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General Information

For first year enrolment

2012

Live your life. Create your destiny.

Vision

To be a quality-driven university of technology at the cutting edge of innovation.

Mission

As a progressive institution of higher education, the Tshwane University of Technology's mission is to contribute innovatively to the socio-economic development of South Africa by ­ · · · · · · · offering a portfolio of relevant, recognised and careerfocused programmes; producing well-rounded graduates who are attuned to the needs of the economy; being a research hub responsive to the challenges of the continent; acting as an incubator for postgraduate study in clearly defined areas of strength; generating, integrating and applying knowledge to stimulate socio-economic development; partnering communities in sustainable development; and being student-centred and quality-driven in everything we do.

Value statements

To attain its vision, the Tshwane University of Technology is critically dependent on the committed efforts of all members of the TUT stakeholder community, especially staff and students. · We value the diversity of views, knowledge and ability each member of the TUT stakeholder community brings to our quest for excellence in advancing and applying knowledge. · We respect the right of all to be heard, without denigrating the dignity of others. · We support progressive thinking and encourage innovation, creativity and teamwork. · We recognise professional competence and hard work. · We respond to the needs and challenges of our country and continent. · We foster an organisational culture of caring, openness, honesty and fairness. · We conduct our business in a sustainable, environmentally friendly way. · Our academic integrity is not negotiable.

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Table of contents

MiSSiOn ..............................................................................................................2 ViSiOn ..................................................................................................................2 VAlUe STATeMenTS..............................................................................................2 There iS A Sign Of qUAliTy ...............................................................................7 fAcUlTieS And leArning SiTeS .......................................................................7 geOgrAPhic fOOTPrinTS And MAPS .................................................................7 AcAdeMic infOrMATiOn .....................................................................................8 hierArchy Of qUAlificATiOnS...........................................................................8 PrOgrAMMe infOrMATiOn .................................................................................8 AlTernATiVe And inTernATiOnAl qUAlificATiOnS ...........................................8 APPlicATiOn.........................................................................................................9 clOSing dATeS fOr APPlicATiOnS ...................................................................9 MATheMATicS Or MATheMATicAl liTerAcy.......................................................10 finAnciAl Aid direcTOrATe................................................................................10 APPlicATiOn PrOcedUre ....................................................................................10 BUrSArieS And SchOlArShiPS ..........................................................................10 lOAnS ...................................................................................................................10 STUdenT inSUrAnce ...........................................................................................11 cAreer cOUnSelling And STUdy gUidAnce ....................................................11 TrAnSPOrT ..........................................................................................................12 FacUlTy oF EconoMics and FinancE................................................................19 nATiOnAl higher cerTificATe: AccOUnTAncy (hcAT04) ..................................19 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: AccOUnTing (ndAT05) ......................................................19 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: cOST And MAnAgeMenT AccOUnTing (ndcM05) ............19 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: ecOnOMic MAnAgeMenT AnAlySiS (ndeB03) .................20 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: finAnce And AccOUnTing (PUBlic) (ndfA99) .................20 nATiOnAl higher cerTificATe: finAnciAl infOrMATiOn SySTeMS (hcfi04) ..20 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: finAnciAl infOrMATiOn SySTeMS (ndfi07) ....................21 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: inTernAl AUdiTing (ndiA05) ............................................21 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: lOcAl gOVernMenT finAnce (ndlg99)...........................21 direcTOrATe Of SPOrT And recreATiOn .........................................................14 ViSiT OUr OPen dAyS .........................................................................................14 VenUeS .................................................................................................................14 TUT cOnTAcT deTAilS ..........................................................................................15 STUdenT recrUiTMenT TeAM .............................................................................18 SerViceS Offered By The recrUiTMenT Office ..............................................18 AccOMMOdATiOn, reSidence life And cATering ............................................12 OUr reSidenceS..................................................................................................12 iMPOrTAnT infOrMATiOn ...................................................................................13 reSidence AccOMMOdATiOn: generAl infOrMATiOn .....................................13 STUdenT AffAirS And reSidence OPerATiOnS ................................................14

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FacUlTy oF EnginEEring and ThE BUilT EnVironMEnT ..................................22 sEcTion a: The BUilT enVirOnMenT .................................................................22 generic reqUireMenTS fOr All qUAlificATiOnS Offered By ThiS dePArTMenT: .......................................................................................................22 BAccAlAUreUS TechnOlOgiAe: ArchiTecTUre: PrOfeSSiOnAl (BTPS09) ......22 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: BUilding (ndBU04) ...........................................................22 sEcTion B: engineering enVirOnMenT............................................................23 generic STiPUlATiOnS WiTh regArdS TO The nATiOnAl diPlOMAS..............23 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: engineering: cheMicAl (ndce03) ...................................25 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: engineering: ciVil (ndci03) ............................................26 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: engineering: elecTricAl (ndee03).................................26 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: engineering: indUSTriAl (ndei03) .................................27 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: engineering: MechAnicAl (ndMe05)..............................27 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: engineering: MechATrOnicS (ndMr06) .........................27 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: engineering: MeTAllUrgy (ndMy03) .............................27 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: engineering: POlyMer TechnOlOgy (ndPy03) .............28 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: engineering: SUrVeying (ndSU03) ................................28 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: Three-diMenSiOnAl deSign (nddi08) .............................29 FacUlTy oF hUManiTiEs .....................................................................................30 nATiOnAl cerTificATe: VerSATile BrOAdcASTing (ncVB01) ...........................30 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: BUSineSS cOMMUnicATiOn (ndBc03) ..............................30 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: cOrrecTiOnAl SerViceS MAnAgeMenT (ndgV98) ..........31 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: inTernATiOnAl cOMMUnicATiOn (ndic03) ......................31 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: JOUrnAliSM (ndJr01) ........................................................32 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: lAngUAge PrAcTice (ndlP00) .........................................32 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: legAl ASSiSTAnce (ndle00) .............................................33 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: lOcAl gOVernMenT MAnAgeMenT (ndlM08) .................33 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: POlicing (ndP099) ............................................................34 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: PUBlic MAnAgeMenT (ndPA01) ........................................34

nATiOnAl diPlOMA: PUBlic relATiOnS MAnAgeMenT (ndPr03) ....................35 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: rOAd TrAffic And MUniciPAl POlice MAnAgeMenT: ...35 MUniciPAl And TrAffic POlicing (ndry03) ......................................................35 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: rOAd TrAffic And MUniciPAl POlice MAnAgeMenT: rOAd SAfeTy (ndrS03) .......................................................................................36 BAccAlAUreUS edUcATiOniS: (feT): SPeciAliSATiOn (BeedS2,

BeedS3, BeedS4, BeedS5) ............................................................................36

BAccAlAUreUS edUcATiOniS (geT): inTerMediATe/SeniOr PhASe (BeiS02) ................................................................................................ 37 BAccAlAUreUS edUcATiOniS (geT): fOUndATiOn PhASe (BefP02) ............. 37 BAccAlAUreUS edUcATiOniS: (feT): SPeciAliSATiOn (BeedS6, BeedS7, BeedS8, BeedS9) .................................................................................................38 FacUlTy oF inForMaTion and coMMUnicaTion TEchnology .......................39 nATiOnAl cerTificATe: WeBMASTer (ncWe03) .................................................39 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: cOMPUTer STUdieS (ndcS04) ..........................................39 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: engineering: cOMPUTer SySTeMS (ndcy03) .................40 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: infOrMATiOn TechnOlOgy: BUSineSS APPlicATiOnS (ndiB04) .......................................................................................40 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: infOrMATiOn TechnOlOgy: cOMMUnicATiOn neTWOrKS (ndiK04) ............................................................................................41 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: infOrMATiOn TechnOlOgy: inTelligenT indUSTriAl SySTeMS (ndii04) ............................................................................42 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: infOrMATiOn TechnOlOgy: MUlTiMediA (ndiU04).........42 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: infOrMATiOn TechnOlOgy: SOfTWAre deVelOPMenT (ndiS04) ......................................................................................43 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: infOrMATiOn TechnOlOgy: SUPPOrT SerViceS (ndiP04) ...............................................................................................................44 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: infOrMATiOn TechnOlOgy: TechnicAl APPlicATiOnS (ndil04) .......................................................................................44

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nATiOnAl diPlOMA: infOrMATiOn TechnOlOgy: WeB And APPlicATiOn deVelOPMenT (ndiW04) .....................................................................................45 FacUlTy oF ManagEMEnT sciEncEs ..................................................................46 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: AdMiniSTrATiVe MAnAgeMenT: finAnciAl (ndAf98) ......46 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: AdMiniSTrATiVe MAnAgeMenT: generAl (ndAg98) .......46 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: AdVenTUre TOUriSM MAnAgeMenT (ndAV01) ................46 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: cOnTAcT cenTre MAnAgeMenT (ndcc01) .......................47 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: crediT MAnAgeMenT (ndcr02) .......................................47 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: ecOTOUriSM MAnAgeMenT (ndeK01) ..............................47 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: enTrePreneUrShiP (ndeU05) ..........................................48 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: eVenT MAnAgeMenT (ndVM09) ........................................48 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: hOSPiTAliTy MAnAgeMenT (ndhM04) .............................48 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: hUMAn reSOUrceS MAnAgeMenT (ndhr96) ..................48 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: lOgiSTicS (ndlO01)...........................................................49 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: MAnAgeMenT (ndMg98) ...................................................49 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: MAnAgeMenT SerViceS (ndMS98)...................................49 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: MArKeTing (ndMK95) .......................................................49 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: Office MAnAgeMenT And TechnOlOgy (ndOM03) ........50 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: OPerATiOnS MAnAgeMenT (ndOS04) ..............................50 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: OrgAniSATiOnAl leAderShiP (ndOl01) ..........................50 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: recreATiOn MAnAgeMenT (ndrc04) ...............................50 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: reTAil BUSineSS MAnAgeMenT (ndrB97) .......................51 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: SPOrT MAnAgeMenT (ndSM01) ........................................51 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: TOUriSM MAnAgeMenT (ndTM02)....................................51 FacUlTy oF sciEncE ............................................................................................52 nATiOnAl cerTificATe: denTAl ASSiSTing (ncdS91) ........................................52 nATiOnAl cerTificATe: OccUPATiOnAl TherAPy ASSiSTAnTS (ncOy97) .........53 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: AgricUlTUre: AniMAl PrOdUcTiOn (ndAP04).................53

nATiOnAl diPlOMA: AgricUlTUre: cOMMerciAl MiXed fArMing (ndMX04) ..54 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: AgricUlTUre: crOP PrOdUcTiOn (ndAr04) ....................54 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: AgricUlTUre: deVelOPMenT And eXTenSiOn (nddX04) 55 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: AnAlyTicAl cheMiSTry (ndAc03).....................................55 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: BiOMedicAl TechnOlOgy (ndBM01) ................................56 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: BiOTechnOlOgy (ndBT03) ................................................56 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: clinicAl TechnOlOgy (ndcT00) ......................................57 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: denTAl TechnOlOgy (nddT96) ........................................57 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: ecOTOUriSM (ndeK01) ......................................................58 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: enVirOnMenTAl heAlTh (ndeh95) ................................58 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: enVirOnMenTAl ScienceS (ndeV02) ...............................59 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: eqUine Science (ndeq04) ................................................59 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: fire TechnOlOgy (ndfy01) ..............................................60 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: fOOd TechnOlOgy (ndfT03) .........................................60 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: gAMe rAnch MAnAgeMenT (ndgr04) .............................61 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: geOlOgy (ndge04) ........................................................61 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: hOrTicUlTUre (ndhO04) ..................................................62 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: lAndScAPe TechnOlOgy (ndlT04) ..................................62 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: MedicAl OrThOTicS And PrOSTheTicS (ndOP04) ..........63 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: nATUre cOnSerVATiOn (ndnA04) ....................................63 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: OfficiATing And cOAching Science (ndOc01) ...............64 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: rAdiOgrAPhy: diAgnOSTic (ndrg96) .............................65 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: SOMATOlOgy (ndSy97).....................................................65 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: SPOrT And eXerciSe TechnOlOgy (ndSX05) .................66 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: VeTerinAry TechnOlOgy (ndVe96) .................................66 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: WATer cAre (ndWc10) ......................................................67 BAccAlAUreUS TechnOlOgiAe: nUrSing Science (BTnS01) ...........................67 BAccAlAUreUS: PhArMAciAe (B PhArM) ..........................................................68

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FacUlTy oF ThE arTs ..........................................................................................70 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: dAnce (nddA96)................................................................70 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: drAMA (nddr03) ...............................................................70 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: fAShiOn (ndfh03) .............................................................71 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: filM And TeleViSiOn PrOdUcTiOn (ndfM08) .................71 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: fine ArT (ndfe96) .............................................................71 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: grAPhic deSign (ndgd04) ...............................................72 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: inTeriOr deSign (ndTd04) ..............................................72 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: JeWellery deSign And MAnUfAcTUre (ndJd99) ............72 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: MUlTiMediA: ViSUAl ArTS-BASed (ndUM04) ...................73 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: MUSic (ndMU05) ...............................................................73 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: MUSicAl TheATre (ndMT02) .............................................73 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: PerfOrMing ArTS TechnOlOgy (ndUK01) ......................74 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: PhOTOgrAPhy (ndPg96) ..................................................74 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: TeXTile deSign And TechnOlOgy (ndTd97)...................74 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: VOcAl ArT: chOrAl TrAining (ndVc04) ..........................75 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: VOcAl ArT: PedAgOgy (ndVP04) ......................................75 nATiOnAl diPlOMA: VOcAl ArT: PerfOrMAnce (ndVf04) ................................75 MAPS ....................................................................................................................76 geOgrAPhic fOOTPrinTS And MAPS .................................................................76

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TUT as a university of technology

The strategic focus of TUT as a university of technology is on the development of the human resources of South Africa. learning programmes are developed, in collaboration with industry and professional bodies, around specific cutting-edge work-related competencies and specifications. The primary focus is thus professional and career focused education. To promote readiness to practise the career, a system of cooperative education is in place at the institution, which allows the student to be exposed to a period of learning in the labour market. Academic offerings are also designed with the latest technological advances in mind, are studentcentred and are intent on the development of the student in totality. at TUT, the emphasis is on: · cutting-edge technology · innovation through to commercialisation · Problem-solving skills · research and innovation · Partnerships and networks · Technological incubators, technology stations, centres and institutes · community engagement The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) aims at being the largest residential educational institution in South Africa. it is well on its way to becoming one of the most technologically advanced institutions in the country. This unique institution has a student body which is one of the most demographically representative in the country in terms of both race and gender, reflecting the rainbow nation in all its diversity. it has 28 rated researchers.

with trade and industry. in this way, we can ensure that courses are affordable and that curricula have definite vocational and professional links. To promote readiness to practise a career, a system of cooperative education is in place at the institution. This exposes students to a period of learning in the labour market and promotes their readiness to practise their chosen careers. Academically, TUT is divided into seven faculties (the seat of each faculty is indicated in brackets):

Faculties and learning sites

· · · · · · · faculty of economics and finance (ga-rankuwa campus) faculty of engineering and the Built environment (Pretoria campus) faculty of humanities (Soshanguve campus) faculty of information and communication Technology (Soshanguve campus) faculty of Management Sciences (Pretoria campus) faculty of Science ­ incorporating natural Sciences, health Sciences and Agriculture (Arcadia campus, Pretoria cBd) faculty of the Arts (Arts campus, Pretoria cBd)

geographic footprints and maps

its geographic footprint covers three of South Africa's nine provinces ­ gauteng, Mpumalanga and limpopo, with campuses located in Tshwane (Pretoria, Soshanguve and ga-rankuwa), Mbombela, eMalahleni (previously called Witbank) and Polokwane (previously called Pietersburg). large numbers of students are also drawn from other provinces, as well as neighboring countries such as Botswana, Zimbabwe, namibia and Swaziland. campus Arts eMalahleni ga-rankuwa Mbombela Polokwane Pretoria Soshanguve South Soshanguve north gPs coordinates to campuses (25º44'26.16"S 28º11'45.99"e) (25º52'44.40"S 29º14'09.89"e) (25º37'05.92"S 28º00'08.31"e) (25º30'01.11"S 30º57'17.03"e) (23°54'50.81"S 29°26'58.94"e) (25º43'53.55"S 28º09'40.38"e) (25º32'26.88"S 28º05'46.16"e) (25º31'13.08"S 28º06'46.44"e)

There is a sign of quality

As a dynamic university of technology, the Tshwane University of Technology will provide you with unlimited opportunities for professional and personal development, while equipping you with skills and knowledge to live your life to the fullest and to create your own destiny. At TUT, we value the diversity of views, knowledge and abilities each member of the TUT stakeholder community brings to the University's quest for excellence in advancing and applying knowledge. Since the University supports progressive thinking and encourages innovation, TUT's seven faculties offer a broad spectrum of widely recognised programmes, many of which are unique to TUT, to choose from. With such a choice, you are bound to find a career just for you! While we excel in the cultural and sporting arena and have a vibrant student life, TUT remains an institution focused on academic excellence. We respond to the needs and challenges of our country and continent, thus new market-related courses are developed continuously in close collaboration

To view TUT campuses on google Earth

Step 1: download google earth Step 2: install the TUT campus data file

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academic information

hierarchy of qualifications

The basic qualifications the institution confers are the national diploma (n dip) and the Bachelor's degree in Technology (B Tech). Possibilities for further studies are the Master's degree in Technology (M Tech) and the doctorate in Technology (d Tech). different exit levels exist. d Tech degree M Tech degree B Tech degree nATiOnAl diPlOMA nATiOnAl higher cerTificATe nATiOnAl cerTificATe 7 years 5 years 4 years 3 years 2 years 1 year d.

