Tshwane University of Technology TUT Online Application 2024-2025
You may apply to TUT online. In order to apply online you will need a working email address and your South African identity number, or, if you are an international applicant, your passport number.
If you are unable to apply to TUT online, you may submit a paper application by printing the forms from the links below, and sending them to the Admissions Office.
HOW TO APPLY
Step 1: Get your application form.
- Online Application:
Undergraduate and postgraduate applicants use the same online application process.
- Hardcopy Application:
This option is only available to undergraduate applicants. Postgraduates need to apply online.
You can post your application to:
Private Bag X680
Step 2: Complete your application form in full.
*Remember you’ll need an email address.
Step 3: Attach all supporting documents.
Step 4: Apply for residence should you need student accommodation.
TUT Courses Offered
The university of technology offers a wide variety of under- and postgraduate qualifications that fit into the following faculties:
- Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment
- Faculty of Science
- Faculty of Humanities
- Faculty of Management Sciences
- Faculty of Information and Communication Technology
- Faculty of The Arts
- Faculty of Economics and Finance
Tshwane University Of Technology Admission Requirements
Minimum general admission requirements for study at TUT
No person may be registered as a student in a programme of TUT, unless he or she has complied with the following
General admission requirements for TUT
- A pass mark in English at Senior Certificate level (minimum additional language; certain programmes may require first or home language status)
- Each course has its own specific admission requirements.
- Prospective students should note that the admission requirements of individual programmes could change from year to year.
- For some programmes, students will be required to write an admission test, which will determine whether they will be admitted to the programme, or whether it will be recommended to them that they enrol for a relevant foundation course.
- The following table indicates the levels of performance required for entry to specific levels of study:
Online registration commences on January and closes on February.
If you failed a subject during 1st semester, you are not allowed to re-register the same subject for 2nd semester.
Re-examinations subject: registrations will be done automatically by the institution which implies that you shouldn’t register the subjects yourself.
You are not allowed to register a follow up subject for the 2nd semester if you passed the pre-requisite subject (example: any 2nd or 3rd year subjects) in the 1st semester.