A change that brings hope with registrations
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A change that brings hope with registrations

Walk-ins: late application processes for prospective students

Puleng Maphisa

The Vaal University of Technology opened first-year registration on Tuesday, 8 January 2019.

Registration has been going well so far with the new intake of students receiving a quality service. VUT allowed walk-in students and considered them as late applicants who will also be registered on a first- come, first-served basis.

One of the new students, Surprise Khosa from Giyani (Limpopo) said that he is excited to be part of the VUT family: “VUT has been my favourite university ever since I knew about it. During my childhood my brother (Nkuteko Victor Khosa) inspired me to study at VUT, he completed his NDip: Electrical Engineering at Secunda Campus. Today I am proud to say that I am a registered Mechanical Engineering student who’s dedicated to hard work,” he said.

Vice-Chancellor and Principal Professor Gordon Zide, in his welcoming message, said: “What VUT has to offer is what sets it apart from South Africa’s many other sister institutions and so, you have made the right choice by having chosen this university as your new home. VUT strives to be a leading university in innovative knowledge and believes in excellence, creativity and mutual respect.”

VUT welcomes all prospective students as this is “Your world to a better future”.

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