STELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITY ON-CAMPUS OPEN DAY SERIES

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Sat Apr 23, 08:00 - Sat May 14, 17:00
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Stellenbosch University

You asked, and we listened! Stellenbosch University will be hosting an on-campus open day series for all our faculties. 

 

23 April: STEM @ Maties

 

Stellenbosch Campus


  • Faculty of AgriSciences
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Science

 

Tygerberg Campus

 

  • Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

 

7 May: Social Sciences @ Maties  

 

Stellenbosch Campus

 

  • Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Education
  • Faculty of Theology

 

14 May: Business & Law @ Maties

 

Stellenbosch Campus

 

  • Faculty of Economic and
  • Faculty of Management Science
  • Faculty of Law

 

Faculty programmes: www.maties.com

 

Interactive campus map: https://campusmap.sun.ac.za/

 

PLEASE NOTE: 

To ensure adherence to Covid-19 protocols, reservation of tickets will be essential.

No ticket, no entry.

Only one learner and one parent ticket will be available per family, per faculty session.

Arrangements are subject to the latest review of the COVID-19 regulations and is subject to change.

 

General Enquiries:

 

Stellenbosch University Client Service Centre

Telephone: +27 21 808 9111

Fax: +27 21 808 3822

E-mail: [email protected]

 

Ticketing Enquiries:

 

Quicket ticketing support

Telephone: +27 21 424 9308

E-mail: [email protected]

FACULTY OF AGRISCIENCES

 

Studying agriculture does not mean you need to own a piece of land, that you will wear khaki shorts or that you will end up doing manual labour.


We, at the faculty, train scientists and agri-business experts who find joy in working in the broader agricultural sector. If you have Mathematics and Physical Sciences, a love for the biological sciences or business, we invite you to join the faculty sessions. You will be astounded, amazed, and surprised by the exciting opportunities we offer.


You will be overwhelmed by the career options, and you will be inspired by the contribution we make towards food security, sustainability and finding solutions to worldwide problems. And for in case you don’t know: The Faculty is the leader for agricultural studies on the African Continent and is ranked in the Top 50 worldwide.


It is held in high esteem at national and international levels for its quality of training and the excellent research it produces, also as a consultant in the agricultural and forestry industry. Our graduates are sought-after and leaders in their respective fields.

 

Conservation Ecology & Entomology

  

Are you concerned about issues such as climate change, food, water, and social crisis? Then you should attend the Conservation Ecology presentation. We will show you how you (and science) can play a part in preventing and addressing these burning issues and make a very fulfilling career out of it. You can expect a short programme overview followed by pre-recorded guest presentations by several alumni (former students) that are working in various conservation and environmental fields. An overview of the focus areas within the department will be presented with enough time for questions and answers.

  

50-minute Presentation:

  

  •  Programme overview
  • Guest presentation (Alumni)
  • Q & A

 

 

Forestry & Wood Science

  

Trees are spectacular organisms and one of the Earth’s greatest and most important natural resources. Join the Forestry and Wood Science department to see how this organism opens a career field unbeknown to most. Exciting opportunities in engineering-related industries and on the forestry side are ready for you to explore. Students studying in this scares-skilled environment are highly sought-after and find opportunities worldwide.

  

50-minute offering: 

 

  • Presentation
  • Practical demonstration
  • Tour

 

Animal Sciences

  

Animal breeding & genetics, animal physiology, animal nutrition and animal product science are the pillars on which this programme is built. Continuous research is needed to expand the industry, and you can be part of it. Your love for animals, research, and finding innovative solutions will come in handy. During our session, we will not only give you programme information, but you will meet many of our students studying animal sciences. Come and hear what it is all about from the horse’s mouth.

  

45-minute Presentation:

  

  • Presentation
  • Student panel

  

Agricultural Economics

  

Scroll through your Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram feed. Switch on your TV or open a newspaper – what do you see? Never in our lifetime has the food and agricultural industry faced so many challenges brought about by external factors such as COVID-19, disruptions in the global input sector, backlogs at key trading ports, global conflicts leading to even more disruptions, and changes in our climate. Agricultural Economists predict major disruptions in our interdependent food supply chains because of these external factors. At the same time, it is also the role of the Agricultural Economists to help manage these disruptions through their careers in the food and agricultural industry and as policy advisors to the Presidency. If managing these disruptions excite you and you are curious about the economy's influence on the food and agricultural industry, join us as we unpack our degree programs and the diverse career opportunities.

