TUT Emalahleni Campus
TUT Emalahleni Campus
TUT Emalahleni Campus is located in the city of Emalahleni, in the province of Mpumalanga, South Africa. Academically, the eMalahleni campus is currently the hub of Engineering training in Mpumalanga. In addition to the Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment, the campus offers vibrant programmes in Humanities, Management Sciences, Information and Communication Technology and Economics and Finance, developed with the assistance of government, commerce and industry. In 2018, the Faculty of Humanities will add Education to their programme mix.
TUT Emalahleni Campus offers a range of support services to assist students to complete their studies on time. The campus is also home to a number of social activities meant to assist our students grow holistically. The Mabaleng Residence adds to the opportunities for students to socialise and interact with each other.
Emalahleni Campus is made up of a modern residence facility that provides students with a comfortable and secure living environment, allowing them to focus on their studies and enjoy their campus experience ALSO, offers extracurricular activities, such as sports, cultural events, and social clubs, allowing students to engage in activities outside of the classroom and develop their skills and interests in other fields.
TUT Emalahleni Campus Programmes
- Engineering and the Built Environment
- Information and Communication Technology
- Management Sciences
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Student Development and Support (SDS) AT TUT Emalahleni Campus
- Comprehensive and proactive life skills programme (personal, social and academic outcomes) and extensive student mentorship programme in the area of academic tutoring, disability support, social support and career support.
- Specialist counselling and therapeutic support parallel to the above and to address individual problems at personal and academic levels (personal, career and study counselling).
- Specialist services for students with disabilities.
- Potential assessment for admission as a professional support mechanism to academic departments.
- Student profiling on first-time entry for early identification of academic risk factors and early interventions.
- Reading, language and writing proficiency development as critical academic skill interventions.
- Research, quality assurance and monitoring mechanisms.
- Management, coordination and monitoring of foundational provisions in all TUT faculties.
- Career counselling
- Study counselling and support
- Personal counselling and therapy
- Student learning centre
- Student mentorship
- Social support and psycho-education
- Students with disability
- Life skills
- Academic Assessment Unit;
- Potential assessment
- Student profiling
Departmental Administrator: Electrical Engineering
Departmental Administrator: Management Sciences
Faculty of Humanities