TUT online applications open on Monday

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Those who wish to study at the Tshwane University of Technology this year could apply online between Monday to Friday as the university will not accept walk-in-students, the institution said in a statement.

“The university will not accommodate any walk-in-students for the purpose of submitting late applications, only applications received via the late application enquiry system on www.tut.ac.za or the Call Centre 086-110-2421, will be processed.”

TUT said most of its programmes were full for 2015 as 98 367 applications for first-year programmes were received by the end of last year.

The university could only accommodate 13 874 first-time students at all its sites in 2015.

“Advice to learners who are still interested to study at TUT this year is to submit an enquiry for the programme they are interested in between 12 and 16 January, and once accepted, apply online.”

TUT’s late application enquiry system would automatically check the admission requirements to see if the prospective students qualified to apply for a specific programme and if space was available.

“Learners whose enquiries are successful will receive an SMS with further instructions. If the enquiry was unsuccessful, the learner will receive an SMS inviting them to send another enquiry for another course,” TUT said.

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