Good news on the eve of Good Friday

Andrew Kubone, right, and Siphiwe Khuzwayo, FAO Officer, making an announcement in the live MUT Radio studio

The news that MUT has extended the deadline for the applications for all Engineering graduates to clear their debt has been met with positive responses. To amplify the messages that have seen several social media impressions, Andrew Kubone, Manager: Financial Aid Office (FAO), encouraged students to spread the word to friends, brothers, and neighbours during the interview on the MUT Campus Radio Station on 27 March 2024. “Don’t lose out on the opportunity to receive a bursary to clear your debt. MKI (Moses Kotane Institute) and MerSeta, in collaboration with MUT, invite you to URGENTLY apply for this great opportunity. You will need to fill in the bursary application form that is on the website, and send it together with a copy of your ID, to  Don’t forget to include your student number”, said Kubone. He urged those that have previously applied not to apply again.  The deadline is 3 April 2024. The Department of Marketing and Communications has confirmed that the message is now available on all communication platforms.

Kubone also said, “I also urge graduates to engage with the notice on social media platforms accordingly”. What is even more exciting is that the CFO, Rodney Delomoney has announced that “those doing Advanced Diplomas in Engineering fields who have outstanding debts may also apply.

This financial help has ensured that at least 270 deserving students register for the 2024 academic year, and the University receives a very large amount of cash that goes towards the students’ historical debt. This will contribute a lot towards the financial stability of the University’s financial position.