Student Services
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Sunday, 05 April 2009


The offices of Academic Affairs and Student Services are primarily responsible for student counseling. Academic advice is provided by the Dean/Program Chair and full-time faculty who answer questions concerning the student’s individual curriculum. The Student Services Office provides personal guidance and supervises all aspects of career development, including individual and group career counseling and placement.


Resource Centre

There is a Resource Centre in SUTECH. The centre serves the faculty members and the students for their information needs. All students are welcome to use the Centre for their courses, projects, assignments and research.



The opportunity to participate in University-approved internships is an option available to students in all majors, and all students are encouraged to take advantage of this programme. Students participating in internships will forego the traditional classroom experience and earn credit toward their graduation in the approval off-campus program involving practical education in the industry.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 24 December 2014 )