Tut online application form for 2015

Tut online application 2015 The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) is a proud product of South Africa’s first decade of democracy. While the size and scope of this dynamic new institution impress, the quality of its teaching, research and community engagement is what makes the University really stands out.


TUT was established on 1 January 2004, with the merging of the former Technikon Northern Gauteng, Technikon North-West and Technikon Pretoria. At the time of the merger, the uniquely South African institutional designation of “technikon” was dropped in favour for the internationally accepted “university of technology” designation.


Its geographic footprint covers four of South Africa’s nine provinces – Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo and the North-West Province – with campuses located in Tshwane (Pretoria, Soshanguve and Ga-Rankuwa), Mbombela, eMalahleni (previously called Witbank) and Polokwane (previously called Pietersburg).


Closing Dates 15 May for courses that start in July of the same year 15 June for all International Applicants and Medical orthotics and Prothetics, Nature Conservation, Radiography and Dental Technology 31 July for all other courses Application Fee
A non-refundable administration fee of R220 must accompany this application. The administration fee may be deposited at Absa Bank, account number 040000003. Please write B102/0120 in the reference column, and the first ten digits of your identity number. The original deposit slip should be uploaded onto the system.


Tut online application form for 2015

2015 Application Forms NOW available Note that the closing date is the 31st of July for 2015 Applications.



  1. Call the TUT Contact Centre on 0861102421 or 012-382 5533/4 and request the application form;
  2. E-mail your application form request with your details and postal address to [email protected]
  3. SMS the words ‘TUT’, your name, name of the course you are interested in, your postal address and email address to 41478.
  4. Follow this link to download/print out the application form: http://goo.gl/zLJtFu

General Rules


  1. Any student who would like to be considered for financial assistance needs to complete the relevant application form and submit it together with the relevant supportive documents at their local Financial Aid Office before a predetermined closing date.
  2. Only applications that have been completed correctly, in full and submitted before the prescribed closing dates shall be considered for financial aid.
  3. The Directorate of Financial Aid will acknowledge receipt of the application before a predetermined date in the year proceeding the year of application (senior returning students).
  4. Any allocation made is provisional and subject to the verification of official documentation.
  5. Only students who have been registered for full-time subsidised study programmes are eligible.
  6. A student’s eligibility shall be based on academic performance and financial neediness (as determined by a means test). In the latter case, the student shall furnish information on the sources of income of his or her family.
  7. Any new student must first comply with minimum admission/selection requirements for the institutional academic programmes before being considered.
  8. The academic criteria used to test eligibility shall be the applicant’s latest academic results.
  9. Financial aid is awarded for one year only and students must re-apply annually.
  10. Financial aid may be withdrawn if the student may be found to have breached the rules of conduct at any time.
  11. A student who receives assistance from more than one source will be allocated funding to the maximum of the full study costs of that particular academic year.
  12. University academic merit bursaries will automatically be allocated annually to all students who qualify in terms of the criteria.


The following documentation must be supplied by the student:

  1. A certified ID copy of the applicant (South African Citizens only);
  2. Certified ID copies of both parents;
  3. Certified copy or birth certificate of all the dependents that are supported by the parent (s) guardian
  4. ;.
  5. Proof of income of both parents or guardian (salary slip, pension slip or child grant slip – not older than 3 months);
  6. Certified copy of latest Grade 12 results 9only for first time applicant);
  7. Affidavit (not older than 3 months) from unemployed parent (s)/guardian or UIF slip to be provided (by parent not student);
  8. Death certificates of diseased parents;
  9. Proof of registration if one or more members are studying at a tertiary level;
  10. All reported family members of the household will be validated by way of a certified copy of an identity document or birth certificate – otherwise they will be excluded. 


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