TUT Re-Admission – tut.ac.za Re-registration

The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) has sent invitations to students wishing to be re-admitted after being excluded on the basis of poor performance in qualification.

TUT Re-Admission Rules/Requirement

Distance Education: Tshwane University of Technology students who were inactive or not registered prior to and up to the 1st semester 2022, may apply for re-admission for 2022 and will only be allowed to register for 2022 if re-admission applications were approved by the Academic Department.

The closing date for submission of Re-admission applications for 2022 is 30 November 2022. 
Click on the attached Re-admission Application form to open and print the document:
Re-admission Application form 2022 Distance Education

Completed and signed re-admission application forms should be e-mailed to DEU at the following e-mail address:

Policing Courses Cape Town students:
Contact details:
E-mail: vanrooyengg@tut.ac.za

Policing Courses Durban students: 
Contact details:
E-mail: mokwenav@tut.ac.za

Traffic Courses 
Contact details:
E-mail: grobleri@tut.ac.za

Note: A clear copy of your id document should be attached to all e-mailed and faxed inquiries/requests/applications. Failure to attach the id document copy will result in your inquiry being discarded without any notice.

How to Apply for TUT Online Registration 2022

At TUT, you can register for Undergraduate qualifications, Honours degrees & postgraduate diplomas, Master’s & doctoral degrees, and Short Learning Programmes. 

As a new/current student, you can access the self-service student iEnabler system on campus or your computer at home by following the steps below;

Step 1

Don’t fail to read the most important given to all students before registration commence, see below;

Step 2

Go to the TUT Self Help  iEnabler – https://www.dut.ac.za/student_portal/student_registration

The iEnabler system portal gives you access to your student data like;

Step 3

On the login portal, fill in the required details and log in.


Please note that the information contained in the General Online Subject Registration Information document attached below is of utmost importance. Please print and read the document carefully before attempting to register online.

Be patient while TUT processes your registration. If you see that your registration will not be processed by the closing date for registrations, please visit your nearest TUT Online Assistance.

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