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programmes/ courses could change from year to year. Prospective students will not be admitted to any qualification without prior evaluation. for some programmes/courses, students will be required to write an admission test, which will determine whether they will be admitted to the programme/ course, or whether it will be recommended to them that they enroll for a relevant foundation course. The following table indicates the levels of performance required for entry to specific levels of study:

results format for the new nsc-g and the minimum admission requirements for TUT: raTing codE 7 6 5 = degree 4 = diploma 3 = foundation 2 1 raTing Outstanding achievement Meritorious achievement Substantial achievement Adequate achievement Moderate achievement elementary achievement not achieved MarKs 80 ­ 100 70 ­ 79 60 ­ 69 50 ­ 59 40 ­ 49 30 ­ 39 0 ­ 29

Programme information

Minimum admission requirements TUT admission requirements for entry-level programmes adhere to national legislation and therefore the following are required: Bed degrees at least four subjects at a performance level 4. (Substantial achievement 60 ­ 69%). · national diplomas: at least four subjects at performance level 3. (Adequate achievement 50 ­ 59%). · Acceptance is subject to available capacity according to the Student enrolment Plan (SeP). Please verify specific and additional requirements per programme as indicated in the brochure. no person may be registered as a student in a programme/course of TUT unless he or she complies with the following: general admission requirements for TUT a. A pass mark in english at Senior certificate level (minimum additional language; certain programmes/courses may require first or home language status). b. each programme/course has its own specific admission requirements. c. Prospective students should note that the admission requirements of individual ·

alternative and international qualifications

accEPTancE is sUBJEcT To aVailaBlE caPaciTy according To ThE sTUdEnT EnrolMEnT Plan (sEP). Alternative and international qualifications (e.g. higscE, igcsE, nssc a&o level, iB higher and standard level) will be assessed on the equivalent basis by the south african Qualifications authority, and a full or conditional exemption certificate will be issued. This exemption certificate is a prerequisite for all students who want to enroll for undergraduate studies. The Tshwane University of Technology cannot obtain this certificate on your behalf. south african Qualifications authority SAqA house, 1067 Arcadia Street, hatfield, Pretoria,0083. Postnet Suite 248, Private BagX06, Waterkloof, Pretoria,0145 Tel: 012 4315170 fax: 012 4315174 SAqA helpdesk: 086010 3188 www.saqa.org.za www.che.ac.za 012 392 9100 www.umalusi.org.za 012 349 1510

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recognition of prior learning candidates may also apply for recognition of prior learning at the Office of the registrar. The specific relevant documentation will be requested from these applicants, and these cases will be handled on an individual basis. candidates from private schools in South Africa (who did not write any of the examinations mentioned above) may apply to the Office of the registrar for admission via the Senate's discretionary route. Tel: 012 382 5579

application

Prospective students are required to complete an Application for Admission form and post or deliver it to the Tshwane University of Technology, Private Bag X680, PreTOriA 0001. how to apply for 2012 Prospective students are required to complete an Application for Admission form and submit it to the Tshwane University of Technology, Private Bag X680, PreTOriA 0001. · A fully completed application form and certified copies of your identity document and grade 11 results and/or highest academic results, as well as the administration fee of r200, must reach the institution before the specified closing dates. The application form can be downloaded from the website. http://www.tut.ac.za/Students/enrol/apply/Pages/default.aspx The application can only be processed as soon as the certified documents (identity document, grade 11/12 results and proof of payment) are received. These documents must be posted, as only the original application forms can be processed. · late applications will be considered only if more students can still be accommodated in the programmes/courses concerned. TUT can only accommodate a limited number of students per programme/course. in a case where an applicant's application is unsuccessful, due to the fact that his/her school symbols submitted with his/her application did not meet the requirements for admission to the programme/course he/she applied for, and his/her latest symbols are an improvement on the symbols submitted, he/she is welcome to bring the letter notifying him/her that the application was unsuccessful, as well as proof of the improved results, to the Admissions Office for the application to be reconsidered. Processing of applications Please bear with the Application department for not processing the application immediately, due to the large number of applications and considering the closing

dates. Application is received and sorted according to faculty, programme/course and date received. Applicant's information is captured and a reference number is created. The grade 11 results are calculated to ensure that applicant meets TUT programme/course requirements. The outcome of the grade 11 results can result in the following: · if the applicant is accepted for programme/course applied for, a letter is sent to him/her, inviting him/her for potential assessment, applicant phones to make appointment, applicant writes an assessment, applicant is accepted or denied. · if the applicant is denied on the grade 11 results for that specific programme/ course, the second choice is processed. letter is sent to applicant. accepted applicant registers in January with grade 12 results (must be equal to or better than grade 11 results). Please note, however, that improved results do not automatically guarantee an applicant a place in the programme/course of his/her choice. Should an applicant qualify for admission, acceptance would still depend on the availability of space in that programme/course. Phone the Application department at 012 382 5780/5994/5855 after July to find out whether the applicant has been accepted. application fee: r200 This fee covers the administration cost of processing application forms and is non-refundable in the event of an application being unsuccessful. The administration fee may be deposited at: ABSA Bank, account number 040000003. Please write the applicant's identity number in the reference column. Send the deposit slip with the application form.

closing dates for applications

15 May: for programmes that start in July of the same year. closing dates for applications for programmes that start in the following year · 15 June: for nature conservation, radiography, dental Assisting and dental Technology. · 15 august: for all other programmes/courses. The closing date for applications for admission to first-semester and year courses is 15 August of the preceding year, except for certain courses of which the closing date is 15 June. The closing date for second-semester courses is 15 May of the year concerned. · 15 september: for all international applications. reference number When the application has been processed, the applicant will be allocated a unique reference number for identification. ·

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Mathematics or Mathematical literacy?

· · · · All learners are required to take one of the two subjects for nSc-g purposes TUT position: Mathematics is relevant to programmes/courses that require a prior knowledge of Mathematics. it is compulsory for the faculties of Science, engineering and the Built environment and information and communication Technology (icT) Mathematical literacy is optional for the faculties of The Arts and humanities. The following faculties require either one of the two: Management Sciences and economics and finance.

academic merit bursaries for new entrant first-year students These bursaries are made available to newcomer students who enroll for a national diploma or B Tech at the University for the first time after grade 12. Only South African citizens may apply for these bursaries. Students who enroll for special courses, short learning programmes and foundation programmes do not qualify for these bursaries. A student only qualifies for the bursary if he/she registers for all the modules of a specific course. Students who have studied at other universities and students who have already studied at the TUT and who are undergraduate students again do not qualify for these bursaries. eligibility is determined by the average percentage of the rating score obtained on the grade 12 certificate. Only the six (6) subjects with the highest rating will be taken into consideration. raTing codE 7 6 5 4 3 aVEragE % 85 75 65 55 45

learners can improve their Mathematics or science symbols after grade 12 at TUT. · full-time grade 12 Mathematics and Science program from January to november. · Monday to friday: full-day classes at Soshanguve north campus in Soshanguve (Aubrey Matlala road) building 10, room g17. · r7000 class fee for Mathemathics and Physical Science, books included. · learners must arrange their own accommodation. Telephone enquiries: 012 382 9382 from 08:00 - 16:00

Financial aid directorate

application procedure

Prospective students must indicate on their Application for Admission form whether they want to be considered for financial assistance. returning students must reapply annually at their local financial Aid Offices. financial assistance is generally awarded to South African citizens whose eligibility is tested by accessing their academic performance and financial neediness. closing daTE: 15 october (returning students) 31 January (new students)

criteria and the value of bursaries to be determined by the financial Aid committee (fAc) annually: criTEria 7 and more subjects with a rating score of 7 6 and more subjects with a rating score of 7 6 and more subjects with a rating score of 6 6 and more subjects with a rating score of 5 ValUE oF BUrsary SeT course* r7 000 r6 000 r4 000 r2 000 Other courses r7 000 r3 000 r2 000 r1 000

Bursaries and scholarships

Private and government funding These awards are non-repayable and could cover a portion or all study costs. Various types of private or government funding are allocated to deserving students through interaction with the specific donor. University merit bursaries Merit bursaries are allocated to a range of students from first-time entering students to postgraduate students. its intention is to attract and retain quality students through the rewarding of prior or current performance excellence of an academic and a non-academic nature.

* Specific courses identified as being part of Science; engineering and Technology (SeT).

loans

loans are repayable with interest over a fixed term determined by the lender. nsFas (national student Financial aid scheme) The national Student financial Aid Scheme provides study loans to academically deserving and financially needy students who wish to study at tertiary education institutions.

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What are the qualifying criteria? Financial need A national Means Test will be applied to determine your expected family contribution (efc). The following formula is used to allocate the award: Award = costs- Bursaries ­ expected family contribution (efc) academic assessment senior students: your full academic record at the University will be considered to assess your academic performance. Students must pass the equivalent average of 0,60 SAPSe credits (combined subject credits) per annum to qualify, and complete a three-year qualification in five years (n+2). general · The nSfAS interest rate is linked to the repo rate as determined by the South African reserve Bank. · you will be expected to make an own family contribution towards the total cost of your studies. · Providing false information will cancel your application. · Any attempt to abuse the system to obtain assistance will be dealt with severely. · your academic performance in the year of allocation will earn you a bursary conversion up to 40% of the loan amount. · Any credit balance on your account will be returned to nSfAS as your first loan repayment. · repayment commences after completion or termination of your studies. nB: The allocation of any funding is subject to the availability of funds.

contact details: Pretoria campus Arcadia campus ga-rankuwa campus Soshanguve campus

012 012 012 012

382 382 382 382

4465 6295 9950 9082

Soshanguve campus Mbombela campus eMalahleni campus Polokwane campus

012 013 013 015

382 745 653 287

9082 3559 3111 0722

PayMEnT oF FEEs aFTEr PrograMME sElEcTion All fees indicated in this brochure are subject to change, as the fees were not yet approved when going to print. The first-year class fees mentioned in the course information are approximate amounts. confirmation deposit · A confirmation deposit of r500 must be paid within three weeks after the receipt of the evaluation letter, in order for us to reserve the student's place in the programme/course. · The deposit, less r200, will be refunded only if a prospective student is prevented from registering by valid reasons, for instance, if he or she fails grade 12. class fees Quotation of programme/course fee contact the number 086 110 2421 and request the quotation per e-mail or send an e-mail to [email protected] it is the applicant's responsibility to find out about additional costs for every programme/course. newcomer students pay r1 500 and senior students pay r1 500 on registration at the start of the year or semester. if a student cancels during the registration period, he or she gets 100% credit and forfeits r500 of the class deposit.

student insurance

all registered students are covered as follows: death: disability: death by accident: Funeral: r7 300 r7 300 cover for students who become totally and permanently disabled. r7 300 additional cover if a member should die as a result of an accident and Sanlam has approved the claim. r7 300 cover is payable within 24 hours after a certified copy of the death certificate has been provided.

career counselling and study guidance

The directorate of Student development and Support offers a comprehensive cAreer cOUnSelling service. This service is available to all who would like to make an informed decision when choosing a course to study or a career. The course and careers recommendations are not restricted to the Tshwane University of Technology only, but are directed at addressing the needs of the individual. The following specialised services are available to all prospective students: · career counselling interviews for basic information and the verification of study and career options as well as basic career planning (available at all learning sites at no cost).

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Full psychometric assessment, detailed feedback with recommendations on suitable study and career options and a comprehensive written report. This process is recommended to prospective students who are uncertain about their abilities, interests, personality and appropriate career options (available at specific learning sites; costs involved). Please phone the applicable number for further information and to make arrangements: eMalahleni (Witbank): 013 653 3109/10 ga-rankuwa: 012 382 0754 Mbombela: 013 745 3572 Polokwane: 015 287 0753 Pretoria: 012 382 5010/4826/5273 Soshanguve: 012 382 9863 Building 6, room 361 e-mail: [email protected] or [email protected] Prospective students with disabilities contact the campus where you wish to enrol or the TUT disability coordinator at the Pretoria campus, tel. 012 382 5072.

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accommodation, residence life and catering

The Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) aims at being the largest residential educational institution in South Africa.

our residences

The quality of our residences is first priority. On entering any residence, you will immediately notice the efforts made to keep it neat and tidy. We offer basic, quality accommodation to students at affordable rates. Being accommodated must not be regarded as a right but a privilege and residents should respect their environment, facilities and fellow residents in order to ensure that facilities remain up to standard. Vandalism is regarded as a serious act of misconduct and a resident will face immediate expulsion if found guilty of vandalism. each residence provides basic facilities, but certain specialised facilities are unique to specific residences. caMPUs names of residences Estimate annual cost for 2012 first-year students r12 320 ­ r14 080 r13 200 - r15 290 r12 540 - r15 290

Transport

For residence students The intercampus shuttle service between Pretoria campus and Arcadia, including all residences, is as follows: · Arcadia to Pretoria campus · Tempo and legae residence to Pretoria campus · Kollegehof residence to Pretoria campus · The heights residence to Pretoria campus · Monitor residence to Pretoria campus soshanguve campus Soshanguve South and north residences, including Telkom residence ga-rankuwa campus hebron residence to ga-rankuwa campus. eMalahleni campus Mabalaleng residence to eMalahleni campus Mbombela campus Mebala residence to Mbombela campus For non-residence students Buses will be available on the following routes at the determined fixed costs: · Between Pretoria and Arcadia · Between Soshanguve north and South campuses

PrEToria caMPUs female residences: Male residences: Mixed residences: soshangUVE caMPUs Male residences: female residences: Mixed residences: ga-ranKUWa caMPUs Male residence: female residences: Mixed residences: Mbombela caMPUs eMalahlEni caMPUs legae gaetsho, Skierlik east, hebron Mebala Mabaleng r7 150 - r7 700 r7 150 - r8 250 r7 480 - r9 130 r11 550 - r14 080 r12 100 - r13 860 SOS 2, SOS 4 SOS i, SOS 3 SOS 5, Town, ccT, Tce1, Tce 2, Telkom r7 700 - r8 800 r7 700 - r9 900 r6 600 - r11 880 Polonaise, Minjonet, denise, heidehof, Astra Monitor, Magalies, lezard Orion, The heights, Kollegehof, Tempo, legae

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important information

MEals Students may obtain meal cards with a minimum initial payment of r150 and may start using the card immediately: they do not need to have cash at hand. catering companies specialise in diverse menus, including special diet menus on presentation of a medical certificate. sEcUriTy Security is of the utmost importance to staff and students. There are 24-hour security staff on duty at the residences at all times. TransPorT free bus transport is available to residents to and from classes. Services are available per campus. disaBiliTy FaciliTiEs Some residences are equipped to accommodate disabled students. disabilities must clearly be indicated on your application form to ensure admission to the most suitable residence. sPorT All major sport facilities are available to residents on the various campuses. residents also have access to gymnasiums (reasonable rates) at the various campuses. laUndry FaciliTiEs Use of washing machines and tumble dryers available to residents at some residences. ParKing Parking is available to residents. A compulsory, fixed annual rate is payable in advance. sTUdEnT liFE and dEVEloPMEnT Student life programmes in residences are organised to meet the out-of-class needs of all residents. Student development programmes will also be presented in your residence environment. MEnTorshiP PrograMME Since it is compulsory for All first-years to participate in the mentorship programme, you will be placed in a specific residence. hoW To aPPly For rEsidEncE accoMMondaTion Our existing residences can only accommodate approximately 22% of all TUT students. it is therefore in your own interest to act promptly, keeping admission rules in mind. Please note that applying for accommodation at TUT is done by completing section c of the TUT application form.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Obtain a TUT application form and select "yes" under Section c. Only TUT forms submitted on time (before 15 August) will be taken into consideration. residence admission, depending on the availability of space, is only possible after successful academic acceptance. Successful applicants will be notified, via mail, from november. late applications will not be considered for placement.

For more information

residence accommodation Pretoria campus 012 382 5511/14 [email protected] Soshanguve campus 012 382 9274/9715 [email protected] ga-rankuwa campus 012 382 0564 [email protected] Mbombela residence 013 752 3215 [email protected] eMalahleni residence 013 656 4893 [email protected] Visit us at www.tut.ac.za for more information or send an e-mail to the relevant e-mail address should you require more information. additional services guesthouses flats holiday accommodation 012 341 0890 012 343 0666 012 382 5976 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

residence accommodation: general information

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Tariffs may change without prior notification. residence tariffs do not include any meals. A minimum initial amount of r150 (including r15 card fee), is payable at Student Accounts or at Standard Bank on an M65. Meal credits will not be granted upon submission of a sponsorship letter: Upfront payment is required. electronic payments take four days before reflecting on the meal card or student account. r1 200 residence advance payment (payable at least one week before confirmed applicants report at the residence) is separate from any payments towards class fees. if not paid, the system is blocked, nO residence registration is possible and nO occupation of a room is allowed. Sponsored applicants should submit an original sponsorship letter or make the required payments themselves. interest (at prime rate) is charged on all amounts in arrears or not paid according to the payment agreement.

