MUT’s academic workload model attracts University of Botswana’s attention

University of Botswana officials, from left, Dr W B Molefe, Dr M Hambira and Prof. Agreement L Jotia, with MUT's Dr Reshma Subbaye
University of Botswana officials, from left, Dr W B Molefe, Dr M Hambira and Prof. Agreement L Jotia, with MUT’s Dr Reshma Subbaye

MUT’s good academic workload model has made an impression upon one of South Africa’s immediate neighbours. On 14 May 2019 the University’s Directorate of Institutional Planning & Research (DIPR) hosted three delegates from the University of Botswana (UB).  The three delegates came to benchmark against the MUT academic workload model. The delegates discussed the design and architecture of MUT’s academic workload model, challenges, and benefits of implementing the model.