TUT Application Status

TUT Application Status

How to Check Your Tshwane University Of Technology – TUT Application Status 2024. In this post, we’ll guide you through the steps to check your Tshwane University Of Technology Application Status, the school fees, the TTU penalty fees, and the closing date for the 2024 academic year.

How To Check Your TUT Application Status 2024/2025

Follow the steps below to check for your Tshwane University Of Technology application status

  1. Visit the TUT website at www.tut.ac.za
  2. Click on the Menu Button from the top right corner
  3. Then click on the Study at TUT tab
  4. Click on I want to Study
  5. Click on Check your Admission Status
  6. After that, enter your ID number
  7. Then, click on the Submit button
  8. Your admission Status will be displayed

Tshwane University Of Technology School Fees

Below are the TTU academic school fees for the 2024 academic year;

  • Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) is a higher education institution in South Africa. The school fee for TUT is R1,005.00 for the Academic Session.
  • Tuition fees are payable per subject, except in the case of a dissertation or thesis. If a subject is repeated, the required class fees have to be paid again.
  • The fees payable for the different subjects appear in a separate publication pertaining to fees.

TTU Notable Penalty Fees 2024/2025

The penalty for studying at other institutions without prior permission is R595 per application.

Penalty for distance education students

  • Change of examination venue after the closing date will attract a fee of R1,172
  • Submitting the same assignment more than once for marking will attract a fee of R130 per assignment

Recognition of prior learning (RPL)

  • Application fee: R344
  • Assessment fee: R700 per assessment
  • Statement on replacement of certificate: R223 per statement
  • Application to study at another Institution: R240 per application

TLT Lab Fee

  • A non-refundable amount of R160 per annum is payable to cover the maintenance and upgrading of Teaching and Learning equipment in classrooms (not applicable to postgraduate, distance education, and work-integrated learning students)

Student Extracurricular Fees (SEF)

  • Student Extracurricular Fee (SEF) levy of R670, as defined in paragraph 49 of the Value-Added Tax Act, 1991 (Act No. 89 of 1991), is payable upon registration.
  • This fee is compulsory for all registered TUT students

Please note: that these fees are subject to change, and it’s essential to refer to the most up-to-date information provided by the Tshwane University of Technology for accurate and current fee details.

Tshwane University Of Technology Bank Details

Bank NameABSA Bank (main account – exclusively for application fee)
Account holder: Tshwane University of Technology
Account number:040 000 003
Branch code: 632005
Account type:Cheque or current account
Reference:Identity number

Related Link: TUT Late Application

Bank NameABSA Bank (Student Account)
Account holder: Tshwane University of Technology
Account number:405 314 2603
Branch code: 632005
Account type:Cheque or current account
Reference:Student number

Related Link: CPUT Late Application

Bank NameStandard Bank
Account holder: Tshwane University of Technology
Account number:011 414 154
Branch:West End
Branch code: 010345
Account type:Cheque or current      account
Reference:Student number

TUT Application Deadline Date

The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) has announced that the online application system for the 2024/2025 academic year will open on 1 March 2024

The closing date for applications for admission for specific programs for 2024/2025 is 15 June  2024 

The deadline for specific programs and international applications for 2024/2025 is 31 July 2024 

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