 

 50-minute Presentations:

  

  • Programme overview
  • Guest presentation (Alumni)
  • Interactive student panel
  • Q & A


Agronomy & Plant breeding

 

If you are innovative and want to be part of the solution to ensure food security in South Africa, Africa and throughout the world, you need to join the departments of Agronomy and Genetics at the Welgevallen Experimental Farm. We will take you on a 45-minute tour through our labs, greenhouses, and research facilities. We would love to inspire you to be even more optimistic and proactive about global food security by becoming the agronomists and plant breeders of the future. And we want to excite you about the career possibilities these fields will unfold.

  

45-minute tour:

  

  • Labs
  • Research Facilities

 

 Grapevine & Wine Sciences

  

Career opportunities in Viticulture & Oenology are super exciting and incredibly diverse – and no, you don’t only have to become a winemaker! International opportunities are also plentiful. If you want to pursue a profession that can help you spread your wings; if you love science, have a creative mind, enjoy the outdoors, or like to ponder things, then join us at our panel discussion and cellar tour because this degree could be exactly what you are looking for. We are excited to welcome you to our department on Open Day 2022 and can’t wait to show you around – who knows, maybe you could even be the lucky winner of our Count the Corks Challenge!

  

50 minute Lab and Wine Cellar tour:

 

  • 20-minute presentation
  • 30-minute cellar tour (students only) – 4 groups of 10 students per complete 30-minute tour

 

 

Horticultural Sciences

  

Do you love plants and are considering doing a BSc degree? Then it would be best if you also explored horticulture – the science behind the production and management of fruit, vegetables and cut flowers from producer to consumer. You share subjects with the BSc students such as chemistry, physics, biochemistry, and genetics. Still, you apply everything you learn to an industry with commodity value and an industry that plays a huge role in our economy. Opportunities in this sector are diverse, interesting, exciting, and plentiful. Join us at the department to meet some of our former students, engage with current students, and see where your love of plants can take you.

 

45-minute programme offering:

  

  • Overview
  • Student perspective
  • Alumni Presentation
  • Q & A 

 

Food Science

  

We put a lot of thinking into food. This is where the magic of creativity meets Science to make sure your daily bread is nutritious, safe, and delicious! During your visit, you will be able to see our wide variety of labs and attend a short information session and a question-and-answer session. Let us show you where the magic starts. Welcome to the largest industry in the world.

  

45-minute programme offering:

 

  •  Overview
  •  Student perspective
  •  Alumni Presentation
  • Q & A

 

Plant Pathology

  

Please book your appointment with the Plant Doctors as we investigate important plant diseases and explore their management, from lab to industry. The session will connect you not only with microscopes and pathogens but also to our students studying this fascinating field.

  

40-minute interactive practical

  

Soil Science

  

You might think of soil as dirt; we believe it is life! Nutritious and healthy food starts with good soil; good wine starts with good soil; proper animal feed starts with good soil, and above all, the soil is probably, along with water, the most important natural resource we have. It is a key factor in food production, given the rapidly growing population, probable future water shortages, increasing pollution, soil degradation and ever-increasing food needs. So, we invite you to explore the study field by joining us at the department and hearing from former and current students what this study field is all about.

  

PS If you love chemistry and physics you should attend. A new and exciting field will unveil itself.

  

45-minute programme offering:

  

  • Overview
  • Student perspective
  • Alumni Presentation
  • Q & A

 

 Elsenburg Agricultural Training Institute


Elsenburg Agriculture Training Institute (EATI) is situated about 10 km outside of Stellenbosch. EATI offers a B.Agric degree programme, in collaboration with SU, which include study fields such as Plant Production, Animal Production, Plant- and Animal Production, Cellar Technology, Extension and Plant Production and Extension and Animal Production.


EATI also offers a three-year Diploma in Agriculture with the following study fields: Plant Production, Animal Production, Plant- and Animal Production, Cellar Technology and a one year Learnership Programme on either Plant Production or Animal Production. Various non-forma short courses are offered throughout the year which include both production short courses as well as soft skills courses. 

