thinking beyond

The CUT Spring School is an annual programme offered to grade 12 learners who enrol for the Winter School.  The project aims to augment and consolidate what has been taught during the Winter School and throughout the year at the schools. Learners are required to select a maximum of three (3) subjects from Accounting, Business Studies, Economics, Engineering Graphics and Design without CAD, Engineering Graphics and Design with CAD Computer Applications Technology (CAT), Geography, Life Sciences, Mathematics and Physical Sciences. A total number of two hundred and sixty eight (268) participated in the Spring School in 2015. The project is proudly supported by Standard Bank South Africa.


A CAT class in progress during the Spring School.


Learners during a Life Sciences lesson during the Spring School.

Uploaded: 13 March 2020
CUT Alumnus awarded prestigious 2020 Rhodes Scholarship

CUT Alumnus awarded prestigious 2020 Rhodes Scholarship

Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology CUT News Alumni

24-year-old Tinashe Ngwenya has recently earned the 2020 Rhodes Scholarship to pursue a master's degree...


Protective Perspex easy assemble screen designed by CUT Lecturer meets WHO requirements

Protective Perspex easy assemble screen designed by CUT Lecturer meets WHO requirements

Faculty of Humanities CUT News Research and Innovation

“I just made one for myself,” Gerhard Beukes, Mechanical Technology Lecturer at the Department of Mathematics,...


Academics reflect on teaching and learning practices at the 5th annual SoTL Conference at CUT

Academics reflect on teaching and learning practices at the 5th annual SoTL Conference at CUT

CUT News CILT

COVID-19 has no doubt affected how universities operate, bringing forth new challenges and experiences...