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8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Applicants with accounts in arrears will not be readmitted to Any residence for the following year. residents are initially registered and charged for the whole year but kept liable on a pro rata scale. Semester fees equals 50% of the annual fees. The resident is liable for the full monthly fee for the month in which admission or cancellation takes place, irrespective of the date of occupation or cancellation. faxes serve as notification only. A pro rata credit is granted on system cancellations up to and including 30 September only. no discount is granted on residence fees. electronic payments should reflect on the student account BefOre registration or readmission action may occur. Proof of payment is not sufficient. All residences must be evacuated during december.

soshanguve campus Tel: 012 382 9018/9183/9847/9073/9091/9073 Karate, basketball, dance sport, rugby, squash, aerobics, darts, netball, tennis, body building, football, softball, athletics, chess, cricket, supa-pool, badminton, handball, table tennis, volleyball, director of sport and recreation Tel: 012 382 5399 e-mail: [email protected] Tel: 012 382 5392/4121 fax: 012 382 5993 room no: 51-124 fax: 012 382 5993

Visit our open days

Venues

Pretoria campus, Staatsartillerie road, Pretoria West 086 110 2421 (Saturday, 14 May 2011 from 08:00 ­ 14:00) arts campus, cor. du Toit and edmund Streets 012 382 6175 (14 May 2011 from 08:00 ­ 14:00) ga-rankuwa campus, 2827 Zone 2, Botsi Street 012 382 0500 (Saturday, 14 May 2011 from 08:00 ­ 14:00) Polokwane campus, 109 Market Street 015 287 0700 (Saturday, 14 May 2011 from 08:00 ­ 14:00) soshanguve campus, 2 Aubrey Matlala road, Block K 012 382 9000 (Saturday, 14 May 2011 from 08:00 ­ 14:00) Mbombela campus, Madiba drive 013 745 3500 (Open day: 14 May 2011 from 08:00 ­ 14:00) eMalahleni campus, 19 Or Tambo Avenue 013 653 3100 (Open day: 14 May 2011 from 08:00 ­ 14:00)

student affairs and residence operations

directorate of sport and recreation

eMalahleni campus Tel: 013 653 3163 fax: 085 519 1544 Netball, football, chess, volleyball, rugby, tennis, cricket, hockey, karate and basketball ga-rankuwa campus Tel: 012 382 0575/0575/0614/0604 fax: 012 382 0816 Bodybuilding, aerobics, netball, volleyball, softball, basketball, dance sport, football, darts, chess, supa-pool, table tennis Mbombela campus fax 086 752 3487/013 745 3569 Tel:013 7453571 Athletics, basketball, chess, netball, soccer, table tennis, volleyball, karate Polokwane campus Tel: 015 287 0778 Tel: 015 287 0734 Athletics, basketball, chess, darts, netball, soccer, table tennis, ring tennis, softball, pool, volleyball Pretoria campus Tel: 012 382 5397/545/5662/5053/5077/5398/5393/4429 Squash, golf, scuba sport, hockey, cricket, football, chess, softball, rugby, dance sport, special projects, netball, tennis, cycling, athletics, cross country, road running, aerobics, basketball, karate, volleyball, table tennis, gymnasium , badminton, dance sport

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TUT contact details

Website: contact centre Tel: E-mail: sMs: 086 110 2421/012 382 5533 [email protected] for TUT information sms the word TUT, your name, course, and address to 41794 www.tut.ac.za ga-ranKUWa caMPUs Private Bag X680 PreTOriA 0001 Tel. 012 382 0500 PrEToria caMPUs Private Bag X680 PreTOriA 0001 Tel. 012 382 5911 soshangUVE caMPUs Private Bag X680 PreTOriA 0001 Tel. 012 382 9000 MBoMBEla caMPUs The campus director Private Bag X11312 MBOMBelA 1200 Tel. 013 745 3500/3603 PoloKWanE caMPUs The campus director Private Bag X9496 POlOKWAne 0700 Tel. 015 287 0700 2827, Zone 2, Botsi Street gA-rAnKUWA

Staatsartillerie road PreTOriA WeST

The application form: http://www.tut.ac.za/Students/enrol/apply/Pages/default.aspx admission Enquiries The registrar Private Bag X680 PreTOriA 0001 Tel. 012 382 5911 arcadia caMPUs Private Bag X680 PreTOriA 0001 Tel. 012 382 5911 arTs caMPUs Private Bag X680 PreTOriA 0001 Tel. 012 382 5911 EMalahlEni caMPUs The campus director PO Box 3211 eMAlAhleni 1035 Tel. 013 653 3100 Tel: 012 382 5750/5780/4388

2 Aubrey Matlala road, Block K SOShAngUVe

Madiba drive MBOMBelA

175 nelson Mandela drive PreTOriA

cnr. Market and excelsior Streets POlOKWAne

24 du Toit Street PreTOriA

19 Or Tambo Avenue eMAlAhleni

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FacUlTy

ecOnOMicS And finAnce

dEan

dr clever Mumbengegwi [email protected] ac.za Tel: 012 382 0530 Prof Ben van Wyk [email protected] Tel: 012 382 5328

dEan's sEcrETary

Ms gwen Zimba [email protected] Tel: 012 382 0693

FacUlTy adMinisTraTor

Mr Mashudu Sibara [email protected] Tel: 012 382 0733

FacUlTy MarKETEr

Ms Kgomotso Mokoena [email protected] Tel: 012 382 0646

assisTanT rEgisTrars

Mr Thomas lebese [email protected] Tel: 012 382 0511

engineering And The BUilT enVirOnMenT

Ms Boitumelo Moshime [email protected] Tel: 012 382 5148

Ms Annette Venter [email protected] Tel: 012 382 5708

Ms Zelda Janse Van rensburg [email protected] tut.ac.za Tel: 012 382 5250

Ms annabie van Wyk [email protected] Tel: 012 - 382 4357

hUMAniTieS

dr Stanley Mukhola [email protected] Tel: 012 382 9042 Prof Sunday Ojo [email protected] Tel: 012 382-9088

Ms Magda du Preez [email protected] Tel: 012 382 9240 Ms Marietjie Booysen [email protected] Tel: 012 382-9689

Ms elsie ngobeni [email protected] Tel: 012 382 9703 Ms Sophie Maake [email protected] Tel: 012 382 9399

Ms Simonia Magardie [email protected] Tel: 012 382 9228 Ms yvette legoabe [email protected] Tel: 012 382 9731

Mr gerrie Scholtz [email protected] Tel: 012 382 9800 Ms Sannah Mokgatlle [email protected] Tel: 012 382 9048

infOrMATiOn And cOMMUnicATiOn TechnOlOgy

MAnAgeMenT ScienceS

dr edgar nesamvuni [email protected] Tel: 012 382-6518

Ms Amanda hartzenberg [email protected] Tel: 012 382 5581

Ms corrie ferreira [email protected] Tel: 012 382 5574

Ms Suzette landman [email protected] Tel: 012 382 5570

Ms rentia van Wyk [email protected] Tel: 012 382 5625

Science

Prof Pieter Marais [email protected] Tel: 012 382 6208 dr Mzo Sirayi [email protected] Tel: 012 382 6132

Ms Titia de Beer [email protected] Tel: 012 382 6208 Ms daleen neethling [email protected] Tel: 012 382 6132

Ms Petra Andrione [email protected] Tel: 012 382 6207 Mr Albert Mogiba [email protected] Tel: 012 382 6002

Mr Mario Smit [email protected] Tel: 012 382 6203 Ms irene Botes [email protected] Tel: 012 382 6175

Ms lynette Kruger [email protected] Tel: 012 382 6319 Ms Adelaide Kgetse [email protected] Tel: 012 382 6047

The ArTS

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student recruitment Team

naME Melien rossouw: head of recruitment Junior Tshabangu Solomon Mathebula Steven Kekana clifton Khoza nicholas Masango: Snr. recruiter Postgraduate Studies Fax 012 382 5744 TEl 012 382 5321 012 382 5358 012 382 5841 012 382 5975 012 382 5089 013 745 3561 012 382 5189 E-Mail [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

services offered by the recruitment office:

· · · · · · We visit secondary schools, colleges and libraries, primarily in northern gauteng and in the Mbombela, eMalahleni and Polokwane regions, but also in all other regions. during these visits, we address grade 9, 11 and 12 learners in group context and individually by invitation or appointment. We attend parents' evenings at schools in our footprint area, where we hold talks and/or put up exhibitions. We attend sET (science, Engineering and Technology), cEia (career Exhibition and information association) and info 21 exhibitions. We attend other career and industrial exhibitions. We work in partnership with saasTa and dTi at the science camps. in collaboration with the faculty marketers, we arrange sET campus visits for prospective students.

contact number:

086 110 2421

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Faculty of Economics and Finance

national national national national national national national national national higher certificate: Accountancy diploma: Accounting diploma: cost And Management Accounting diploma: economic Management Analysis diploma: finance And Accounting (Public) higher certificate: financial information Systems diploma: financial information Systems diploma: internal Auditing diploma: local government finance

naTional highEr cErTiFicaTE: accoUnTancy (hcaT04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs MiniMUM scorE

naTional diPloMa: accoUnTing (ndaT05) admission requirement(s): A national higher certificate: Accountancy or an equivalent qualification. A student who is still studying for a national higher certificate: Accountancy may, at the discretion of the head of the department, be allowed to continue with the national diploma, on condition that 80% of the subjects at national higher certificate level have been passed. selection criteria: All applications are subject to selection. Minimum duration: One year. Presentation and campus: ga-rankuwa and Mbombela campuses (day classes). intake for the qualification: January and July. approximate first-year class fees: r18 502. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: internal Auditing; B Tech: cost and Management Accounting. Possible careers: financial accountant, auditor, asset manager, administrative services manager. naTional diPloMa: cosT and ManagEMEnT accoUnTing (ndcM05) admission requirement(s): A national higher certificate: Accountancy or an equivalent qualification. A student who is still busy with the national higher certificate: Accountancy may, at the discretion of the head of the department, be allowed to study for the national diploma, subject to having passed 80% of his or her subjects at the national higher certificate level. admission criteria: All applications are subject to selection. Minimum duration: One year. Presentation and campus: ga-rankuwa, Mbombela and Polokwane campuses (day classes). intake for the qualification January only. approximate first-year class fees: r20 141. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: cost and Management Accounting Possible careers: cost and management accountant or financial accountant in service industries, trading institutions, manufacturing industries and semi-government or government institutions.

EconoMics and FinancE

specifically required subjects: english - home language or first additional language 4 Mathematics or 3 Mathematical literacy 4 additional subjects: Option 1: any four other subjects with a final score of 13 for applicants with Mathematics Option 2: any four other subjects with a final score of 12 for applicants with Mathematical literacy ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) 20 assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score of 20 will be accepted on the basis of first come, first accepted, until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Two years. Presentation and campus: ga-rankuwa, Mbombela and Polokwane campuses (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r15 345. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: ndip: Accounting, ndip: internal Auditing, ndip: cost and Management Accounting. Possible careers: Accounting technician, bookkeeper, accounts clerk, tax consultant, financial accountant.

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naTional diPloMa: EconoMic ManagEMEnT analysis (ndEB03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs MiniMUM scorE

EconoMics and FinancE

specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language 4 Mathematics or 3 Mathematical literacy 4 additional subjects: Option 1: any four other subjects with a final score of 13 for applicants with Mathematics Option 2: any four other subjects with a final score of 12 for applicants with Mathematical literacy ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) 20 assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score of 20 will be accepted on the basis of first come, first accepted, until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: ga-rankuwa campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r20 141. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: economic Management Analysis Possible careers: consultant, financial analyst, entrepreneur, economist, banking, insurance, investment, public sectors in economics and financial management, financial and management consultant. naTional diPloMa: FinancE and accoUnTing (PUBlic) (ndFa99) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs MiniMUM scorE

assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score of 20 will be accepted on the basis of first come, first accepted, until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: ga-rankuwa, Mbombela and Polokwane campuses (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r17 919. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: finance and Accounting (Public) Possible careers: State accountant and accountant in central and provincial government sectors, as well as statutory government institutions. naTional highEr cErTiFicaTE: Financial inForMaTion sysTEMs (hcFi04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs MiniMUM scorE

specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language 4 Mathematics or 3 Mathematical literacy 4 additional subjects: Option 1: any four other subjects with a final score of 13 for applicants with Mathematics Option 2: any four other subjects with a final score of 12 for applicants with Mathematical literacy ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) 20 assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score of 20 will be accepted on the basis of first come, first accepted, until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Two years. Presentation and campus: ga-rankuwa and Mbombela campuses (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r18 656. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: national diploma: financial information Systems, B Tech: financial information Systems Possible careers: Accounting and business analyst in commercial data processing, computer auditor.

specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language 4 Mathematics or 3 Mathematical literacy 4 additional subjects: Option 1: any four other subjects with a final score of 13 for applicants with Mathematics Option 2: any four other subjects with a final score of 12 for applicants with Mathematical literacy ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) 20

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naTional diPloMa: Financial inForMaTion sysTEMs (ndFi07) admission requirement(s): A national higher certificate: financial information Systems or an equivalent qualification. A student who is still busy with the national higher certificate: financial information Systems may, at the discretion of the head of the department, be allowed to study for the national diploma, subject to having passed 80% of his or her subjects at the national higher certificate level. selection criteria: All applications are subject to selection. Minimum duration: One year. Presentation and campus: ga-rankuwa and Mbombela campuses (day classes). intake for the qualification: January and July. approximate first-year class fees: r18 656. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: financial information Systems Possible careers: Accounting and business analyst in commercial data processing, computer auditor. naTional diPloMa: inTErnal aUdiTing (ndia05) admission requirement(s): A national higher certificate: Accountancy or an equivalent qualification. A student who is still studying for a national higher certificate: Accountancy may, at the discretion of the head of the department, be allowed to continue with the national diploma, on condition that 80% of the subjects at national higher certificate level have been passed. selection criteria: All applications are subject to selection. Minimum duration: One year. Presentation and campus: ga-rankuwa, Mbombela and Polo-kwane campuses (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r15 345. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: internal Auditing. Possible careers: Auditor.

naTional diPloMa: local goVErnMEnT FinancE (ndlg99) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english - home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 19

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assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score of 19 will be accepted on the basis of first come, first accepted, until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: ga-rankuwa campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r17 490. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: local government finance Possible careers: Accountant at a local government. Please note that meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee a place in courses where demand exceeds the available seats.

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Baccalaureus Technologiae: Architecture: Professional national diploma: Building national diploma: engineering: chemical national diploma: engineering: civil national diploma: engineering: electrical national diploma: engineering: industrial national diploma: engineering: Mechanical national diploma: engineering: Mechatronics national diploma: engineering: Metallurgy national diploma: Polymer Technology national diploma: Surveying national diploma: Three-dimensional design (field of specialisation: engineering and related design) sEcTion a: ThE BUilT EnVironMEnT generic requirements for all qualifications offered by this department: The subjects taught in each year have been put together in order to provide the student with the necessary platform of skills, knowledge and mindset to enable them to solve the problems that they will encounter during that year of study. it is one package designed to work together to promote horisontal ingegration. if any part of that package of knowledge, skills and mindset is missing or lacking, the platform to progress to the next level of complexity is flawed and will eventually have a detrimental effect on subsequent develoment. The head of the academic department must give permission before a student may register for any subject. Students wishing to enrol only a partial number of subjects for a specific year are subject to the combintions and sequences as explained of the curriculum of each year. Students should attempt to enrol for all subjects offered in a particular year for reasons of horisontal integration. A student, who cannot enrol for all subjects in any particular year, must contact the head of department. BaccalaUrEUs TEchnologiaE: archiTEcTUrE: ProFEssional (BTPs09) A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english (4) and Mathematics (3) or Mathematical literacy (5). recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Point Score (APS) and assessment procedures: All candidates after passing the initial administrative screening, will sit for additional assessment, arrange with the department of Architecture.

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Minimum duration: four years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (first three years: day classes, fourth year: day and block-based classes). intake for the qualification: January only. accreditation by: This qualification has been accredited by the South African professional body: council for the Architecture Profession (SAcAP). approximate first-year class fees: r31 042 additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: BTech, M Tech and d Tech: Architecture. Possible careers: Architectural technologist, property inspector, building product consultant, specialising in architectural technology, self-employed and private architect.

naTional diPloMa: BUilding (ndBU04) admission requirement(s) For 2011: A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english (4), Mathematics (4) and Physical Sciences (3). as from 2012: A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english (4), Mathematics (3). recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: candidates with an APS of 30 and more will automatically be accepted to the qualification. candidates with an APS of 23 to 29 will be required to undergo additional assessment (potential assessment) to gain access to the national diploma. A maximum of 120 new students per year will be admitted.

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specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language 4 Mathematics 3 additional subjects (excluding life orientation): For 2011: Physical Science (with a minimum score of 3) and any three other subjects with a final score of 12 For 2012: Any four other subjects with a final score of 16 23 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics) Minimum duration: Three years Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for this qualification: January and July. readmission: See chapter 3 of Students' rules and regulations. accreditation by: This qualification has been accredited by the council for professional body: quantity Surveying Profession (SAcqSP). approximate first-year class fees: r16 346. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: construction Management, B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: quantity Surveying. Possible careers: construction manager, technician quality surveyor, clerk of works, building inspector.

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gEnEric sTiPUlaTions WiTh rEgards To ThE naTional diPloMas (refer to the registered qualifications standard SAqA id: 49744) The purpose of the national diploma: Engineering The purpose of this type of qualification is to develop the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills required for a learner's further learning towards becoming a competent practicing engineering technician. it is intended to subsequently empower a candidate engineering technician to demonstrate capability of applying required knowledge, understanding, skills, attitudes and values in the different work environments in South Africa. it is also designed to add value to the qualifying learner in terms of enrichment of the person, status and recognition. a person achieving this type of qualification will be able to: · competently apply an integration of theory, principles, proven techniques, practical experience and appropriate skills to well defined problems in the field of engineering while operating within the relevant standards and codes. · demonstrate a comprehensive general engineering knowledge, as well as systematic knowledge, of the main terms, procedures, principles and operations of one of the disciplines of engineering. · gather evidence from the relevant sources and journals using advanced retrieval skills, and organise, synthesise and present the information professionally in a mode appropriate to the audience. · Apply the knowledge gained to new situations, both concrete and abstract, in the workplace/community. · identify, analyse, conduct and manage a project. · Make independent decisions/judgements taking into account the relevant technical, economic, social and environmental factors.

sEcTion B: EnginEEring EnVironMEnT The following qualifications are applicable: national diploma and Baccalaureus Technologiae: national diploma and Baccalaureus Technologiae: national diploma and Baccalaureus Technologiae: national diploma and Baccalaureus Technologiae: national diploma and Baccalaureus Technologiae: national diploma and Baccalaureus Technologiae: national diploma and Baccalaureus Technologiae:

engineering: engineering: engineering: engineering: engineering: engineering: engineering:

chemical civil electrical industrial Mechanical Mechatronics Metallury

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Work independently, as a member of a team, and as a team leader. relate engineering activity to health, safety and environment, cultural and economic sustainability. Meet the requirements for registration with the engineering council of South Africa (ecSA) as a candidate engineering Technician. demonstrate the capacity to explore and exploit educational, and career opportunities, and to develop himself/herself professionally.

generic outcomes of the national diploma: Engineering Exit-level outcome 1: Problem-solving Apply engineering principles to systematically diagnose and solve well-defined engineering problems. Exit-level outcome 2: application of scientific and engineering knowledge demonstrate the application of mathematical, scientific and engineering knowledge in an engineering environment. Exit-level outcome 3: Engineering design Perform procedural design of well-defined components, systems, works, products or processes to meet desired needs within applicable standards, codes of practice and legislation. Exit-level outcome 4: communication communicate technical, supervisory and general management information effectively, both orally and in writing, by using appropriate language and terminology, structure, style and graphical support. Exit-level outcome 5: Engineering management Apply self-management principles and concepts to the development of projects and/or operations in an engineering environment. Exit-level outcome 6: application of complementary knowledge demonstrate a critical awareness of the impact of engineering activity on the social, industrial and physical environment, and of the need to act professionally within own limits of competence. gEnEric sTiPUlaTions WiTh rEgards To ThE BaccalaUrEUs TEchnologiaE: EnginEEring (refer to registered qualification standard saQa id: 49509) The purpose of the Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering The purpose of this type of qualification is to develop the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills required for a learner's further learning towards becoming a competent practicing engineering technologist. it is intended to subsequently empower a candidate engineering technologist to demonstrate the capability of applying required knowledge, understanding, skills, attitudes and values in the different work environments in South Africa. it is also designed to add value to the qualifying learner in terms of enrichment of the person, status and recognition.

a person achieving this type of qualification will be able to: · competently apply an integration of theory, principles, proven techniques, practical experience and appropriate skills to the solution of broadly defined problems in the field of engineering while operating within the relevant standards and codes. · demonstrate well-rounded general engineering knowledge, as well as systematic knowledge, of the main terms, procedures, principles and operations of one of the disciplines of engineering. · gather evidence from primary sources and journals using advanced retrieval skills, and organise, synthesise and present the information professionally in a mode appropriate to the audience. · Apply the knowledge gained to new situations, both concrete and abstract, in the workplace/community. · identify, analyse, conduct and manage a project. · Make independent decisions/judgements taking into account the relevant technical, economic, social and environmental factors. · Work independently, as a member of a team, and as a team leader. · relate engineering activity to health, safety and environment, cultural and economic sustainability. · Meet the requirements for registration with the engineering council of South Africa (ecSA) as a candidate engineering Technologists. · demonstrate the capacity to explore and exploit educational, and career opportunities, and to develop himself/herself professionally. · Proceed to postgraduate studies, both course-based and research-based. generic Exit-level outcomes of the Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering Exit-level outcome 1: Problem-solving Apply engineering principles to systematically diagnose and solve broadly defined engineering problems. Exit-level outcome 2: application of scientific and engineering knowledge demonstrate the application of mathematical, scientific and engineering knowledge in an engineering environment. Exit-level outcome 3: Engineering design Perform procedural and non-procedural design of broadly defined components, systems, works, products or processes to meet desired needs within applicable standards, codes of practice and legislation. Exit-level outcome 4: communication communicate technical, supervisory and general management information effectively, both orally and in writing, by using appropriate language and terminology, structure, style and graphical support. Exit-level outcome 5: Engineering management Apply engineering management principles and concepts to engineering activities.