 

EATI has its main campus at Muldersvlei Road; Elsenburg and four decentralised centres, mainly focusing on facilitation of short courses in rural areas, at George, Oudtshoorn, Clanwilliam and Bredasdorp.

 

OPEN DAY AT ELSENBURG:


On 23 April 2022 EATI will host an Open Day at the main campus, where potential students will be able to visit the various stands of each faculty, i.e. Horticulture, Vegetables and Agronomy, Viticulture and Oenology, Animal Production, Basic Science and Business Science. The sub-programme: Agricultural Skills Development will showcase the Learnership Programme and the non-formal short courses that EATI offers. Potential students will have the opportunity to meet the staff of the Student Administration Office in order to discuss the application process.


The physical address is:


Elsenburg, Muldersvlei Road

GPS Co-ordinates: 33.845259 S 18.834722 E

 

Venue: Percheron Hall (Go through security – follow the feather banners)

 

INFORMATION SESSION AT SU:


Please note that on the same day, 23 April 2022, a representative from EATI will also be at the Open Day at Stellenbosch University at the Van Der Sterr Building, Room 1046 where a presentation on the training offerings will be done and an potential students will have an opportunity to ask questions and talk to existing students to get more information on not only the training offerings, but student life at Elsenburg.

 

Please note that the events at both EATI Campus and SU will be divided into 45 minute sessions and we invite you to join us on the Elsenburg Campus for our very own Open Day today, (https://goo.gl/maps/9dg19LezUFmC6unZ6OR attend the general session on the Stellenbosch campus. 


45-minute Presentation:

 

  • Presentation
  • Student panel

 

For any further enquiries, please send an e-mail to [email protected]


For more information on the Faculty of Agrisciences, click here: https://agric.sun.ac.za/

FACULTY OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

 

Guests are asked to arrive half hour before their session starts for COVID 19 screening and ticket scanning.

 

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences overview:  

 

3 x Group info sessions:


BA-World of Languages:

 

30-minute Presentation: Road map through BA-World of Languages: - you’ll have the opportunity to meet all the different departments in the BA-world, an overview with possible degree programs, as well as Q & A as possible.


BA-World of Social Sciences:

 

30-minute Presentation: Road map through BA-World of Social Sciences: - you’ll have the opportunity to meet all the different departments in the BA-world, an overview with possible degree programs, as well as Q & A as possible.


BA-World of Arts:

 

30-minute Presentation: Road map through BA-World of Arts: - you’ll have the opportunity to meet all the different departments in the BA-world, an overview with possible degree programs, as well as Q & A as possible. 


FASS Tours:

 

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences campus tour of the following buildings:


  • The Endler
  • Adam Small theatre
  • Library
  • Visual Arts
  • Krotoa 


For more information on the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, click here: http://www.sun.ac.za/english/faculty/arts

FACULTY OF ECONOMIC AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES


When it comes to education in the field of commerce, look no further than the Faculty of Economics & Management Sciences at Stellenbosch University. We offer world-class, internationally recognised degrees in a wide variety of disciplines.


The EMS Faculty open day is your time to explore, discover and find out what degree programmes we offer and what career opportunities it will give you. Unfortunately, due to COVID protocol, no formal tours to other SU spaces like residences, library, computer areas, sport grounds, etc., will be possible.


However, on the open day, you will be able to attend information sessions from the various departments, and our lecturers will be ready to answer any questions you may have. These sessions will take place in the EMS buildings and thus will give you a feel of the learning spaces.


Department of Logistics Overview

 

BCom (Economic Science)

Focal Area: Transport Economics 

BCom (Management Sciences)

Focal Area: Logistics Management 

BCom (Management Sciences)

Focal Area: Business Analytics 

BCom (Mathematical Science)

Focal Area: Operations Research 


Department of Statistic & Actuarial Science Overview


BCom (Actuarial Science)

BCom (Mathematical Sciences) 

Focal Areas: Data Science; Financial Risk Management; Operations Research 


BDatSci

Focal Areas: Analytics & Optimisation; Behavioural Economics; Statistical Learning 

Focal Areas within other Faculties: Applied Mathematics (Science); Computer Science (Science).

