TUT Distance Learning Online Application 2024/2025

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TUT Distance Learning Online Application 2024/2025

TUT Distance Learning Online Application 2024/2025

The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) Distance Learning Department advises all prospective students who desire to enroll in the department for the 2024/2025 academic year to start their application process as soon as the university announces the precise opening date for the admission portal. Read this article to find out more about Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) remote education program.

How to Apply for Distance Learning at TUT

Prospective applicants must follow the following steps to apply for admission

  • Step 1: Consult the Distance Education Prospectus for the DIPLOMA IN FIRE TECHNOLOGY​ to ensure that you comply with the Admission requirements before continuing with STEP 2.
  • Step 2: Pre-application form for the Diploma in Fire Technology
    Download and print the Pre-application form from the official website https://www.tut.ac.za/s-faculties/humanities/Distance-Ed/Documents/2022/3c-Pre-application.pdf
  • Attach the pre-application form together with all supporting documents to an e-mail and quote the following in the subject line:
Pre-application screening: Prospective applicants have to email the pre-application form and supporting documentation to: mokwanamr@tut.ac.za
Diploma in Traffic Safety and Municipal Police Management (DPTP19), Diploma in Policing (DPP020), Diploma in Fire Technology (DPFI21)  Application Dates for 2024/2025
Application Opening Date for 2024 Programmes Application Closing Date for 2024
1 April 2023 All Programmes 30 November 2023

Pre-application Opening Dates for 2024/2025

2 September 2023 is the closing date to submit the pre-application form and supporting documentation.
(NB: Limited space is available for the programme.  Apply as soon as possible to avoid disappointment). 

When to Expect Feedback from TUT: If the applicant’s pre-application screening is successful, he or she will receive e-mailed communication including instructions on how to apply formally online within 10 working days. The applicant will receive further instructions or communication from the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), Distance Education Unit.

Tut Re-admission for 2024/2025

 Durban and Cape Town students who were inactive or not registered prior to and up to the first semester of 2023, may apply for re-admission for 2024/2025 and will only be allowed to register for 2023 after and if their re-admission applications were approved by the Academic Department.​

Re-admission Application Form 2019 Distance Education​​

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

Policing Courses Cape Town students: 

  • E-mail: vanrooyengg@tut.ac.za ​
  • Fax: 086 518 9153

Policing Courses Durban students:

  • E-mail: mokwenav@tut.ac.za
  • Fax: 086 608 5728

Traffic Courses contact details: 

  • E-mail: grobleri@tut.ac.za
  • Fax: 086 515 2275

Visit the official website for more information on TUT Distance Education Application