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Monday, 23 January 2017

Do you need a hobby?

Do you want to surf the waves, save the environment or summit a mountain, then CPUT’s Department of Student Affairs can help you. The department offers a wide range of sporting and cultural activities.

Sports

From athletics to judo and chess, students have access to more than 20 competitive sporting codes, with each boasting an excellent performance record. CPUT students annually participate in national and international events, with some having competed against the world’s top sports people at the Olympic and Commonwealth Games. This February CPUT’s rugby team will make their debut in the Varsity Shield.

For more information contact:

Cape Town Campus
Railien Neilson
Tel: +27 21 460 3844 / neilsonra@cput.ac.za

Wellington Campus
Bulelani Mlakalaka
Tel: +27 21 864 5247/ mlakalakab@cput.ac.za

Bellville Campus
Shela Lekalakala
Tel: +27 21 959 6377/ lekalakalak@cput.ac.za

Student Development

In addition to academic skills, CPUT is focused on developing well-rounded graduates. To reach this goal, the university offers a range of programmes, events, activities and clubs that are aimed a developing responsible and compassionate citizens who are equipped with important skills such as leadership and teamwork. Some of the activities include:

  • Environmental awareness activities
  • Community outreach programmes
  • Adventure-related experiential learning, e.g. hikes

For more information contact:

Anette Grobler
Email:groblera@cput.ac.za

Melani-Ann Hara
Tel: +27 21 959 6010/HaraM@cput.ac.za 

For an overview of the various activities, see: http://www.cput.ac.za/students/life/development

Written by Candes Keating

Tel: +27 21 959 6311
Email: keatingc@cput.ac.za

Provides coverage for the Engineering and Applied Sciences Faculties; the Bellville and Wellington Campuses, and research and innovation news.