How To Track Your TUT Application

Tuesday, 16 February, 2021 - 15:32
Lauren Chawula

Tshwane University of Technology, better known as TUT, recognises themselves as a university that empowers people. If you have applied to TUT and you've been wondering how to track your application then keep reading. 


If you have applied to Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) and you're awaiting admission then you will want to keep track of your application. 

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.

The following are faculties offered at the university:

  • Arts and Design
  • Economics and Finance
  • Engineering and the Built Environment
  • Humanities
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Management Sciences
  • Science

The university has more than 400 career options, attracting more than 60 000 students annually. Apart from having the finest academic minds from all over the world, TUT also offers a rich multicultural student life, ensuring that our students enjoy a well-rounded varsity experience. 

How To Check Your TUT Application Status

  1. Go to:
  2. Fill in the required fields i.e. ID number or Full Name and Date of Birth. 
  3. Click 'Submit'
  4. You will then be able to view your application status. 

 Tshwane University of Technology is a higher education institution in South Africa that came into being through a merger of three technikons — Technikon Northern Gauteng, Technikon North-West and Technikon Pretoria.

Visit the Tshwane University of Technology website for more information.

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