Durban University of Technology

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Durban University of Technology
founding 1907/2002
Sponsorship state
place Durban
country South Africa
Vice Chancellor and Principal Thandwa Zizwe Mthembu
Students 31.203 (as of: 2018)
Employee 3533 (as of 2018)
Networks IAU

The Technical University of Durban ( English Durban University of Technology ), short DUT , is a technical university in Durban , KwaZulu-Natal , South Africa . It was founded in 2002 by merging with the institutions Technikon Natal and ML Sultan Technikon , previously known as the Durban Institute of Technology . In 2018, around 31,203 students were enrolled.

The Chancellor is Nonkululeko Nyembezi.


The university is run by a senior management team headed by the Vice Chancellor. Further members are deputy vice chancellors, deans and the registrar . The management is responsible to the university council .

There are six faculties , which are spread across different campus areas:

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ DUT, Division of Corporate Affairs: Heralding the Centenary. 100 years of wisdom . Durban 2008, online at (English, PDF).
  2. DUT: Vice-Chancellor and Principal . at (English).
  3. a b DUT: Annual Report 2018 . online at (English, PDF), PDF document p. 16, 19.
  4. ^ List of IAU Members. In: International Association of Universities, accessed August 17, 2019 .
  5. ^ DUT: Annual Report. (PDF) 2018. Durban University of Technology, p. 19 , accessed on August 27, 2020 (English).
  6. DUT: DUT Chancellor . at (English).
  7. ^ DUT: Executive Management Committee . at (English).
  8. ^ DUT: Internal Council Members . at (English).