WIL offers a holistic approach to education by equipping students not only with the necessary theoretical background, but also with the opportunity to apply the theoretical concepts in practice to enable them to develop the skills required for entry into the workforce upon graduation.


WIL is primarily responsible for the following:

  • Negotiating suitable placement positions for students with companies and institutions
  • Providing industry information and preparing students for the world of work through information sessions
  • Assisting with the development of methods and processes for monitoring and assessing student performance
  • Setting up and maintaining databases for potential students placement positions
  • Assisting with the drafting of Work-Integrated Learning guidelines and programmes (logbooks and study guides)
  • Liaising with the various faculties on an on-going basis to develop effective systems of WIL and to address identified needs through workshops and training sessions


Contact us

Mr Henri Jacobs

Tel: +27 (0)51 507 3352 | E-mail: hjacobs@cut.ac.za
Student Academic Support Centre, Room 135

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