86,138 applications to MUT

Potential students in Bozzoli Hall

This is the statistical representation from the Central Applications Office (CAO) of the number of students applying to MUT for first-year studies. Dr Enoch Duma Malaza, MUT Vice-Chancellor, has expressed positive sentiments about such a huge interest in MUT. Penning his New Year welcome message, Dr Malaza said: “I am heartened to see so many students scrambling to get a space at MUT-this is a sign that we are still relevant and that our programmes are being sought after”. On Monday, 07 January, barely a few hours before the University officially opened, there were already huge queues of students accompanied by their parents seeking admission. The Registrar’s office quickly devised a plan to address queries at Bozzoli Hall. “We are hopeful that the registration process will be seamless”, said the Registration Team led by Mr Zolisa Gqamane, deputy-registrar (academic) and Mr Sunshine Kunene, head of academic administration.