Durban University of Technology
Durban University of Technology offers many different departments as well as short courses. There are libraries at all campuses for students to use for their studies. Writing centres are offered to help students to improve their writing, reading and researching skills. Bursaries and scholarships are awarded to deserving students. All students are encouraged to apply for NSFAS funding as it provides financial relief to low income households.
- Faculty of Accounting and Informatics
- Faculty of Applied Sciences
- Faculty of Arts and Design
- Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment
- Faculty of Health Sciences
- Faculty of Management Sciences
Consult the website for information regarding fees.
- Steve Biko Campus
- ML Sultan Campus
- City Campus (Durban)
- Indumiso Campus
- Riverside Campus (Pietermaritzburg)
Applications may be done online via the website.
Applications for 2020 are closed due to all programmes being full. However, if there is a vacancy at the end of registration and you meet the department requirements, they will contact you.
Fill out the Enquiry form to be considered for the possible vacancy.
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