TUT Application Fee

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About TUT

In 2004, the University was established as the result of the union of three Technikons. By granting access to all of our communities and a place to call academically for all of their pupils, their merger hoped to address historical disparities.

With seven colleges offering programs in science, engineering and technology, business and administration, education, the humanities, and the arts, they have quickly expanded into South Africa’s largest contact university.

They were placed among the top 1000 universities in the world by Times Higher Education (THE) in 2018, and their engineering programs were among the top 300. They are ranked eighth in South Africa according to THE. We were named the top University of Technology in Africa in 2017 by the University Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP).

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As a people’s institution, we have a moral obligation to embody and protect the ambitions of our constituents. The conclusions of their 2017 Transformation Summit and the ensuing Transformation Framework, which was inspired by regional, continental, and international developmental objectives, put this strategic intent front and center.

All of their citizens have access to an intellectual home at their institution, even those who are on the periphery of society.

In order to ensure that their programs have a liberating impact, they adopt a decolonial stance.

Learning develops into a continuum of invention, creation, and technology transfer to support communities’ objectives.

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TUT Application Fee (NEW STUDENTS)

Administration fee and accepted methods of payment

Your application form must be accompanied by an R240 application fee. In the event that your application is denied, this charge, which goes toward processing application forms, is not refundable. The application cost can be paid via postal order, electronic/Internet transfer, or direct bank deposit.

The following account should receive the application fee deposit or transfer: ​

Account details

Bank: Absa

Account No: 04 000 0003

Reference No: Applicant’s ID number

Confirmation Deposit

In order for us to hold the student’s spot in the program, a confirmation deposit of R500 must be paid within three weeks of receiving the acceptance letter. Only if a prospective student is barred from enrolling for good cause, such as failing Grade 12, will the money, less R240, be returned.

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Registration/Deposit Fee Upon Registration

  • A R1 500 registration fee is due in advance in January/February and July. When registering, new students who have previously paid the R500 confirmation fee must only pay R 1000. (see 2 below for banking details for registered students).
  • If a student withdraws during the registration period, they receive a full refund minus the R240 class deposit.
  • Only if the student is no longer eligible or has been excluded from studying will they be eligible for a full refund of their tuition. ​

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