The Cape Peninsula University of Technology was founded in Cape Town on January 1, 2005, when the Cape Technikon and Peninsula Technikon merged.
Students can choose from more than 80 undergraduate and postgraduate courses across its six faculties, which comprise applied sciences, business, education and social sciences, engineering, health and wellness sciences, and informatics and design.
The institution has four campuses in and around Cape Town and a fifth campus in Wellington, and boasts more than 32 000 students.
CPUT’s Bellville Campus is home to a number of progressive facilities, including the multi-million rand Food Technology building, the only facility of its kind in Africa.
The university’s Granger Bay Campus houses the revolutionary Survival Centre, which offers courses in maritime safety and boasts an enclosed harbour area as well as extensive training facilities.
The Cape Peninsula University of Technology is also the only institution in South Africa offering training in radiography.
The university is also well-attended due to its offering of career-specific short courses.
The main campus is situated in Symphony Way, Cape Town, and you can visit Cape Peninsula University of Technology for more information.