Thousands of students will be reporting for registrations at the Durban University of Technology this January; some joining the DUT community for the first time in 2017, while others will be returning.
While the University received 84,855 applications for its 2017 first-year intake, it has approximately 7000 spaces in this regard.
Expanding and spreading the spirit of peacebuilding and conflict resolution, DUT’s Professor Geoffrey Harris conducted tools for conflict resolution and transformation course to 38 senior Ugandan police officers.
Professor Harris is a Professor at DUT’s Centre for Nonviolence Research and Post graduate Support.
The Durban University of Technology is gearing to host its 2017 Staff Awards during which staff members who are engaging in exciting, visionary projects which relate to and underpin its Strategic Plan 2015-2019: Towards Relevance, Responsiveness and Resilience will be honored.
The closing date for submissions has been extended to midday, 18 January 2017.