Everything You Need to Know About TUT Late Application

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Wanting to apply last minute? Or make some 11th-hour changes? Here’s what you should know…

Monday saw hundreds of students queuing up at both the University of Johannesburg and the Tshwane University of Technology, in a bid to seal their place on a higher learning course. Here, we’re looking at how a late application works with TUT.

There’s an 11th-hour scramble for places – as well as switches to other university courses – due to Jacob Zuma’s grand announcement that university education will be free from 2018 onwards. Students who previously couldn’t afford tertiary learning, or to undertake a certain course, now have a glimmer of hope.

It’s going to be a manic week for universities all across South Africa, but TUT is a university expecting one of the highest volumes of applicants. If you are thinking of taking on a degree, it’s certainly not too late…

Tshwane University of Technology late application:

Can we walk-in to apply?

The university has issued a strict ‘no walk-ins’ policy, and encourages students to apply online via www.tut.ac.za. There is no guarantee that you will be able to use campus IT facilities should you turn up on site.

Prospective students can also submit applications for study through the Central Application System (CAPS) on cach.dhet@gov.za​.

When is the deadline to apply for TUT?

With official registration beginning on Monday 15th January, students only have until Friday 12th January to apply for their chosen course. With just a few days before the deadline, this really is your last chance to sign up for the 2018 school year.

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How many students can apply for TUT?

According to its official website, the Tshwane institution has taken just over 100,000 applications. However, they only have 15,500 first-year places available.

What courses are still available to study?

Faculty of Information and Communication Technology
Soshanguve campus, N Dip

  • Computer System Engineering – 40 spaces available
  • Computer System Engineering (Extended programme) – 30 spaces available
  • Information Technology (Mainstream) –86 spaces available
  • Information Technology (Extended programme) – 160 spaces available

Faculty of Humanities

Soshanguve North Campus

Faculty of Humanities 

Educational Studies 

  • Technical and Vocational Education – 100 spaces available at a minimum APS score of 20

Faculty of Economics and Finance

Ga-Rankuwa Campus, N Dip

  • Accounting – 74 spaces available
  • Managerial Accounting and Finance – 95 spaces available
  • Public Sector Finance – 8 spaces available

Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment

Pretoria Campus

  • Higher Certificate Industrial Engineering – 39 spaces

Management Sciences

Pretoria Campus, N Dip

  • Contact Centre – 33 spaces available
  • Office Management and Technology – 20 spaces available
  • Credit Management (Extended programme) – 20 spaces available
  • Entrepreneurship (Extended programme) – 53 spaces available
  • Recreation Management – 14 spaces
  • Retail Business Management – 90 spaces
  • Management Services– 30 spaces

Faculty of Science

Pretoria Campus

  • N Dip Agriculture: Crop Production -30 spaces
  • N Dip Agriculture: Development and Extension – 13 spaces available
  • Bachelor Environmental Sciences – 20 spaces available
  • N Dip: Game Ranch management –  17 spaces available
  • Higher Certificate Dental Assisting (block mode)– 21 spaces available

Faculty of Science

Acadia Campus, N Dip

  • Food Technology extended – 55 spaces available
  • Environmental Sciences (Extended programme) – 20 spaces available
  • Water Care extended – 38 spaces available
  • Industrial Physics– 44 spaces

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