Cput online application is open for the 2020/2021 academic year.
Cape Peninsula University of Technology (Cput), a university in Cape Town, South Africa, is the only university of technology in the Western Cape province, and is also the largest university in the province, with over 32,000 students.
Cput offers more than 70 career-focused courses.
In this post, you’ll learn about Cput Online Application, required documents, fee payment, the application form download link, and a link to apply online.
How to apply online
Cput online application process is simple. Here’s how to apply online.
There are two ways you can get a form to apply for admission:
1. Download a PDF of the form that you can print at home
2. Collect a printed form at the Registration and Applications Office on the various campuses.
Some qualifications require applicants to submit additional information as part of their application. Please see the Additional admission requirements for more information.
This application form must be completed in full by all students who are applying for a short course at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology and certified copies of all supporting documents must be enclosed.
Once this application form had been completed and the supporting documents are attached, it must be submitted to the course administrator responsible for the short course that you will be attending.
Consult the website to see which course administrator to go to. Once your application had been accepted and processed the course administrator will issue you with a student number.
The supporting documents listed below are documents to be submitted with your application form. Ensure that certified copies are less than three months old.
Remember CPUT reserves the right to take legal action if documents are not authentic.
- A certified copy of the first page of your Identity Document/Card.
- Proof of your highest level of school education.
- International students must submit a valid study visa and proof of medical insurance for the duration of their studies.
Payment of fees
Short course fees are payable in full prior to commencement of the date of the course. Cash payments can be made at the Cashiers Office on the campus.
Provide the cashier with your student number (that had been issued to you by the course administrator) as a reference when making payment.
Should you make payment by means of electronic payment transfer (EFT) proof of such payment has to be submitted to your course administrator.
If your employer is paying your course fee and such employer is:
- A government department or parastatal
- A letter must be obtained in which the employer commits to paying the course fee
- An invoice will then be sent to the employer by the course administrator
- A company or other corporate entity
The employer pays the course fee prior to the course commencing or the applicant does so.
In the latter event, the applicant then claims back the course fees paid from his/her employer.
Track your application
All applications are loaded onto the CPUT system. Once loaded onto the system, an SMS will be sent to you acknowledging that the institution has received your application.
Learn more about Cput sos.
Note, this is not an acceptance notice.
Prospective applicants, who have handed in an application form, can track the progress of their application online or by calling.
To track your CPUT application, follow the link cput.ac.za/study/track and enter the necessary info.
The cput track application form only works with the ID number you filled in on your initial application form or with a valid student number.
If you have been conditionally accepted and have been admitted as well, you may still need to submit some documents to finalize your admission.