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TUT First Year Course Information 2025

TUT First Year Course Information 2025. Making a career decision should not be taken lightly. There are several aspects that need to be taken into account. The following steps form part of a comprehensive career plan.

Step 1: Identify your interests

Step 2: Know you personality

Step 3: Know your aptitude

Step 4: Know your values and needs

Step 5: Conduct career research

Step 6: Make a career decision

TUT First Year Course Information 2025

TUT First Year Course Information 2025

The Directorate of Student Development and Support offers a comprehensive Career Counselling service. This service is available to all who would like to make an informed decision when choosing a course to study or a career.

The course and career recommendations are not restricted to the Tshwane University of Technology only, but are directed at addressing the needs of the individual.

The following specialised services are available to all prospective students: Career counselling interviews for basic information and the verification of study and career options as well as basic career planning (available at all learning sites at no cost).

Full psychometric assessment, detailed feedback with recommendations on suitable study and career options and a comprehensive written report. This process is recommended to prospective students who are uncertain about their abilities, interests, personality and appropriate career options (available at specific learning sites; costs involved).

Please phone the applicable number for further information and to make arrangements:

eMalahleni: 012 382 3109/10
Ga-Rankuwa: 012 382 0701
Mbombela: 012 382 3672/70
Polokwane: 012 382 0953
Soshanguve: 012 382 9863
Pretoria: 012 382 4394/4826/5075
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General Career enquiries NOT related to TUT admission processes:

Bookings for career assessments

Prospective students with disabilities

Contact the campus where you wish to enrol or the Disability Coordinator at the Pretoria Campus: Tel: 012 382 5072

TUT Information

As a dynamic university of technology, the Tshwane University of Technology will provide you with unlimited opportunities for professional and personal development, while equipping you with skills and knowledge to live your life to the fullest and to create your own destiny. Academically, TUT is divided into seven faculties as indicated.

Programme Information Please Note

  • Life Orientation and an achievement level of 1 in a subject are not considered in the calculation of the Admission Point Score (APS).
  • Prospective students will not be admitted to any programme without prior evaluation.
  • Course Information 2025

Minimum Admission Requirements

TUT admission requirements for entry-level programmes adhere to national legislation and therefore the following are required:

  • Bachelor’s degrees: at least four subjects at performance level 4.
  • Diplomas: at least four subjects at performance level

Please verify specific and additional requirements per programme as indicated in the brochure.

How to apply for admission

  • To apply for admission, please visit www.tut.ac.za .
  • A valid email address is required before an electronic application can be submitted.
  • An email address can be obtained from any one of the free email providers: www.hotmail.com www.yahoo.com www.gmail.com
  • A non-refundable fee of R240 can be deposited beforehand at:

Absa Bank

Account Number: 04 000 000 3

  • In the Reference column, please fill in your Identity
  • Do not use this account number for any further payments.
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Please Note

  • The application deadlines are listed under each programme in this brochure.
  • Please apply as soon as possible because a programme may close any time when it is full, even if the deadline has not yet

Reference number

When the application has been processed, the applicant will be allocated a unique reference number (his/her student number) for identification purposes

Residence information

Residence information can be downloaded from this link: https://www.tut.ac.za/saed/arlc/about

NSFAS

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) provides financial aid to academically deserving and financially needy students who wish to study at a public tertiary institutions. Apply online

For more information please contact NSFAS directly at 0860 067 327 or visit www.nsfas.org.za.

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