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Have you written your supplementary or final examinations at the Tshwane University of Technology and are wondering how you can gain access to your exam results? If your answer is yes, then here's how you can gain access to your exam results.


A number of university students slept outside the gates of their campus, in hope of getting help from the institution after being evicted.  It has been alleged that one student has been hospitalized due to not coping with the cold weather conditions.

 


The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) was established in 2004 when four Technikons were combined. Students attending the university will have to use the TUT iTS enabler as their student portal.

 

 


If you are interested in attending the Tshwane University of technology but are not sure about what the admission requirements are, then keep reading to find out.


Tshwane University of Technology recognises themselves as a university that empowers people. Applications to study at TUT are now open for the 2023 academic year.


If you have your sights set on studying at Tshwane University of Technology this year, then it might help to familiarise yourself with some of the courses that they have on offer. Have a look at all the ones listed below. 


Still looking for a place to study in 2022? Tshwane University of Technology has now opened late applications for some of their programme so be sure to apply and don't miss your chance.


Tshwane University of Technology, what we know as TUT, has opened their registrations for the 2022 academic year. 


If you're a student at the Tshwane University of Technology and you have written all of your exams for the 2022 academic year then you might be interested to know how you can access these exam results. Here's how you can go about doing so. 


After a cluster Covid-19 outbreak at the Tshwane University of Technology Pretoria campuses, students have accused management of failing to enforce Covid-19 regulations in order to curb the spread of the virus. 


Following reports by the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) that the country's Covid-19 cases have increased in the past week. TUT is looking to implement measures that will ensure the safety of its staff and students as the academic year draws to a close.


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. 


The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), is a government bursary scheme that provides funding for underprivileged students. Are you a TUT student and wondering if they'll fund you? Here's the answer.


The University of Pretoria has recorded over a 100 new Covid-19 cases over the last few days. Officials have expressed concern towards on campus university outbreaks and spreading.


Tshwane University of Technology has opened their late applications for 2021. Limited space is available so hurry and apply before it's too late.


Trying to decide where to study further? Well, the North West is home to excellent tertiary education offerings. Studying in the North West, you will be afforded a range of both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Here is a list of the Universities in the North West. 


The ports of entry have been prepared for the high volume of travellers expected to return back to South Africa in January 2021. 


Did you know Tshwane University of Technology offers many different qualifications in Chemistry? TUT's faculty of Science is a leading research faculty that makes substantial contribution every year to the total research output of the country.


Students at Tshwane University of Technology are demanding their allowances from NSFAS after having their accounts allegedly see no payments from the financial aid scheme for months. This then would cause problems to student livelihoods and put extra strain of them, especially now during this unprecedented time. 


Foreign tourists might be able to travel to South Africa again and local travel might soon have a comeback. eNCA spoke to a Tourism lecturer from Tshwane University of Technology about this decision. 


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