Tshwane University Of Technology Courses 2019,The beginning of 2004 saw the establishment of the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) after the former Technikons of Northern Gauteng, North-West and Pretoria were merged to form one academic institution. TUT aims to provide the job market with career-focused individuals with practical knowledge in their chosen field.
TUT has 8 campuses in 5 cities across 4 provinces of the country (Gauteng, North-West, Mpumalanga and Limpopo) and an annual enrollment of over 60 000, making it the largest residential university in South Africa.
The Department of Performing Arts owns the Breytenbach Theatre and uses it as a training venue for its Drama and Theatre students. They often present performances to the public.
Minimum general admission requirements for study at TUT
No person may be registered as a student in a programme of TUT, unless he or she has complied with the following
General admission requirements for TUT
- A pass mark in English at Senior Certificate level (minimum additional language; certain programmes may require first or home language status)
- Each course has its own specific admission requirements.
- Prospective students should note that the admission requirements of individual programmes could change from year to year.
- For some programmes, students will be required to write an admission test, which will determine whether they will be admitted to the programme, or whether it will be recommended to them that they enrol for a relevant foundation course.
- The following table indicates the levels of performance required for entry to specific levels of study:
TUT Requirements NSC – Gaps your profile
Results format for the new NSC-G and the minimum admission requirements for TUT:
|Rating code||Rating Marks|
|1||Outstanding achievement||80 – 100|
|2||Meritorious achievement||70 – 79|
|3||Degree substantial achievement||60 – 69|
|4||Diploma adequate achievement||50 – 59|
|5||Foundation moderate achievement||40 – 49|
|6||Elementary achievement||30 – 39|
|7||Not achieved||0 – 29|
Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy?
All learners are required to take one of the two subjects for NSC-G purposes
- Mathematics is relevant to programmes that require a prior knowledge of mathematics; all others may only require Mathematical Literacy. (Details of what each subject entails can be determined by looking at the DoE curriculum statements, available on the DoE website).
Tshwane University Of Technology Courses 2019