How Does the Tshwane University of Technology Online Application System Work?

The TUT online application system allows prospective students to submit applications for various programs offered by the university. However, there are currently some limitations due to the recent matric results release:

Due to the release of matric results 2023, some functionalities on the TUT website are currently unavailable:

  • Admission status check
  • Online late application enquiries
  • Uploading pending documents

While submitting a new application isn’t possible right now, you can still access the online system for several purposes:

If you applied before the deadline, you can use the iEnabler system to check your application status by entering your ID number or other details: https://ienabler.tut.ac.za/pls/prodi41/wtut012pkg.startup

Existing students and alumni can log in to the iEnabler system for various tasks such as managing personal information, viewing academic records, and making payments: https://ienabler.tut.ac.za/pls/prodi41/w99pkg.mi_login

Next Steps:

If you’re interested in applying to TUT in the future, here are some recommendations:

  • Visit the TUT website regularly for updates and announcements about the next application period.
  • Familiarize yourself with the programs offered by TUT and their admission requirements. You can find this information on the university website or by contacting the relevant department.
  • Once the application period opens, gather all the necessary documents and start working on your application well in advance of the deadline.

RECOMMENDATION:

For general enquiries about applications and the admissions process, you can visit the application enquiry page: https://www.tut.ac.za/index.php/application-enquiry

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