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Applications 2nd Semester 2019 are Open

2nd Semester 2019 is open for certain fourth-year programmes (BTECH) in Engineering: Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering programmes

International Applications received on or before 30 May 2019

South African Applications received on or before 31 June 2019

Applications for 2020 are Open

Programmes Offered

2nd Semester 2019 is open for certain fourth-year programmes in Engineering:

1. BTech: Civil Engineering

2. BTech: Electrical Engineering

3. BTech: Mechanical Engineering

No other programmes are accepting applications for the 2nd semester.

Visit Programmes Offered for a full A to Z list of programmes at CUT. Including our new offerings.

How to Apply: 2nd Semester 2019

Application feedback

  • Applications for January of each year, are processed following the July (2nd semester) intake. Processing starts at the beginning of August.
  • Allow for a 4 to 6 week period for feedback from date of application.
  • Please note: this is the last year for applications in the 2nd Semester.
  • You can use the online system to Check Application Status.

 Registration

  • 2020 On campus registration: opens in June/July
  • 2020 Register Online: opens in June/July
Uploaded: 10 April 2019
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