TUT’s graduation numbers on a steady incline

16 April 2018

The Tshwane University of Technology’s graduation numbers have been on a steady incline, with a total of 10 904 successful graduates receiving their qualifications from today, 16 April 2018. In 2017 the total number stood at 10 148.

From the 10 904 qualifications that will be conferred, twenty are at the doctoral level and 146 graduates will receive master’s qualifications.

The 2018 Autumn Graduation Ceremonies will take place from 16 April until 29 May. 

The commencement of the annual Autumn Graduation Ceremonies, today also saw Gauteng MEC of Education, Phanyasa Lesufi attending the School of Education within the Faculty of Humanities’ graduations. 

From 16 to 18 April, 2 555 students from the Faculty of Humanities will receive their qualifications at the Soshanguve Campus. This number includes13 Doctorate and 13 Master’s degrees, 501 B Tech degrees, as well as 2 526 National Diplomas.

On 18 and 19 April, the Faculty of Economics and Finance and the Faculty of Communication Technology will confer 1 337 and 455 qualifications respectively. The Faculty of ICT will also confer 8 M Tech degrees.

Graduation ceremonies at the Pretoria Campus will commence from 4 to 14 May, with a total of 6 170 qualifications conferred on successful students. This number includes a total of 9 D Tech degrees, 71 M Tech degrees, 1 414 B Tech degrees 2 209 National Diplomas.

At the University’s distant campuses in Mbombela, eMalahleni and Polokwane graduation ceremonies will take place between 23 and 29 May. At the Mbombela Campus a total of 475 students will receive qualifications; at the eMalahleni Campus 246 students will graduate; while the Polokwane Campus will confer 395 qualifications.

For more information on the Tshwane University of Technology, please contact Willa de Ruyter, Corporate Affairs and Marketing.
Tel: +27 12 382 5352   Email: deruyterw@tut.ac.za