Registration: 2nd Semester 2017

Information on this page is relevant to first-year, new, senior and international students during enrolment/registration. You should have already applied to CUT, see Registration for full details on the process. Dates Please register on the date specified for your programme in the table below. REGISTRATION AND SUBJECT ADDITION BY SENIOR STUDENTS ONLY Monday, 17 July 2017 Bloemfontein Campus: Faculty of Health and Environmental […] read more »

3-Day course: Introduction to sketching and drawing (September 2017)

The Product Development Technology Station (PDTS) has limited seats available in the 3-day course “Introduction to Sketching and drawing”. Learn to communicate your ideas and concepts using lines and contours. Created: 01 June 2017 read more »

Applications: 2018 are Open

For all the information: Admission Requirements | Admission Points (AP) | NBT | TVET(FET) Students | Recognition of Prior Learning | Forms | Fees | Financial Assistance | Banking Details visit, http://www.cut.ac.za/application-process/ Grade 12 Learners: Only June 2017 results will be considered for 2018 applications. International Students for assistance contact the International Office. Visit Programmes Offered for a full A […] read more »

CUT Council appoints new Vice-Chancellor and Principal

The Council of the Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT) has appointed Prof. HJ (Henk) de Jager as the University’s new Vice-Chancellor and Principal, effective as from 1 June 2017. Prof. De Jager will succeed Prof. Thandwa Mthembu, who left the employ of CUT in September 2016, after he accepted the position as Vice-Chancellor […] read more »

NSFAS: Students urged to sign agreements to avoid funding retraction (deadline extended)

Update on information: the 31 May 2017 deadline for signing of LAFSOP does not apply anymore. Students will receive an LAFSOP with an expiry date and you are expected to sign and return the form to NSFAS within 30 days of this date. The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is calling on the 63 […] read more »

Late Applications: 2nd Semester 2017

The following programmes are open for application in the second semester of 2017: Civil Engineering Electrical (light and heavy current) Engineering Mechanical Engineering For all the information: Admission Requirements | Admission Points (AP) | NBT | TVET(FET) Students | Recognition of Prior Learning | Forms | Fees | Financial Assistance | Banking Details visit, http://www.cut.ac.za/application-process/ Closing […] read more »

Clarification of declaration on NSFAS related matters

Clarification of the declaration on NSFAS related matters: 31 January 2017: Department of Higher Education and Training(DHET) and NSFAS meet with University SRCs (PDF) 07 February 2017: DHET and NSFAS meet with University SRCs (PDF)   Created: 08 February 2017   read more »

DHET grant to cover the 8% fee increment

Students who have applied for the DHET grant to cover the 8% fee increment and were not successful have the option to appeal by completing the form. Letter to Universities South Africa from DHET on 2017 Fee Adjustment Grant (PDF) DHET application for 2017 Fee Adjustment Grant (PDF) Process Map for the identification and verification of the […] read more »

NRF funding your research

A guide for NRF Bursaries, Scholarships Value Rules and Guidelines which also includes information on grants management and systems administration. Created: 18 November 2016 read more »

#FeesMustFall Information hub

CUT Management supports free, quality education for academically deserving poor and “missing-middle” students, as well as the conversion of NSFAS loans to grants/bursaries for academically deserving students. The page serves as a central update point of critical information with regards to the impact of #FeesMustFall at CUT. Important information will be shared here. Updated: 31 […] read more »

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