Statistical Physics (Science); Statistical Genetics (AgriSciences); Geoinformatics (Arts and Social Sciences)


School of Public Leadership Overview


BCom (Management Sciences)

Focal Area: Public Development Management 

Undergraduate Diploma in Public Accountability 

Undergraduate Diploma in Sustainable Development 


Department of Business Management Overview

 

BCom Management Sciences (General)

Focal Areas: Entrepreneurship & Innovation Management; Financial Management; Financial Planning; Information Systems Management; Investment Management; Marketing Management 

BCom International Business 



School of Accountancy Overview

 

BAccounting 

BCom Financial Accounting 

BCom Management Accounting 


Department of Industrial Psychology Overview

 

BCom Industrial Psychology 

BCom (Management Sciences)

Focal Area: Human Resource Management 


Department of Economics Overview

 

BCom Economic Science (General) 

Focal Areas: Econometrics; Economic & Management Consultation; Financial Sector; Transport Economics 

BCom (Management Sciences)

Focal Area: Agricultural Economics 


For more information on the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, click here: http://www.sun.ac.za/english/faculty/economy/

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

 

The Faculty of Education is looking forward to hosting prospective students on campus for Open Day.

 

Whether you want to become a primary or high school teacher, or are interested in educational psychology, this open day is for you.

 

Join us for an informative programme that includes an array of information sessions, exhibitions, and student and staff perspectives.

 

We will meet you in front of the GG Cillié building to take you to your first session of the day. Parking will be available behind the GG Cillié building. 

 

We look forward to showing you what we have to offer. 

 

Faculty of Education overview:


2 hour tours of the following departments:


  • Policy Studies
  • Languages
  • Science
  • Life Skills
  • Maths
  • Social Sciences: Geo + Hist
  • Foundation Phase 
  • Intermediate Phase
  • PGCE/ Postgraduate studies
  • Educational Psychology


Groups will be divided into groups if 35 pax.


For more information on the Faculty of Education click here:

http://www.sun.ac.za/english/faculty/education

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

 

The Faculty of Engineering is one of Stellenbosch University's flagship faculties and one of South Africa's major producers of top-quality engineers. 

 

During the Engineering Open Day, visitors will be able to attend a short general information session (presented by our dean and vice-deans), and after that, one of our Tour Guides (undergraduate students) will accompany visitors, in a group setting, on a tour to one of the engineering departments. 

 

Visitors can join a maximum of two departmental tours. 

  

During a departmental tour, visitors can look forward to viewing three exciting departmental demonstrations, as presented by the staff and postgraduate students at that department. 

 

The staff and students at the five engineering departments (Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Electronic, Industrial, Mechanical and Mechatronic) are currently working around the clock to ensure that visitors are suitably impressed, so do join us at the Engineering Open Day – we're looking forward to welcoming you! 

 

Faculty of Engineering overview: 

 

2 Hour time slots starting at 08:00, 10:30 and 13:00 respectively.

 

Important information for visitors:

 

  • Visitors are requested to arrive 15 minutes early for the session (07:45, 10:15 and 12:45 respectively).
  • Visitors collect an Information Pack at white marquee tent.
  • Visitors allow for their tickets to be scanned.
  • Visitors attend a General Information Session.
  • Visitors meet their Tour Guide and are accompanied (in groups of 30 x visitors) on a tour to one of the departments.
  • Visitors attend three departmental demonstrations, and one departmental Q&A session (or video presentation), at one of the departments.
  • Q&A at the white marquee tent, or alternatively walk to one of the other STEM Faculties.

 

Departmental demonstrations:

 

Chemical Engineering: http://process.sun.ac.za

 

  • Dye production using algae
  • Urban mining
  • Vacuum distillation
  • Q&A Session

 

Civil Engineering: http://civeng.sun.ac.za

 

  • Accelerated Pavement Testing using the MMLS3 Load Simulator
  • Berg River Hydraulic Model Study
  • Can we print a building?
  • Q&A Session

 

Electrical and Electronic Engineering:  http://www.ee.sun.ac.za


  • Machine Learning, IoT, Renewable Energy
  • Natural language processing, Probabilistic Graphical models, Kinetic motion and tracking
  • Satellite & Control Systems, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
  • Q&A Session

 

Industrial Engineering: http://www.ie.sun.ac.za


  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Stellenbosch Learning Factory
  • Travelling Salesperson Problem & Discrete-event Simulation
  • Q&A Session

 

Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering: http://mecheng.sun.ac.za

 

  • Aerodynamic Behaviour Testing
  • Mechanical
  • Mechatronic
  • Q&A Session

  

For more information on the Faculty of Engineering, click here: https://www.eng.sun.ac.za

FACULTY OF LAW


The Faculty of Law at Stellenbosch University prides itself in not just training legal practitioners but providing you with an excellent legal education.


