thinking beyond


To ensure our students are receiving the best support, the Student Mentorship Programme was introduced in 2013.

The aim of the programme is to provide CUT students with a supportive environment that will motivate and assist them to develop to their maximum personal and academic potential.


Stress management

Confidentiality training.

Ready to take on the task.


Mentoring has been found to increase students’ academic success, social skills, self-efficacy, and the ability to refine their professional dispositions. Our CUT mentorship programme provides a framework for positive interaction between students, mentors and lecturing staff. More importantly, trained mentors provide leadership and support to students during mentoring sessions. These sessions are designed to help connect learners, provide them with information on campus resources, give them a sense of belonging and open possibilities of connectedness to the world.


Senior students volunteer to be role models to 1st years

CUT Students trained as mentors

Peer mentorship training


Mentors kick-off the 2014 year.
Training for e-portfolios
Students having a session on goal setting


Graduate attribute projects


Yes to recycling!
Students took ownership clean campus
Recycle, Reuse, Reduce


Fun and sports days



FacultyTeam Member / E-mailPositionTel NrOffice
Engineering and Information TechnologyProf. James SwartProgramme Coordinator+27(0)51 507 3907Building 12, Room 0101
Health and Environmental SciencesMs Mphumela SelinaProgramme Coordinator+27(0)51 507 3381School of Health Technology, Room 7
HumanitiesMr Boitumelo MolokwaneProgramme Coordinator+27(0)51 507 4117Advancement and marketing building, Room 101
Management SciencesMs Lisa-Marie CoughlanProgramme Coordinator+27(0)51 507 3963Management Sciences Building, Room 18
Uploaded: 18 June 2019
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