TUT Online Application 2023 iEnabler

TUT Online Application 2023 iEnabler

TUT Online Application 2023 iEnabler

Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) Online Application 2023 ienabler is an application and registration portal for all students applying to study at TUT University for the 2023-2024 academic year.

TUT Comprehensive Web Application Process 2023


  • A non-refundable fee of R240 for the application, and certified copies of your identity document, Senior Certificate/National Senior Certificate and all other relevant documents must accompany the application.
  • The application fee can be deposited beforehand at ABSA BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER: 04 000 0003 In the Reference column, please fill in your identity number. NB: Do not use this account number for any further payments.
  • This page will guide you on how to proceed with your application
  • If you already have a student number, we will provide a URL to log into the institution Portal
  • If you are a new applicant please continue with your application
    Do you already have a student number?

Click HERE to log in

Welcome to the TUT examination site. We provide service to students regarding scheduled examinations. The two major examinations take place in June and November respectively. In addition, we provide information on the supplementary and deferred examinations. Examinations are held at different campuses and venues across the University.


The Directorate of Co-operative Education

​​​​We at the Directorate of Co-operative Education (DCE) are responsible for the collaboration between the university, industry, commerce and the public sector in order to enhance learning through our focus areas on work-integrated learning and graduate recruitment and employability. These areas all contribute to students’ intellectual, professional and personal development.
Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) is a structured form of experiential learning programme that focuses on the application of theory in an authentic (workplace-based learning) or non-workplace-based context. It addresses specific competencies identified for the attainment of qualification, is therefore linked to the acquisition of credits, and supports the development of a range of skills that will render the qualifying student employable.  ​Read more​​​​
​The Graduate Recruitment and Employability section focus on students who received or are about to receive an academic degree or diploma. We link our students with potential employers. Not only do we link these students but we also stimulate the know-how on applying for jobs. This gives students the opportunity to attain, and understand the skills and attributes that make graduates more likely to gain employment and be successful in their chosen occupation, which benefits themselves, the workforce, the community and the economy. Read more​​