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Exit-level outcome 6: Project development identify, analyse, conduct and manage a project. Exit-level outcome 7: application of complementary knowledge demonstrate a critical awareness of the impact of engineering activity on the social, industrial and physical environment, and of the need to act professionally within own limits of competence. criTical cross-FiEld oUTcoMEs: The national diploma and the Baccalaureus Technologiae: Engineering have the following critical cross-field outcomes: · identify and solve problems that display responsible decisions, using critical and creative thinking · Work effectively with others as a member of a team, group, organisation and community · Organise and manage one's activities responsibly and effectively · collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information · communicate effectively, using visual, mathematical and/or language skills in the modes of oral and/or written persuasion · Use science and technology effectively and critically, showing responsibility towards the environment and health of others · demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems by recognising that problem-solving contexts do not exist in isolation · contributing to the full personal development of each learner and the social and economic development of society at large, by making it an underlying intention of the programme of learning to make an individual aware of: - reflecting on and exploring a variety of strategies to learn more effectively. - Participating as responsible citizens in the life of local, national and global communities. - Being culturally and aesthetically sensitive across a range of contexts. - exploring education and career opportunities. - develop entrepreneurial opportunities. rEgisTraTion WiTh Ecsa Successful registration with the engineering council of South Africa (ecSA) is based on two pillars: stage 1 Accredited Academic qualification obtained from registered academic providers. This university is a registered provider with the department of higher education and Training. All engineering programmes were taken through a rigorous accreditation process during 2009 to obtain their accreditation status. The national diploma includes an experiential learning component in industry through appropriate

cooperative agreements with specific companies in the industrial and service sectors in South Africa. each programme-specific accreditation status will be published under each programme`s information. stage 2 industrial experience of three years for diploma students (candidate technicians), and four years for degree students (candidate technologists), under the supervision of an ecSA registered professional in the workplace, after the completion of the academic qualification. All students may register with ecSA as candidate technicians after they have registered for their second year of study. (After completion of the first- and second-semester subjects of the first year). After a student has successfully completed these two stages in his/her career, he/ she may apply for professional registration at ecSA. registration with ecSA gives the qualification international status and recognition in other countries through the current Sydney and dublin Accords. naTional diPloMa: EnginEEring: chEMical (ndcE03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english (4), Mathematics (4) and Physical Sciences (3). recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Point Score (APS) and assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 23+ will be admitted to the national diploma or the national diploma (extended curriculum). A candidate's performance in an academic placement test written in January as part of the faculty's orientation programme will determine whether he or she will be channelled to the national diploma or national diploma (extended curriculum). Minimum duration: Three years. (Three and a half years for extended curriculum). Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). class attendance: Subjects are offered on location (Arcadia and Pretoria campuses) as determined by the head of department. intake for the qualification: January only (July for extended intake). accreditation by: This qualification has been accredited by the engineering professional body: council of South Africa (ecSA). Practicals: it is compulsory for students to attend 100% of the practical sessions. Students must pass the practical component of a subject to be admitted to the examination. safety wear: Students are required to wear laboratory coats and other applicable protective gear during practicals. Students must purchase safety equipment and clothing themselves. approximate first-year class fees: r29 854 (r20 493 for the extended curriculum). Textbooks: Additional textbooks and other educational material will be required.

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Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: engineering: chemical. Possible careers: chemical engineering technician and technologist, researcher and developer, fuel-cell technologist, consultant. naTional diPloMa: EnginEEring: ciVil (ndci03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english (4), Mathematics (4) and Physical Sciences (3). recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Point Score (APS) and assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 23+ will be admitted to the national diploma or the national diploma (extended curriculum). A candidate's performance in an academic placement test written in January as part of the faculty's orientation programme will determine whether he or she will be channelled to the national diploma or national diploma (extended curriculum). Minimum duration: Three years. (Three and a half years for extended curriculum). Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January and July. (January only for extended curriculum). accreditation by professional body: This qualification has been accredited by the engineering council of South Africa (ecSA). approximate first-year class fees: r31 460 (r20 262 for the extended curriculum). additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: engineering: civil B Tech: engineering: civil: construction Management B Tech: engineering: civil: environmental engineering B Tech: engineering: civil: geotechnical B Tech: engineering: civil: Structural engineering B Tech: engineering: civil: Transportation engineering B Tech: engineering: civil: Urban engineering B Tech: engineering: civil: Water engineering Possible careers: construction manager or supervisor, project manager, technician in civil engineering working for a civil engineering consultant, construction company, or local, provincial or national government. naTional diPloMa: EnginEEring: ElEcTrical (ndEE03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english (4), Mathematics (4) and Physical Sciences (3). recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria:Admission Point Score (APS) and assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 23+ will be admitted to the national diploma or the national diploma (extended curriculum). A candidate's performance in an academic placement test written in January as part of the faculty's orientation programme will determine whether he or she will be channelled to the national diploma or national

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diploma (extended curriculum). Minimum duration: Three years. (Three and a half years for extended curriculum). Presentation and campus: eMalahleni and Pretoria campuses (day or evening classes, subject to a sufficient number of students). intake for the qualification: January and July. (January only for extended curriculum). accreditation by: This qualification has been accredited by the engineering professional body: council of South Africa (ecSA). approximate first-year class fees: r25 883 (r20 746 for the extended curriculum) additional costs: While it is the University's policy to keep class fees and additional costs as low as possible, it should be stated that students will be expected to supply and purchase their own writing paper, pencils and pens, the required textbooks, multi meters, breadboards and calculators. Personal computers are highly recommended. government certificate of competence: enquiries: department of electrical engineering. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: engineering: electrical. MSc (electronic engineering) MSc (Power engineering). These qualifications are offered in partnership with the eSiee (france) and is managed by f'SATie at the Tshwane University of Technology. The degree is conferred by the eSiee (france). Possible careers: design, planning, construction and maintenance of electrical engineering specialised fields. sUBJEcT sElEcTion gUidE To orient to a specific field in electrical engineering, the following is a guide to the optional subjects (timetable will give priority to subjects as set out in the subject selection guide): clinical EnginEEring Field description A career in clinical engineering relates to the maintenance, implementation and management of electrical and electronic equipment used in hospitals for the medical care and treatment of patients. The career involves finding solutions to engineering problems and the implementation and maintenance of medical equipment, by applying sound scientific and technical knowledge and mathematical skills. digiTal TEchnology Field description digital technology is defined as the technology of processing and distributing data, audio and video signals with equipment and in subsystems. it forms the basis of modern computer technology, computer networks, all audio and video equipment and telecommunications technology. The training programme equips students with a sound scientific background and mathematical skills that enable them to solve engineering problems and implement and maintain systems at a technical level.

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ElEcTronic EnginEEring Field description electronic engineering deals mainly with the implementation and maintenance of electronic systems, using the accumulation of signals at the analogue level from signals and sensors, the amplification of these and the presentation and processing of the data. Appropriate feedback systems may be implemented in order to enhance the performance of systems. The discipline finds application in the audio, video, electronic manufacturing and electronic control fields. The discipline involves sound scientific and mathematical skills at a technical level to solve engineering problems. PoWEr EnginEEring Field description Power engineering becomes more advanced in the generation and distribution of power through the use of sophisticated digital and electronically controlled devices. Students who have completed this qualification will be able to understand, evaluate, plan, install, repair and maintain electrical power equipment used in the field. Possible employers are manufacturers, eskom, mines, municipalities and general industrial manufacturers. ProcEss insTrUMEnTaTion Field description Process instrumentation becomes more sophisticated every day with the development of digital and electronic components and controlled devices. Students who have completed this qualification will be able to understand, evaluate, plan, install, repair and maintain the digital, electrical and electronic equipment used in industry. Possible employers are industrial manufacturers, eskom, mines and general industrial workplaces. TElEcoMMUnicaTion EnginEEring Field description A student who has completed his or her studies will be skilled and competent in the marketing, developing and repair of electronic systems for the world market. graduates will also be able to program, integrate and maintain systems. Possible employers are electronic system companies and general electronic application companies that operate in all fields. naTional diPloMa: EnginEEring: indUsTrial (ndEi03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english (4), Mathematics (4) and Physical Sciences (3). recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Point Score (APS) and assessment procedures: candi-

dates with an APS score of 23+ will be admitted to the national diploma or the national diploma (extended curriculum). A candidate's performance in an academic placement test written in January as part of the faculty's orientation programme will determine whether he or she will be channelled to the national diploma or national diploma (extended curriculum). Minimum duration: Three years. (Three and a half years for extended curriculum). Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January and July. (January only for extended curriculum). accreditation by: This qualification has been accredited by the engineering professional body: council of South Africa (ecSA). approximate first-year class fees: r29 953 (r20 746 for the extended curriculum) additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further qualifications: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: engineering: industrial B Tech: Technology Management. Possible careers: Professional technologist, technician, manager, entrepreneur and consultant. naTional diPloMa: EnginEEring: MEchanical (ndME05) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english (4), Mathematics (4) and Physical Sciences (3). recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Point Score (APS) and assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 23+ will be admitted to the national diploma or the national diploma (extended curriculum). A candidate's performance in an academic placement test written in January as part of the faculty's orientation programme will determine whether he or she will be channelled to the national diploma or national diploma (extended curriculum). Minimum duration: Three years. (Three and a half years for extended curriculum). Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January and July. (January only for extended curriculum). Accreditation by This qualification has been accredited by the engineering professional body: council of South Africa (ecSA). approximate first-year class fees: r33 737 (r20 746 for the extended curriculum). additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: engineering: Mechanical. Possible careers: Mechanical technologist, technician, manager, entrepreneur and consultant. naTional diPloMa: EnginEEring: MEchaTronics (ndMr06) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english (4), Mathematics (4) and Physical Sciences (3). recommended subject(s): none.

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selection criteria: Admission Point Score (APS) and assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 23+ will be admitted to the national diploma or the national diploma (extended curriculum). A candidate's performance in an academic placement test written in January as part of the faculty's orientation programme will determine whether he or she will be channelled to the national diploma or national diploma (extended curriculum). Minimum duration: Three years. (Three and a half years for extended curriculum) Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January and July. (January only for extended curriculum). Accreditation by this qualification has been provisionally accredited by the professional body: engineering council of South Africa (ecSA) approximate first-year class fees: r24 552 (r18 117 for extended curriculum). additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: engineering: Mechanical. Possible careers: Mechanical technologist, technician, manager, entrepreneur and consultant. naTional diPloMa: EnginEEring: METallUrgy (ndMy03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english (4), Mathematics (4) and Physical Sciences (3). recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Point Score (APS) and assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 23+ will be admitted to the national diploma or the national diploma (extended curriculum). A candidate's performance in an academic placement test written in January as part of the faculty's orientation programme will determine whether he or she will be channelled to the national diploma or national diploma (extended curriculum). Minimum duration: Three years. (Three and a half years for extended curriculum). Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). class attendance:Subjects are offered on location (Arcadia and Pretoria campuses) as determined by the head of department. intake for the qualification: January only. Accreditation by This qualification has been accredited by the engineering professional body: council of South Africa (ecSA). approximate first-year class fees: r28 842 (r23 254for extended curriculum). additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Practicals: it is compulsory for students to attend 100% of the practicals. Students must pass the practical component of a subject to be admitted to the examination. safety wear: Students are required to wear laboratory coats and other applicable protective gear during practicals. Students must purchase safety equipment and clothing themselves.

Textbooks: Additional textbooks and other educational material will be required. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: engineering: Metallurgy. Possible careers: Metallurgist, technician, plant manager, consultant, researcher and developer. naTional diPloMa: PolyMEr TEchnology (ndPy03) admission requirement(s): For students who obtained a senior certificate before 2008: A Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with d symbols at the higher grade or c symbols at the Standard grade for english and Mathematics and an e symbol at the higher grade or a d symbol at the Standard grade for Physical Science. For students who have obtained a national senior certificate since 2008: A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english (4), Mathematics (4) and Physical Sciences (3). recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Point Score (APS) and assessment procedures:candidates with an APS score of 23+ will be admitted to the national diploma or the national diploma (extended curriculum). A candidate's performance in an academic placement test written in January as part of the faculty's orientation programme will determine whether he or she will be channelled to the national diploma or national diploma (extended curriculum). Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r13 695. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: Polymer Technology Possible careers: Production supervisor, quality control inspector, production planner, mould designer. naTional diPloMa: sUrVEying (ndsU03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english (4), Mathematics (4) and Physical Sciences (3). recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Point Score (APS) and assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 23+ will be accepted on condition that the marks they obtained in the final school examination (grade 12 examination) are the same as or higher than the marks used for the conditional selection process. Applicants with an APS score from 20 to 23 will be required to undergo additional assessment (potential assessment) to gain access to a national diploma. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes).

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intake for the qualification: January only. registration with This qualification has been accredited by the South African professional body: council of Professional and Technical Surveyors (PlATO). it is compulsory for students who register for the national diploma: Surveying to register as technicians-in-training with the This qualification has been accredited by the South African council of Professional and Technical Surveyors (PlATO). A national diploma: Surveying is required for registration as a surveyor. contact the head of the department in that regard. Students are also strongly advised to register with the South African geomatics institute (SAgi). approximate first-year class fees: r17 226. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: Surveying. Possible careers: Surveying technician, surveyor and professional topographic or engineering surveyor, giS/liS, photogrammer. naTional diPloMa: ThrEE-diMEnsional dEsign (nddi08) (Field of specialisation: Engineering and related design) admission requirement(s) for 2011: A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification with english (4) and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy (4). as from 2012: A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english (4) and Mathematics (3). recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: candidates with an APS of 21+ will be required to submit a portfolio. Submit the prescribed portfolio of work to the department of Mechanical engineering in order to be considered for selection. (Places are limited as class sizes are small; make sure your portfolio is submitted before the deadline. The department's selection decision is final and no discussion with unsuccessful applicants will be allowed). Please consult the website of the faculty of engineering and the Built environment for the latest Three-dimensional design brochure for portfolio requirments. Students who were conditionally admitted based on their APS will be re-evaluated on their final grade 12 results. The portfolio will account 60% and the APS of 40% of the total score. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January and July approximate first-year class fees: r25 872. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: engineering: Mechanical. Possible careers: Junior industrial designer, member of design and development team, junior design entrepreneur, design skills can be applied across diverse fields of business.

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national certificate: Versatile Broadcasting national diploma: Business communication national diploma: correctional Services Management national diploma: international communication national diploma: Journalism national diploma: language Practice national diploma: legal Assistance national diploma: local government Management national diploma: Policing

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Specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language 4 Any additional language 4 additional subjects: Any four other subjects (including Mathematics or Mathematical literacy) with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) 20 assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: One year. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r11 715. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible careers: Broadcaster/dJ. naTional diPloMa: BUsinEss coMMUnicaTion (ndBc03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 13 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4* 3 4

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national diploma: Public Management national diploma: Public relations Management national diploma: road Traffic and Municipal Police Management: Municipal and Traffic Policing national diploma: road Traffic and Municipal Police Management: road Safety Baccalaureus educationis: (feT): Specialisation (BeedS2, BeedS3, BeedS4, BeedS5) Baccalaureus educationis: (geT): intermediate/Senior Phase (BeiS02) Baccalaureus educationis: (geT): foundation Phase (BefP02) Baccalaureus educationis: (feT): Speciaisation (BeedS6, BeedS7, BeedS8, BeedS9) naTional cErTiFicaTE: VErsaTilE BroadcasTing (ncVB01) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, one further additional language and any four other subjects (including Mathematics or Mathematical literacy).

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assessment procedures: candidates who achieve the minimum APS score may be required to sit for a potential assessment test and possibly attend an interview with a panel to indentify specific skills needed in the communication industry and for capacity building purposes. general knowledge, language proficiency and a critical disposition will feature in the potential assessment test, as these are of the utmost importance in the communication industry. factors such as academic and practical performance, personal drive and motivation, attitude and outlook, potential, readiness to benefit from more advanced training, and career suitability will also be taken into consideration. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve north campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r20 526. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: Business communication; M Tech and d Tech: Strategic communication. Possible careers: Marketing communication specialist/strategist, industrial journalist, public relations officer, media planner, publicity coordinator, account planner/ manager. naTional diPloMa: corrEcTional sErVicEs ManagEMEnT (ndgV98) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 14 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

approximate first-year class fees: r29 414. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: n dip: correctional Services Management. Possible careers: correctional services official, skills development officer, manager, security official. naTional diPloMa: inTErnaTional coMMUnicaTion (ndic03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): computer Applications Technology, economics, geography, history and official languages. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 13 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4* 3 4

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assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South campus (day and evening classes). distance education (with limited contact classes per subject per semester in cape Town or durban). intake for the qualification: January only.

Key to asterisks: * Preference will be given to candidates with a score of 5 or more for english. assessment procedures: candidates who achieve the minimum APS score may be required to sit for a potential assessment test and possibly attend an interview with a panel to indentify specific skills needed in the communication industry and for capacity building purposes. general knowledge, language proficiency and a critical disposition will feature in the potential assessment test, as these are of the utmost importance in the communication industry. factors such as academic and practical performance, personal drive and motivation, attitude and outlook, potential, readiness to benefit from more advanced training, and career suitability will also be taken into consideration. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve north campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r20 548.

