- A DUT employee has just bagged a Master's in Management Sciences in Administration and Information
- The young professional managed to graduate cum laude, all while working a full-time job at the institution
- The inspiring young man will be honoured on the 28th of May at the universities virtual graduation ceremony
A young Durban University of Technology staff member has definitely lead by an incredible example after bagging his Master's degree in Management Sciences. The dedicated student obtained the amazing achievement all while working a full-time job at the institution's student counselling unit.
The young talent clearly has a passion for bettering students just like him.
According to a small article published by the Durban University of Technology, Mthokozisi Mnculwane's final thesis focused on students perceptions of admin staff, clearly motivated by heartfelt conversations the passionate man had with some students when he was still working for the student centre.
“I am a firm believer in personal and academic development as it makes me a better person. Further to that, I always wanted to set a good example and be a role model to the younger generation. Through dedication and working smart, I believe we can all achieve good quality work. " Mnculwane said.
Mthokozisi Mnculwane will be honoured along with all the other graduates at this year's virtual graduation ceremony, taking place on Friday, 28 May 2021. He's definitely proved himself an excellent example to his young students.
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a local graduate has dedicated a heartfelt post to her big brother, who is clearly her biggest inspiration. The young woman just bagged her BA Humanities degree and decided she could not exclude her sibling from the momentous occasion, making sure her big bro capped her at the University of Stellenbosch grad ceremony.
In the heartfelt post, Maseka Maleka goes on to share that he's a PhD graduate, which means sometimes healthy competition got in the way of her willingness to learn from the inspiring young man.
She, however, expressed the utmost gratitude for her only sibling, who she described as her biggest role model.
"We are our ancestors wildest dream. It was in this day when my only sibling Sechaba Maleka, PhD hooded me at the Stellenbosch University!! I understood that as siblings , collaboration is way better than competition!! To my first role model," she captioned the touching post.
Mzansi found the university-educated siblings absolutely incredible and took to the comments, sharing heartfelt congratulatory messages. Check out some of the comments below:
Keitumetse Maleka knew Mr Maleka personally:
"Mr M you are the best, better than the rest."
Nchabeleng Linda said:
"This is beautiful and inspiring."
Michael Towner said:
"I'm from the United States. Congratulations Stellenbosch University graduates your on the Path in becoming Global Leaders! The Sky is the Limit!"
Sompisi Phinda said:
"What a beautiful post to share."
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