Refementse Sebotsane celebrates his success after graduating from the Department of Mathematics, Science and Business Education.
The number of Masters’ and especially Doctoral graduates delivered by the Faculty Postgraduate Office, has been on a steady incline over the years. This year was no exception, with a total of 32 Masters and 15 Doctoral degrees conferred at the Spring Graduation ceremonies.
During the Autumn graduations earlier in 2022, the Faculty of Humanities conferred qualifications on a total of 18 Masters and 17 Doctoral candidates. The total numbers for 2022 are 50 Masters’ and 32 Doctoral degrees. It once again proves the Faculty’s commitment to support the institutional vision of being excellent in making knowledge work and producing graduates that are ready for the future of work.
In 2021 a total of 59 Masters’ and 13 Doctoral degrees were awarded during the Autumn graduations, with 36 Masters’ and 5 Doctoral qualifications awarded during the Spring graduations. The total numbers for 2021 are 95 Masters’ and 18 Doctoral degrees.
“We want to congratulate all the students and their dedicated supervisors who made sure that the Faculty shines yet again this year,” said Prof Thelma De Jager, Assistant Dean: Postgraduate Studies and Research.