Central University of Technology CUT Fees Structure 2022

By | February 25, 2022

Central University of Technology CUT Fees Structure 2022/2023

Central University of Technology CUT Fees Structure – Details:

To learn about fees such as application feeadmission fee, tuition, and scholarships for Central University of Technology CUT Programs, read full details below. If you have questions after reviewing this information, you may contact the Institute’s Admissions Office for more details.

The fees structure supports:

  • Facilities, programs, and services that promote student involvement and that are complementary to, but not part of, instructional programs.
  • Supports operating and capital expenses for services related to the physical and psychological health and well-being of students, social and cultural activities and programs.
  • Services related to campus life and campus community, and educational and career support services.

These policies and procedures are applicable to all students who officially register for programs at Central University of Technology CUT. The institute reserves the right to change fees without prior notice to the student. However, fee changes are subject to approval by the Governing Council.


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Fees Structure

All self-funded students pay the following fees on enrolment:

Enrolment fee (non-refundable):

R1 060.00

Minimum tuition fees:

R5 960.00

Total Registration fee

R7 020.00


c. Residence fees payable on enrolment:

Minimum boarding fees:

R2 700.00

Breakage deposit:

R550.00 (year

Fees Payable

  1. Application is free
  2. Guideline: 2022 Financial Registration Guidelines (PDF)
  3. Tuition fees

Apply for Reduced Minimum Initial Payment of Registration fees

As per the 2022 Financial Registration Guidelines (PDF), the university is assisting students with a household income of less than R600 000 per annum to be considered for a reduced minimum initial payment that are payable before a student is allowed to register.

In order to be considered for the reduced minimum initial payment, the student/parent must apply and provide proof of the combined household income. The documents must be submitted during the registrations, but not later than 28 January 2022.

How to apply

  • Read page 2 in the application form (DOC) carefully.
  • Complete and submit the application form (DOC) – pages 3 and 4 before 28 January 2022 to financeinfo@cut.ac.za.

Bursaries and Scholarships

bursary is a form of financial assistance given to a student for further study or training. Bursaries may differ in terms of an amount of money and duration. Students are selected according to various criteria set by donors, which could include academic merit and financial need. Some bursaries require that students sign a contract to enter the employment of the donor after graduation.

The scholarship amount is normally based on outstanding academic achievement. Scholarships do not normally require the recipient to repay the scholarship and usually, have no employment conditions attached.

Tips: How to apply for a Bursary/Scholarship

  • Read the Bursary Brochure and find the bursaries that suit your needs.
  • Check the closing dates for applications.
  • Apply directly to the person/company specified.
  • Apply for more than one bursary and make sure that you meet the requirements.
  • Explore other ways of financing your studies in the event of the bursary application being unsuccessful.


Specific bursaries at CUT


Such bursaries are for candidates who are pursuing further studies for the first time after Grade 12 and who are enrolled as full-time students for a diploma or degree course/ at CUT. The amount allocated is calculated on the basis of the six highest symbols achieved by the candidate in the final Grade 12 examination. The criteria and amounts of these awards are reviewed on an annual basis.


These bursaries are additional to the normal academic bursaries. First-year students who qualify will automatically be considered for such a bursary. The following categories are available:


Each A symbol on HG – R1 000.00 Each A symbol on SG – R600.00


A bursary of R1 000.00 will be awarded to a student who achieved an A symbol (HG or SG) in the final Grade 12 examination and who is enrolled for a course in Engineering or Health and Environmental Sciences.


Top-ten bursaries (awarded to the ten best first-year entrants). To be considered for such a bursary, a minimum of 42 points on the CUT scoring scale, calculated on the basis of the candidate’s six best subjects, is required.


At least 27 points on the CUT scoring scale in the final Grade 12 examination is an additional requirement. The following applicants may qualify for such bursaries:

  • Head boy / girl of a high school
  • Chairperson of the representative council of learners of a high school
  • Deputy head boy / girl of a high school
  • Vice-chairperson of the representative council of learners of a high school
  • Head boy / girl of a high-school hostel
  • Winner of a national subject Olympiad
  • Winner of a national expo
  • Member of the “Presidentverkenners” or Springbok Scouts.

Contact Address of Central University of Technology CUT

For more information and enquiries, contact the Central University of Technology CUT below:

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