DUT Fees 2024
DUT Fees 2024
Making the decision to attend Durban University of Technology (DUT) for your postsecondary education is an exciting and transforming step toward reaching your academic and professional objectives. Effective financial planning, however, requires a grasp of the price of education and the numerous costs related to attending DUT. We will provide you a thorough overview of DUT costs in this post, highlighting the various charge categories, payment alternatives, and other resources that are available to assist you in navigating the financial aspects of your educational journey.
The Departmental Handbooks for each academic program are available on the DUT website at www.dut.ac.za, or by contacting the Finance Department at firstname.lastname@example.org, +27 31 373 2653/5440 (Durban), or +27 33 845 8869 (Pietermaritzburg).
International Students who are from the SADC countries, (Botswana, Angola, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland, Zambia, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Democratic Republic of Congo, Seychelles, Madagascar and Rwanda) will be required to pay local fees and a foreign levy per annum.
International students from outside of Africa and students from the SADC pay fees in accordance with the following structure:
- Non SADC students pay Local Fees and a levy of 25% of Local Fees (125% Local Fees)
- Non-African students pay local fees and a levy of 100% (status quo remains)
Other international students (undergraduate level) will be expected to pay twice as much in fees, including all subject levies, transportation levies, administrative levies, residence fees, and any other taxes imposed by the Department in question.
International Students will be required to pay normal/local fees and the student admin services levy. The foreign levy is exempted for these students.
Scholarships and financial assistance
Through scholarships, bursaries, and student loans, DUT offers alternatives for financial support. Students who meet the requirements can apply for these programs to aid with their tuition costs. To ensure consideration, it is wise to do some research and submit your application for financial help well in advance.
Application Fees payable to the Central Applications Office.
In the event of a student not paying their relevant application fee, the University will have the right to debit the student fee account with the relevant amount.
It is crucial to comprehend DUT fees and the many components involved.
Durban Switchboard: 031 373 2000
Midlands Switchboard: 033 845 8800 / 031 373 6031
P O Box 1334, Durban 4000
Tel: 031 373 2553
Tel: 033 845 8890 / 031 373 3134/5 (Midlands)