News
Tuesday, 31 January 2012

First year freebies

EXCITED: First year PR students received more than just information during their orientation week.

WHEN a group of excited first year Public Relations students were asked what they were most looking forward to in their studies they all shouted “Freebies”.

CLASS BEGINS: First-year Clothing and Textile Technology students are looking forward to the 2012 academic year.

After a jam-packed week of exciting Orientation activities, thousands of first-year students are expected to report for class this week.

EXPERIENCED: International Officer, Bienfait Ngoy, is available to assist fellow international students with queries. 

International students who are still waiting for their study permits to be issued by the Department of Home Affairs will be allowed to register before the cut-off date.

Acting Registrar, Nikile Ntsababa, recently issued a memorandum to staff and students, advising that all international students that have applied for their study permits, not issued by the DHA during the registration period, should be allowed to register during the late registration period from 1 to 24 February 2012. Students, however, will have to provide a valid receipt from the DHA, indicating that they have applied for the study permit.

Director: International Affairs, Merle Hodges, whose directorate is responsible for assisting staff in applying to take part in the programme.

Junior staff at CPUT are being offered the study opportunity of a lifetime!

The SKILL (Stimulating Knowledge Innovation through Life-long Learning) programme, funded by the Dutch Embassy and coordinated by SAVUSA and VU University Amsterdam, offers junior university staff of historically disadvantaged groups the chance to obtain their Master's degree in the Netherlands.

Tuesday, 24 January 2012

At your service

HELPFUL: Friendly call centre staff are ready to help with any queries you may have.

IT’S just over a month old but CPUT’s call centre has already fielded thousands of phone calls and assisted many more people.

Monday, 23 January 2012

Orientation Week at CPUT

NEW EXPERIENCES: It’s Orientation Week at CPUT.

FIRST years are getting their second taste of life at CPUT as a full week of orientation kicks off.

Last week three Welcome Ceremonies took place across the Wellington, Cape Town and Bellville campuses where new students and their parents were officially greeted by CPUT management.

A WISE CHOICE: Acting Vice-Chancellor, Prof Anthony Staak addresses first years, encouraging them for making a 'wise choice' to study further at CPUT.

The third installment in a series of welcoming ceremonies for the first year students concluded successfully at the Bellville campus' multipurpose hall on Thursday, 19 January 2012.