Tshwane University of Technology Undergraduate Application Prospectus

By | June 28, 2019

Tshwane University of Technology Undergraduate Application Prospectus

Applications must be made directly to NSFAS, preferably online. Please use the above website to apply and for general information with regards to this process. Consult www.nsfas.org.za for future updates in this regard. Who should apply? – All new applicants (matriculates) or students who passed Grade 12 in previous years, but never registered at any university. – Students who have never received NSFAS funding. All students funded from the 2016 academic year onwards must register on the NSFAS website to verify their details.

Continued funding will depend on the student’s annual academic performance. Additional assistance can be provided to current and prospective students who would like to apply online, but do not have access. Please contact your local Financial Aid Office for more information (see contact details below). Any student who needs assistance with their application are requested to ensure they bring all the necessary documents to apply (consult the NSFAS website for a checklist of these documents). Access to any of the University campuses will only be granted on presentation of proof that you applied for admission at TUT. Parents or guardians that accompany prospective students will also be required to present a valid ID to gain access. All applicants must have a cell phone at hand in order to receive the “one-time pin (OTP)”. This will be needed to complete the application process. All applicants need to download the consent form first. Applicants with disability needs to download the consent form and the disability annexure A.

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All documents must be scanned in separately, as the system will ask you to upload individual documents. The system does not allow you to save and return, and you must finish the process. (You must have all your documents before starting the process.) Applicants must ensure to obtain and keep their reference number for use when making enquiries. For more information please contact your local Financial Aid Office or NSFAS directly at 0860 067 327 or visit www.nsfas.org.za.

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The University will not make any funding decision as this will be done by NSFAS. Final confirmation of the outcome of applications will be provided by the University based on this decision by NSFAS. It is therefore imperative that applicants follow the application processes and provide the required documentation before the closing dates.