Postponement of the Convocation Meeting
Please note that the meeting of the Convocation scheduled to take place on Saturday, 6 May 2017 has been postponed until further notice.
Thank you to all our parents who attended the Parents’ Meeting hosted by the University on 22 April. We appreciate your attendance, active engagement. We will stay in touch through our parents’ database as well as www.tut.ac.za, to share with you relevant and important information regularly.
Important notice on tests scheduled for 21 April 2017
Due to disruptions, tests scheduled for tomorrow, 21 April 2017, at the Ga-Rankuwa Campus have been rescheduled to be written on Monday, 24 April 2017. Alternative venues have been arranged and students should please check with their Department if they will write at the Grace Bible Church or on Campus.
Tests scheduled for tomorrow, 21 April 2017, at the Pretoria Campus, and all other TUT campuses, will continue as scheduled.
Students are reminded to bring along copies of their test timetable/schedule and their 2017 student cards.
Management has issued a stern warning that anyone who attempts to disrupts activities, will be identified and charged in terms of TUT’s Student Rules and Regulations.
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
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- Court Interdict - 13 October 2016
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