Have you been inactive after getting admission at TUT? This simple TUT Readmission guide will help you know the possible lines of action that will help you land another entry in no time.
If you are on this page, then you are probably interested in knowing more about the Tshwane University of Technology. Or you have been inactive after getting your application accepted to study at the university. No matter what the reason is, trust this guide to give you the best help you need.
TUT Readmission forms are available for inactive applicants to download, fill and submit. Get admission and study at the Tshwane University of Technology.
I will explain everything that you must know about the TUT readmission process and requirements on this page. You can also use the table of contents below to jump to your topic of interest. All you have to do is simply click on a topic and it will take you to the particular article.
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What is TUT readmission?
If a prospective student applied to TUT and got the TUT Application approved but didn’t follow up, this is the opportunity to take his or her rightful place.
Following a TUT Application approval, prospective students still have a choice to either register and study or not.
If for some reason a student fails to register or fails to appear for studies after registration, the student can always re-apply. This application process is similar to the normal application but definitely not the same thing.
Since the student already has his/her information at TUT, it will be very easy to file for re-admission than a complete application.
Below is the procedure to follow to file for TUT readmission.
I wrote an earlier article about how to apply for study via CAO Application. It is an interesting article and I think you need to read it too.
How to file TUT readmission
You can file re-admission in two ways. Either online or by traditional post mail.
- If you want to file online, you simply have to go to the TUT ITS Enabler login page. If you have no idea how the ITS Enabler works, you can check this article: TUT ITS Enabler: Get To Know All The Hidden Features.
- If you visit the right page, the login page should look similar to the image below
- If you log in successfully, simply fill out the Re-admission form and submit it.
- If you will submit your form by post mail or in person, then you have to download it. Below is the download link.
- Carefully complete the form and submit it.
Make sure you add a copy of your identity documents to the form. Also if you have proof to indicate why you couldn’t study after registration, attach them.
If you want to post, then use the following address.
Tshwane University of Technology
Private Bag X680
Below is the address if you would like to deliver the application in person.
Central Admissions Office
after submission, the next thing to do is to wait for your application status. You can also use the ITS Portal to check your TUT application status.
TUT readmission FAQs
At this juncture, I will add a few questions and their answers to help you better understand the purpose of this article. Probably you have a question which I have not answered on this page. Simply use the comment box to lay your queries and I will answer as early as possible.
Will you pay readmission fee?
In most cases, re-admission is always by prospective students whose applications were successful.
For those who paid their registration fees, there is no payment. The applicant is not supposed to pay anything again.
If there was no payment after a successful application, then you will have to make payment after re-admission is successful.
How do you get readmission to TUT?
TUT readmission is for applicants who got admission previously to study at TUT but didn’t follow up. If you fall under this category, all you have to do is simply fill out the readmission form online via the TUT ITs Enabler.
I have listed the process for doing this above. In case you want to submit your application in person, you can easily download the application form, fill it out and submit it.
What does Money Omitted mean?
MONEY OMITTED simply means you have not paid your TUT application fee or you have paid but have not submitted the proof of payment for verification. It could also mean, you paid and submitted your payment proof but the proof could not be verified.
In this case, all you have to do to resolve the issue is to resubmit your proof or make the payment if you have not paid the application fee yet.
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In short, you always re-apply for admission if you failed to appear for studies after a successful application.
Since most of the re-admission submissions take less time to review, it is key to keep checking for your application status so you don’t miss a second opportunity to study at TUT.
If you have any questions or suggestions, you can leave a comment below.