CUT graduates gain knowledge in various ways. The formal curricula which gives you excellent discipline specific understanding, and the qualities, skills and understandings which the university community agrees its students should develop during their time with the institution.
These are the softer skills you gain from your learning programme, extra-curricular, co-curricular, sporting and cultural activities. These values and attitudes ensure your ability to be an effective member of the workforce and community.
They are qualities that also prepare graduates as agents for social good in an unknown future.
Through institution wide consultation the following Graduate Attributes where developed.
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