Connect with us

CUT News

CUT Hosts Global University Of Lifelong Learning Graduation Ceremony



CUT Hosts Global University Of Lifelong Learning Graduation Ceremony

CUT Hosts Global University Of Lifelong Learning Graduation Ceremony. In a celebration of academic achievement, Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT), in partnership with the University of the Free State (UFS) and the Global University of Lifelong Learning (GULL) programme, recently hosted a graduation ceremony for seventeen community members from Nogas Post Village in Thaba Nchu.

The graduates were awarded levels three to five on the Bachelor Professional ‘Pathway to Temong’ programme.

Read Also: Cut Status Check Online

Impactful Learning for Community Progress

The Bachelor Professional ‘Pathway to Temong’ programme aims to recognize the action learning of participants and acknowledge the community-led progress and outcomes. This unique partnership highlights the commitment to reward and uplift community members through education.

Inspiring Words from Academic Leaders

During the ceremony, Prof. Samson Mashele, Dean of Health and Environmental Sciences at CUT, commended the graduates for their dedication and commitment to excellence. He emphasized the importance of lifelong learning in today’s global landscape.

A Call for Continuous Improvement

GULL President, Dr. Richard Teare, encouraged the graduates to continue improving themselves professionally. He emphasized the value of self-directed change and the importance of confidence in achieving self-determination for their community.

Community Pride and Support

Kgosi Gaboilelwe Moroka, the chief of Barolong boo Seleka, expressed tremendous pride in the graduates’ dedication. She highlighted the positive impact of the programme not only on Nogas Post Village but also on the larger community of Thaba Nchu.


The graduation ceremony at CUT was a testament to the power of education in transforming communities. Through the Bachelor Professional ‘Pathway to Temong’ programme, these graduates have not only enhanced their own skills but have also contributed to the progress and development of their community.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *