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Tshwane University of Technology Online Registration 18, Registration will take place according to a fixed schedule. Please deposit the minimum registration fee in TUT’s bank account at least 72 hours before you register.
Prospective and current students in need of financial assistance may apply for loans at Eduloan 012 382 5313/4901. Seniors are advised to use the electronic application system for registering prior to the scheduled registration dates. It will save time and effort to avoid queuing to register.
There is not yet a facility for e-payment. Please ensure that payment is made in advance at Absa or Standard Bank and bring proof of payment along for registration purposes. Students with outstanding debt can determine their credit status by phoning 086 110 2421, since accounts with outstanding debt are blocked. Such blocks are automatically removed upon payment of the outstanding amounts

The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) is a proud product of South Africa’s first decade of democracy. While the size and scope of this dynamic new institution impress, the quality of its teaching, research and community engagement is what makes the University really stands out.

Tshwane University of Technology Online Registration 18, TUT was established on 1 January 2004, with the merging of the former Technikon Northern Gauteng, Technikon North-West and Technikon Pretoria. At the time of the merger, the uniquely South African institutional designation of “technikon” was dropped in favour for the internationally accepted “university of technology” designation.

Students
This new mega-institution annually enrols approximately 60 000 students. Its student body is one of the most demographically representative in the country in terms of both race and gender, reflecting the Rainbow Nation in all its diversity. With almost 22 per cent of contact students accommodated in residences, the University is by far the largest residential higher education institution in Southern Africa.

Campuses
Its geographic footprint covers four of South Africa’s nine provinces – Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo and the North-West Province – with campuses located in Tshwane (Pretoria, Soshanguve and Ga-Rankuwa), Mbombela (previously called Nelspruit), eMalahleni (previously called Witbank) and Polokwane (previously called Pietersburg). Large numbers of students are also drawn from other provinces and from neighbouring countries such as Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Swaziland.

Staff members
TUT employs more than 2 700 permanent staff members, including almost 855 highly qualified permanent academics. These academics are increasingly focusing on conducting applied research and community engagement activities in addition to their instructional roles. Caring for the underprivileged, the upliftment of people and assisting those in need are key elements of the University’s community engagement strategy.

Career-focused
TUT is truly an institution in service of the Southern African community. One of its key focuses is, therefore, the economic and social development of the Southern African region. In its quest to promote knowledge and technology, it provides the market with a career-focused workforce. It also aims at making a significant contribution to creating sustainable economic growth that will impact on the standard of living of all of the region’s people.

The education offered at TUT, with its entrepreneurial focus, opens up unlimited opportunities for students to become job creators and entrepreneurs. This is established by creating prosperity through the stimulation of innovation and creative thinking. This is facilitated by various incubators and technology stations.

TUT strives to be a leading institution, viewing the diversity of its staff, students and other stakeholders as a strength to be nurtured in service of the country and the African continent. The University is committed to ongoing transformation to make it ever more responsive to the needs of Southern Africa and the continent, as a whole

Tshwane University of Technology Online Registration

Tshwane University of Technology Online Registration

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The academic calendar has been revised to make up for the time lost. Below is a summary of the most important dates. To access the full revised TUT Core Calendar please click here.

Contact: admission@tut.ac.za
Tel: 012 382 5750/5780
Tel: 012 382 4891/4388

Online Application and Registration
Admissions Point Score system (APS)
Grades Companion
(Figures cited in this document are just estimates. The University reserves the right to amend these figures. Readers are advised to check the final fee details with the university towards the end of each year (around November-December).
General Information for First Year Enrolment
Career Counselling
Application Form and information
Admission Requirements
Potential Assessment
– Change of Qualification Form:

January Commencing schedule for all campuses
January Registration schedule for all campuses

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