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additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: international communication; M Tech and d Tech: Strategic communication. Possible careers: international public relations practitioner, international liaison in government departments, international tourism officer, communication practitioner in multinational organisations, media liaison officer. naTional diPloMa: JoUrnalisM (ndJr01) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification with english and any other five subjects (including Mathematics or Mathematical literacy). recommended subject(s): A third language, geography, history and any art-related subject (e.g. dramatic Arts, Music, etc.). sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs MiniMUM scorE

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specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language 4 additional subjects: Any five other subjects (including Mathematics or Mathematical literacy) with a final score of 18 ToTal aPs scorE (six other subjects, excluding life Orientation) 22 assessment procedures: candidates who meet these minimum requirements will be invited for the selection process, which includes a departmental questionnaire and possibly an interview. Preference will be given to candidates with a performance level of 5 or more in english. candidates will also receive an additional credit point for a pass in any of the recommended subjects listed above. general knowledge and language proficiency are extremely important in journalism and special emphasis will therefore be placed on these aspects during selection. Prospective students are advised to prepare themselves accordingly by, for example, reading books on journalism and the political system in South Africa, reading newspapers regularly and consulting professional journalists about the nature and requirements of the profession. All prospective students should contact the department of Journalism of the University by telephone by August of the year preceding the year of proposed study to make arrangements for selection. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve north campus. first two years: day classes. Third year: block-based classes and experiential learning. intake for the qualification: January only.

re-registration: Students may re-register for the subject Media Practice iii only with the permission of the head of department. The purpose of the re-registration is to provide students with an opportunity to complete incomplete projects. Equipment: Students who have been selected should note that cameras are compulsory for the subject, Photojournalism i. however, students should not buy cameras before the lecturer concerned asks them to do so. Promotion: A student may carry over modules or subjects to the following year, provided that such modules or subjects fit in with the timetable, or that the department of Journalism be prepared to make special arrangements. additional rules: Students should take english at the A level, and as a second language at the A level. however, the head of department may, due to previous subject selections, make other proposals and arrangements regarding the latter. The qualification is presented as a package and the University reserves the right to limit or alter subject selections and combinations, should they, for example, lead to uneconomical class groupings. approximate first-year class fees: r37 785. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: Journalism. Possible careers: Journalist in print media, broadcasting, industrial and online journalism. naTional diPloMa: langUagE PracTicE (ndlP00) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, one further additional language and any other four other subjects (including Mathematics or Mathematical literacy). sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs MiniMUM PErForMancE lEVEl/scorE

specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language 4 Any additional language 4 additional subjects: Any four other subjects (including Mathematics or Mathematical literacy) with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) 20 assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Three years.

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Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South campus (day classes). hours of attendance and the form of presentation will be determined by the department. This qualification is offered as a package, and the head of department reserves the right to limit or alter the selection and clustering of subjects, for example, in the case of uneconomical class groups. The formal and experiential learning components are fully integrated, i.e. practical work may be done in-house or students may be placed in the industry for experiential learning. intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r13 090. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: language Practice. Possible careers: general language practitioner, translator, editor or proof reader, language adviser, consultant, technologist, broadcaster, editor/publisher, columnist, writer, teacher, interpreter, language planner. naTional diPloMa: lEgal assisTancE (ndlE00) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, any other additional language and four other subjects (including Mathematics or Mathematical literacy). sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs MiniMUM scorE

approximate first-year class fees: r14 157. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: Possible careers:real estate agent, legal assistant, community advice centre manager, community legal service programmes manager legal assistant. naTional diPloMa: local goVErnMEnT ManagEMEnT (ndlM08) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): Business Studies, geography, history and any additional languages. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 14 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

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specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language 3 Any additional language 3 additional subjects: Any four other subjects (including Mathematics or Mathematical literacy) with a final score of 14 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) 20 assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South and Mbombela campuses (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. assignment: The assignment for legal research and Writing i should be submitted on or before the end of August of the applicable year. in exceptional cases, the head of department may, on request by the lecturer of the subject, approve the extension of the submission date.

assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r26 532. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible careers: Manager at a local government.

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naTional diPloMa: Policing (ndP099) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 14 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) 20 3 3 MiniMUM scorE

naTional diPloMa: PUBlic ManagEMEnT (ndPa01) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): Business Studies, geography, history and any additional languages. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 14 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

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assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South campus (day and evening classes). distance education (with limited contact classes, per subject per year, at cape Town or durban). Mbombela campus (block-based classes and/or evening classes). Polokwane campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r13 321. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: Policing. Possible careers: employee of SAPS, reservist, security occupation community policing, municipal and metro police, private investigator.

assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South, Mbombela and Polokwane campuses (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r10 824. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: Public Management. Possible careers: clerk, official manager.

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naTional diPloMa: PUBlic rElaTions ManagEMEnT (ndPr03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): computer Applications Technology, economics, geography, history and official languages. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs Specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 13 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4* 3 4

naTional diPloMa: road TraFFic and MUniciPal PolicE ManagEMEnT: MUniciPal and TraFFic Policing (ndry03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 14 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

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Key to asterisks: * Preference will be given to candidates with a score of 5 or more for english. assessment procedures: candidates who achieve the minimum APS score may be required to sit for a potential assessment test and possibly attend an interview with a panel to identify specific skills needed in the communication industry and for capacity building purposes. general knowledge, language proficiency and a critical disposition will feature in the potential assessment test, as these are of the utmost importance in the communication industry. factors such as academic and practical performance, personal drive and motivation, attitude and outlook, potential, readiness to benefit from more advanced training, and career suitability will also be taken into consideration. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve north campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r22 693. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: Public relations Management M Tech and d Tech: Strategic communication. Possible careers: Public relations practitioner, media officer, communication officer, promotion officer, fund-raiser, industrial journalist, strategist, events co-ordinator, media liaison officer.

assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South campus (block-based classes). distance education (with limited contact classes, per subject per semester, in cape Town and durban. intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r5 995. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: road Traffic and Municipal Police Management: Municipal and Traffic Policing; M Tech: Traffic Safety Management Possible careers: road traffic and municipal police official, licensing and registration, road safety, senior position in traffic safety division, traffic chief, metro or municipal police official.

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naTional diPloMa: road TraFFic and MUniciPal PolicE ManagEMEnT: road saFETy (ndrs03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 14 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) 20 3 3 MiniMUM scorE

BaccalaUrEUs EdUcaTionis: (FET): sPEcialisaTion (BEEds2, BEEds3,

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admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, a second language and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): in order for students to be successful in their chosen subjects, they should meet the following subject-specific prerequisites in the feT/ Senior certificate: specialisation subjects offered in the Programme Accounting Business Management and economics computer Science Mathematics Mathematical literacy specific prerequisite(s) on nQF level 4 Accounting or an equivalent subject with a minimum score of 3 Business Studies or economics or an equivalent subject with a minimum score of 3 Mathematics with a minimum score of 3 Mathematics with a minimum score of 4 Mathematics with a minimum score of 3 or Mathematical literacy with a minimum score of 4 Admission Points Score (APS): MiniMUM scorE 4 3** 3

assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South campus (block-based classes). distance education (with limited contact classes, per subject per semester, in cape Town and durban). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r8 833. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: road Traffic and Municipal Police Management: road Safety; M Tech: Traffic Safety Management Possible careers: road traffic and municipal police official, licensing and registration, road safety, senior position in traffic safety division, traffic chief, metro or municipal police official.

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Presentation and campus: Soshanguve north campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. Possible further studies: Baccalaureus educationis: (hons): (feT) Specialisation Possible careers: educator/lecturer, school inspector, representative of department of education, life-skills facilitator, guidance counsellor approximate first-year class fees: r35 376 BaccalaUrEUs EdUcaTionis (gET): inTErMEdiaTE/sEnior PhasE (BEis02) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, Mathematics or Mathematical literacy and one further additional language. recommended subject(s): Biology, Business Studies, computer Applications Technology, geography, history, Physical Sciences, technology-related subjects. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy Any second language additional subjects (excluding life orientation): Any three other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six** subjects): 22 4 3 3 MiniMUM scorE

BaccalaUrEUs EdUcaTionis (gET): FoUndaTion PhasE (BEFP02) admission requirement (s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): sUBJEcTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy Any second language additional subjects (excluding life orientation): Any three other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE: 22 4 3 3 MiniMUM scorE

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assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered until the programme complement is full. The department will rank applicants to determine admission. Minimum duration: four years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve north campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. Possible further studies: Baccalaureus educationis: (hons): (geT) intermediate/ Senior Phase Possible careers: educator/lecturer, school inspector, representative of department of education, life-skills facilitator, guidance counsellor approximate first-year class fees: r20 702

assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: four years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve north campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. readmission: See chapter 3 of Students' rules and regulations. subject credits: Subject credits are shown in brackets after each subject. The total number of credits required for this qualification is 4,000. Possible further studies: Baccalaureus educationis: (hons): (geT) intermediate/ Senior Phase. Possible careers: educator/lecturer, school inspector, representative of department of education, life-skills facilitator, guidance counsellor approximate first-year class fees: r23 716.

Please note that meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee a place in courses where demand exceeds the available seats.

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BaccalaUrEUs EdUcaTionis: (FET): sPEcialisaTion (BEEds6, BEEds7, BEEds8, BEEds9) FiEld(s) oF sPEcialisaTion: · consumer Studies · Technical · Technology admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics. Mathematical literacy will be considered for the consumer Studies specialisation field. recommended subject(s): Agricultural Sciences, consumer Studies, engineering graphics and design, information Technology, life Sciences, Physical Sciences. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs MiniMUM PErForMancE lEVEl/scorE 4 3 4

selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs MiniMUM PErForMancE lEVEl/scorE specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics life Science Physical Sciences additional subjects (excluding life orientation): Any two other subjects (including a second language) with a final score of 7 ToTal aPs scorE: 22 3 4 4 4

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specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy (will only be considered for consumer Studies specialisation field) additional subjects (excluding life orientation): Any four other subjects with a final score of 14 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects): ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects): 20 21

assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS will be considered until the programme complement is full. The department will rank applicants to determine admission. Minimum duration: four years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve north campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. Possible further studies: Baccalaureus educationis: (hons): (feT) Specialisation Possible careers: educator/lecturer, school inspector, representative of department of education, life-skills facilitator, guidance counsellor approximate first-year class fees: r35 365.

FiEld(s) oF sPEcialisaTion: · natural Sciences admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, Mathematics, life Sciences and Physical Sciences and any further additional language. recommended subject(s): life Sciences and Physical Sciences.

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national certificate: Webmaster national diploma: computer Studies national diploma: engineering: computer Systems national diploma: information Technology: Business Applications national diploma: information Technology: communication networks national diploma: information Technology: intelligent industrial Systems national diploma: information Technology: Multimedia national diploma: information Technology: Software development national diploma: information Technology: Support Services national diploma: information Technology: Technical Applications national diploma: information Technology: Web and Application development naTional cErTiFicaTE: WEBMasTEr (ncWE03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. candidates who successfully completed the feT or vocational certificate: national certificate: information Technology and computer Science will be allowed to enrol for the national diploma: information Technology without an Admission Points Score or an assessment test. recommended subject(s): computer Applications Technology, information Technology and Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy recommended subjects: computer Applications Technology information Technology Physical Sciences Any other subject ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 5 3 3 3 3 19

Minimum duration: One year. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (evening classes). intake for this qualification: January and July. approximate first-year class fees: r20 152. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: n dip, B Tech and M Tech: information Technology: Web and Application development, d Tech: computer Science and data Processing (field of specialisation: Web and Application development) Possible careers: Web master. naTional diPloMa: coMPUTEr sTUdiEs (ndcs04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics. candidates with Mathematical literacy will be considered for certain programmes if the required score is achieved. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy (for foundation Programme only) additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3 5

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assessment procedures: candidates who meet these minimum requirements will be considered for admission to either the national diploma. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (evening classes). Polokwane campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January and July (Pretoria campus).January only (Polokwane campus). approximate first-year class fees: r23 496. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: computer Studies, M Tech: information networks (Structured), M Tech: information networks, d Tech: computer Science and data Processing (field of specialisation: information networks) Possible careers: human resources Assistant, human resources coordinators, Job Analysts, career Planner Assistant, Operations Manager Assistant, Administrative

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coordinator, Marketing Sales Assistang, Project coordinator, group leader, education Manager, community leadership.

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assessment procedures: All prospective candidates with an APS score of 24+ are required to make an appointment with the department Secretary for an Assessment Test. The results of this test together with the school results are used for the final admission decision into the national diploma. This rule applies to all prospective students, as well as to students who are already registered at other institutions. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January and July. Engineering council of south africa (Ecsa): The national diploma: engineering: computer Systems is accredited by the engineering council of South Africa (ecSA), and students completing the qualification will be able to register with that council. The department or ecSA can be contacted for additional information and registration purposes. approximate first-year class fees: r27 973. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Purpose of qualification: Students who have completed this qualification will be qualified to apply the theoretical and practical knowledge and skills pertaining to hardware, software, networking and basic engineering to the computer engineering environment. Possible further studies: B Tech and M Tech: computer Systems. d Tech: computer Science and data Processing (field of specialisation: computer Systems) Possible careers: Systems analyst, network technologist, systems manager, programmer.

naTional diPloMa: inForMaTion TEchnology: BUsinEss aPPlicaTions (ndiB04) description of field of specialisation One of the most fundamental and challenging information technology posts is that of the business and systems analyst. Business and systems analysts drive a project from its initial state of uncertainty, through a clearly defined and agreed upon set of requirements, to an information system which would solve specific business problems. The analyst is responsible for analysing business needs through a careful study of business processes and communication with clients. Once the analysis is completed, the analyst should communicate the results to the programmers, who will code and implement the solution. he or she acts as a link between the programmers and clients through the entire development and installation process. The analyst is the key to ensuring a good fit between the information system and the organisation. his or her role is integral to the success of the information system, and thus to the success of the organisation. Students are trained in information technology skills, business skills and interpersonal relationship skills. admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics. candidates with Mathematical literacy will be considered for certain programmes if the required score is achieved. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs MiniMUM scorE

specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language 3 Mathematics or 3 Mathematical literacy (for foundation Programme only) 5 additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) 18 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) 20 assessment procedures: candidates who meet these minimum requirements will be considered for admission to either the national diploma or the foundation Programme (See the department of end-User computing). Of these candidates, those with a score of more than 3 in Mathematics will be admitted directly to the national diploma. Upon admission and before registration the rest of the candidates may be admitted directly to the foundation Programme option, or be required to do an academic proficiency (risk profiling) placement test. Based on these results, candidates will be placed in the national diploma or foundation Programme. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South campus (day classes).

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intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r22 440. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: information Technology: Business Applications, M Tech: information Technology: Business Applications, d Tech: computer Science and data Processing: Business Applications, B Tech: information Technology: information Management, M Tech: information Technology: information Management, d Tech: computer Science and data Processing: iT Management, B Tech and M Tech: Knowledge Management, d Tech: computer Science and data Processing: Knowledge Management. Possible careers: computer studies programmer, software development, database administrator, systems analyst, web developer, network specialist, helpdesk operator, project manager, multimedia specialist. naTional diPloMa: inForMaTion TEchnology: coMMUnicaTion nETWorKs (ndiK04) description of field of specialisation This field of specialisation focuses on network systems, including the latest technologies that are available, such as wireless and virtual networks. Students will receive training in all aspects of communication networks, such as network security and management, the design, development and maintenance of networks, troubleshooting, routers and network support. Students who obtain this qualification will be able to work in any area of communication networks; for example, as network designers, network security specialists, network managers or network administrators. Please note: Students register for the first year (ndiT04), during which they are introduced to the basic principles of computers and information technology skills. admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics. candidates with Mathematical literacy will be considered for certain programmes if the required score is achieved. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs

specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy (for foundation Programme only)

assessment procedures:candidates who meet these minimum requirements will be considered for admission to either the national diploma or the foundation Programme (See the department of end-User computing). Of these candidates, those with a score of more than 3 in Mathematics will be admitted directly to the national diploma. Upon admission and before registration the rest of the candidates may be admitted directly to the foundation Programme option, or be required to do an academic proficiency (risk profiling) placement test. Based on these results, candidates will be placed in the national diploma or foundation Programme. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r22 440. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech and M Tech: information Technology: communication networks, d Tech: computer Science and data Processing (field of specialisation: communication networks). Possible careers: Programmer, systems analyst, database administrator, network specialist, web developer, helpdesk operator, project manager, multimedia specialist. naTional diPloMa: inForMaTion TEchnology: inTElligEnT indUsTrial sysTEMs (ndii04) description of field of specialisation Students will be qualified to follow careers in the design, development and maintenance of intelligent industrial systems. This qualification includes extensive training in the areas of artificial intelligence, games programming and electronics in the iT field. Students will also receive training in robotics, which includes the programming, electronic design and mechanical construction of a "rover-bot" project. On obtaining this qualification, students will be able to follow careers in factory automation, computer hardware engineering, Plc technology, embedded programming and entertainment software. admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, Mathematics and Physical Sciences.

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use of multimedia. We focus on multimedia design, technology and programming. graduates not only enjoy all the career choices of other information technology graduates in the iT industry, but can also expect to be in demand for very sophisticated software development in the multimedia industry. examples of careers are multimedia programmer, multimedia designer and games programmer. admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics. candidates with Mathematical literacy will be considered for certain programmes if the required score is achieved. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs

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assessment procedures: candidates who meet these minimum requirements will be considered for admission to either the national diploma or the foundation Programme (See the department of end-User computing). Of these candidates, those with a score of more than 3 in Mathematics will be admitted directly to the national diploma. Upon admission and before registration the rest of the candidates may be admitted directly to the foundation Programme option, or be required to do an academic proficiency (risk profiling) placement test. Based on these results, candidates will be placed in the national diploma or foundation Programme. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r22 440. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech and M Tech: information Technology: intelligent industrial Systems, d Tech: computer Science And data Processing (field of specialisation: intelligent industrial Systems) Possible careers: Programmer, systems analyst, database administrator, network specialist, web developer, helpdesk operator, project manager, multimedia specialist. naTional diPloMa: inForMaTion TEchnology: MUlTiMEdia (ndiU04) description of field of specialisation The objectives of the Multimedia programme are to provide ­ the knowledge and skills required to become a multimedia programmer; a foundation in the technical aspects of multimedia software development through knowledge of the fundamental areas of databases, data communications, multimedia systems and software development; and the skills and knowledge to facilitate the development of different types of media, including 3-d animations and interactive simulations incorporating game engines and virtual reality. This qualification will equip students with the necessary skills to pursue a career in the design, implementation and maintenance of iT systems that make extensive

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assessment procedures: candidates who meet these minimum requirements will be considered for admission to either the national diploma or the foundation Programme (See the department of end-User computing). Of these candidates, those with a score of more than 3 in Mathematics will be admitted directly to the national diploma. Upon admission and before registration the rest of the candidates may be admitted directly to the foundation Programme option, or be required to do an academic proficiency (risk profiling) placement test. Based on these results, candidates will be placed in the national diploma or foundation Programme. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r22 440. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech and M Tech: information Technology: Multimedia, d Tech: computer Science and data Processing (field of specialisation: Multimedia) Possible careers: Webmaster, internet applications developer, internet programmer, web content manager, web designer, web systems developer, e-commerce solutions developer, web manager.

