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Are you looking to pursue your studies at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology? Are you wondering how you can apply to CPUT to study in 2022? Well we can help. Find out how to apply below. 


The Cape Peninsula University of Technology provides its students with a platform called Blackboard on which students can access all the information necessary for their studies. If you're unsure of how to login to the CPUT Blackboard we are here to help. Follow the easy steps down below. 


Cape Peninsula University of Technology have opened their applications for the 2022 intake. CPUT aims to have an impact on the world of technology.


Late applications for 2021 at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology, better known as CPUT, are open. Late applications are open for programmes which have space open.


Cape Peninsula University of Technology will only be conducting off-campus registrations this year. This is to comply with COVID-19 protocols for Higher Education institutions. Please register immediately since spaces in programmes fill up quickly.


Have you applied to study at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology and now you want to know where your application stands? Well, here's how to track your application.


The Cape Peninsula University of Technology has announced that they'll be extending their applications for 2021. If you haven't applied yet, now's your chance. CPUT aims to have an impact on the world of technology.


Students at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology are being denied access to campuses, even though they fall under the 33% of students which should be allowed back to do practical work. 


It’s been proven that if you have your accommodation sorted, it can have you perform better in your academics. CPUT students and future students, here are some options for your accommodation.


Step one was applying to CPUT. Step two was you getting accepted. Congratulations by the way, that was a massive step to success in your future. Now, next step, is figuring out how you're going to pay for your studies. No need to worry, there are a bunch of options for you. 


Cape Peninsula University of Technology has confirmed that a student on res has tested positive for Covid-19. 


Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) is the last University in Western Cape to start online learning. This comes as all Universities have had an official move to a remote learning approach as of 1 June.


An essential services staff member at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology has tested positive for Covid-19 at their District Six campus. 


Government has ruled that Higher Education institutions are not to resume campus-based activities. Institutions have had to step up and make alternative plans to continue their academic programmes. CPUT has announced it's plan.


Due to the lockdown, CPUT has had to postpone their open day. Further details to follow.


Lockdown has delayed many academic programmes of higher education institutions. CPUT will not be engaging online teaching methods and assessments. 

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