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Health and Wellness Sciences

POSSIBLE GRADUATES - December 2019

The next graduation ceremony for the Faculty will be in December 2019. If you think you should be graduating then please complete the form below, and submit to the staff member listed for your department as soon as possible.

Checklist for Graduates

Below is a list of POSSIBLE graduates for the December Graduation 2019. NOTE THAT THESE LISTS ARE NOT FINALISED, AND THE STUDENTS ON THIS LIST MAY HAVE SOME OUTSTANDING REQUIREMENTS TO COMPLETE. Do not make any travel plans until you have confirmed that you are graduating!

If you think that you should be graduating, BUT DO NOT APPEAR ON THE LIST, then please contact Siyabonga Mntanywa (mntanywas@cput.ac.za) at the Faculty Office AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

Diploma, ND & ECP

Bachelor & ECP

BTech

Biomedical Sciences

XXX

XXX

Dental Sciences

XXX

XXX

Emergency Medical Sciences

XXX

XXX

Medical Imaging and Therapeutic Sciences (previously Radiography)

Diagnostic Radiog.
Diagnostic Ultrasound
Nuclear Medicine
Radiation Therapy

Radiog. Diag.
Radiog. Nuclear

Nursing Science

Occ. Health
Oncology
Prim Health Care

Ophthalmic Sciences

XXX

Wellness Sciences

XXX

XXX

Graduates of the Faculty of Health and Wellness Sciences play a key-role in the South African health sector and boasts state-of-the-art facilities where students receive hands-on training.

If a qualification that you would like to study does not appear, then please contact the department (details below) for more information.

CPUT is in the process of introducing new qualifications and phasing-out old ones (such as the Diploma is replacing the National Diploma, and the Advanced Diploma replacing the BTech), as required by the South African Department of Higher Education and Training. The new qualifications are introduced to align with the new Higher Education qualification sub-Framework (HEQSF) as Gazetted by the South African Department of Education on 2 August 2013. This is a requirement placed on all Higher Education institutions in an attempt to keep the curriculum relevant.

The last year Universities are allowed to register new students for the old qualifications is 2019, however, students who are currently in the process of completing these non-HEQSF aligned qualifications will be allowed sufficient time to complete in line with the Faculty rules and regulations.

Some qualifications have already been approved, some are in the final stages of approval and some are in the draft stage, and these qualifications will be loaded onto the Applications System as soon as they are fully approved.

The benchmarking process that took place during the development of these new qualifications was to ensure that the curriculum offered at CPUT can be directly compared to that of other institutions; not only nationally, but also internationally.

Contact Details:

Biomedical Sciences

Mr N Mbili
(021)959-6034
Mrs W Solomon
(021)959-6492

Dental Sciences

Ms M Anthony
(021) 959-5571
Mr A Latief
(021) 959-5573

Emergency Medical Sciences

Mrs N Mfecane
(021)953-8408

Medical Imaging and Therapeutic Sciences

Ms S Fortuin
(021)959-6538
Mrs C Lackay
(021)959-6535

Nursing Sciences

Mrs J Bam
(021)959-6183

Ophthalmic Sciences

Mr S Ketile
(021)959-6538
Mrs A Hendricks
(021)460-3563

Wellness Sciences

Mrs Miller
(021) 460-3189