When Can I Apply At CPUT For 2025/2026

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When Can I Apply At CPUT For 2025/2026?

When Can I Apply At CPUT For 2025/2026

CPUT Releases Application Dates for Admissions in 2025! Applications are now being accepted by the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) for the 2025 academic year! Opening dates for the online application site are May 20, 2024, through September 30, 2024. This is when all prospective and new students who want to be admitted to CPUT in 2025 can officially apply.

Don’t pass up this opportunity! Visit the CPUT application page at https://www.cput.ac.za/apply/ to apply right away. Applications for undergraduate and graduate studies are the focus of this information. Applications for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) may have different deadlines.

CPUT Application Dates for 2025/2026 Announced

Applications for undergraduate and postgraduate studies at CPUT for the 2025/2026 academic year are open from May 15, 2024, to the end of September 2024. Visit www.cput.ac.za for more details.

CPUT General Application Deadlines For 2025:

Non-SA Citizens and SA Citizens with International Qualifications:

  • Deadline: August 30, 2024

South African Citizens (Refugees, Permanent Residents):

  • Undergraduate Programs (including Advanced Diplomas): Deadline extended to September 30, 2024

Read Also: How To Apply Again At CPUT | CPUT Readmission 2025-2026

Documents Needed to Apply CPUT For 2025

These documents are required and must be Uploaded. Documents to be submitted by:

South African citizens:

  • Copy of the proof of payment of your application fee (online application submission is free of charge).
  • A certified copy of the first page of your Identity Document.
  • A certified copy of your Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification. If you are currently in Grade 12, please submit your marks obtained in Grade 11.
  • An original Academic Record and a Certificate of Conduct, or certified copies of other certificates/ diplomas/ degrees you obtained previously from any other higher education institution.
  • Any other documents specifically required for the programme to which you are applying, as explained in the application form and admission requirements.

Documents to be submitted by:

Non-South African citizens:

  • Certified copies of the following applicable documents (must be less than three (3) months old)
    1. Permanent Residency applicants: Passport and Proof of Permanent Residency/SA ID Document/Card
    2. Refugee/Asylum seeker temporary permit/formal recognition of refugee status in the RSA
    3. Passport
  • A certified copy of your school-leaving certificate, together with an English translation.
  • A scratch card (for students from the West African Examination Council (WAEC) and National Examinations Council (NECO).
  • Congo-Brazzaville applicants must submit the Liste des Admis au Bac
  • Sixth-year Bulletin: Diplom D’Etat and Journal and transcripts of results or Journal or Confirmation of Results from the Embassy (students from Angola, the Democratic Republic of Congo, or Cameroon).
  • International/Foreign Post-Basic Nursing applicants need to submit a document indicating approval of nursing qualifications from, and certified by, the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA), to be provisionally accepted. Full acceptance will only be considered if the applicant also submits proof of temporary registration with the South African Nursing Council (SANC) for two (2) years, in addition to a valid study permit.
  • Any other documents specifically required for the programmes to which you are applying, as explained in the application form and special admission requirements

Please Take Note:

  • Each document must be scanned, saved, and uploaded individually against each uploading Certificate code as indicated.
  • All documents should be scanned in any of the following file types: tiff, pdf, jpg, or gif
  • The maximum scanned file size is 2MB each.

How to Apply online at CPUT

Here’s how to apply online at CPUT:


  1. Choose a qualification and special requirements:

  2. Gather your documents:

    • Prepare certified copies of the following documents (less than three months old):
      • Identity Document/Card (first page)
      • Proof of your highest level of school education (e.g., Matric certificate)
      • Additional documents specific to your chosen program (check program requirements)
    • International students also need a valid study visa and proof of medical insurance.
  3. Complete the online application:

  4. Pay the application fee:

    • The application fee varies depending on your program. Check the website for specific fees.
    • You can pay online using various payment methods.
  5. Submit your application:

    • Once you’ve completed the form, uploaded documents, and paid the fee, submit your application electronically.
  6. Follow up and check your admission status:

    • You’ll receive an email confirmation after submitting your application.
    • Monitor your application status online through the application portal.
    • CPUT will contact you directly regarding your admission decision.

Contact Details

All inquiries and concerns can be addressed by Cput via:

For more information, Click here to visit the official webpage

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