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2020 Late/Walk-in application process at Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) for programmes with available spaces

The following HEQSF accredited programmes have received late approval and online applications are welcomed during the following period only:

Tuesday, 21 January 2020 – Friday 31, January 2020

  • Bachelor of Engineering Technology in Electrical Engineering (BPETEE)
  • Bachelor of Engineering Technology in Computer Engineering (BPETCP
  • Master of Engineering in Energy (MGENRC)
  • Master of Engineering in Smart Grids (MGESGC)
  • Master of Engineering in Satellite Systems & Applications (MGENSC)

WALK-IN APPLICATION TIMEFRAME:

Faculties are in the process of finalising selections. Lists of possible programmes with available spaces (if any) will be published on the website by Monday, 27 January 2020 at 10:00am.

PLEASE NOTE: The lists will be amended as registration continues and spaces are being filled up.

WHO MAY APPLY

  1. Applicants who exhausted only 1 or 2 options out of the maximum of 3 choices for applications submitted during the normal application timelines
  2. Applicants who did not apply during the normal application timelines (maximum of 3 choices)
  3. First-time entering applicants who have applied for first-year undergraduate studies at CPUT but was unsuccessful may also apply to CACH. Click here for further details
  4. National applicants (with an SA ID), including Refugee/Asylum Seeker and/or Permanent Residency applicants with a National Senior Certificate (NSC) / SC (Senior Certificate) / NCV (National Vocal Certificate) / National Qualification.
  5. National applicants (with an SA ID) with international qualifications who already have SAQA certificates
  6. Refugee/Asylum Seeker status applicants with international qualification who already have SAQA certificates
  7. Permanent residency applicants with SA ID with international qualification who already have SAQA certificates
  8. Regretfully no RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) applications will be considered

APPLICATION PROCESS

BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO APPLY DO THE FOLLOWING:

  • STEP 1: Consult the list of programmes with available spaces and for submission during above timeframe (refer to list provided)
  • STEP 2: Ensure that you meet the minimum admission and subject requirements for your programme of choice.
  • STEP 3: Scroll down to your specific programme of choice for any additional (programme-specific) supporting documentation and/or any other requirements.
      3.1. Certify all your supporting documentation. Certification must be less than 3 months old.
      3.2. No ID, Grade 11 and Grade 12 results documentation is required to be submitted for online applications but is still

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  1. Only completed applications will be considered. Please consult the list of supporting documentation
  2. Only applications that followed the outlined application process will be considered as an application.
  3. Incomplete and manual applications submissions (including those received via Postal Services (courier) will not be considered for this category of applications
  4. Being accepted academically does not guarantee a space into residences due to limited residences space.
  5. Under no circumstances will the student be allowed to apply at the Faculty but rather to the ARC division

HOW TO APPLY

MODE OF APPLICATION

CATEGORY A APPLICANTS – ONLINE APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS ONLY 

  • The primary mode of application is online and therefore no manual application will be considered for the following category of applicants:
  1. National applicants (with an SA ID) with
    • 1.1 National Senior Certificate (NSC) / SC (Senior Certificate ) / NCV (National Vocal Certificate) / National Qualification for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate studies 
    • 1.1.1 i.e. first-year applicants, returning students, applicants transferring from other institutions, PUT students with gap in studies
  2. who meets the minimum requirements
  3. Refugee/Asylum Seeker and Permanent Residency applicants must follow the manual application process below (CATEGORY B APPLICANTS)
  4. Applicants are encouraged to apply from the comfort of their home, or wherever they have Internet access
  5. Applicants are required to scan any additional supporting documentation required prior to applying online
  6. If the applicant is experiencing any problems or do not have the internet facilities to apply online, then applicants may report to the following Walk-in Online application support venue only available from 28 Jan – 31 January 2020
  • Submit your application online here
  • No late application fee chargeable (free of charge)   
  • PLEASE NOTE: No incomplete and manual application submissions (including those received via Postal Services (courier) will not be considered for this category of applications
Campus Venue

Bellville Campus

Old Business School, Computer Room, Ground Floor, Room 1A

District 6 Campus

Library Computer Lab 2.99 (accessible from Atrium, 2nd floor, Administration Building)

 

CATEGORY B APPLICATIONS - MANUAL APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS ONLY

  1. Manual applications will ONLY be allowed for the following categories of applications:
    • National applicants (with an SA ID) with International qualifications who already have SAQA certification
    • All Refugee/Asylum Seeker status applicants
    • Permanent residency applicants with SA ID 
  2. who meets the minimum requirements
  3. Download and complete the application form here
  4. Fee chargeable: R150 late application fee. Click here for banking and payment details
  5. Hand deliver (by applicant only) your manual application directly to the ARC department click here for more details

PLEASE NOTE: Incomplete applications (including those received via Postal Services (courier) will not be considered.

 

APPLICATION OUTCOME

Selections will be conducted within the respective Faculties and the outcome will be communicated via SMS to the applicant.

In addition, applicants can access the online tracking facility to:

  • track the outcome of the selections online and
  • download an Acceptance Letter from this facility