How To Check Central University of Technology (CUT) Application Status Online for 2017.
Are you a student who has been anxiously waiting to find out if you have been accepted into Central University of Technology, Free State for 2017 academic year? Are you a parent/guardian looking to check the admission status of your child at CUT?
You have come to the right place, we have documented all the steps to make it easy for you to find out your CUT application status online.
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Status Code Explained
Execute the recommended action, if any:
|A||Admitted Senior Student|
|B||SAQA evaluation outstanding|
|D||No decision senior student – awaiting faculty selection|
|E||Conditionally Accepted postgrad – pending prerequisite qualification|
|G||Admitted 1st year new students (You can expect your official admission letter via mail in due course)|
|H||Admitted based on Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)|
|I||Testing and Interviews, see http://www.cut.ac.za/selectiontests/|
|K||Rejected, no prerequisite subject|
|L||Selection test (no interview), see http://www.cut.ac.za/selectiontests/|
|N||No decision new student – awaiting faculty selection|
|O||No decision after closing date|
|P||Rejected, failed final selection|
|Q||Provisionally accepted pending final matric results/equivalence|
|R||Interview for marketing|
|S||Selection testing for Project Management, seehttp://www.cut.ac.za/selectiontests/|
|T||Provisionally accepted INTERNATIONAL student (1st years and Seniors)
NB: selection requirements met but need to comply for permit, passport and medical aid.
|X||Rejected, minimum requirements not met|
|2||Extended Curriculum Programme (ECP) – unsuccessful|
|5||Extended Curriculum Programme (ECP) – recommended|
|7||Selection test – Language practice, seehttp://www.cut.ac.za/selectiontests/|
|8||Admitted Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE): ADD module|
Should you have any further enquiries, please contact the relevant staff member:Enrolment Services
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