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Tuesday, 15 December 2015

Message from the Alumni Association

Fellow alumni,

2015 has been a significant year for our university, with many highlights and milestones achieved.

Exams have now ended for the 375 learners who participated in CPUT’s Centre for Co-operative Education 2nd Chance Matric Rewrite Project. A partnership aiming to help matriculants who opt for a second chance to write matric exams, the project is jointly funded by the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) and the Education Training and Development Practises SETA. (ETDPSETA)

CPUT recently received generous donations from the Hospital Welfare and Muslim Education Movement (HWMEM), whose long-term support of CPUT continues to grow year-on-year.

The Energy and Water Sector Education and Training Authority (EWSETA) have given a whopping R2 million towards bursaries, lighting up the lives of 45 deserving students from the Environmental Science and Environmental Management Departments.

Registrar and Convocation Secretary, Mr Nikile Ntsababa, is calling on current and former staff and alumni to make a strong showing at the Annual General Meeting of Convocation, to be held this Saturday 19th September.

CPUT graduates from across Zimbabwe are set to meet in Harare this week for the launch of the first-ever Alumni chapter in the country.

Five Mechatronics students are the lucky recipients of full scholarships valued at over R400 000 from the Renewable Energy Scholarship Fund (RESF).