The Central University of Technology (CUT), located in the Free State ended its 2021 academic year during mid-December with the exception of some Special Assessments to take place in January of 2022. The university has recently released reopening dates for the 2022 academic year.
With two campuses in the Free State, one in Bloemfontein, the other in Welkom, the university is central to the fabric of tertiary education in the Free State.
On the 15th of December, the university closed for recess, ending the academic year, and allowing for students’ holiday seasons to commence. Campuses are said to reopen on Monday, the 3rd of January 2022.
Founded in 1981, the school accommodates over 21 000 students in total in 2021. It aims to present its students with a decolonized curriculum and uphold African values whilst pushing its students to succeed in the professional area.
CUT focuses its efforts on providing courses in fields of technology, placing an emphasis on qualifications related to the Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (Stem), but also offer courses in Humanities and Education.