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TUT update, 17 February 2017

Due to the recent student protest action and subsequent closure of the Pretoria (West), Arcadia and Arts Campuses, registration without penalty fees, will be extended across all campuses until 24 February 2017. All activities for staff and students at these campuses will resume on Monday, 20 February 2017.

TUT update, 16 February 2017

Disruptions were experienced at the Pretoria and Arcadia campuses this morning and lectures had to be suspended after protestors interrupted classes at these campuses. Attempts to disrupt the Arts Campus were fortunately quickly contained. 

In view of the continued disruptions, management has decided to suspend activities at the Pretoria, Arcadia and Arts campuses for tomorrow, 17 February 2017, except for essential services. All activities for students and staff members at these campuses will resume on Monday, 20 February 2017. Students and staff members are advised to verify the content of all WhatsApp and text messages they receive with information published on the TUT website,

Exit exams scheduled for today at the Showgrounds went ahead without incident.

Tomorrow’s exit exams will continue as planned.

The management of the University is committed to continuous engagement with the elected student leaders. A meeting with the Institutional SRC and the Pretoria CSRC to discuss the issues raised following yesterday’s and today’s protest action is taking place today.

TUT Women in Engineering cordially invite all female engineering students to attend the 2017 Females in Engineering (FEMENG) welcome programme.

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Communiqué: Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Teaching, Learning and Technology

Classes for all students commenced on 23 January 2017. As you know, regular class attendance is vital to ensure academic success. If you have, for whatever reason, not attended class since the commencement of lectures a week ago, I would like to urge you to immediately report to your Faculty and honour classes as they are scheduled, even if you have not registered yet.

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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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Application for the 2017 DHET GAP Grant

Government will subsidise the fee adjustment of 8% on the 2015 fee for all qualifying registered students with a gross family income up to R600 000 per annum in 2017. This is not a loan, but a grant. Students will need to apply to be considered for the grant to cover the 8% fee adjustment as decided by the University Council.

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Option 2: Please note that contact number for all Gap Grant enquiries is 086 110 2421.

Those who have a family gross income over R600 000 per annum and who wish not to complete the Gap Grant Application form, please click here to download and complete the Parent/Guardian Declaration Form to pay fees.

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