Extended late registration and course control: 31 August 2018

Late registration and course control for the 2nd semester of 2018 has been extended. Late registration and course control: Friday, 31 August 2018. Note: this extension is for students who are already registered at CUT, not new students. Find the course control form (LS 151A) here http://www.cut.ac.za/academic-administration/#enrolment or on the self-service desk of the Student portal. Go […] read more »

New offering in 2019: Postgraduate Diploma in Construction: Urban Development

The Postgraduate Diploma in Construction: Urban Development is a specialisation programme for professionals in the Built Environment, who would like to further their career.  The programme is a 1 year undertaking. The minimum entry requirement for this qualification is an appropriate Advance Diploma or Bachelor degree at NQF level 7, with sufficient exposure to either quantity surveying or […] read more »

New offering in 2019: Postgraduate Diploma in Construction: Quantity Surveying

The Postgraduate Diploma in Construction: Quantity Surveying is a specialisation programme for professionals in the Built Environment, who would like to further their career.  The programme is a 1-year undertaking. The minimum entry requirement for this qualification is an appropriate Advance Diploma or Bachelor degree at NQF level 7, with sufficient exposure to quantity surveying as principle study discipline. […] read more »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Whistle Blowing on fraud or irregular activities at CUT

Implementation of a Whistle blowers hotline: Vice-Chancellor and Principal Communiqué (PDF)   Uploaded: 05 September 2017   read more »

Graduate Attributes

CUT graduates gain knowledge in various ways. The formal curricula which gives you excellent discipline specific understanding, and the qualities, skills and understandings which the university community agrees its students should develop during their time with the institution. These are the softer skills you gain from your learning programme, extra-curricular, co-curricular, sporting and cultural activities. These values and […] read more »

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