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The CPUT Residence Business & Risk Assessment Centre has launched an on-line accreditation system which will refine the process of sourcing suitable student accommodation.

CPUT is going off the grid.

Wednesday, 01 February 2017

CPUT is water wise

Grounds and garden’s personnel use mainly recycled water to keep CPUT’s campuses green despite the City of Cape Town’s water restrictions.

Innovation, research and teaching activities in the Department of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering will be further advanced with the consolidation of the department on the Bellville Campus this July.

CPUT students have unlimited access to state of the art computer facilities for all their academic needs in the Information Technology (IT) Centre.

Wednesday, 02 September 2015

CPUT plants indigenous tree on Arbor Day

CPUT’s Vice-chancellor, Dr Prins Nevhutalu, planted a Wild Olive tree at the Granger Bay Campus yesterday as the university celebrated Arbor Day.

CPUT is focused on becoming the nucleus of agricultural teaching and development in the Cape Winelands region.

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