TUT Bursaries, Loans and Scholarships 2020 – 2021

TUT  Bursaries , Loans and Scholarships 2020 – 2021

TUT Merit Bursaries for New Entrant First-year students

  • ​These bursaries are made available to newcomer students who enrol for a National Diploma or a B Tech degree at the University for the first time after Grade 12.
  • Only South African citizens qualify for these bursaries.
  • Students who enrol for non-subsidised courses, do not qualify for these bursaries.
  • A student only qualifies for the bursary if they register for all the modules of a specific course.
  • Students who have studied at other universities and those students who have already studied at the University and who are undergraduate students again, do not qualify for these bursaries.
  • Allocations are made annually and should a student cancel their registration in the year they receive the award they will forfeit the allocation.
  • Eligibility is determined by the average percentage of each subject on the Grade 12 certificate which will provide an accumulated discount based on the subjects passed on a certain level.
Criteria and the value of bursaries to be determined by the FAC annually:
CRITERIA​ VALUE OF DISCOUNT PER SUBJECT (ALL COURSES)
≥ 85% To be determined annually​
75% to 84% To be determined annually​
< 74%​ 0​

TUT Merit Bursaries for Undergraduate Returning Students

  • These bursaries are awarded to undergraduate students who continue with their registration for National Diplomas and B Tech degrees at the University.
  • Students who have been enrolled at other institutions previously could qualify as well, provided that they have obtained recognition for the subjects at the University.
  • Only South African citizens qualify for these bursaries.
  • Students who are enrolled for non-subsidised courses, do not qualify for these bursaries.
  • Bursaries are awarded for prior academic performance provided the student registers again at the University for an undergraduate qualification.
  • The average percentage of each subject is calculated according to the November results and an accumulated discount for all subjects passed on a certain level will be allocated as a bursary.
  • Allocations will be made annually after the first registration and all the subjects that were registered for in the previous year are taken into consideration.

Criteria and the value of the bursaries to be determined by the FAC annually:​

CRITERIA
VALUE OF DISCOUNT PER SUBJECT
(ALL COURSES)
≥ 85%
To be determined annually​
75% to 84% To be determined annually​
< 74% 0​​

TUT Merit Bursaries for Postgraduate Returning Students

All funding will be administered according to the policies, rules and regulations stipulated by the Directorate: Research and Innovation.

 

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