TUT positive about registration
Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) says that it is confident that there will be no glitches in its registration process.
Universities all over South Africa have opened registration processes on Monday morning, with the general atmosphere seeming relaxed, regardless of last year's protest action from the #FeesMustFall movement.
The movement resulted in exams and assessments being postponed, as well as academic years being disrupted, well into this year.
Some institutions will be opening two weeks later than usual.
TUT spokesperson Willa de Ruyter says, “There has been lots of engagement with the elected student leaders and the university has always been committed in meeting the student leaders and to talk about resolving issues before they turn into trouble.”
De Ruyter says the university will be accepting late applications online only.
“As far as the examinations are concerned, students will once again be escorted to the various exams venues.”
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