DUT Admission Requirements

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DUT Admission Requirements

DUT Admission Requirements

It’s crucial to get accepted to Durban University of Technology (DUT) if you want to succeed in your academic and professional endeavors. Understanding the DUT admission requirements is essential to a successful application process. We will give you a thorough overview of the DUT admission requirements in this post so that you may apply with confidence and improve your chances of getting into this prestigious school. DUT Admission Requirements
MINIMUM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS IN TERMS OF THE HIGHER EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS SUB-FRAMEWORK (HEQSF)
For Higher Certificate:
A National Senior Certificate (NSC) as certified by the Council for General and Further Education and Training (Umalusi), with a minimum achievement rating of 3 for English.
For Diploma:
a National Senior Certificate (NSC) as certified by the Council for General and Further Education and Training (Umalusi), with a minimum of achievement rating of 3 for English and a minimum achievement rating of 3 in four recognised NSC 20-credit subjects. DUT Admission Requirements
For Bachelor’s Degree:
a National Senior Certificate (NSC) as certified by the Council for General and Further Education and Training (Umalusi), with a minimum achievement rating of 3 for English and a minimum achievement rating of 4 in four NSC 20-credit subjects chosen from the NSC designated subject list.
MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION FOR APPLICANTS WITH NCV LEVEL FOUR
For Higher Certificate:
A National Certificate (Vocational) Level four with at least 50% in English.

For Diploma:

  • A National Certificate (Vocational) Level four with the following minimum requirements:
  • At least 50% in three fundamental subjects including, English; and
  • At least 60% in three compulsory vocational subjects.
For Bachelor’s Degree
  • A National Certificate (Vocational) Level four with the following minimum requirements:
  • At least 60% in three fundamental subjects, including English; and
  • At least 70% in four compulsory vocational subjects, chosen from the National Certificate (Vocational) Level four subjects

Each department specifies additional entrance requirements above and above the minimal admission standards, which applicants must meet.

Please take note that the following requirements must be met by anyone wishing to enroll as a student at the institution, whether conditionally or unconditionally:

  • Meet the entrance requirements for the institution as outlined in this prospectus and on the DUT and CAO websites.
  • Accept any steps the institution may take to examine and verify any admissions documentation
  • Any inaccurate or misleading information provided could result in a registered student being accused of misbehavior and having their registration with the institution terminated.
  • False and inaccurate information provided by applicants will exclude them from admission to the institution.
  • if necessary, go through any selection processes that might be specific to the educational program the student has chosen.
  • being accepted academically by the institution for registration.
  • Complete, sign, and have the Department of Student Admissions accept the official registration paperwork. 
  • Register with the Institution by the required deadline. If you don’t register by the deadline, your offer may be revoked and offered to an applicant on the waiting list instead. DUT Admission Requirements
Master of Health Sciences in Emergency Medical Care
The minimum admission requirements to register for the Master of Health Sciences in Emergency Medical Care degree are:
  • Candidates must also meet the requirements of Rule G10A of the General Handbook for Students and Rule G24 (1) in addition to having a Bachelor of Technology in Emergency Medical Care degree.
  • Candidates may also submit an application for admission using Rule G7 (8) and/or G10B’s Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) procedure.
  • Candidates are urged to consult the Postgraduate Student Handbook and the General Student Handbook for more information.
Selection
Please be aware that entrance is not assured due to the Master of Health Sciences in Emergency Medical Care degree’s limited acceptance due to Rule G5. If there are more candidates than the enrolment plan can accommodate, the following selection criteria will be used:
  • Students must have earned their bachelor’s degree within the Durban University of Technology’s specified time limit.
  • Prior to registering, an abstract of the intended research topic must be approved by the departmental research committee.

Doctor of Philosophy in Emergency Medical Care

  • The following criteria must be met in order to be eligible to register for the Doctor of Philosophy in Emergency Medical Care program:
  • Candidates must also meet the requirements of Rule G24 (1) of the General Handbook for Students and hold an appropriate Master’s degree in the field of emergency medical care and rescue, or they must have received conferral of status in accordance with Rule G10A.
  • Candidates are urged to consult the Postgraduate Student Handbook and the General Student Handbook for more information.

Review the particular admission requirements provided by DUT for your selected program of study, and then confidently start the application process.

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E-mail: info@dut.ac.za
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