Student Stories

In this section you have the opportunity to read and listen to EIT students talking about the reality of the programs. Discussions are wide-ranging and include information about the study commitment required, the value of the qualification in their careers, the relevance of the subject matter, future pathways, and more. They provide valuable feedback for you to take into account before you decide to join one of our programs.

 

2019 Student Ambassador: Tatenda Nherera
Against all odds: Oyama Khanyisile Vundla
Algate Panyika Mtemah
Brian Masemola
Cameron Russell Bourne
David Beeson
Douglas Black
EIT’s Australian Graduate Gala
Festus Tawii
Fortunate Nyamidembo
Gorataone Rivaldo Rabodietso
Graduate of the Year - Australia: Brian Lord
Graduate of the Year - South Africa: Johannes Kapeuasha
Hassan Mwanjali
How to Get Noticed in the Engineering Job Market
Ian Shivraj Doolun
Lonwabo Busakwe
Marcel Maughan
Martin Mutale
McLeod Boipuso Sibanda
Meet Mildred, EIT's Student Ambassador for 2020
Mildred Nanono
Mthulisi Mlalazi Thenga
Murray Langley
On campus - another first!
Petro Chisale
Ronil Sharma
Sam Bates
Sebastian Govender
Simona Capparella
Student Story: Aaron Giovenco
Student Story: Anicet Herve Engoue Koungoue
Student Story: Armando D. Ngojo
Student Story: Fortune Chipeta
Student Story: Gaston Kausa
Student Story: Gerrit Botha
Student Story: Hamis Mahushi 
Student Story: Hendru Coetzer
Student Story: Ijaz Ali
Student Story: Ishmael Muumbe
Student Story: Islam Sarwat
Student Story: Jacques Esterhuizen
Student Story: Johnson Itumeleng
Student Story: Jules Bekoka Batomba
Student Story: Manga Olivier
Student Story: Mikkaela Hughes
Student Story: Nicola Beh
Student Story: Roslyn Rountree
Student Story: Ryan Smith
Student Story: Scott Troiano
Student Story: Sefiwa Monyamane
Student Story: Shepard Ngoni
Student Story: Skhumbuzo Khoza
Student Story: Wilbard Mwetulundila
Where is he now: Dominique Mutombo Hoyi

The Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) is dedicated to ensuring our students receive a world-class education and gain skills they can immediately implement in the workplace upon graduation. Our staff members uphold our ethos of honesty and integrity, and we stand by our word because it is our bond. Our students are also expected to carry this attitude throughout their time at our institute, and into their careers.