Measuring the result of our work is also fundamental to our vision – we at CUT are not about quantity and generalities but about measurable performance, outcomes and impact subjected to systematic and robust monitoring and evaluations.


Socio-economic and entrepreneurship is at the heart of everything we do – CUT’s endeavours in knowledge-production and human capital development have to be relevant and aligned to the agenda of improving lives in our province, the central region of our country and in South Africa as a whole.  In a nutshell, our vision as an engaged university guides and grounds us into partnering with business, government and the broader society – the golden quadrilateral that binds public policy, innovation and commercialisation of scientific and technological ideas for creating greater prosperity.

Our geographical location and our local and regional comparative advantage as a result of our location also matter.  Our location should reflect and shape CUT’s agenda and priorities because we exist primarily to address the needs of our communities, our province, region and country.  Primarily, local and regional development should be the epicentre of our revolution.

Finally, quality and excellence are the glue that holds everything together.  CUT has to strive and thrive in providing the best services in education and training, research, innovation and entrepreneurship development.


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ZR Mahabane Building, Room K14


Updated: 26 July 2018

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