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TUT Advanced Diploma in Computer Systems Engineering (ADYE20)

Electrical (Electronics), or a Diploma in Computer Systems Engineering, or a relevant bachelor’s degree, or an equivalent qualification at NQF Level 6 with a minimum of 360 credits. Holders of any other equivalent South African or international qualification may also be considered, see Chapter 1 of Students’ Rules and Regulations.

TUT Advanced Diploma in Computer Systems Engineering (ADYE20)

NQF Level 7

Admission requirements

A National Diploma: Engineering: Computer Systems, or a National Diploma: Information Technology in the field of Intelligent Industrial Systems, or a National Diploma: Engineering.

Presentation

Day classes offered on Saturdays over a period of two years. Online classes are also offered in some instances, but assessments are on campus.

Campus offering course

  • Soshanguve South.

Applicants will be informed of their status per official letter from the Office of the Registrar, alternatively, they can check their application status on the TUT website, www.tut.ac.za.

Contact details

  • The Head of Department: Prof Pius Owolawi
  • 2 Aubrey Matlala Road, Block L, Soshanguve South Campus
  • Tel: 012 382 9536
  • Email: [email protected]

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