2024 First-semester enrolment registration information

Wednesday, January 24, 2024

8:00 AM

Online

2024 First-semester enrolment registration information

Registration of all first-year/new students

  • Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology: 24-29 January
  • Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences: 24-29 January
  • Faculty of Management Sciences: 24-29 January
  • Faculty of Humanities: 24-29 January

Registration of senior students (from second year onwards) including postgraduates, and continuing masters and doctoral students

  • Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology: 30 January - 02 February
  • Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences: 30 January - 02 February
  • Faculty of Management Sciences: 30 January - 02 February
  • Faculty of Humanities: 30 January - 02 February

Course Control Week: 02 to 09 February 2024

Subject and course additions, changes, and terminations must be done during this week. This is late registration. No changes will be made after this period.

Download the 2024 1st Semester Registration Guide (PDF)

For more information and updates, visit https://www.cut.ac.za/enrolment-process



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