• Date: Saturday, 12 May 2018
  • Time: 09:00 - 13:00
  • Venue: Bloemfontein Campus, 1 Park Road

Purpose of Open Day

The purpose is to showcase the University’s programmes and facilities over one day at each campus; to create a unique learner experience about higher education and to educate prospective students and parents about what set CUT apart from other universities.

The open days are structured in such a way to provide a sense of receptive and engaging atmosphere; thereby allowing more interaction for prospective students, teachers, and parents with faculties and staff members.

In the Central Region, CUT remains the only university that offers a wide range of career-oriented diploma and degree programmes in Health Sciences, Humanities, Management Sciences and, Engineering and Information Technology with much emphasis on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

Who should attend?

We invite teachers, parents and grade 12 learners to join us for the Open Day.

Make informed career choices.

CUT Bloemfontein Campus host Open Day only once a year, don’t miss the opportunity get valuable information about career choices and study opportunities at CUT.

What should you bring to Open Day

Grade 11 results or Grade 12 results (if you are post-matric). Based on this we can offer you an assessment of your prospects to study at CUT – where you should improve or keep up the good work, subjects you need for the chosen programme, or which programme is the best fit for you.

Apply on the Day


  1. Valid ID/passport document
  2. Application fee: to be confirmed
  3. Forms will be available on campus



More logistics will be shared via social networks and this page as we approach the date of the event.


Created: 19 February 2018

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