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2021 Applicants

The following information pertains to prospective and current students who have applied for the 2021 academic year.

Late applications are not accepted.

Continue an existing 2021 application

Prospective students apply through CACH

Prospective students who would like to apply may do so via the Central Application Clearing House (CACH) system for centralised applications to institutions in South Africa. The system will open in February 2021, after matric results have released.

Follow the Facebook page for updates.

NBT: update and what should be done

  • There are no dates available to write NBTs at the moment.
  • Visit the NBT website regularly to check when tests open and register to write. Go to www.nbt.co.za
  • Students who are admitted to CUT will be able to register, but with the understanding that NBT must be written in 2021. NBT is compulsory in all South African universities.

Questions?

Direct all enquiries to apply@cut.ac.za 


Uploaded: 12 February 2021
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