The Faculty offers five pathways to obtaining an LLB degree, namely:



  • The LLB (4 year) degree
  • The unique 5-year BAccLLB degree
  • The 3-year BA (Law), which can be followed by a 2-year LLB degree
  • The 3-year BCom (Law), which can be followed by a 2-year LLB degree
  • The LLB (3 year) degree, following another bachelor’s degree


Unfortunately, due to COVID protocol, no formal tours to other SU spaces like residences, library, computer areas, sport grounds, etc., will be possible. However, at the Open Day, you will be able to attend an information session in person and experience the campus. You will be able to meet the Dean of the Faculty of Law and selected staff and senior students. 


Faculty of Law - information session overview:


1 hour time slots starting at 09:00, 10:30, 12:00, 13:30 and 15:00 respectively. In each session we will cover the following:


  • Why study Law at Stellenbosch University?
  • Admission requirements.
  • Application and selection process.
  • What can I do with a law degree from Stellenbosch University?


Important information for visitors:


  • Visitors are requested to arrive 10 minutes early for the session to ensure that everyone can be seated, and that the session can start punctually.


For more information on the Faculty of Law click here: https://blogs.sun.ac.za/law/

FACULTY OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES

TYGERBERG CAMPUS

 

Graduates of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (FMHS) at Stellenbosch University (SU) are internationally renowned for their ethical and caring attitude, as well as the high quality of healthcare they deliver to their clients, patients and communities.

 

Students at the Tygerberg Campus, where the FMHS is situated, enjoy a comprehensive student-centred support system consisting of student-driven academic support initiatives such as the Tutor-Mentor Programme, subject-specific tutors and the ResEd (Residence Education) initiative.

 

An experienced team of academics and support staff are involved in the academic progress of students with a particular focus on their general well-being. In addition to expert tuition in well-equipped facilities, students obtain relevant practical experience as they work with patients and communities in the very early stages of their studies.

 

In 2002, the FHMS founded the Ukwanda Rural Clinical School, the first rural clinical school in South Africa, with its headquarters in Worcester and branches in Ceres, Robertson, Caledon, Hermanus, Upington and Swellendam, which exposes FMHS students to first-hand experience in determining and treating the health needs of rural communities.

 

Access to undergraduate programmes in both medicine and health sciences depends on a structured selection process. Student numbers in health sciences programmes are limited by Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) and the South African Nursing Council (SANC) regulations, the available infrastructure and budget of health services and the University, as well as the high demands set by the programmes, which usually can only be completed successfully by those students who have performed at above-average levels at school.


Open Day Programme


The FHMS is extremely excited to host prospective students at the Open Day on the Tygerberg Campus. Our Open Day programme will include information sessions on the respective undergraduate programmes in Dietetics, Medicine, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, and Speech-Language and Hearing Therapy, student support services, bursaries and loans, and campus residences. You are welcome to book for one of the three respective sessions at:

 

·       Session 1 | 08:00 to 10:00

·       Session 2 |10:30 to 12:30

·       Session 3 | 13:00 to 15:00


Session 1 A:


LECTURE VENUE 11, EDUCATION BUILDING | LESINGSLOKAAL 11, ONDERWYSGEBOU


8:00 – Dean of Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Welcoming.

8:10 - All you need to know: Application and selection in FMHS / Alles wat jy moet weet: Aansoeke en keuring by FGGW.

8:30 – Medicine: How we train the best / Medies: Hoe lei ons die bestes op .

9:00 – Division of Human Nutrition: Dietetics… More than just an eating plan/ Afdeling Menslike Voeding: Dieetkunde… Meer as net ‘n eetplan.

9:30 – Division of Occupational Therapy: Skills for the job of living/ Afdeling Arbeidsterapie: Vaardighede vir lewenstake.


Session 1 B:


LECTURE VENUE 12, EDUCATION BUILDING |LESINGSLOKAAL 12, ONDERWYSGEBOU

 

8:00 – Dean of Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Welcoming (Streamed).

