MUT Student Self Service Portal Login and Registration : Current School News

MUT Student Self Service Portal Login and Registration

Filed in School News by on May 13, 2021



You’ve been searching for the MUT Student Portal, haven’t you? Well, look no further for we have here in this article the various portals and links you can access to the University of Technology, Mangosuthu, SA.¬†

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The Mangosuthu University of Technology MUT Portal is created for formal and prospective students of the University to create an account or log in to perform certain academic actions at ease. Some of these actions are:

  • Course Registration
  • Fees Payment
  • Also, Check Result
  • View Admission List/Status
  • Additionally, check for Acceptance Fees Payment Details
  • Furthermore, Application for Transcript
  • Also, View Academic Calendar
  • Plus, apply for Extra Credit Hours
  • Also, Deferment of Admission and so much more.

Mangosuthu University of Technology, South Africa

MUT has distinguished itself as a diverse institution offering internationally recognized and fully accredited qualifications across the Faculties of Engineering, Management Sciences, and Natural Sciences.

Opening its doors to only 15 students in 1979, MUT to date has more than 10 000 registered students and accommodates more than 60% of its student population in its on-and-off campus residences. Our two campuses are on the public transport access route that can be reached through buses, taxis, and trains.

A Brief History of Mangosuthu University of Technology

It begins in 1974 with Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, former Prime-Minister in KwaZulu Homeland in apartheid South Africa. At a meeting with the Chairman of the Anglo American Corporation and De Beers Consolidated Mines, Mr. Harry F Oppenheimer.

Prince Buthelezi first put forward the idea of establishing a tertiary education institution specializing in technical subjects.

The proposal was taken up by the Anglo American and De Beers Chairman’s Fund, and, although funds were not immediately available to construct such an institution, research was commissioned to investigate the potential in South Africa for the training and employment of black technicians.

In mid-1977 the go-ahead was given for the project to begin and it was decided by the KwaZulu cabinet that the institution would be named ‚ÄėMangosuthu‚Äô, the first name of KwaZulu’s Chief Minister, Prince Buthelezi, the man who conceived the idea of a technikon in KwaZulu.

Mangosuthu Buthelezi Biography

Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi is a South African politician and Zulu tribal leader who founded what became the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) in 1975, and was Chief Minister of the KwaZulu bantustan until 1994.

He was Minister of Home Affairs of South Africa from 1994 to 2004. He is often referred to as Shenge, which is part of the Buthelezi clan praises.

Throughout most of the apartheid era, Buthelezi was considered one of the foremost black leaders.

He played a key role in creating a framework for a negotiated solution to South Africa’s racial conflict, signing the landmark¬†Mahlabatini Declaration of Faith¬†in 1974 with¬†Harry Schwarz.

More Information about Mangosuthu Buthelezi Biography

During the CODESA negotiations of the early 1990s, he represented the Inkatha. Following the introduction of the universal suffrage in the 1994 general election, Buthelezi led the IFP to join the government of national unity, led by Nelson Mandela.

Buthelezi served as Minister of Home Affairs until 2004. He continued to serve as both leader of the IFP and an MP, retaining his seat in the 2014 general election.

On 20 January 2019, Buthelezi announced that he would not seek re-election to another term as party president of the IFP.

The party elected¬†Velenkosini Hlabisa¬†as his successor at the¬†party’s 2019 National General Conference.

Buthelezi played King Cetshwayo kaMpande (his own maternal great-grandfather) in the film Zulu (1964).

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Admission Requirements on MUT Student Portal

Each faculty stipulates admission requirements based on points aggregate calculated from the best five subjects presented by the prospective student.

How to Apply on MUT Student Portal

All first-year applications are submitted through the Central Applications Office (CAO). Use your unique CAO number as a reference when paying the application fee.

Application forms can be downloaded from the CAO website,  You may also apply online by going to,  click on the apply tab, then click on apply now, and follow the easy application process. The CAO number appears in the tear-off slip on the CAO application form.

You can track the progress of your application by going to and enter your CAO number, or sending an email to [email protected] or call 031 268 4444.

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Financial Aid Office 

  • Use this email address: [email protected] as a communication tool for better service delivery.
  • Send Bank statements and certified copies of ID to [email protected]
  • For all enquiries, all matters relating to NSFAS, Seta‚Äôs, Private bursaries and scholarships, Appeals, Unpaid allowances, Refunds, Payments, etc. send email to [email protected]

MUT Student Portal Links

You can visit and Access the MUT Student Portal using a computer or mobile via the following link:

MUT Student Portal Contact Address

511 Mangosuthu Highway, Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal, 4031 OR

511 Griffiths Mxenge Highway, Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal, 4031

MUT strives to offer students an unforgettable campus life by providing valuable academic programming, academic support services to enhance students’ progress, leadership and entrepreneurial development programs, an active sports culture, and a sense of community service. In 2014, the MUT campus was declared an alcohol-free zone.

Our students represent all the nine South African provinces and beyond the South African borders.

MUT identifies teaching and learning as its core business and therefore seeks to excel in academic learning and achievement.

CSN Team.



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