TUT June Application 2021/2022
TUT June Application 2021/2022
Here is exactly how to apply for TUT online application 2021, pay TUT online application fee for 2021, fill and submit TUT online application 2020 form – both the hardcopy application process and the online application for TUT.
Tshwane University of Technology, aka TUT, invites prospective students who applied to study for 2021 academic year to register online or at TUT campuses namely, Pretoria, Soshanguve, Ga-Rankuwa, Witbank (eMalahleni), Nelspruit and Polokwane.
TUT ONLINE APPLICATION FEE FOR 2021:
TUT online application 2021 requires a non-refundable application fee of R240. It 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. The application fee can be made by direct bank deposit, electronic/Internet transfer or by postal order.
The application fee should be deposited or transferred to the following account:
- Bank: Absa
- Account No: 04 000 0003
- Reference No: Applicant’s ID number
Please note that NO late application fee is payable. The normal application fee is applicable to all applications for admission. Please make a copy of the proof of payment, keep the original with you, and submit the copy with your application form.
A confirmation deposit of R500 must be paid within three weeks after the receipt of the acceptance letter, in order for TUT to reserve your place in the programme. The deposit, less R240, will be refunded only if a prospective student is prevented from registering by valid reasons, for instance, if he or she fails Grade 12.
An upfront payment of R1 500 is payable on registration in January/February and in July. New students who have already paid the R500 confirmation fee need only pay R 1000 upon registration.
- If a student cancels during the registration period, he or she gets 100% credit and forfeits R240 of the class deposit.
- A full refund of fees paid will only be allowed if the student no longer qualifies or has been excluded from studying.
- NO cash will be accepted on TUT campus for paying tuition, meals and residence fees as TUT is a cashless institution. You’ll make use of direct bank deposits, electronic bank transfers, and credit card payments. Bank guaranteed cheques are also still accepted.
How to Calculate APS at Tshwane University of Technology (TUT):
APS means Admission Point Score. If you want to be a student at Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), before sending off your application form to TUT, you must know your APS calculation.
In South Africa, universities use APS points as one of the tools to see if applicants qualify for their respective programmes. Applicants will need to meet the minimum APS or fall within the testing band in order to be considered for a specific program.
Generally, for each matric subject you write an exam for, you get points. The points you get for each course will depend on the percentage you score in that particular subject. The APS score is the total points you receive from each course.
TUT has a unique APS calculation that applicants can use to work out their score.
To calculate your APS, add your six best subjects excluding Life Orientation See below a breakdown of TUT’s APS calculation:
TUT ONLINE APPLICATION 2021 CLOSING DATE:
Current application status for Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) is open.
Applications Open: March 2021
CLOSING DATES FOR TUT APPLICATIONS FOR JANUARY 2020 INTAKE:
- 15 May for courses that start in July of the same year.
- 15 June for Correctional Services Management, Dental Technology, Medical
Orthotics and Prosthetics, Policing, Pharmacy and Radiography, Road Traffic
and Municipal Police Management: Municipal and Traffic Policing.
- 15 June for all international applicants
- 31 July Agriculture: Animal Production, Agriculture: Commercial Mixed Farming, Agriculture: Crop Production, Agriculture: Development and Extension, Analytical Chemistry, Architecture: Professional , Dental Assisting, Biomedical Technology, Biokinetics, Biotechnology, Business Communication, Clinical Technology, Economic Management Analysis, Engineering: Civil, (B Tech’s), Engineering: Chemical, Engineering: Metallurgical, Environmental Health, Fire Technology, Geology, International Communication, Journalism, Legal Assistance, Nature Conservation, Nursing, Officiating and Coaching Science, Project Management, Public Relations Management, Quality, Sport and Exercise Technology, Somatology, Three-Dimensional Design, Veterinary Technology, all qualifications in the Arts Faculty and Education.
- 30 September for all other courses.