TUT Mechanical Engineering

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TUT Mechanical Engineering

TUT Mechanical Engineering

About the Department

​The faculty Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering Department encompasses three distinctive programmes in Mechanical, Mechatronics and Industrial Design that students can select from. The team of academic experts, and technical and support staff are enthusiastic about the idea of maintaining and building the department’s standing as a prominent hub of research, technology, knowledge and development in the fields of Mechanical, Mechatronics and Industrial design.

Students remain our most valuable participants. Academic staff members in the department are specialists in various fields of engineering. Apart from being committed lecturers, they are also actively involved in cutting-edge research activities that span a range of areas in Mechanical, Mechatronics and Industrial Design. The qualifications are offered from national diploma up to doctoral level.
Mechanical Engineering is one of the oldest and broadest engineering disciplines, which applies the principles of physics and materials science for the analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. It is the branch of engineering that involves the production and usage of heat and mechanical power for the design, production, and operation of machines and tools.
The mechanical student will be trained to use principles of mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, materials science, and structural analysis, along with tools like computer-aided engineering and product lifecycle management to design and analyse manufacturing plants, industrial equipment and machinery, heating and cooling systems, transport systems, aircraft, watercraft, robotics, medical devices, weapons, and more.​
Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering

TUT Admission Requirements 2024-2025

​​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:

TUT Requirements NSC – Gaps your profile ​

Results format for the new NSC-G and the minimum admission requirements for TUT:

Rating code​ Rating Marks
7 Outstanding achievement 80 – 100
6 Meritorious achievement 70 – 79
5 Degree substantial achievement 60 – 69
4 Diploma adequate achievement 50 – 59
3 Foundation moderate achievement 40 – 49
2 Elementary achievement 30 – 39
1​ Not achieved 0 –​ 29

​​Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy?

All learners are required to take one of the two subjects for NSC-G purposes

​​TUT position:

  • Mathematics is relevant to programmes that require prior knowledge of mathematics; all others may only require Mathematical Literacy. (Details of what each subject entails can be determined by looking at the DoE curriculum statements, available on the DoE website).
TUT Contact Details

Administrator – Academic Enquiries

Name: Ms NM Ratlhogo
Tel: +27 12 382 5162

Head of Department

Name: Dr Lodewyk Beneke
Tel: +27 12 382 5736

TUT Contact Centre

Tel: 086 110 2421
SMS Number: 30655

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