2023 First-semester enrolment registration information

Wednesday, January 25, 2023

8:00 AM

Registration of all first-year/new students and returning postgraduate students

  • Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology: 25-27, 30 January
  • Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences: 25-27, 30 January
  • Faculty of Management Sciences: 25-27, 30 January
  • Faculty of Humanities: 25-27, 30 January


Registration of senior students (from second-year undergraduate) including continuing and returning masters and doctoral students

  • Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology: 01 February
  • Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences: 02 February
  • Faculty of Management Sciences: 03 February
  • Faculty of Humanities: 06 February

Important: Old National Diplomas and BTech pipeline students must consult with the relevant Head of Department before attempting to register. The HoD will guide which subjects are available for registration.

Download the 2023 1st Semester Registration Guide (PDF)

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



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