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Celebrating the Class of 2022 with over 1700 graduates

Author: NetEd - 05 April 2023

We are proud to announce the graduation of our Class of 2022, which comprises of 1716 graduates.   

The graduands from our 12 campuses will attend graduation ceremonies at their respective campuses across South Africa between 25 April and 12 May.  

The graduands of 2022 studied at Eduvos during a time of uncertainty and disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 and 2021. Their graduation is therefore also a celebration of their resilience and adaptability. In addition to those who found employment, the Eduvos Employability Centre played a significant role in helping 639 graduates find job positions, ensuring their future post-graduation. This underscores Eduvos’s commitment to providing students with the tools and resources they need to succeed in the workforce. 

In addition to those who have found employment, many of the Class of 2022 graduates have decided to continue their studies. With 72% of the class of 2022* either already employed or furthering their education in 2023, it is evident that Eduvos has provided a solid foundation for its students to build upon.  

"We are proud of the achievements of the Class of 2022 and are confident that they will make a positive impact in their communities and places of work," said Siegie Brownlee, Eduvos CEO. "We wish all our graduands the very best in their future endeavours and look forward to hearing about their continued success."  

Eduvos would also like to thank the lecturers and support staff who helped the graduands reach this achievement. It is also important to highlight the role of parents, guardians and students’ support networks who have walked alongside them in their academic journey and afforded them an opportunity of a tertiary education.  

If you’re ready to take the next step in your learning journey, enrol to study at Eduvos, starting 15 May 2023. Class of 2023 matrics, secure your future and pre-enrol for 2024

*Some graduands were inaccessible. These numbers reflect the accessible graduands.