The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) applications for financial support for the 2018 academic year will open on 1 August 2017. Students are advised to ensure they submit the required supporting documents, listed below, with their application.
The required supporting documents are:
- Certified copy of the applicant’s ID or birth certificate
- Certified copy the applicant’s parents’ or guardians’ ID as well as ID copies of the household members
- Certified copy of the pay advice or letter of employment, which reflects the household income.
Exam Message from the Vice-Chancellor and Principal to all students.
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The University is aware of the difficulties students have recently been experiencing to logon to the iEnabler. In view of this, the requirement to enter a password to logon, has temporarily been removed. Students now only need to enter a student number and pin to log on. The University would like to apologise for the inconvenience this has caused.
Important notice on the revision of qualifications
There have been changes at national level brought about by the new Policy for Higher Education Qualifications. Such changes were required by the policy document titled Higher Education Qualifications Sub-Framework (HEQSF), Government Gazette No. 36721 (02 August 2013). The introduction of the HEQSF in the Higher Education sector required all public and private Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), including Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), to revise all its qualifications to ensure alignment with the HEQSF.
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Are you registered student for 2017 and need funding for your studies. Bursaries SA, the biggest South African bursary Website, currently has more than 300 bursary opportunities available. More information on http://www.bursaries2017.co.za
- Acknowledgement of Debt Arrangements
Students with outstanding fees who want to view their results and continue with their studies will be required to bring their parents to one of the University’s campuses. Please click here to read more.
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TUT is a cashless institution and only accepts on-site payments by credit or debit card. All other payments should be made by EFT or directly at the bank. Proof of payment should be submitted upon registration. TUT’s banking details are available on Student Account Guide.
Exam enquiries - All exam enquiries should be done online or with the respective academic departments via email or telephonically. Results are updated continuously for online viewing.
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