Formed in 2002, after a merger between Technikon Natal and ML Sultan Technikon, Durban University of Technology continues to go from strength to strength. With seven campuses – five in Durban and two in Pietermaritzburg – DUT continues to attract students from around South Africa and Africa. If you see your future at DUT, keep reading to learn how to check your DUT application status and download the DUT prospectus.
How To Check Your DUT Application Status
With the excitement of possibly getting accepted into DUT, it’s crucial that you remember to track your DUT application status. Many students have horror stories of missing opportunities because they didn’t respond with necessary documents on time or accept enrollment offers. You can avoid this same fate by following our step-by-step guide below that details how to track your DUT application online.
Step 1: Visit The DUT Website
Go to dut.ac.za.
Step 2: Navigate To The CAO Portal
On the home page, select “Information” then “Check your Status”. You will then be redirected to the CAO Portal.
Note: The CAO portal is The Central Application Office, which means you can track your application status for a number of Universities.
Step 3: Enter Your Details and Click Submit
Once you’re on the CAO portal, follow the prompts and enter your details to review your DUT application status online.
How To Access The DUT Prospectus
The Durban University of Technology has made it on to the World Top 500 universities 2021, giving alumni and current students more to brag about. This ranking has also made the university the number one University of Technology in South Africa.
As a potential student, if you want to join these illustrious ranks, you should ensure you prepare a winning application. The best way to ensure you have a winning application is to find information relevant to your application and life at the school from the DUT prospectus
The DUT prospectus details the entry requirements to be eligible for a programme and career options based on your grades and APS. To access this document, you can click here.
Something else you should consider doing before you apply to DUT is to review the university’s career leaflets. You can access these leaflets by visiting the website at dut.ac.za and then selecting Application and Registration Information. Then on the right-hand side of the page, you will see a list under “Menu,” The third option on this list is Career Leaflets. After selecting “Career Leaflets,” you’ll be redirected to a page where you can review all the school’s available programmes. Choose some based on your interests to see which will be the best option for you.
If you find yourself getting stuck at any one of the above steps, phone DUT on 031 373 2000 or email the university at email@example.com. You can also follow DUT on social media for a quicker response to your most pertinent questions. Follow them on Twitter @dut_tweets and Facebook @DurbanUniversityofTechnology.