In this article, you will see the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) Late application Dates and deadlines for 2021/2022 academic year. It also contains the link to the institution’s late application information as well as the portal needed for this.
The management of the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) has opened the late application portal for fresh and continuing students to apply for available courses after the official application closed both at the diploma, undergraduate and the postgraduate level. Specific dates and deadlines have been set for the TUT late application as well as the closure of the application portal for the academic year 2022. It is advisable to make use of this opportunity and apply within the limited application timeframe.
The late application deadline or closing date is always a supplementary application submission timeline that is set by the institution for applying for available courses that are yet to be filled. South African schools (Universities and colleges) usually have their late application deadline within 1 to 2 weeks after the online application portal is opened.
Therefore, it is expected for all TUT students (both new and old) to meet the stated late application timeline as stated below to be on the safe side.
TSHWANE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY (TUT) LATE APPLICATION TIMELINES AND DEADLINE
Applicants are required to take note of the dates below:
- Undergraduate programmes – (deadline yet to be announced as Late applications will be considered only if there is space available in the programmes concerned. TUT can accommodate only a limited number of students per programme.)
- Full Research Masters and Doctoral programmes – (deadline yet to be announced as Late applications will be considered only if there is space available in the programmes concerned. TUT can accommodate only a limited number of students per programme.)
- A few late approved accredited HEQSF Postgraduate Diploma programmes are currently open for applications.
No late registration will be allowed unless permission is obtained from the Faculty directly
- To start your application, see the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) late application Procedure