TUT Registration 2022-2023
TUT Registration 2022/2023
- Online registration commences on January 2022 and closes on February 2022. If you failed a subject during 1st semester, you are not allowed to re-register the same subject for 2nd semester of 2022
- Re-examinations subject: registrations will be done automatically by the institution which implies that you shouldn’t register the subjects yourself.
- You are not allowed to register a follow-up subject for the 2nd semester if you passed the pre-requisite subject (example: any 2nd or 3rd-year subjects) in the 1st semester of 2022
- The prospectus is accessible on the online registration panel for your ease of reference.
HOW TO REGISTER ONLINE AT TUT 2022
- Visit TUT website: www.tut.ac.za
- Click on Registration and then on Memorandum of Agreement.
- Read through the Memorandum of Agreement, scroll down, and click on Accept conditions.
- Verify Qualification name.
- Select your employment status
- Click Save and Continue and then click on Add Subjects to registration
- Select your subjects:
- (Please note: NationalDiploma students may not register for more than two (2)subjects per semester and B Tech students are allowed to register/add up to four (4)subjects per semester, if available.) Diploma (DPTP19 and DPP020) students should register for 12 subjects for the 1st year.
- Click on Save and Proceed.
- Verify the selected subjects. If you wish to change a subject, click Restart Process and start from the beginning.
- Click on “Accept Registration”.
VERY IMPORTANT: PLEASE ACTIVATE YOUR TUT4LIFE EMAIL ADDRESS IMMEDIATELY AFTER REGISTRATION.
Policing Courses: Cape Town students
Fax: 086 518 9153
Policing Courses: Durban students
Fax: 086 608 5728
Traffic Courses contact details:
NOTE: A COPY OF YOUR ID DOCUMENT SHOULD BE ATTACHED TO ALL E-MAILED AND FAXED ENQUIRIES/REQUESTS/APPLICATIONS. FAILURE TO ATTACH THE ID DOCUMENT COPY WILL RESULT IN YOUR ENQUIRY TO BE DISCARDED WITHOUT ANY NOTICE
To register online, please click here (Online Application block not relevant to Distance Education, please ignore.)