MUT Online Application For 2019, all first year applications are submitted through the Central Applications Office (CAO). This is a simplified way of applying for more than one programme, using one application form, and paying a single application fee. Use your unique CAO number as a reference when paying the application fee. We advise prospective students to choose MUT as a first choice.
Application forms can be downloaded from the CAO website, www.cao.ac.za. You may also apply online by going to www.cao.ac.za, click on the apply tab, then click on apply now, and follow the easy application process. The CAO number appears in tear-off slip on the CAO application form.
Checking the progress of your application
You can track the progress of your application by going to www.cao.ac.za and enter your CAO number, or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 031 268 4444.
Important closing dates:
Faculty of Engineering – first semester applications – 30 September
Faculty of Engineering – second semester applications – 31 May
Faculty of Natural Sciences – 30 September
Analytical Chemistry – second semester applications – 31 May
Faculty of Management Sciences – 30 September
Applications submitted after 30 September accumulate a late application fee determined by the CAO.
30 September 2018
*Please note: applications submitted after the closing date will incur a late application fee.
- R220 for South African applicants
- R275 for International applicants
- R440 for late applications (South African applicants)
- R550 for late applications (International applicants)
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HOW TO APPLY
Step 1: Apply Online
Please note, MUT only accepts online applications. Make sure you apply online.
Prospective MUT students should apply through the Central Application Office (CAO). Once on the site, click on the ‘Apply’ button.
Step 2: Complete your Online Application form in full
*Remember you’ll need an email address. Don’t have one? Get an email address here.
Step 3: Attach all Supporting Documents.
South African applicants need to attach the following certified copies:
- National Senior Certificate
- Identity Document
- Students transferring from other universities should submit an original academic record and a certificate of good conduct.
International Students will need the following documents:
- A valid study permit
- Valid health insurance cover
- A valid passport
- GCE, GCSE, IGCSE or Cambridge School Certificate
Step 4: Apply for Student Residence.
To apply for accommodation, you’ll need to register on Student iEnabler here. For more information on how to register, check out the guidelines here.
Step 5: Find Funding.
Check out all the available funding opportunities on EduFunding (the green button below). If you’re not sure about the differences in funding opportunities, we’ve got you covered.