Central University of Technology Part-time Courses

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Short Learning Programmes

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Short Courses

Department of Accounting and Auditing

Department of Built Environment

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Department of Information Technology

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CUT – Institute for Continuing Education

Ms Desiré Duvenhage
Tel: +27 (0)51 507 3834 | E-mail: d

Any person applying for admission to the CUT must request an application form from the Assistant Registrar: Academic Structure and Student Enrolment Services at the following address:

Assistant Registrar: Academic Structure and Student Enrolment Services
Private Bag X20539
Bloemfontein
9300

South Africa

Intake Cycles

  • Applications for the following year will open in April of each year; closing date is end of August.
  • Applications for the second semester will open in March of each year; closing date is end of May. Please note only selected programmes have a second semester intake.

Specific Admission information

An application fee, as stipulated in the admission regulations of the CUT, must be paid before the deadline specified in the admission regulations.

Prospective students must provide the Assistant Registrar: Academic Structure and Student Enrolment Services with their completed application forms for admission to the CUT as early as possible in the preceding academic year or semester.  A non-refundable application fee is payable with each application for admission.

Once the Academic Structure and Student Enrolment Services Unit have processed the applications, a selection list is drawn up and forwarded to the various faculties.

Upon receipt of the selection lists, the head of the department divide the applications into three (3) categories, namely:

1.        Applicants who meet all the admission requirements;

2.        Applicants to be subjected to the testing of potential;

3.        Applicants who are considered academically unsuccessful.

Applicants falling into the first category are notified in writing by the Academic Structure and Student Enrolment Services Unit that their applications for admission to the CUT have been successful.

The unsuccessful applicants falling into the third category are notified in writing by the Academic Structure and Student Enrolment Services Unit that their applications for admission to the CUT have been unsuccessful.

Applicants falling into the second category are notified in writing by the Academic Structure and Student Enrolment Services Unit that their applications for admission are subject to the testing of potential. The date, time and place of such testing will be clearly indicated.

The testing of potential proceeds as follows:

  • The applicant reports on the date and at the time and place indicated in the letter.
  • The testing, as described in the admission regulations of the CUT, is administered on this occasion by the Wellness Centre. 
  • The results of the test are arranged in hierarchical order as soon as possible after the test.
  • The Wellness Centre make these results available to the various faculties, after which the relevant department heads make a final selection of applicants for particular learning programmes.