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A three-year course in Radiation Therapy Technology (RTT), which was designed by a senior CPUT academic, was recently launched in Mauritius.

The Bachelor of Paralegal Studies, which is the first degree of its kind on the continent, was launched to an audience of some of the countries brightest legal minds last week.
The three-year degree is part of the Unit of Applied Law in the Faculty of Business and Management Sciences and can accommodate only 100 registered students in its inaugural class of 2018. 

Monday, 18 December 2017

Slow journey to graduation pays off

The road to graduation took a detour for two Cape Town-based media specialists. Gasant Abarder and Nashira Davids dropped out of Journalism studies years ago to pursue flourishing careers, but the pull to complete their degrees always remained. The pair completed their portfolio of evidence for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and completed their BTech year in 2017. Abarder is the Regional Executive Editor of the Independent Group and Davids is a journalist and News Editor at the Tiso Blackstar Group which publishes the Sunday Times. Around two decades after starting their studies the pair graduate this week.

Monday, 18 December 2017

Sewing for studies

Jeanette Niyidufasha arrived in South Africa from Rwanda in 2005. She first obtained a Diploma in Mathematical Technology from CPUT in 2015. After a year of being unemployed, the married mom of two decided to return to CPUT to complete a Postgraduate Certificate in Education, which now enables her to teach Maths and Physics.

The International Conference on Business and Management Dynamics, which is hosted by the Faculty of Business and Management Sciences, has been recognized by AOSIS Publishers for its outstanding contribution to Open Access Journal.

Dr Bongani Ncube, a researcher at the Centre for Water and Sanitation Research, has recently scooped a 2017 Water Research Commission (WRC) Knowledge Tree Award.

A CPUT staffer is going to Ireland next year after being awarded a full doctoral scholarship.