July 2022 Second Semester applications

Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment

Applications open on Monday, 25 April 2022 until Friday, 13 May 2022

Who may apply: Applications will be considered for the following application categories within the Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment for the 2nd semester 2022:

  • All applicants who has obtained previous qualifications and wish to study towards the listed qualifications below
  • Regretfully no RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) applications will be considered.

Qualifications available for online application submission

Faculty Qualification Code Description Offering Types
Engineering and Built Environment PDENGM POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT 02 Part-time Bellville Campus
  BHENCV BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY HONOURS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 01 Full-time Bellville Campus   02 Part-time Bellville Campus
  PDCLTT POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN CLOTHING AND TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 01 Full-time Bellville Campus   02 Part-time Bellville Campus

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Qualification Code Description Admission Requirements
PDENGM POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT

Students holding an NQF level 7 qualification in any of the Engineering disciplines (or related field)

OR

an equivalent qualification at NQF level 7. Students holding one of the following qualifications may be admitted to the Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering Management programme:

  • Advanced Diploma (AD) in Industrial, Mechanical, Electrical, Mechatronics, Civil or Chemical Engineering.
  • Bachelor of Technology (BTech) in Industrial, Mechanical, Electrical, Mechatronics, Civil or Chemical Engineering.
  • Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BET) in Industrial, Mechanical, Electrical, Mechatronics, Civil or Chemical Engineering.
These qualifications must have a mathematics, science and design and synthesis backgrounds
  • AD or BTech or BET in Quality, Food Technology, Analytical Chemistry, Biomedical Technology or equivalent.
The underlying qualification must offer mathematics and physical science at NQF 5.
  • A programme equivalent to any of the above programmes – as approved by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).
To be accepted into the PGDip in EM students must have achieved a min of 60% overall average for their previous NQF level 7 qualification. Students must also have had at least 2-years relevant industry experience.
BHENCV BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY HONOURS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING

Minimum admission requirements (HEQF aligned qualifications)

A 420 credit Bachelor of Engineering Technology Degrees in Civil Engineering (or related field) or an equivalent qualification at NQF L7

OR

A 140 credit Advanced Diploma in Engineering Technology in Civil Engineering or equivalent qualification such as BTech in Civil Engineering.

Students should obtain an average of 60% in the exit level subjects of the 420 credit Bachelor of Engineering Technology Degree.

Advanced Diploma and BTech students should obtain an average of 60% of the entire qualification.

PDCLTT POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN CLOTHING AND TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY

Successful completion of the 120 credit Advanced Diploma Clothing and Textile Technology with an average of 60% OR 120 credit B-Tech Degree with an average of 60%.

For the students who don’t qualify the requirements i.e. 60% average score, they are expected gain at least one-year industry experience post completion of the Advanced Diploma qualification. Applicants must provide evidence of having attained sufficient competency against NQF Level 7 descriptors (Advanced Diploma or Bachelor’s) for admission to an NQF level 8 qualification.

 Supporting documentation required

Please take note of the additional supporting documentation that is required.  No application will be processed until the documentation has been uploaded.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

ALL DOCUMENTATION MUST BE CERTIFIED (Certification must not be older than 3 months old)

  1. Each document must be scanned, saved and uploaded individually against each uploading Certificate code as indicated in the tables below
  2. All documents should be scanned in any of the following file types: tiff, pdf, jpg or gif (Please do not submit in MS Word or MS Excel format)
  3. The maximum scanned file size is 2MB each.

Application Type Documentation Required to be uploaded Upload / Certificate Code Comments
SOUTH AFRICAN CITIZENSHIP (WITH SA ID)
SA Citizenship   Previous passed SA Matric/Grade 12 results   applying towards Postgraduate studies    
  • Academic Record; Certificate of Conduct and Qualifications obtained
  • Final Grade 12/School Leaving Results

AC

CE

Upload the documentation during your online application process using the Upload Certificate Codes
SA Citizenship   Previous passed Non-SA Grade 12/other School Leaving Results equivalence
  • Academic Record; Certificate of Conduct and Qualifications obtained
  • Final Grade 12/School Leaving Results
  • English Proficiency
  • English Translation of Grade 11 equivalence results
  • Passport/Asylum Seeker/Permanent Residency permits
  • SAQA Certificate
  • Previous Studies & Final Grade 11 equivalence translation

AC

CE

EP
ET

PP

SQ

ST

Upload the documentation during your online application process using the Upload Certificate Codes
 PERMANENT RESIDENCY APPLICANTS
Permanent Residency applicants
  • Academic Record
  • Final Grade 12 & School leaving results
  • English Proficiency
  • English Translation Grade 11 equivalence results
  • Final Grade 11 or equivalent results
  • ID document

AC
CE
EP
ET

G1
ID

Upload the documentation during your online application process using the Upload Certificate Codes
NON-SOUTH AFRICAN CITIZENSHIP
Non SA citizenship   Passed Results   Applying towards Undergraduate and Postgraduate Studies
  • Academic Certificate
  • Final Grade 12 & School Leaving Results
  • English Proficiency
  • English Translation Final Grade 11 equivalence results
  • Final Grade 11 equivalence results
  • ID document (where applicable)
  • Passport/Asylum Seeker Permit/Permanent Residency permit
  • SAQA evaluation Certificate ·        Previous Studies & Final Grade 12 equivalence Translation

AC

CE

EP

ET
ID

PP

SQ
ST  

Upload the documentation during your online application process using the Upload Certificate Codes

Mode of application

Tracking your application status

Please track your application status and/or download your acceptance letter online https://www.cput.ac.za/study/track

Second Semester (July) 2022 registrations:

1 June 2022 until 27 June 2022

Registration related information will be published by end May 2022

Late applications and Late Registrations (should space become available)

Late applications: 18 July to 20 July 2022
Late Registrations: 18 July to 29 July 2022

Classes commence on 25 July 2022