The much-anticipated MUT Institutional Quality Audit (IQA) conducted by the Council of Higher Education (CHE) has officially been wrapped up on a high note.
On Friday, 18 November 2022, the Executive Management Committee of MUT and the University’s selected stakeholders were invited to a high-level feedback session by the IQA team chaired by Professor Stephanie Burton. Professor Burton thanked all MUT staff members for all the efforts made in making the audit a success.
“We were impressed by the commitment and willingness of staff to engage with us and by the collegiality of the MUT executive. We will give deep and careful consideration to all the submissions made to consider a broad picture. We will make recommendations that are in the best interest of MUT,” she said.
In response, Professor Marcus Ramogale, Acting Vice-Chancellor & Principal of MUT thanked the panel for the wonderful feedback and showed appreciation for the external view.
“MUT will be an even better institution and we look forward to the full report. We will implement the recommendations accordingly as we believe in continuous improvement,” said Professor Ramogale.