Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) courses that do not require maths

By Victoria N · May 29, 2023
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If you are interested in studying at Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), you might have some questions about the admission requirements and the courses offered. In this blog post, I will try to answer some of the most common questions that prospective students have about TUT. I will answer the popular question many prospective students ask which is; what are Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) courses that do not require maths.

Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) courses that do not require maths.

Can I study at TUT without maths?

The answer to this question depends on what course you want to study. Some courses at TUT require maths as a compulsory subject, while others do not. For example, if you want to study engineering, science, or information and communication technology, you will need maths as one of your subjects. However, if you want to study arts and design, humanities, or management sciences, you might not need maths at all.

 

To find out the specific requirements for each course, you can check the TUT Prospectus which lists all the courses and their admission criteria. You can also visit the TUT website to explore the different faculties and programmes.

List of TUT courses that do not require maths.

As mentioned above, some courses at TUT do not require maths. Here is a list of courses you can study at Tshwane University of Technology in 2025. 

Faculty of Arts and Design:

Diploma in Commercial Photography

Diploma in Fashion Design and Technology

Diploma in Fine and Applied Arts 

Diploma in Integrated Communication Design 

Diploma in Interior Design 

Diploma in Jewellery Design and Manufacture 

Diploma in Motion Picture Production

Diploma in Performing Arts 

Higher Certificate in Music  

Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment:

Bachelor of Architecture 

Bachelor of Architecture extended

Diploma in industrial Design 

Faculty of Humanities:

Diploma In Journalism

Diploma in Language Practice

Diploma in Law

Diploma in Legal Support

Keep in mind that even if a course does not require maths, it might require other subjects such as English, Tourism, Geography, Business Studies and Economics. Therefore, it is important to check the course details and requirements before applying. It is important to keep in mind that meeting the minimum admission points does not guarantee admission. The admission process is competitive and depends on the availability of space and the number of applicants. Therefore, it is advisable to apply as early as possible and to have a backup plan in case you do not get accepted.

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Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) courses that do not require maths detailed requirements

Faculty of Arts and Design:

Diploma in Commercial Photography

APS: 22

English HL/FAL: 3

Diploma in Fashion Design and Technology

APS: 20

English HL/FAL: 3

Diploma in Fine and Applied Arts

 APS: 20

English HL/FAL: 3

Diploma in Integrated Communication Design 

APS: 24

English HL/FAL: 4

Diploma in Interior Design 

APS: 22

English HL/FAL: 4

Diploma in Jewellery Design and Manufacture 

APS: 20

English HL/FAL: 3

Diploma in Motion Picture Production

APS: 22

English HL/FAL: 4

Diploma in Performing Arts 

APS: 20

English HL/FAL: 4

Higher Certificate in Music  

APS: 18

English HL/FAL: 3

Download the 2025 TUT prospectus for full requirements. 

Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment:

Bachelor of Architecture 

APS: 25

English HL/FAL: 4

Bachelor of Architecture extended

APS: 25

English HL/FAL: 4

Diploma in industrial Design 

APS: 21

English HL/FAL: 4

 Download the 2025 TUT prospectus for full requirements. 

Faculty of Humanities:

Diploma In Journalism

APS: 24

English HL/FAL: 4

Diploma in Language Practice

APS: 20

English HL/FAL: 4

Other Language: 4

Diploma in Law

APS: 20

English HL/FAL: 4

Diploma in Legal Support

APS: 20

English HL/FAL: 4

Other Language: 3

Download the 2025 TUT prospectus for full requirements. 

There are two common questions prospective students ask regarding the possibilities of studying at Tshwane University of Technology with regards to their final results. I will address these questions in this article. 

Can I study at TUT with 18 points?

The answer to this question also depends on what course you want to study. Some courses at TUT have higher admission points than others. For example, if you want to study under the engineering or science faculty,  you will need at least 28 points to be considered for admission. However, if you want to study arts and design or humanities, you might be able to get in with 18 points.

The admission points are calculated based on your Grade 11/12 results and the subjects that you chose. Each subject has a different weight depending on its level and relevance to the course. You can find out how to calculate your admission points by exploring at the TUT Prospectus or by using the online calculator on the TUT website www.tut.ac.za 

Can I study at TUT with 20 points?

Similar to the previous question, the answer to this question depends on what course you want to study. Some courses at TUT have lower admission points than others. For example, if you want to study management sciences or education, you might be able to get in with 20 points. However, if you want to study engineering or science, you will need more than 20 points.

I have compiled a list of courses that require 20 APS and less at Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) 

 

I hope this blog post has answered some of your questions about studying at TUT. If you have more questions or need more information, you can contact the TUT Admissions Office or visit their social media pages. You can also check out some of the testimonials and success stories of TUT alumni and students on their website and magazine.

TUT is one of the leading universities of technology in South Africa and Africa. It offers more than 400 career options across nine campuses. It  has a rich multicultural student life and a strong focus on innovation and research. If you are looking for a university that will prepare you for the future and make a positive societal impact, then TUT might be the right choice for you.

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