A warm welcome to the Vaal University of Technology your world to a better future
In the 44 years of its existence, first as a College of Advanced Technical Education (1966- 1979) then as Vaal Triangle Technikon (1979-2003), Vaal University of Technology has grown in stature as a higher education institution, drawing students from all over the country. It is one of the largest residential Universities of Technology, with about 17 000 students. This position enables it to make a substantial contribution to the development of human resources in the region and country.
Cooperative Education 2012 Magnet Student Survey
Tell us about your ideal career by participating in the 2012 Magnet Student Survey and stand a chance to win some fantastic prizes, including an Apple Macbook laptop, Apple iPod Shuffles and Visa Gift Cards to the value of R 1 000 and other great prizes!
To enter into the draw, simply complete the online Magnet Student Survey by clicking on this link or by copying and pasting it into your browser:
Last year, over 26 000 students completed the survey nationally, thus making the survey the largest of its kind in South Africa. Don't get left out! By participating in the survey, you have an opportunity to impact the working environment of some of the biggest and most influential organisations in South Africa!
Results from these surveys are delivered to South Africa's top employers, as
well as to your University.
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Google Mail @ VUT powed by Google
As from July 2010, Vaal University of Technology (VUT) students have an opportunity to collaborate with any person worldwide through Google Apps for Education. Google Apps offer services such as: email, instant messaging, contact management, calendar, space for shared documents, and online document creation. The initial roll-out will focus on registered students and later be extended to alumni student. Read More
VUT Intrduces MyVUT Student LMS Powerd by Sakai
MyVUT Sakai is an open-source collaboration and learning environment aimed at helping instructors, researchers, and students to create websites for collaboration. It features tools such as discussion forums, assessments, portfolios, assignments, blogs, announcements, web-based tools to distribute electronic resources and much more. Vaal University of Technology will continue using MyVUT as a strategic tool for academic knowledge sharing.