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naTional diPloMa: inForMaTion TEchnology: soFTWarE dEVEloPMEnT (ndis04) description of qualifications: The computers have little to offer on their own. it is the software that enables computers to do a variety of things such as web pages to pay traffic fines. developing such software requires a number of skills: systems analysis, programming, testing and project management. Before one can start to program a software system, it is important to understand and analyse exactly what the system should do. Programming is translating what the system should do into a program that will instruct the computer to do the required task. errors can be made in developing a system and it is important to develop skills in finding these errors and correcting them. developing systems can involve a number of different people and has different parts to it. Someone needs to manage the project. On completion of this diploma a student should have skills in developing a software system. This programme will prepare students for a number of careers: iT systems analyst, systems designer, programmer, systems developer, systems tester and project manager. description of field of specialisation: Students who have successfully completed the Software development qualification will have the skills to develop and maintain iT applications on various platforms, and to apply themselves as iT systems analysts and designers. career opportunities include programmers, analyst programmers, systems developers, systems testers, and systems analysts and designers. Students acquire the necessary skills to provide iT solutions to any iT business problem. admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics. candidates with Mathematical literacy will be considered for certain programmes if the required score is achieved. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy (for foundation Programme only) additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3 5

national diploma. Upon admission and before registration the rest of the candidates may be admitted directly to the foundation Programme option, or be required to do an academic proficiency (risk profiling) placement test. Based on these results, candidates will be placed in the national diploma or foundation Programme. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: eMalahleni campus and Soshanguve South campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r22 440. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech and M Tech: information Technology: Software development, d Tech: computer Science and data Processing (field of Specialisation: Software development) Possible careers: Programmers, analyst programmers, systems developers, systems testers, and systems analysts and designers. naTional diPloMa: inForMaTion TEchnology: sUPPorT sErVicEs (ndiP04) description of field of specialisation On successful completion of the support services qualification, students will have the knowledge and skills to solve hardware and software problems, to set up networks, to give support to end-users and to manage call centres. career opportunities include computer technician, helpdesk analyst, network analyst, information centre manager and systems administrator. admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics. candidates with Mathematical literacy will be considered for certain programmes if the required score is achieved. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy (for foundation Programme only) additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3 5

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assessment procedures: candidates who meet these minimum requirements will be considered for admission to either the national diploma or the foundation Programme (See the department of end-User computing). Of these candidates, those with a score of more than 3 in Mathematics will be admitted directly to the national diploma. Upon admission and before registration the rest of the candidates may be admitted directly to the foundation Programme option, or be required to do an academic proficiency (risk profiling) placement test. Based on these results, candidates will be placed in the national diploma or foundation Programme. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r22 440. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech information Technology: Support Services. Possible careers: Programmer, systems analyst, database administrator, network specialist, web developer, helpdesk operator, project manager, multimedia specialist. computer technician, helpdesk analyst, network analyst, information centre manager and systems administrator.

naTional diPloMa: inForMaTion TEchnology: TEchnical aPPlicaTions (ndil04) description of field of specialisation This programme is aimed at equipping candidates with specialised programming skills to solve specific non-mainstream problems. These skills include component and systems programming, as well as systems configuration. Subjects will include interface programs between major systems and protocol and device programming. Please note: Students will register for the first year (ndiT04), during which they are introduced to the basic principles of computers and information technology skills. admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics. candidates with Mathematical literacy will be considered for certain programmes if the required score is achieved. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy (for foundation Programme only) additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3 5

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assessment procedures: candidates who meet these minimum requirements will be considered for admission to either the national diploma or the foundation Programme (See the department of end-User computing). Of these candidates, those with a score of more than 3 in Mathematics will be admitted directly to the national diploma. Upon admission and before registration the rest of the candidates may be admitted directly to the foundation Programme option, or be required to do an academic proficiency (risk profiling) placement test. Based on these results, candidates will be placed in the national diploma or foundation Programme. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r22 440. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech and M Tech: information Technology: Technical Applications, d Tech: computer Science and data Processing (field of specialisation: Technical Applications), B Tech and M Tech: Professional Practice in information

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Technology, d Tech: computer Science and data Processing (field of specialisation: Professional Practice in information Technology) Possible careers: Mobile Programmers, Java developers, analyst programmers, systems developers, systems testers, systems analysts and designers, wireless network specialist and wireless network analyst. naTional diPloMa: inForMaTion TEchnology: WEB and aPPlicaTion dEVEloPMEnT (ndiW04) description of field of specialisation The purpose of this qualification is to equip students with the necessary skills to pursue careers in iT by creating, building, maintaining and managing web solutions. On completion of this qualification, students should be able to apply ­ · modern analysis and design techniques and methodologies in the development of iT software systems; · user-interface design principles; and · the appropriate software programming language and development environments to implement designed internet solutions. We focus on website design and administration and internet programming by using various scripting languages and gUi programming environments. admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics. candidates with Mathematical literacy will be considered for certain programmes if the required score is achieved. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy (for foundation Programme only) additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3 5

do an academic proficiency (risk profiling) placement test. Based on these results, candidates will be placed in the national diploma or foundation Programme. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Soshanguve South campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only approximate first-year class fees: r22 440. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech and M Tech: information Technology: Web and Application development, d Tech: computer Science and data Processing (field of specialisation: Web and Application development). Possible careers: Webmaster, internet Applications developer, internet Programmer, Web content Manager, Web designer, Web Systems developer, e-commerce Solutions developer, Web Manager

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naTional diPloMa: adMinisTraTiVE ManagEMEnT: Financial (ndaF98) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s):none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS) assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18-21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA) and could be considered for the foundation Programme, as determined by the head of department. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r16 401. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: Business Administration. Possible careers: information manager, assets manager, business consultant. naTional diPloMa: adMinisTraTiVE ManagEMEnT: gEnEral (ndag98) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18-21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA) and could be considered for the foundation Programme, as determined by the head of department. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r15 928. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: Business Administration. Possible careers: Administrative service manager, data-processing manager, wordprocessing manager. naTional diPloMa: adVEnTUrE ToUrisM ManagEMEnT (ndaV01) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS):

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assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18-21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA) test. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r26 829. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Field trips: compulsory field trips are scheduled in the training period. These field trips form an integral part of the programme content at different levels of study. The cost of the field trips normally includes all expenses, excluding those of a personal nature. Students will be fully informed in this regard. Please note: dates, duration, venues and costs of field trips are subject to change. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: Adventure Tourism Management. Possible careers: Adventure specialist, planning and presenting outdoor activities (e.g. rafting, mountain climbing, bungee jumping), providing outdoor equipment, tourism operator, entrepreneur. naTional diPloMa: conTacT cEnTrE ManagEMEnT (ndcc01) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18-21 will be admitted to the foundation Programme for human resources Management. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (block-based classes, offered on weekdays or Saturdays). approximate first-year class fees: r17 798. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: contact centre Management. Possible careers: Team leader, supervisor, functional leader, strategic manager, agent, call centre representative, call centre officer. naTional diPloMa: crEdiT ManagEMEnT (ndcr02) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS):

assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18-21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA) and could be considered for the foundation Programme. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r15 972. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: credit Management. Possible careers: credit/debtor clerk in banking sector and financial analyst. naTional diPloMa: EcoToUrisM ManagEMEnT (ndEK01) ThiS qUAlificATiOn iS Offered By The fAcUlTy Of Science And The fAcUlTy Of MAnAgeMenT ScienceS. admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18 to 21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA) test. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r22 495. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Training excursions, field Training excursions, field trips and practicals are compulsory trips and practicals: and involve additional expenses, over and above the class fees. Basic camping equipment is also required. Students will be provided with further details at registration. general: it is compulsory to wear the required uniform during certain practicals. Uniforms may also be worn to class and practicals. Students will be provided with details about uniforms at registration. Membership of the Pretoria campus Wildlife Society is strongly recommended for all students. The nature of the training involves a degree of risk, although all reasonable precautions are taken by the University and the department to prevent accidents and injuries. it is recommended that students take out insurance. More information will be available at registration. Possible further studies: B Tech and M Tech: ecotourism Management. Possible careers: field guide, ecotourism guide, tour operator, planner, developer, manager, entrepreneur, eco-destination planner, manager at eco-lodges.

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naTional diPloMa: EnTrEPrEnEUrshiP (ndEU05) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18-21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA) and could be considered for the foundation Programme. Minimum duration: Three years. (four years for the foundation Programme). Presentation and campus: Pretoria and Polokwane campuses (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r18 942 (r15 928 for the extended curriculum / foundation Programme. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech and M Tech: entrepreneurship. B Tech: credit Management Possible careers: creating and building a business. naTional diPloMa: EVEnT ManagEMEnT (ndVM09) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18-21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA) test. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r19 349. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Field trips: compulsory field trips are scheduled in the training period. These field trips form an integral part of the programme content at different levels of study. The cost of the field trips normally includes all expenses, excluding those of a personal nature. Students will be fully informed in this regard. Please note: dates, duration, venues and costs of field trips are subject to change. certificates: compulsory first-aid programmes are offered at the University in the third year of study. Possible further studies: B Tech: Tourism Management. M Tech: Tourism and hospitality Management. Possible careers: events coordinator, events planner, events manager.

naTional diPloMa: hosPiTaliTy ManagEMEnT (ndhM04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematical literacy. Applicants with Mathematics or Accounting will be given preference. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18-21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA) test. candidates will be required to attend an interview with a departmental panel. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r33 726. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. class attendance: Students may be absent from a maximum of two practicals per year only and must attend at least 85% of the theoretical lectures. Students must pass both the practical and the theoretical components of subjects Textbooks: Students are required to purchase textbooks. other requirements: The following must be submitted before the diploma will be issued: · Wine Service certificate · Preliminary Wine course certificate · Wines of the World certificate · first-Aid certificate Subjects and practicals: Students will be required to attend certain activities and practicals in the evenings and on Saturdays and Sundays. Owing to the unique character and requirements of the hospitality industry, it is compulsory for students to work for a required number of weeks, according to the official timetable, at any of the practical training facilities of the department, regardless of weekends, University holidays or public holidays. Students have to arrange their own transport to and from training facilities that are not situated at the Pretoria and Soshanguve campuses. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech: Tourism and hospitality Management. Possible careers: Manager in the hospitality industry (hotels, guesthouses), entrepreneur, researcher, chef, food and beverage manager, industrial catering service manager, accommodation manager. naTional diPloMa: hUMan rEsoUrcEs ManagEMEnT (ndhr96) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS):

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assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18-21 will be admitted to the foundation Programme. Minimum duration: Three years. (Three and a half years: block-based classes or four years: day classes for the foundation Programme) Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day and block-based classes), eMalahleni and Polokwane campuses (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r29 172 (r15 697 for the extended curriculum). additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: human resources. B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: human resource development Possible careers: Training officer, personnel officer, personnel manager, training officer, labour relations officer. naTional diPloMa: logisTics (ndlo01) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18 to 21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA). Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r18 315. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: logistics. Possible careers: Buyer, materials manager, logistics manager. naTional diPloMa: ManagEMEnT (ndMg98) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18-21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA) and could be considered for the foundation Programme. Minimum duration: Three years. (four years for the foundation Programme). Presentation and campus: Polokwane campus (day classes). Pretoria campus (day and block-based classes).

intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r18 799 (r14 443 for the extended curriculum) additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech and M Tech: Management MBA Possible careers: entrepreneur, general manager, own business. naTional diPloMa: ManagEMEnT sErVicEs (ndMs98) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18-21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA) test. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). Organisational effectiveness iiiA and iiiB are offered in the form of evening classes. evening classes will be offered only if there is a sufficient number of students. intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r15 136. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: Management Services. M Tech and d Tech: Business Administration. Possible careers: Work-study practitioner, management services practitioner, business analyst, value-chain consultant. naTional diPloMa: MarKETing (ndMK95) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18 to 21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA) and could be considered for the foundation Programme. Minimum duration: Three years.(four years for the extended curriculum) Presentation and campus: eMalahleni, Mbombela and Pretoria campuses (day classes). approximate first-year class fees: r18 502 (r12 166 for the extended curriculum) additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: Marketing. Possible careers: Sales consultant, sales manager, marketing manager, advertising manager, researcher.

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naTional diPloMa: oFFicE ManagEMEnT and TEchnology (ndoM03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18 to 21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA). Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: eMalahleni, Pretoria, and Polokwane campuses (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r24 739. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech and M Tech: Office Management and Technology. Possible careers: Secretary, administration officer, personal assistant, office manager naTional diPloMa: oPEraTions ManagEMEnT (ndos04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, With english, Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs MiniMUM PErForMancE lEVEl/scorE 3 3 5

intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r13 486. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: Project Management. B Tech and M Tech: Operations Management. Possible careers: inventory controller, materials manager, operations manager. naTional diPloMa: organisaTional lEadErshiP (ndol01) insert information on "national diploma: Organisational leadership" between the national diploma: Operations Management and national diploma: recreation Management as follows: admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS of 22 and more will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18 to 21 will be admitted to the foundation Programme for human resources Management. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (block-based classes). This qualification is offered only in collaboration with employers. intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r12 100 additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: BTech: Organisational leadership Possible careers: human resources assistant, human resources coordinators, Job Analysts, career Planner Assistant, Operations Manager Assistant, Administrative coordinator, Marketing Sales Assistant, Project coordinator, group leader, education Manager, community leadership. naTional diPloMa: rEcrEaTion ManagEMEnT (ndrc04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS). assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18 to 21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA). Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r16 522.

specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation)

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assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18-21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA) test. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (first two years ­ day classes. Third year ­ evening classes). The subjects OMA10AT and OMA10BT are offered as day classes.

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additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: recreation Management. Possible careers: Manager, recreational service guide, entrepreneur, consultant. naTional diPloMa: rETail BUsinEss ManagEMEnT (ndrB97) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18-21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA). Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r15 785. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: retail Business Management Possible careers: Merchandising and sales representative for retail suppliers and wholesalers. naTional diPloMa: sPorT ManagEMEnT (ndsM01) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18 to 21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA). Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. golf specialisation (only for golf enthusiasts who wish to qualify as professional players, golf Academy students): coaches, golf club managers or directors of golf may enrol simultaneously at the Professional golfers Association (PgA) for an accredited qualification. The following PgA subjects must be taken additional subjects: golf coaching, Business finance, equipment Technology, rules, Tournament Organisation, golf World, Swing Theory and golf Psychology. The golf Academy facilitates the PgA programme and students will be enrolled at the golf Academy. Selection criteria are based on an academic assessment, a personal interview and a playing ability test. golfing ability will be evaluated on a practical assessment that includes a portfolio of competency. Twenty

hours' practicals per week will be scheduled. enquiries: francois Viljoen, cell: 072 224 2456 (golf Academy). approximate first-year class fees: r37 631. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: Sport Management. Possible careers: Sports administrator, club manager, sports marketing agent, sports development officer, promoter, commentator, entrepreneur, sales consultant, market researcher. naTional diPloMa: ToUrisM ManagEMEnT (ndTM02) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): none. selection criteria: Admission Points Score (APS): assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18-21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA) test. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria and Mbombela campuses (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r21 131. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Field trips: compulsory field trips are scheduled in the training period. These field trips form an integral part of the programme content at different levels of study. The cost of the field trips normally includes all expenses, excluding those of a personal nature. Students will be fully informed in this regard. Please note: dates, duration, venues and costs of field trips are subject to change. Possible further studies: B Tech: Tourism Management. M Tech: Tourism and hospitality Management Possible careers: Travel agent, tour operator, guest services, sightseeing tours and recreation, tourism information services.

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national certificate: dental Assisting national certificate: Occupational Therapy Assistant national diploma: Agriculture: Animal Production national diploma: Agriculture: commercial Mixed farming national diploma: Agriculture: crop Production national diploma: Agriculture: development and extension national diploma: Analytical chemistry national diploma: Biomedical Technology national diploma: Biotechnology national diploma: clinical Technology national diploma: dental Technology national diploma: ecotourism Management national diploma: environmental health national diploma: environmental Sciences national diploma: equine Science national diploma: fire Technology national diploma: food Technology national diploma: game ranch Management national diploma: geology national diploma: horticulture national diploma: landscape Technology national diploma: Medical Orthotics and Prosthetics. national diploma: nature conservation national diploma: Officiating and coaching Science national diploma: radiography: diagnostic national diploma: Somatology national diploma: Sport the minimum requirements does not guarantee a place Please note that meetingand exercise Technology national diploma: Turfgrass Management in courses where demand exceeds the available seats. national diploma: Veterinary Technology national diploma: Water care Baccalaureus: Pharmaciae (B Pharm) Baccalaureus Technologiae: nursing Science

naTional cErTiFicaTE: dEnTal assisTing (ncds91) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any three other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3 4

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assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 17+ (16 if with Mathematics) will be required to do an admission test and will be invited for an interview with the departmental panel. candidates with a minimum of two years relevant working experience in the dental field and/or a dental Assisting qualification from another institution will also be considered even if the APS score is below 18/19, but not lower than 16/17 Minimum duration: One year. Presentation and campus: Polokwane and Pretoria campus (one year: day classes, or two years: block-based classes ­ only applicable to students already employed in dental practice). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r17 314. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. other requirements: A valid first-aid certificate. first-aid programmes are arranged by the University. immunisation against hepatitis B is compulsory. Possible further studies: national diploma: dental Technology (extended curriculum Programme with foundation Provision). Possible careers: Assisting in a dental practice, assisting a dentist, infection control, stock control and accounts.

