Mangosuthu University of Technology 2021 Registration Opens
Mangosuthu University of Technology's registration for the 2021 academic year is now open. Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) seeks to be distinguished and will stand out among all others because of superiority in performance in selected fields as a University of Technology.
Students of Mangosuthu University of Technology are now able to register for the 2021 academic year.
Successful applicants and re-registering students must register to study with MUT in 2021.
Registrations close on 6 March.
Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT) seeks to be distinguished and will stand out among all others because of superiority in performance in selected fields as a University of Technology.
A Zulu-speaking university, MUT provides students with career orientated skills through a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical experience in the workplace. This is achieved through close co-operation with commerce and industry to ensure that the curriculum of a particular qualification is relevant to the chosen field, and that it is market related. Theoretical studies and in-service training form part of the programmes.
Their mission is to offer technological, career-directed educational programmes focusing on innovative problem-solving research and engage with government/business/industry and communities as end-users. Mangosuthu University of Technology offers a variety of departments.
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