tut university

By | April 20, 2020

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Tshwane University of Technology

TUT University, Tshwane University of Technology is a higher education institution in South Africa that came into being through a merger of three technikons — Technikon Northern Gauteng, Technikon North-West and Technikon Pretoria.

Mission, Vision and Values

TUT’s Vision

Pioneering an enterprising and transformative brand of twenty-first Century University of Technology scholarship.​​

TUT’s Mission

In fulfilling its vision, TUT will support its students to achieve their highest potential in a safe, enabling and conducive environment by:

  • Fostering a scholarship of teaching and learning
  • Providing relevant and competitive academic programmes with seamless articulation pathways
  • Investing in state-of-the-art technology
  • Conducting relevant research and promoting innovation, engagement and social enterprise

TUT’s Values

​To attain its Vision, the staff and students of Tshwane University of Technology commit to

  • Social accountability
  • Duty of care
  • Non-discrimination
  • Greening the environment​​

Institutional Goals

  1. To prepare diverse students for rewarding careers and responsible citizenry by providing a student-centred learning experience that is underpinned by a scholarship of teaching and learning.
  2. To promote a culture of inquiry and social enterprise through technology-based postgraduate studies, research and innovation in current and emerging niche areas.
  3. To promote mutually-beneficial academic, social and economic partnerships
  4. To provide a supportive teaching and learning, working and living environment for staff and students​

Campuses

It comprises up to six satellite campuses. These campuses include Pretoria, Soshanguve, Ga-Rankuwa, Witbank (eMalahleni), Mbombela and Polokwane campuses. Two faculties, namely the Faculties of Science and The Arts, have dedicated campuses in the Pretoria city centre.

TUT University

Contact Details

TUT Contact Centre

Tel: 086 110 2421
SMS Number: 30655

See Also TUT Online Application 2020/2021

Applications for study at the Tshwane University of Technology in 2020 are fully online. Application for admission to undergraduate study programmes for both South African and international citizens closing on specific dates in the year preceding the year of study. For Application 2020, see below.

Check the list of closing dates supplied below to make sure that you submit your application on time. To use the Online Application System you will need internet access, as well as an email address that you can access regularly, because as soon as you submit your online application, a student number (EMPLID) will be sent to this email address as confirmation of receipt.

TUT Online Application Closing Date

TUT Online Application Opening Date

TUT Admission Requirement

TUT Application Fee

TUT Registration Fee 2020/2021. An application fee of R240 must accompany your application form. This fee covers the administration cost of processing application forms and is non-refundable in the event of your application being unsuccessful.

HOW TO APPLY FOR ADMISSION

An online application or a fully completed application form 2020 and recently certified (certification may not be not older than one year) copies of your original identity document and (National) Senior Certificate and/or highest academic results, as well as the administration fee, must reach TUT before the specified closing dates. Online applications can be completed by clicking on any of the links.

If you cannot apply online, you can request a manual application form from the TUT’s Contact Centre telephonically on 0861102421 (option 1) or by email to General@tut.ac.za or you can download it on the Website www.tut.ac.za and click on Enrollment.

Late applications will be considered only if there is space available in the programmes concerned. TUT can accommodate only a limited number of students per programme.

Apply to TUT through the online application form

A few things to remember when applying online to Tshwane University of Technology:

  1. Make sure you have an email address. Don’t have one? Get an email address first.
  2. Have you calculated your APS?  You’ll need to do this before applying.  Find out how.
  3. Be sure to complete the application in full to avoid delays.
  4. All applicants will be required to send a certified copy of your Identification Document (or Passports for international students).
  5. You may not fax any of these documents.
  6. Read and make sure you comply with TUT’s further instructions and important information for online application.Remember: TUT requires you to write National Benchmark Tests NBTs. Find about more about NBTs here.

You can apply by completing the hardcopy application form and either:

  • post it to:

Tshwane University of Technology
Private Bag X680
Pretoria 0001

  • or hand deliver to:

Central Admissions Office
Building 21-LG20
Pretoria Campus
Staatsartillerie Road
Pretoria West

Note: Please check the additional information on hard copy applications for more details on applying to distance campuses.

Things to note when applying via hardcopy application:
  1. Do not post cash with your application in the mail. Use postal orders or cheques with registered mail.
  2. Have you calculated your APS?  You’ll need to do this before applying.  Find out how.
  3. Make sure you have attached all relevant supporting documentation.

Useful TUT Links

Check Your Application Status here

Download TUT Online Application Form

TUT Online Application 2020-2021

TUT Application Fee

TUT Online Application Closing Date

TUT Online Application Opening Date

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