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naTional cErTiFicaTE: occUPaTional ThEraPy assisTanTs (ncoy97) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, life Sciences, Mathematics or Mathematical literacy and any other second language. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy life Sciences Any other second language additional subjects: Any two other subjects with a final score of 6 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 4 3 3

naTional diPloMa: agricUlTUrE: aniMal ProdUcTion (ndaP04) Admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): life Sciences and Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 4

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assessment procedures: candidates who obtained an APS score of 19+ will be considered for unconditional admission, provided that the maximum number of students has not been reached. if there are more candidates than the maximum intake allows, candidates with the highest APS scores will be given preference until the maximum number is reached. Minimum duration: One year. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day or block-based classes offered over a period of two years). intake for the qualification: January only. Purpose of qualification: The qualifying student will be able to facilitate the functional participation of clients in various settings in which occupational therapy is required. he or she will function as a member of a multidisciplinary team, under the supervision of a qualified occupational therapist. On completion of this programme, students will be able to register with the health Professionals council of South Africa (hPcSA). approximate first-year class fees: r18 502. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible careers: Occupational therapy assistant.

assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered for admission to the national diploma. The University reserves the right to select the most suitable candidates for the programme. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r12 254. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech Agriculture: Animal Production, M Tech Agriculture, d Tech: Agriculture Possible careers: Animal production manager, animal production representative, animal production technician, researcher farmer, feedlot manager, lecturer, agricultural journalist.

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naTional diPloMa: agricUlTUrE: coMMErcial MiXEd FarMing (ndMX04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): life Sciences and Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 4

naTional diPloMa: agricUlTUrE: croP ProdUcTion (ndar04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): life Sciences and Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 4

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assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r20 647. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: Agriculture: development and extension. B Tech: Agriculture: Agricultural Management, M Tech and d Tech: Agriculture Possible careers: Agricultural producer, manager, farmer, representative.

assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r20 647. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. general: The nature of the training involves a degree of risk, although all reasonable precautions are taken by the University and the department to prevent accidents and injuries. it is recommended that students take out insurance. further information is obtainable during registration. Possible further studies: B Tech: Agriculture: crop Production. M Tech and d Tech: Agriculture Possible careers: commercial crop producer, production manager, extension service worker.

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naTional diPloMa: agricUlTUrE: dEVEloPMEnT and EXTEnsion (nddX04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): life Sciences and Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and 5 other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and 5 other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 4

naTional diPloMa: analyTical chEMisTry (ndac03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, Mathematics and Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics Physical Sciences additional subjects: Any three other subjects with a final score of 9 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 4 4

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assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r20 647. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: Agriculture: development and extension , B Tech: Agriculture: Agricultural Management, M Tech and d Tech: Agriculture Possible careers: Agricultural developer.

assessment procedures: candidates who meet these minimum requirements will be considered for admission to the national diploma or the national diploma (extended curriculum). A candidate's performance in an academic proficiency test written in January as part of the faculty's orientation programme will determine whether he or she will be channelled to the national diploma or to the national diploma (extended curriculum). Minimum duration: Three years. (Three and a half years for the extended curriculum). Presentation and campus: Arcadia campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r24 970 (r20 050 for the extended curriculum). additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: chemistry Possible careers: Analytical chemist, technologist. Opportunities in laboratories, manufacturing industries (e.g. oil refineries) or research industries, chemical analyst at forensic departments, SAB, eskom, cSir, Mintec.

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naTional diPloMa: BioMEdical TEchnology (ndBM01) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, life Sciences, Mathematics and Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language life Sciences Mathematics Physical Sciences additional subjects: Any two other subjects with a final score of 6 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 3 3

Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: Biomedical Technology. Possible careers: Medical technologist, work in medical field, analysing human tissue and blood, pathology, histology, virology, blood transfusion and laboratory work. naTional diPloMa: BioTEchnology (ndBT03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, Mathematics and Physical Sciences. recommended subject(s): life Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics Physical Sciences additional subjects: Any three other subjects with a final score of 9 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 4 4

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assessment procedures: candidates with a score of 26 will be invited for an interview. The APS score will contribute 90% to the final admission score and the interview will contribute 10%. candidates with a score of 19-25 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment and an interview. The APS score will contribute 40% to the final admission score and the potential assessment and the interview will contribute 60%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arcadia campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r18 557. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Practicals: 100% attendance is compulsory for all practicals. Students must pass the practical component of a subject to obtain admission to sit for the examination. safety wear: Specific safety wear is compulsory and must be purchased by the student. other requirements: Vaccination against hepatitis B is compulsory. registration as a student medical technologist: registration with the health Professions council of South Africa (hPcSA) as a student medical technologist is compulsory. foreign students will be allowed to register at the hPcSA as student technologists only for the duration of the relevant qualification. They will however not be able to register with the hPcSA as medical technologists. Professional registration as a medical technologist: registration as a qualified medical technologist takes place four years after registration as a student medical technologist, provided that the candidate has completed the first three academic years successfully. The candidate must also have worked in a laboratory approved by the hPcSA for at least 14 months and must have passed the Board examination of the Society of Medical laboratory Technologists of South Africa (SMlTSA).

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assessment procedures: candidates who meet these minimum requirements will be considered for admission to the national diploma or the national diploma (extended curriculum). A candidate's performance in an academic proficiency test written in January as part of the faculty's orientation programme will determine whether he or she will be channelled to the national diploma or the national diploma (extended curriculum). Minimum duration: Three years. (four years for the extended curriculum). Presentation and campus: Arcadia campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r18 557 ( r17 000 for the extended curriculum). additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: Biotechnology. Possible careers: Biotechnologist or microbiologist, work in the industry or research labs, microbiology, waste management, beverage production, food production, research.

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naTional diPloMa: clinical TEchnology (ndcT00) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, life Sciences, Mathematics and Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language life Sciences Mathematics Physical Sciences Additional subjects: Any two other subjects with a final score of 6 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 3 3

naTional diPloMa: dEnTal TEchnology (nddT96) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, Mathematics or Mathematical literacy and life Sciences or Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy life Sciences or Physical Sciences additional subjects: Any three other subjects with a final score of 9 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 4 3

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assessment procedures: candidates with a score of 26 will be invited for an interview. The APS score will contribute 90% to the final admission score and the interview will contribute 10%. candidates with a score of 19-25 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment and an interview. The APS score will contribute 40% to the final admission score and the potential assessment and the interview will contribute 60%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arcadia campus (four semesters of day classes and two semesters of appropriate clinical training in a clinical unit accredited by the health Professions council of South Africa (hPcSA) and approved by the department). intake for the qualification: January only. Professional registration foreign students will be allowed to register at the hPcSA as student technologists only for the duration of the relevant qualification. They will however not be able to register with the hPcSA as clinical technologists. approximate first-year class fees: r13 948. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: clinical Technology. Possible careers: clinical technologist, private hospitals and private practices, opportunities in cardiology, nephrology, reproduction, the respiratory system and neurophysiology, cardiovascular perfusion, pulmonology.

assessment procedures: candidates who meet the minimum requirements will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment and a practical assessment. The candidates with the top scores will be invited for an interview. Minimum duration: Three years. (four years for the extended curriculum). Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r23 243 (r16 588 for the extended curriculum). additional costs: Please enquire at the department. other requirements: immunisation against hepatitis B is compulsory. Students should have access to computers and the internet. Students should register with the South African dental Technicians council; this will be done by the department. Students must obtain approved first-aid certificates to be admitted to the third-year examinations of the national diploma. first-aid programmes are usually arranged by the department. faculty and statutory rules and regulations will apply to students who register for this qualification. it is the responsibility of the students to familiarise themselves with these rules and regulations. in addition to tuition fees, textbooks, equipment, other educational material and an amount of approximately r20 000 for personal instruments will be required in the first year of study. These will remain the property of the student. Students are responsible year for purchasing these instruments themselves. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: dental Technology. Possible careers: dental technician, making and repairing bridges, crowns and dentures, work in dental labs.

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naTional diPloMa: EcoToUrisM ManagEMEnT (ndEK01) This QUaliFicaTion is oFFErEd By ThE FacUlTy oF sciEncE and ThE FacUlTy oF ManagEMEnT sciEncEs. admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

naTional diPloMa: EnVironMEnTal hEalTh (ndEh95) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, life Sciences, Mathematics or Mathematical literacy and Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy life Sciences Physical Science additional subjects: Any two other subjects with a final score of 6 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 4 3 3

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assessment procedures: candidates with a final APS score of 22+ will be admitted to the programme. candidates with a score of 18 to 21 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment (PA) test. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r22 495. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Training excursions, field trips and practicals: Training excursions, field trips and practicals are compulsory and involve additional expenses, over and above the class fees. Basic camping equipment is also required. Students will be provided with further details at registration. general: it is compulsory to wear the required uniform during certain practicals. Uniforms may also be worn to class and practicals. Students will be provided with details about uniforms at registration. Membership of the Pretoria campus Wildlife Society is strongly recommended for all students. The nature of the training involves a degree of risk, although all reasonable precautions are taken by the University and the department to prevent accidents and injuries. it is recommended that students take out insurance. More information will be available at registration. Possible further studies: B Tech and M Tech: ecotourism Management Possible careers: eco-destination planner, researcher, tour operator and guide.

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assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS will be considered until the programme complement is full. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes: formal and cooperative training). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r15 169. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: environmental health. Possible careers: environmental health practitioner, health adviser, air-pollution control officer, meat inspector, occupational hygienist, consultant, inspector, environmental officer/auditor, food safety auditor, risk officer.

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naTional diPloMa: EnVironMEnTal sciEncEs (ndEV02) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, Mathematics and Physical Sciences. recommended subject(s): geography and life Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics Physical Sciences additional subjects: Any three other subjects with a final score of 9 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 4 4

naTional diPloMa: EQUinE sciEncE (ndEQ04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): life Sciences and Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 4

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assessment procedures: candidates who meet these minimum requirements will be considered for admission to the national diploma or the national diploma (extended curriculum). A candidate's performance in an academic proficiency test written in January as part of the faculty's orientation programme will determine whether he or she will be channelled to the national diploma or to the national diploma (extended curriculum). Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arcadia campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r24 475. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: environmental Sciences, M Tech and d Tech: environmental Management Possible careers: environmental manager, technologist, monitoring the impact of products on the environment, e.g. at SASOl, necSA, nissan, dept. of environmental Affairs and forestry, mining companies.

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assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered for admission to the national diploma. The University reserves the right to select the most suitable candidates for the programme. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r16 555. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: equine Science, M Tech and d Tech: Agriculture Possible careers: horse-stud manager, horse seller, riding-school owner, equine breeder .

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naTional diPloMa: FirE TEchnology (ndFy01) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy and Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy Physical Sciences additional subjects: Any three other subjects with a final score of 9 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3 4 3

naTional diPloMa: Food TEchnology (ndFT03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, Mathematics and Physical Sciences. recommended subject(s): life Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics Physical Sciences additional subjects: Any three other subjects with a final score of 9 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 4 4

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assessment procedures: candidates who meet the minimum APS requirements will be considered for admission to the national diploma on condition that they are employed by an approved fire or emergency service. A number of students not employed by the emergency services will also be considered, subject to the availability of training space at the Tshwane Metro. These students will be required to pass the physical and medical fitness tests prescribed by the emergency service establishment. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arcadia campus (block-based classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees:r14 014. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech and M Tech: fire Technology Possible careers: fire fighter, fire prevention officer, fire safety officer, station officer, divisional officer, emergency services manager, officer in the SAndf.

assessment procedures: candidates who meet these minimum requirements will be considered for admission to the national diploma or the national diploma (extended curriculum). A candidate's performance in an academic proficiency test written in January as part of the faculty's orientation programme will determine whether he or she will be channelled to the national diploma or the national diploma (extended curriculum). Minimum duration: Three years. (four years for the extended curriculum) Presentation and campus: Arcadia campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees:r22 363 ( r16 830 for the extended curriculum). additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: food Technology. Possible careers: food technologist, quality controller, researcher, developer of new products, opportunities in food processing, canning, meat or fish factories, food quality and hygiene.

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naTional diPloMa: gaME ranch ManagEMEnT (ndgr04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Agricultural Sciences and geography. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 4

The nature of the training involves a degree of risk, although all reasonable precautions are taken by the University and the department to prevent accidents and injuries. it is recommended that students take out insurance. More information will be available at registration. financial support, loans and bursaries: The University administers the national Student financial Aid Scheme (nSfAS) for financial support and the department currently administers three bursaries (for senior students only), namely the robbie cooper Memorial Trust Bursary, the lycaon Bursary, and the South African hunters' Association Bursary. information is available at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: game ranch Management Possible careers: game-farm or ranch manager, adviser, professional hunter, ranch planner, game capturist. naTional diPloMa: gEology (ndgE04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, Mathematics and Physical Sciences. recommended subject(s): computer Applications Technology, geography and information Technology. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics Physical Science additional subjects: Any three other subjects with a final score of 9 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 4 4

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Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: geology Possible careers: engineering geologist, geological technician or technologist, hydro-geological consultant, mining companies, department of Minerals and energy, department of Water Affairs and forestry. naTional diPloMa: horTicUlTUrE (ndho04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy and life Sciences or Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy life Sciences or Physical Sciences additional subjects: Any three other subjects with a final score of 9 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 4 3

naTional diPloMa: landscaPE TEchnology (ndlT04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy and life Sciences or Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy life Sciences or Physical Sciences additional subjects: Any three other subjects with a final score of 9 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 4 3

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assessment procedures: candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered for admission. candidates may be required to write an admission test and attend an interview with a departmental panel. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r20 900. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: horticulture. Possible careers: horticulturist, work in the wholesale trade (production), retail trade (sales), researcher, grounds superintendent, green keeper, manufacturing/ sales.

assessment procedures: candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered for admission. candidates may be required to write an admission test and attend an interview with a departmental panel. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r20 790. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: landscape Technology Possible careers: landscape design and construction, consultant in private and public sector, entrepreneur

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naTional diPloMa: MEdical orThoTics and ProsThETics (ndoP04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, life Sciences, Physical Sciences and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy life Sciences Physical Sciences additional subjects: Any two other subjects with a final score of 6 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 4 3 3

Prosthetics or the Baccalaureus Technologiae: Medical Orthotics and Prosthetics, a student has to complete an internship of 12 months at an hPcSA-accredited training centre before he or she may register with the council as a medical orthotics and prosthetics practitioner. At the end of the internship, year students may register as medical orthotists and prosthetists with the hPcSA. The year of internship will be completed under the auspices of the hPcSA, and any enquiries in this regard should be addressed to that council. approximate first-year class fees: r14 267. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: Medical Orthotics and Prosthetics Possible careers: Medical orthotist or prosthetist, own practice, medical representative (orthopaedic rehabilitation by assessing, measuring, designing, manufacturing, maintaining and fitting orthoses and prostheses). naTional diPloMa: naTUrE consErVaTion (ndna04) admission requirement(s): national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Agricultural Sciences and geography. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 4

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assessment procedures: candidates who obtained an APS score of 25+ will be considered for unconditional admission, provided that the maximum number of students has not been reached. if there are more candidates than the maximum intake allows, all candidates will have to attend a personal interview. candidates with a score of 19 to 24 will be invited to an interview and to do the TUT potential assessment and dexterity test. The APS score will contribute 30% to the final admission score, the potential assessment test will contribute 40%, the dexterity test will contribute 20% and the interview will contribute 10%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (four semesters of day classes and two semesters of experiential learning at an institution approved by the health Professions council of South Africa (hPcSA). Students are placed by TUT for experiential learning and internship. intake for the qualification: January only. Professional registration (as a student): registration with the hPcSA via the department is compulsory. other requirements: immunisation against hepatitis B is compulsory. A valid firstaid certificate. A first-aid programme will be arranged by the University in the first year. international students will be assessed by the department to determine enrolment for this qualification. registration as a medical orthotist and prosthetist with the hPcSA: On meeting the qualification requirements of either the national diploma: Medical Orthotics and

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Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes: two years of formal day-classes, followed by one year of experiential learning; or block-based classes offered over a period of three years, during which students attend classes in three formal one-week blocks per semester, followed by one year of experiential learning). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r21 439. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Training excursions, field trips and practicals: Training excursions, field trips and practicals are compulsory and involve additional expenses, over and above the class fees. Basic camping equipment is also required. Students will be provided with further details at registration. general: it is compulsory to wear the required uniform during certain practicals. Uniforms may also be worn to class and to practicals. Students will be provided with details about uniforms at registration. Membership of the Pretoria campus Wildlife Society is strongly recommended for all students. The nature of the training involves a degree of risk, although all reasonable precautions are taken by the University and the department to prevent accidents and injuries. it is recommended that students take out insurance. More information is available at registration. Financial support, loans and bursaries: The University administers the national Student financial Aid Scheme (nSfAS) for financial aid, and the department currently administers five bursaries (for senior students only), namely the robbie cooper Memorial Trust Bursary, the lycaon Bursary, the Shikar Safari club Bursary, the Pittsburgh Zoo and Aquarium Bursary, and the South African hunters' Association Bursary. information is available at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: nature conservation. Possible careers: conservation manager, conservation researcher, environmental educationist, eco-destination planner, guide, nature conservator, hunting operator.

naTional diPloMa: oFFiciaTing and coaching sciEncE (ndoc01) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): life Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3 4

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assessment procedures: no further assessment will be done. candidates who achieve the minimum APS score will be considered until the programme complement is full. candidates may be required to write an academic proficiency test in January as part of the admission process. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. golf specialisation (only for golf academy students): golf enthusiasts who wish to qualify as professional players, coaches, golf club managers or directors of golf may enrol simultaneously at the Professional golfers Association (PgA) for an accredited qualification. The following PgA subjects must be taken additionally: golf coaching, Business finance, equipment Technology, rules, Tournament Organisation, golf World, Swing Theory and golf Psychology. The golf Academy facilitates the PgA programme and students will be enrolled at the golf Academy. Selection criteria are based on an academic assessment, a personal interview and a playing ability test. golfing ability will be evaluated on a practical assessment that includes a portfolio of competency. Twenty hours' practicals per week will be scheduled. coaching practicals: Students have an opportunity to gain practical experience in different types of sport at schools and clubs The head coach of the school or club, as well as lecturers from TUT, will be responsible for Assessment. A portfolio of competency will be drawn up. Two hours of practicals per week will be scheduled. approximate first-year class fees: r38 291.

