Name of the Organization : Vaal University of Technology
Type of Facility : VUT Admission Status Self Check
Location : Vanderbijlpark
Country : South Africa
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Official Website : http://www.vut.ac.za/index.php
VUT Admission Status :
Established in 2004 as Vaal University of Technology (VUT), it originated as a College of Advanced Technical Education (1966-1979) and was later known as Vaal Triangle Technikon (1979-2003).
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As part of the transformation of the higher education sector in 2004, institutional restructuring reduced, through mergers and incorporations, the number of institutions of higher education and training in South Africa from 36 to 23. Vaal University of Technology was subsequently established under the Higher Education Act, No 101 of 1997.
VUT Admission Status Self Check :
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1. What is meant by minimum admission requirements?
The minimum admission requirements are those requirements which a prospective applicant must meet in order to be considered for a specific programme at VUT.
2. What is meant by compulsory and recommended subject?
Compulsory subjects are specific subject combinations which are required in order for an applicant to be admitted to a specific course. These subjects form the basis for further studies and are a requirement for specific fields of study.
Recommended subjects are subjects which are not required for admission to a specific course, but are useful as they will build on your current knowledge base and enable you to understand certain terms and formulas better.
3. Do I need mathematics or mathematical literacy to study at VUT?
Yes. Certain programmes require maths as opposed to mathematical literacy in order to be accepted. Refer to the undergraduate admission requirements for the subject specific requirements.
4. Will my second choice be considered if I am unsuccessful with my first choice?
Yes, applicants are first considered for their first choice, and if they do not meet the direct entry requirements their second choice will be considered provided that there is still space available in that particular programme.
5. Which school results do I use to apply to VUT?
Initial selection will be based on final Grade 11 or any Grade 12 results (final, mid-year and/or 3rd quarter).
6. How do I apply to VUT?
First you have to make sure that you meet the admission requirements of the programme of your choice. Obtain a copy of the undergraduate programme guide as well as an application form from the admissions office (CW Building) or download it from our website (www.vut.ac.za).
Once completed, you must submit your application together with the relevant documentation and application fee to the admissions office by hand or by post.
The fee changes annually so please consult the admissions office to determine the correct amount. All prospective applicants will be notified in writing of the outcome of their application.
7. What is the closing date for applications?
Applications for undergraduate courses close at the end of September each year.