NATIONAL DIPLOMA: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Qualification code: NDIT12
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOT THE NAME OF THE QUALIFICATION WHICH WILL BE AWARDED AT THE END OF A STUDENT’S STUDIES. THE QUALIFICATION WHICH WILL BE ISSUED WILL SHOW A FIELD OF SPECIALISATION AND IT WILL BE AWARDED AT COMPLETION OF 3,000 CREDITS. Campus where offered: Soshanguve South Campus eMalahleni Campus - only for applicants who will slot in with the first year of the National Diploma: Information Technology (Field of specialisation: Software Development) Polokwane Campus - only for applicants who will slot in with the first year of the National Diploma: Information Technology (Field of specialisation: Software Development)
Please note: Students will register for the first year (NDIT12), during which they are introduced to the basic principles of computers and information technology skills. Important information for the prospective student: The admission requirements as indicated below will be the only criteria considered for admisison to the National Diploma: Information Technology. Applicants who have already enrolled at another university, university of technology or SAQAaccredited equivalent, and who meet the minimum requirements, may officially apply and having been accepted, subject exemptions may be granted (this is not applicable to subjects from the foundation year). However, any qualification or subjects passed at other institutions do not imply or automatically guarantee admission to the programmes. Applicants who do not meet the minimum requirements, but completed other qualifications or are currently studying at other institutions, may formally apply for recognition of prior learning (RPL) and prepare a portfolio according to the RPL rules and regulations of TUT. The portfolio will be evaluated by the Faculty EXCO and approved by the RESSS Committee and Senate. This process may take up to six months. a. • Admission requirement(s) and selection criteria: FOR APPLICANTS WHO...