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What Documents Are Needed at TUT?

If you are considering applying to study at TUT for the 2024 academic year, here is important information and guidelines you should follow for a successful application:

What Documents Are Needed at TUT?

Necessary Documents for Application

When applying for admission, please ensure that you submit the following required documents:

  • Passport or Identification Pages: A clear copy of your passport or identification document showing your personal details and photographs.
  • Transcript or Latest Academic Result: Provide a copy of your official academic transcript or the most recent academic result from your current or previous educational institution.
  • Proof of Registration at Home University: If you are currently enrolled at another university, include a document confirming your registration status at your home institution.
  • Proof of Medical Insurance: Submit a valid proof of medical insurance coverage, demonstrating that you have adequate health insurance for the duration of your intended study period.
  • Letter of Recommendation: Include a letter of recommendation from a teacher, professor, employer, or academic advisor, highlighting your academic achievements and potential for successful studies.

Please ensure that all documents are clear, valid, and meet the specified requirements for a smooth and successful application process.

Online Application Submission

Prospective applicants are required to submit their applications online through the official TUT website at www.tut.ac.za. The application portal can be accessed by clicking on the “Apply Now” button located at the top of the webpage.

Alternatively, you can visit the “I want to study” section on the website to find details about available programs, admission requirements, and other application-related information.

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Submission Deadlines

To be considered for admission, it is crucial to adhere to the specified closing dates for application submissions. These deadlines are provided by TUT and may vary for different study programs. Ensure you submit your application before the respective closing date to avoid any complications.

Required Documents

A fully completed online application must be accompanied by recently certified copies of the following documents:
– Your original identity document
– (National) Senior Certificate or highest academic results.

Administration Fee

Along with the application and supporting documents, applicants are required to make an immediate payment of an administration fee amounting to R240. This fee is non-refundable and must be paid to initiate the application process.

Certification of Documents

Ensure that the certified copies of your documents are not older than one year. Outdated certifications may lead to application rejection, so make sure all documents are up-to-date.

Late Applications

Late applications may be considered if there are available spaces in certain study programs. However, it is important to note that TUT can only accommodate a limited number of students per program, aligning with the approved enrolment target of the university.

Full Policing, Law, and Legal Support Programs

It is essential to be aware that Policing, Law, and Legal Support qualifications are already full for the 2024 intake. Therefore, applications for these programs will not be accepted.

Make sure to follow the application guidelines meticulously and submit all required documents before the closing dates to increase your chances of being admitted to TUT for the 2024 academic year. It’s advisable to regularly check the TUT website for any updates or changes in the application process.

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