Accommodation Options For CUT Students
A student having accommodation of a good standard is beneficial to the student's academics as well as the institution. Here are some student accommodation options for those who study at CUT.
If you're a student or looking to study at UFS and seeking accommodation, there are many spaces available for you to choose from. If you're a student or looking to study at the Central University of Technology and seeking accommodation, there are many spaces available for you to choose from.
Ladies Residences: Huis Technikon, Welgemoed
Men Residences: Eendrag
Mixed Residences: Graduandi House (Postgrad)
- Mannheim Ladies
- situated on the corner of King Edward road and Ella streets, within walking distance of CUT Bloemfontein Campus
- situated on the corner of Goddard and Saltzman Streets, within walking distance of the CUT Bloemfontein Campus
- Mannheim Men
- situated on the corner of King Edward road and Ella streets, within walking distance of the CUT campus
- accommodates sport students and is situated in Park Road, within walking distance from the CUT campus in Bloemfontein
Application forms for Residences at CUT must reach the Residence Office by the closing dates indicated below. Residence application forms that are not submitted directly to the office will not be processed. Forms can be submitted via the CUT website or check the form for other submission options. Applications open on 1 August and closes 8 January.
DigsConnect is also a good avenue for students to take when they are searching for accommodation. They make finding accommodation easier for students as their website is tailored for students. Read our article on DigsConnect here to get more information.
There are also always options such as Gumtree, Junkmail ads, property websites and Facebook where advertisements for property can be found.
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