MUT is ready to register new students

Zolisa Gqamane

As South Africa celebrates the release of grade 12 examinations, Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) is itching to receive the 2023 cohort of students who will register to pursue their studies at the University. This week, the university reminded potential students who have just received their grade 12 results to be on the lookout for offers from MUT and to accept offers as instructed.

Deputy Registrar for Academic Affairs at MUT, Zolisa Gqamane, said the University’s selection processes were in full swing. He explained that the selectors had already started giving offers to potential students based on the released grade 12 results.

“Those who applied to study at MUT will receive instructions on how to accept offers and what they need to register,” explained Gqamane. “Our registration is fully online and we are not expecting any students to come to campus, except in cases where there are issues that can only be resolved physically.”

Gqamane added that the University has been hard at work ensuring that potential students apply to the institution through the relevant channels.

“Potential students who did not apply to MUT will not be considered. We are cautioning students and parents of these students to be careful of scammers who falsely promise to get students a place at MUT. I want to re-iterate that MUT does not accept walk-in applications and that our applications are made through the CAO. The University does not hire any intermediaries to accept money on its behalf,” concluded Gqamane.