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additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: Officiating and coaching Science Possible careers: Technical sport assistant, gymnasium manager and instructor, sports technician, specific sports coaching,sport-technological practitioner, fitness specialist, official umpire, official linesman, coach. naTional diPloMa: radiograPhy: diagnosTic (ndrg96) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, life Sciences, Mathematics and Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language life Sciences Mathematics Physical Sciences additional subjects: Any two other subjects with a final score of 6 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 3 3

naTional diPloMa: soMaTology (ndsy97) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, Mathematics or Mathematical literacy and life Sciences or Physical Sciences. recommended subject(s): economics. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy life Sciences or Physical Sciences additional subjects: Any three other subjects with a final score of 9 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3 4 3

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assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 24+ will be considered for unconditional admission. candidates with a score of 19 (or 18 with Mathematics), but not more than 23, will be required to write an admission test and attend an interview with a departmental panel. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arcadia campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r30 701. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Uniforms: A specific uniform is compulsory and must be purchased by the student. Access to classes will be refused to students who do not wear their uniforms. Possible further studies: B Tech and M Tech: Somatology Possible careers: health and skin care professional as a somatologist, aromatherapist, reflexiologist, stress-relief and relaxation therapist at health spa or stress clinic, representative of cosmetic firm or own business.

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naTional diPloMa: sPorT and EXErcisE TEchnology (ndsX05) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. recommended subject(s): life Sciences and Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3 4

naTional diPloMa: VETErinary TEchnology (ndVE96) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, life Sciences, Mathematics and Physical Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language life Sciences Mathematics Physical Sciences additional subjects: Any two other subjects with a final score of 6 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 3 3

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assessment procedures: candidates with a score of 26 will be invited for an interview. The APS score will contribute 90% to the final admission score and the interview will contribute 10%. candidates with a score of 19-25 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment and an interview. The APS score will contribute 40% to the final admission score and the potential assessment and the interview will contribute 60%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arcadia campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r21 384. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: Veterinary Technology Possible careers: Veterinary technologist (activities include the collection and processing of samples, diagnostic work, research and vaccine production).

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naTional diPloMa: WaTEr carE (ndWc10) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english, Mathematics and Physical Sciences. recommended subject(s): geography and life Sciences. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics Physical Sciences additional subjects: Any three other subjects with a final score of 9 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 4 4

BaccalaUrEUs TEchnologiaE: nUrsing sciEncE (BTns01) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy and life Sciences or Physical Sciences. Alternative and international qualifications will be assessed according to the equivalent issued by the South African qualifications Authority (SAqA). Please note that the minimum requirements for registration at the South African nursing council as a learner nurse is an A-level or a Senior certificate. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy life Sciences or Physical Sciences additional subjects: Any three other subjects with a final score of 9 ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematics and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) ToTal aPs scorE (with Mathematical literacy and five other subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3 4 3

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assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 26+ will be invited for the departmental selection. candidates with an APS score of 19 to 25 will be invited to do the TUT potential assessment. Minimum duration: four years (five years for extended curriculum). Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r21 868. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: M Tech and d Tech: nursing Possible careers: This qualification is intended for candidates who wish to register as nurses (general, psychiatric, community) and midwives. independent nursing practitioners and midwives will be able to apply scientific nursing and midwifery skills and technologies in the rendering and management of a comprehensive nursing service, based on research findings.

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BaccalaUrEUs: PharMaciaE (B PharM) This QUaliFicaTion is oFFErEd in ParTnErshiP WiTh ThE UniVErsiTy oF liMPoPo (MEdUnsa caMPUs). The degree will be conferred by the University of limpopo. The rules of the University of limpopo therefore apply to this programme. fOr STUdenTS WhO hAVe OBTAined A nATiOnAl SeniOr cerTificATe Since 2008 (AS PUBliShed in The cAlendAr Of The UniVerSiTy Of liMPOPO): admission requirement(s): (i) Applications will be considered from candidates who are in possession of, or are about to receive · A Matriculation exemption certificate of the Matriculation Board, Or · A certificate of exemption from the Matriculation examination granted by the Matriculation Board, Or · A Senior certificate with University exemption. (ii) candidates will be required to have passed Mathematics and two of the following subjects in the higher grade at matric level: Biology, Botany, Physical Sciences and Physiology. (candidates with Mathematics in the Standard grade who have achieved an A or B rating may be considered). (iii) Applications will also be considered from candidates who have completed appropriate training within the requirements of the national qualifications framework. (iv) Because of the nature of the programme and the teaching/learning and assessment methods, admission to the B Pharm programme is at first-year level only. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs life sciences Mathematics Physical Sciences language of learning life Orientation Two additional subjects (Accounting and economics) TOTAl POinTS MiniMUM scorE 4 4 4 4 3 3X2 25

presented in english only. The B Pharm curriculum will be updated continuously to reflect statutory requirements. B Pharm students will receive dual identification, which will give them full access to all the facilities of both institutions. Academic support for students is available at both institutions. general information for registration with the SAPc: All students admitted to the second year of study must register with the South African Pharmacy council (SAPc) before 31 March of the relevant year. registration as a pharmacist's assistant may also take place from the second year of study. The SAPc requires the following documents and fee before registration can be effected: (i) Birth certificate (ii) Matriculation/Matriculation exemption certificate. (if this certificate does not indicate a pass in Mathematics, a further certificate to the effect that an examination in Mathematics of a standard at least equivalent to the Standard grade in the Matriculation examination has been passed, is required). (iii) certificate of having commenced professional study for the degree. (iv) registration fee as determined by the SAPc. After qualification, graduates are required to undertake a one-year period of internship during which they must satisfactorily complete a pre-registration examination for entry-level pharmacists. They are then required to complete one year in the public sector as a community service pharmacist, before proceeding to full registration as a pharmacist. Exit points: in terms of regulations relating to the Pharmacy Act, 1974 (Act no. 53 of 1974), as amended, students who leave the programme after completion of year 1 may register with the SAPc as Basic-level Pharmacists' Assistants. Students who leave the programme after satisfying the requirements for year 2 may register as Post-Basic-level Pharmacists' Assistants. note: These rules must comply with the proposed regulations of the South African Pharmacy council, as promulgated in terms of the Pharmacy Act, as amended. Minimum duration: (i) The minimum duration of the degree is four years of day classes. (ii) The maximum permitted duration of the four-year degree programme will be six years. Any year of the B Pharm may be repeated once only, i.e. failure of any year at the second attempt leads to exclusion from the programme. Accommodation and transport: Accommodation is available at the student residences of the Medunsa campus (University of limpopo) or at the TUT campuses. A student bus service operates between the University of limpopo (Medunsa campus) and TUT (Arcadia campus).

The B Pharm Selection committee will screen all candidates who comply with (i) above and provide a list for potential testing and interview. · After the potential testing and interview, a list of conditional acceptances will be developed, as well as a reserve list, for replacement of non-acceptances. Presentation and campus: Arcadia campus and the Medunsa campus (University of limpopo). The Baccalaureus Pharmaciae (B Pharm) is conferred on successful completion of the study period. it is a degree of the Medunsa campus (University of limpopo), offered in partnership with the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT). Students are registered at the University of limpopo (Medunsa campus) and enrolled at a TUT campus. The B Pharm is presented in semester format, with one semester of each year of study offered at each institution. This programme is

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information for applications: UniVerSiTy Of liMPOPO (Medunsa campus) The registrar PO Box 143 MedUnSA 0204 Tel. 012 521 4135 or TShWAne UniVerSiTy Of TechnOlOgy (Arcadia campus) department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Tel. 012 382 6303 TShWAne UniVerSiTy Of TechnOlOgy The registrar Private Bag X680 PreTOriA 0001 Tel. 012 382 5533

Please note: information on subject fees is available at the University of limpopo (Medunsa campus). approximate first-year class fees: r28 380. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: Baccalaureus Pharmaciae (B Pharm), M Tech and d Tech: Pharmaceutical Sciences Possible careers: Pharmacist.

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to the final admission score, the physique will contribute 35%, movement quality will contribute 25%, and communication skills will contribute 20%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arts campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r29 480. additional costs: r4 647.50 -r6 710. Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: dance Possible careers: A career as a professional dancer or dance teacher, performer, choreographer, self-employed. naTional diPloMa: draMa (nddr03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3

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naTional diPloMa: dancE (ndda96) admission requirement(s): A Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification and a talent for dancing. An age limit of 25 years on admission. selection criteria: Selection is based on an audition, potential assessment and a personal interview. admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 19+ will be invited to an audition and a structured interview with a panel. The APS score will contribute 30% to the final admission score and the practical audition will contribute 70%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arts campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r18 304. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: drama Possible careers: Professional performing artist, opportunities in cabaret, film, stage, radio, television, educational theatre, industrial theatre, stage administration, children's theatre and puppet theatre, teaching.

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naTional diPloMa: Fashion (ndFh03) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

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assessment procedure: candidates with an APS score of 18+ will be requested to prepare a portfolio of practical work and to attend a structured interview with a panel where they will be required to give a demonstration. The APS score will contribute 30% to the final admission score, the interview and demonstration will contribute 30% and the portfolio will contribute 40%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arts campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r22 858. additional costs: r1 000 Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: fashion Possible careers: fashion designer, pattern maker, pattern grader, costume designer, coordinator, buyer, illustrator, editor, presenter, cAd grader, quality controller, broker, entrepreneur, educator. naTional diPloMa: FilM and TElEVision ProdUcTion (ndFM08) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 18+ will be invited for a structured interview with a panel. The APS score will contribute 50% to the final admission score and the interview will contribute 50%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Pretoria campus (day classes). class attendance: Subjects are offered at the venue (Premos) determined by the head of the department. intake for the course: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r33 385. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: film and Television Production; M Tech and d Tech: Motion Picture Production. Possible careers: film/video producer, scriptwriter, director, sound editor, film marketing manager, critic, motion picture director, producer, editor, sound editor, lighting and camera man/woman, commercial director, self-employed. naTional diPloMa: FinE arT (ndFE96) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and five other subjects (including Mathematics or Mathematical literacy). sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs MiniMUM scorE

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specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language 3 additional subjects: Any five other subjects (including Mathematics or Mathematical literacy) with a final score of 14 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) 17 assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 17+ will be invited to submit a portfolio and complete a questionnaire. The APS score will contribute 20% to the final admission score, the questionnaire will contribute 30% and the portfolio will contribute 50%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arts campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r17 490. additional costs: r8 800 Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: fine Art Possible careers: Professional artist, curator, manufacturing designer, teacher, multimedia and computer artist, sculptor, painter, printmaker, glass artist, ceramics artist, photographer, sign painter, animator, cartoonist .

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naTional diPloMa: graPhic dEsign (ndgd04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3

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submit a portfolio and attend a structured interview with a panel, where they will be required to give a demonstration. The portfolio will contribute 60% to the final admission score and the demonstration will contribute 40%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arts campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r19 767. additional costs: r6 600. Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: interior design. Possible careers: display designer, model builder, technical draughtsman, interior draughtsman, architectural illustrator, furniture designer, shop designer, window display designer, interior photographer. naTional diPloMa: JEWEllEry dEsign and ManUFacTUrE (ndJd99) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 19+ will be required to submit a portfolio of work to the department (details will be provided when TUT has received the application). The successfully evaluated candidates will be invited for a structured interview with a panel, where they will be required to give a demonstration. The portfolio will contribute 60% to the final admission score, and the interview and demonstration will contribute 40%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arts campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r26 840. additional costs: r4 400 Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: graphic design. Possible careers: design artist in the public and private sectors, e.g. layout artist, visualiser, illustrator, package designer, publishing industry. naTional diPloMa: inTErior dEsign (ndTd04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

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assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 18+ will be invited to submit a portfolio, give a demonstration and attend a structured interview with a panel. The portfolio will contribute 35% to the final admission score, the demonstration will contribute 35% and the interview will contribute 30%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arts campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r18 073. additional costs: r6 000. Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: Jewellery design and Manufacture. Possible careers: Manufacturing jeweller and jewellery designer, artist jeweller, sales representative, sales staff.

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naTional diPloMa: MUlTiMEdia: VisUal arTs-BasEd (ndUM04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 4 3

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assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 19+ will be required to apply for admission to the national certificate: fine Art, the national certificate: graphic design or the national certificate: Photography, or an equivalent qualification. Prospective students are encouraged to enrol for the national certificate: graphic design. Students who successfully complete any of the above certificates may apply to the head of the Visual communication Section for admission the national diploma: Multimedia: Visual Arts-based. After a performance review and a successful structured interview with a panel, the candidate will be finally accepted into the programme. Minimum duration: Two years. Presentation and campus: Arts campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r20 438. additional costs: r4 400. Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: Multimedia. Possible careers: design artist in the public and private sectors, e.g. layout artist, visualiser, illustrator, package designer, publishing industry. naTional diPloMa: MUsic (ndMU05) admission requirement(s): national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 18+ will be invited for an audition and a structured interview with a panel. The APS score will contribute 10% to the final admission score, theoretical proficiency 20%, musicality 60%, and communication skills will contribute 10%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arts campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r25 355. additional costs: r2 200. Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech: Music. Possible careers: Performer, arranger for film, TV and radio, freelance musician, sound engineer, composer, musical director, record producer, music teacher, performing/multimedia artist, researcher, music programme compiler. naTional diPloMa: MUsical ThEaTrE (ndMT02) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

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assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 18+ will be invited for an audition and a structured interview with a panel.The APS score will contribute 20% to the final admission score, the physique 35%, movement quality 25%, and communication skills will contribute 20%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arts campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r26 345. additional costs: r4 647.50 ­ r6 710. Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech and M Tech: Musical Theatre Possible careers: Professional career in musical theatre (on stage and TV), performer/teacher in entertainment industry, advertising and promotion companies.

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naTional diPloMa: PErForMing arTs TEchnology (ndUK01) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

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assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 18+ will be invited for a structured interview with a panel and give a demonstration to lecturers. The APS score will contribute 20% to the final admission score, the interview will contribute 20% and the demonstration of skills will contribute 60%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arts campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r46 497. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: Performing Arts Technology. Possible careers: entertainment industry, theatre, film and TV, advertising and promotion companies, sound-recording studios, film-related industries, production houses and the display industry. fashion designer, pattern maker, pattern grader, costume designer, coordinator, buyer, illustrator, editor, presenter, cAd grader, quality controller, broker, entrepreneur, educator. naTional diPloMa: PhoTograPhy (ndPg96) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 18+ will be invited to prepare documentation, give a demonstration, and attend a structured interview with a panel. Particulars of the portfolio and interview will be provided when TUT has received the application. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arts campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r15 125. additional costs: r11 000 ­ r20 000 (Basic camera equipment), r600 (Material fee per month) and r2 500 ­ r3 000 for text books. Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech and M Tech: Photography Possible careers: Photographer employed by an organisation or doing freelance work: portraiture, advertising, fashion, press, editorial, industrial, architecture, fine art. naTional diPloMa: TEXTilE dEsign and TEchnology (ndTd97) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and five other subjects (including Mathematics or Mathematical literacy). sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs MiniMUM scorE

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specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language 3 additional subjects: Any five other subjects (including Mathematics or Mathematical literacy) with a final score of 14 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) 17 assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 17+ will be invited to submit a portfolio and complete a questionnaire.The APS score will contribute 20% to the final admission score, the questionnaire will contribute 30% and the portfolio will contribute 50%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arts campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r14 157. additional costs: r8 800. Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech, M Tech and d Tech: Textile design and Technology Possible careers: Textile designer/producer, theatre textile technician, costume designer and producer, fashion illustrator, developer and sales person, textile studio manager, adviser, stylist and exhibitor, entrepreneur.

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naTional diPloMa: Vocal arT: choral Training (ndVc04) admission requirement(s): national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects: Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

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assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 18+ will be invited for an audition and a structured interview with a panel. The APS score will contribute 50% to the final admission score, vocal potential 35%, performance quality 25% and communication skills will contribute 20%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arts campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r36 773. additional costs: r1 650 Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech Vocal Art: Pedagogy. Possible careers: choir leader, entrepreneur, classically trained opera singer, singer/ choral conductor, singer/voice pedagogue, professional solo singer, teacher, entrepreneur. naTional diPloMa: Vocal arT: PErForMancE (ndVF04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects (excluding life orientation): Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 18+ will be invited for an audition and a structured interview with a panel. The APS score will contribute 50% to the final admission score, vocal potential 35%, performance quality 25%, and communication skills will contribute 20%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arts campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r36 773. additional costs: Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech Vocal Art: choral Training Possible careers: choir leader, entrepreneur, classically trained opera singer, singer/ choral conductor, singer/voice pedagogue, professional solo singer, teacher, entrepreneur. naTional diPloMa: Vocal arT: PEdagogy (ndVP04) admission requirement(s): A national Senior certificate or an equivalent qualification, with english and Mathematics or Mathematical literacy. sUBJEcT rEQUirEMEnTs specifically required subjects: english ­ home language or first additional language Mathematics or Mathematical literacy additional subjects (excluding life orientation): Any four other subjects with a final score of 12 ToTal aPs scorE (six subjects, excluding life Orientation) MiniMUM scorE 3 3

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assessment procedures: candidates with an APS score of 18+ will be invited for an audition and a structured interview with a panel. The APS score will contribute 50% to the final admission score, vocal potential 35%, performance quality 25% and communication skills will contribute 20%. Minimum duration: Three years. Presentation and campus: Arts campus (day classes). intake for the qualification: January only. approximate first-year class fees: r36 773. additional costs: r1 650. Please enquire at the department. Possible further studies: B Tech Vocal Art: Performance Possible careers: choir leader, entrepreneur, classically trained opera singer, singer/ choral conductor, singer/voice pedagogue, professional solo singer, teacher, entrepreneur.

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Maps

geographic footprints and maps

its geographic footprint covers three of South Africa's nine provinces ­ gauteng, Mpumalanga and limpopo, with campuses located in Tshwane (Pretoria, Soshanguve and ga-rankuwa), Mbombela, eMalahleni (previously called Witbank) and Polokwane (previously called Pietersburg). large numbers of students are also drawn from other provinces, as well as neighboring countries such as Botswana, Zimbabwe, namibia and Swaziland. campus Arts eMalahleni ga-rankuwa Mbombela Polokwane Pretoria Soshanguve South Soshanguve north gPs coordinates to campuses (25º44'26.16"S 28º11'45.99"e) (25º52'44.40"S 29º14'09.89"e) (25º37'05.92"S 28º00'08.31"e) (25º30'01.11"S 30º57'17.03"e) (23°54'50.81"S 29°26'58.94"e) (25º43'53.55"S 28º09'40.38"e) (25º32'26.88"S 28º05'46.16"e) (25º31'13.08"S 28º06'46.44"e)

To view TUT campuses on google Earth

disTancEs To caMPUsEs from Pretoria campus to Soshanguve South campus: from Pretoria campus to ga-rankuwa campus: from Pretoria campus to Arcadia campus:

Step 1: download google earth Step 2: install the TUT campus data file

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