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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. 


In an era where technology is prevalent in the everyday lives of civilians, jobs in the field of technology have developed to keep up with this technological market. A career in Graphic Design is one of many occupations that have come to be as a result of technology, and with it, comes many institutions that offer courses that can help students in their pursuit of a career in the field of Graphic Design.


The Tswane University of Technology has announced that they will be suspending all contact classes following the death of one of it's students due to Covid-19 related complications.


If you want to study next year, you need to start by applying. The key is to find out the 2022 institution application dates. Applying for tertiary studies can be challenging to find out the details you need. From finding out the application dates so that you can start collecting all of the documents required. Application dates may vary and/or change due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Most colleges are opening up for 2022 applications during the month of May. 


Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) recognises themselves as a university that empowers people. Apply to TUT now!


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.


Minister Blade Nzimande says that TVET Colleges are set to reopen as per the TVET calendar for 2021, released weeks ago. 


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. 


The National Senior Certificate exams commenced last week and with the added stress caused by the Covid-19 pandemic grade 12 students have to master their study techniques to succeed. Since this year consisted mostly of online work online study tips may come in handy. 


83 grade 12 learners and their teachers at Klaas Mothapo Secondary School in Limpopo have started a catch-up program by turning their school into a camp. 


2020 has been a challenging year, especially for learners at schools and those in matric, which is why Umalusi is so concerned that they may not be ready for their exams which are approaching. Due to lockdown learners lost a lot of valuable class time to learn the syllabus. Mafu Rakometsi, CEO of Umalusi, addressed his concerns about how disruptions by the current pandemic may have affected the education system.


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.


Stage 2 allows for Universities to have 66% of the student body back on campus. However, not all Universities have opted to have students back. Last week, the Minister of Higher Education outlined the risk levels at which Universities in South Africa rank according to things such as safety on campuses and also how well they can implement online learning.


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. 


The Science Education Centre at the University of Limpopo will be moving its science programmes online. The programmes promote science awareness and aim to not only educate learners in school but members of the public as well.


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. 


The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) is calling for the National School Nutrition Programme to be made available to all learners. 


Why do students like online learning? There are many advantages of studying online. Online learning involves enrolling in a course on the internet and learning through online work. 

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