New offering in 2019: Advanced Diploma in Health Management

The Advanced Diploma in Health Management is a qualification that will be delivered as an online blended learning programme. The programme is for professionals who would like to further their career and is a 1 year (full time) or 2 years (part-time) programme. Minimum credits required to apply is 120. Career Opportunities The Advanced Diploma in Health […] read more »

Mid-year Assessment preparation for students to note

CUT would like to share the following with students (Bloemfontein and Welkom campus) who are preparing for assessments starting next week. Mid-year Assessment: 04 June to 22 June 2018 Sickness, special and re-assessments: 17 to 21 July 2018 To do: Check your final assessment timetable on the Student Portal, https://student.cut.ac.za/. Check your time table before […] read more »

Late Applications for 2nd Semester 2018

In the second semester, CUT has a limited intake in Engineering programmes: Diploma in Engineering Technology: Civil Engineering Diploma in Engineering Technology: Electrical Engineering Diploma in Engineering Technology: Mechanical Engineering No other programmes at CUT are accepting applications for 2nd semester. Application closing date On or before: 31 May 2018 | Application Fee On or before: 29 June 2018 (Late […] read more »

2019 Applications are Open

On or before: 31 August 2018 | Application Fee On or before: 30 September 2018 (Late applications) | Late Application Fee New applicants International Students for assistance contact the International Office. Grade 12 Learners: Only June 2018 results will be considered for 2019 applications. TVET students Continuation of studies All students including students who are continuing with their studies must apply […] read more »

Revised assessment dates for both the Bloemfontein and Welkom campuses

A special meeting of Senate was held on the 16th of May 2018 and the following resolutions on the revised academic programme were made: RESOLUTION 1/18/2: Students at both campuses should write the same assessment papers, as no duplicate assessments should be allowed, due to the risks associated with such arrangements. Senate approved the proposed […] read more »

Registration: 2nd Semester 2018

Register on the date specified for your programme: Senior and current students: 9 to 12 July – All Faculties New students: 13 July – Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology | New students: Check your application status Course control: 9 July to 3 August – subject additions, cancellations and late registration See full schedule of registration dates Enrolment/Registration Process The information […] read more »

A reference guide: new and renamed buildings Bloemfontein and Welkom campuses

Newly built buildings have been named, and certain existing buildings have been renamed. In some cases, a particular South African who contributed to the region or country is honoured, and in other cases, the purpose of the building is highlighted in the name. Please use this reference guide to find the building you need. Bloemfontein […] read more »

NSFAS students – sign your 2017 AND 2018 NSFAS LAF/SOP for funds to be released

NSFAS students make sure to sign your 2017 and 2018 NSFAS LAF/SOP for funds to be released. Why should I sign LAF/SOP? NSFAS will not pay out your funds to the University without the agreement. No allowances will be paid until it is done. How to sign? This year, you have to sign electronically, check […] read more »

CUT now banks with FNB

Central University of Technology, Free State has new banking details. The operational bank account for CUT (this excludes student application/tuition fees, see link below): Bank: First National Bank Account name: Central University of Technology FS Account number: 62538533531 Account type: Cheque account Branch name: Bloemfontein Branch Code: 230134 Reference: GLA/Invoice number* *The relevant Cost Centre and […] read more »

Changes to Higher Education Qualifications Framework in South Africa

The South African Government has introduced a single unified national qualification framework for education in South Africa that applies to higher education institutions and improves the ability of students to move easily and more effective from one qualification to the next, as well as between institutions. CUT is already in process adapting the curriculum. Image […] read more »

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