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    Studying online with TUT gives you the ability to apply to start studying when it suits you. There are four or six start dates a year depending on the programme you are interested in. Once you have applied and been accepted, payment will be required for the module you are registering for. This confirms your spot in the programme. All payments are on a pay-per-module basis, however, payment must reflect in the TUT account before you a student can register.

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Fees for 2024

Higher Certificate in Contact Centre Management

  • The fees quoted are for 2024 and are subject to an annual increase.
  • Total Fees:R25,152
  • Total Offering Credit:120
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Higher Certificate in Administrative Information Management

  • The fees quoted are for 2024 and are subject to an annual increase.
  • Total Fees:R25,152
  • Total Offering Credit:120
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Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management

  • The fees quoted are for 2024 and are subject to an annual increase.
  • Total Fees:R49,710
  • Total Offering Credit:120
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Postgraduate Diploma in Hospitality Management

  • The fees quoted are for 2024 and are subject to an annual increase.
  • Total Fees:R52,614
  • Total Offering Credit:120
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Study a Master of Engineering Management

  • The fees quoted are for 2024 and are subject to an annual increase.
  • Total Fees:R30,230
  • Total Offering Credit:120
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PAYMENT METHODS

The total tuition fees due for the module must be paid in full before registration will be allowed.

PLEASE NOTE: If a student has historical debt with TUT, any fees paid into their student account will be used to offset that debt before credit will be allocated to their online study programme fees.

Module Payments

Module payments can be made to one of the following accounts, and please send proof of payment to enquiries@online.tut.ac.za.

Absa Bank

Account holder: Tshwane University of Technology
Account number: 4053142603
Reference: Student number
SWIFT code: ABSAZAJJCPT

Standard Bank

Account holder: Tshwane University of Technology
Account number: 011414154
Reference: Student number
SWIFT code: SBZAZAJJ

Bank deposit

If you choose to make a cash payment at the bank, write your full name and student number in clear block letters on the deposit slip. Please keep the deposit documentation in a safe place. If you have any queries regarding the payment, please submit an enquiry – insert your student number as the email subject. Be sure to use your valid TUT student number as the reference.

Electronic funds transfer (EFT)

EFTs that are made from South African banks need to be made about 72 hours before the registration period closes in order to reflect in TUT's account. EFTs made from banks outside South Africa may take longer. It is recommended that foreign students effect payment at least 10 days before the registration deadline. Use your valid TUT student number as a reference.

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY

A student is only allowed to step out of the programme twice (2 cohorts) during the duration of the programme, although this is not recommended.

Should this need arise, the student is obligated to inform their Student Success Coordinator of their intention, in writing. 

If a student wishes to cancel or withdraw from the programme, they are obligated to inform their Student Success Coordinator in writing.

 

REFUND POLICY

 

In order to qualify for a refund of the module fees, the refund request must be made in writing no later than seven days after the start of the module. 

 


This request can be sent to enquiries@online.tut.ac.za by following this process.

 



A completed application form for a refund on credit amounts must be accompanied by the following supporting documents:

 

  1. A certified copy of identification or original ID book.
  2. A confirmation of banking details from the bank, a bank statement or a cancelled cheque.
  3. A letter of consent by the sponsor, employer or parent, if applicable.

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