UTech, Ja - Summary of Undergraduate Courses of Study

Submitting certified documents Copies of academic, birth (Jamaican Birth Certificate or Jamaican Certificate of Citizenship) and marriage (if applicable) certificates along with your Tax Registration Number (TRN) must be submitted along with the completed application form. Copies of passports may also be submitted. These copies must be certified and stamped only by a Minister of Religion, Justice of the Peace, Attorney-at-Law or Medical Practioner. ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS SHOULD ONLY BE SUBMITTED UPON REQUEST BY THE UNIVERSITY. Documents that have been tampered with will not be accepted and the applicant will forfeit chances of admission to the University. Where a paper based application is being submitted, the application and supporting documents must be returned to the Office of Admissions & Enrolment Management, 237 Old Hope Road, Kingston 6 or at our Western Campus, 17 Dome Street, Montego Bay, by December 1, 2021 for Early Bird application or March 31, 2022 for a Regular Application. Transcripts from other tertiary institutions must also be submitted by the closing date for receipt of applications. It is not necessary to obtain a transcript from a secondary school. Forms not properly completed, without proof of processing fee (for applications submitted manually), or without supporting documentation will not be processed. Once you have completed and submitted your application form along with supporting documents, the Office of Admissions & Enrolment Management will send you an acknowledgement letter advising you that we have received your application and it is being processed. Depending on the course of study, you may be invited to attend an interviewor sit a test. This will vary depending on the course of study. If you are currently taking examinations, you may receive a conditional offer until you have satisfied the entry requirements. Early Bird applicants will be given a decision no later than January 31, 2022 Regular applicants will be given a decision no later than June 30, 2022 Applicants to summer courses of study will be advised of their status by March 31, 2022. Each applicant who is offered a place at the University will be so advised by a letter from the Office of Admissions & Enrolment Management. These applicants are required to pay a non-refundable Enrolment Commitment Deposit (ECD). This fee will be applied to the University fees upon enrolment. An applicant’s acceptance can only be confirmed if the ECD has been paid. Late Submission of Applications Late applications will be considered if there is space in the course of study and the applicant is qualified. Applicants submitting late application should follow the normal procedure for submission of applications. Under-Subscribed Course of Study The delivery of any course of study is dependent on a specific number of students registering at the commencement of the academic year. The University reserves the right to decide which courses of study are offered. For those that have to be cancelled, fees will be refunded in full. Second Choice Course of Study Each applicant should submit one application form to the Institution. An applicant will only be considered for a second choice course of study if space is available. Age for Acceptance An applicant will be considered for a course of study if s/he meets the normal matriculation requirements and is at least 17 years of age by December of the year of admission. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THE APPLICATION PROCESS CONTACT: Office of Admissions and Enrolment Management University of Technology, Jamaica 237 Old Hope Road, Kingston 6. 876-927-1680-8 OTHER ADMISSIONS INFORMATION WHAT HAPPENS AFTER APPLICATION IS SUBMITTED? ACCEPTANCE 2