The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) 2022 prospectus for prospective students of the 2022 academic year is now available online. Prospective undergraduate and postgraduate students should check the TUT Prospectus 2022 PDF download before proceeding to the Tshwane University of Technology APPLICATION 2022.
The Administrative body at the Tshwane University of Technology officially announced the release of the undergraduate and postgraduate TUT Prospectus 2022 PDF download and has made it available online in PDF for interested candidates.
TUT Prospectus 2022 pdf serves as a guide/manual to the necessary things that are to be known before applying for the University. The list of courses, admission requirements, and all admission application information is included in the prospectus.
Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) PROSPECTUS 2022
The prospectus has successfully been uploaded online and can be accessed via the respective links below.
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|2||TUT Postgraduate Prospectus 2022||Download PDF|
The University TUT also encourages students to be very cautious when choosing their qualifications. Also, put into consideration their personal abilities and their career goals. How will the career I choose profit me where I want to go? Am I ready for open distance e-learning at a practical level? We need to also tell you that TUT Prospectus contains the list of courses, admission requirements, and all admission application information to guide you through the Tshwane University of Technology admission process.
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If you wish to apply to the Tshwane University of Technology after reviewing the Prospectus, you must consider the following:
- You hold an NSC or NCV and an endorsement that enables you to enroll in a bachelor’s degree program or an equal certificate.
- You meet all of the admissions requirements for the program you choose to enroll in. Meeting the minimum eligibility requirements for the desired program of study does not guarantee admission, since each program has a limited vacancy.
- You have a minimum level of 4 (50%) in the TUT language of instruction, which is either English or Afrikaans (only applicable to some programs).
- In order to take a certain university module, you must complete certain high school subjects with a certain level of achievement. For eg, if you want to pursue a BSc in Physics with Engineering subjects, you’ll need a 70 percent in Mathematics in Grade 12. Please see the section on faculty-specific entry criteria for more details, including the appropriate compulsory subjects and performance levels for each program.