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Durban University of Technology: Application 2019 – Apply to DUT
Durban University of Technology (DUT) encourage prospective students to apply online through the Central Application Office, or CAO.
Online application deadline is 31 October 2019.
Institution: Durban University of Technology (DUT)
Prospective DUT students should apply through the Central Application Office, or CAO. A matric pupil need only fill out the CAO application form and select which tertiary education institutes they want to apply to. The CAO then distributes their application and later lets the pupil know which institutions accepted him or her. Applications through the CAO open on 01 March 2019 and close on 31 October 2019. Pupils can apply online and find more information by clicking here!
How to apply?
To help you get the most out of the information provided, here are a few key points you should bear in mind:
Identify the course you wish to study. Programmes offered can be found in the Department Handbooks.
The minimum entrance requirements for admission to the DUT for a South African applicant is a Senior Certificate or a recognized equivalent qualification. Over and above the minimum entrance requirements, each department also sets specific entrance requirements.
With effect from 1 January 2009 the following are the entrance requirements :
a National Senior Certificate (NSC) as certified by Umalusi Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training provided that a minimum of 4 recognised NSC 20-credit subjects must be passed.
These four subjects must:
include English with an achievement rating of 3 or better;
not exceed 2 official languages; and
have an achievement rating of 3 or better, in accordance with the NSC levels of achievement below:
International applicants are required to check the International Brochure for detailed information on the admission process.
Apply online at the Central Applications Office (CAO). (A prospective student who wishes to study at the DUT must apply via the CAO.)
South Africans learners wishing to apply online will need a working email address and an ID number. Foreign learners wishing to apply will need to have their passport number.
Applicants are required to pay an application fee. There is an accompanying application fee of R200.00 for on time applications and R400.00 for late applications.
For more information, please visit DUT’s Fees booklet here.
Submitting of Results and Documents:
School learners must ensure that all examination results from Grade 11 until September of Grade 12 are submitted. Failure to do such may result in delays within the student’s application process. You might find that you applied early in Grade 12 and thus only sent in your final Grade 11 results. If this is true, as the year progresses and you receive more results keep sending them through to DUT, that way they will have all your results by the time finals come around.
Transferring students should too ensure that all transcripts and academic records are submitted as early as possible as well as that a final transcript of current studies being undertaken reaches the Admissions Office as soon as possible after receipt.
Once you have applied, keep a look out for your acceptance and/or provisional acceptance letter. You are encouraged to monitor your application status at all times, and can do so here.
Close: 31 October 2019 – late applications accepted
Application Dates, please visit here.
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