the Basic Education Employment Initiative. This initiative sees thousands of youth being hired to fill school assistant job vacancies.
Other people were also interested in:
The learner dropout rate in South African public schools led to the Basic Education Minister declaring it as a crisis. The Zero Dropout Campaign has been advocating for strategies to keep learners at school, as President Cyril Ramaphosa encouraged in the National Teachers Award Ceremony last week.
A group of Grade 12 pupils in the Western Cape will soon be writing Africa's first-ever matric paper on marine science. One of them went down her journey in studying the subject over the past three years.