Thato Rateele, the best performing student in the Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Sustainable Energy programme Year 1, scooped a massive M10, 000 financial assistance from the Transforming Energy Access – Learning Partnership (TEA-LP).
On the 26th February, 2021, the National University of Lesotho (NUL) through the Faculty of Science and Technology and The Energy Research Centre (ERC) hosted an award presentation ceremony at ISAS Auditorium whereby Rateele was presented with a cheque and a certificate.
At the ceremony, NUL Vice-Chancellor (a.i) Professor Kananelo Mosito and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (a.i.) jointly handed-over a cheque and a certificate to Thato Rateele who performed best in his first year of the programme.
Presenting the award, Prof. Beatrice Ekanjume-Ilongo emphasised that whenever a student is recognized for a good academic performance, it makes the Management and staff of NUL proud. She therefore encouraged all students to work hard and put more effort towards their studies.
When accepting the award, Thato Rateele heartily thanked the NUL Energy Research Centre for granting him an opportunity to be part of the grand M.Sc. in Sustainable Energy programme. He also thanked TEA-LP for making an award possible.
“I owe immeasurable regards to my lecturers for their unwavering support and effort to enlighten me in the field of sustainable energy. My classmates have given me continued support; let’s keep the spirit’’, Thato highlighted.
The M.Sc. in Sustainable Energy is offered on a 2-year full-time or 3-year part-time basis. It is intended to equip learners with excellent grounding in academic, technical, environmental and socio-economic skills for development and implementation in the multi-disciplinary energy sectors of the society such as planning for government utilities, administration of utilities, projects development, research in and production of sustainable energy technologies.
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Applications are still open until 31st March, 2021.