“There was a time when things looked bleak and we needed to put our heads together on how best we could save both the academic year and lives. Together, we came up with innovative ideas on how we could save the academic year and save lives.
MUT has recorded an improvement in its mid-year student pass rate compared to last year at a similar period despite having to adopt a hybrid teaching and learning strategy necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Department of Nature Conservation keeps raising the bar higher. This week, the department became the first department in the University to have a bilateral meeting with another university.
Professor Logan Naidoo of the Department of Human Resources and Management is now a Member of the Executive of the KwaZulu-Natal Sport Confederation (KZNSC).
The University’s first online voting was facilitated by the Office of the Registrar. This was the first for MUT and may become the new normal with Microsoft Teams meetings gaining popularity by the day.
At a Senate meeting held on 19 November 2020, Professor Marcus Ramogale, Acting Vice-Chancellor and Principal of MUT affectionately announced that the following staff members have completed their PhDs
MUT Health and Safety Officer:
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GENDER BASED VIOLENCE
Policy Framework to address Gender Based Violence in the Post-School Education and Training System
It is almost 40 years since Mangosuthu Technikon now Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) started offering National Diploma Engineering programmes that provide students with career oriented skills through a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical experience in the work place.
The Faculty of Management Sciences is a diverse, dynamic sector of the campus and home to the departments of Accounting, Communication, Economics, Human Resource Management, Law, Marketing, Office Technology and Public Management that provides students with career oriented skills through a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical experience in the work place.
The Faculty of Natural Sciences is one of the three faculties at MUT and is made up of eight departments in the various disciplines of the natural sciences that provides students with career oriented skills through a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical experience in the work place.
The University-wide consultative meetings led by Dr Enoch Duma Malaza, Vice-Chancellor & Principal, have been concluded. Dr Malaza met all levels of management, researchers, support staff, academics, and students. Thanks to everyone who attended and participated during the meetings, and on the digital and other platforms. Over 421 staff and 18 students attended the meetings. The next phase is VC engagement on the strategic review process with executive management.