8:10 - All you need to know: Application and selection in FMHS / Alles wat jy moet weet: Aansoeke en keuring by FGGW (Streamed).

8:30 – Division of Speech-Language and Hearing Therapy: Don’t get lost in translation/ Afdeling Spraak-Taal- en Gehoorterapie: Moenie in vertaling verlore raak nie.

9:00 – Department of Nursing and Midwifery: Care Incorporated / Departement Verpleegkunde en Verloskunde: Sorg Ingelyf.

9:30 –Division of Physiotherapy: Keep calm and stretch? / Afdeling Fisioterapie: Bly kalm en strek?


Session 2 A:


LECTURE VENUE 11, EDUCATION BUILDING | LESINGSLOKAAL 11, ONDERWYSGEBOU


10:30 – All you need to know: Application and selection in FMHS / Alles wat jy moet weet: Aansoeke en keuring by FGGW.

11:00 – Medicine: How we train the best / Medies: Hoe lei ons die bestes op.

11:30 – Division of Human Nutrition: Dietetics… More than just an eating plan/ Afdeling Menslike Voeding: Dieetkunde… Meer as net ‘n eetplan.

12:00 – Division of Occupational Therapy: Skills for the job of living/ Afdeling Arbeidsterapie: Vaardighede vir lewenstake.


Session 2 B:


LECTURE VENUE 12, EDUCATION BUILDING | LESINGSLOKAAL 12, ONDERWYSGEBOU


10:30 – All you need to know: Application and selection in FMHS / Alles wat jy moet weet: Aansoeke en keuring by FGGW. (Streamed).

 11:00 – Division of Speech-Language and Hearing Therapy: Don’t get lost in translation/ Afdeling Spraak-Taal- en Gehoorterapie: Moenie in vertaling verlore raak nie.

11:30 – Department of Nursing and Midwifery: Care Incorporated / Departement Verpleegkunde en Verloskunde: Sorg Ingelyf.

12:00 – Division of Physiotherapy: Keep calm and stretch? / Afdeling Fisioterapie: Bly kalm en strek?


Session 3 A :


LECTURE VENUE 11, EDUCATION BUILDING |LESINGSLOKAAL 11, ONDERWYSGEBOU


13:00 - All you need to know: Application and selection in FMHS / Alles wat jy moet weet: Aansoeke en keuring by FGGW.

13:30 – Medicine: How we train the best / Medies: Hoe lei ons die bestes op.

14:00 – Division of Human Nutrition: Dietetics… More than just an eating plan/ Afdeling Menslike Voeding: Dieetkunde… Meer as net ‘n eetplan.

14:30 – Division of Occupational Therapy: Skills for the job of living/ Afdeling Arbeidsterapie: Vaardighede vir lewenstake.


Session 3 B:


LECTURE VENUE 12, EDUCATION BUILDING | LESINGSLOKAAL 12, ONDERWYSGEBOU

 

13:00 - All you need to know: Application and selection in FMHS / Alles wat jy moet weet: Aansoeke en keuring by FGGW. (Streamed).

13:30 – Division of Speech-Language and Hearing Therapy: Don’t get lost in translation/ Afdeling Spraak-Taal- en Gehoorterapie: Moenie in vertaling verlore raak nie.

14:00 - Department of Nursing and Midwifery: Care Incorporated / Departement Verpleegkunde en Verloskunde: Sorg Ingelyf.

14:30 – Division of Physiotherapy: Keep calm and stretch? / Afdeling Fisioterapie: Bly kalm en strek?


Bus Transport between Stellenbosch and Tygerberg Campuses


Bus transport will be available between the Stellenbosch and Tygerberg Campuses. Buses will depart from the c/o Victoria and Neethling Streets (next to the Conservatorium) on the Stellenbosch Campus and from the Student Centre on the Tygerberg Campus. Please book for one of the scheduled trips below:


Depart Stellenbosch:

Meeting point: c/o Victoria and Neethling Streets (next to the Conservatorium) on the Stellenbosch Campus.


  • 07:00
  • 09:30
  • 12:00

 

Depart Tygerberg Campus:

Meeting point: Student Centre on the Tygerberg Campus.


  • 10:00
  • 12:30
  • 15:00


Tygerberg Campus Map

Please CLICK HERE to access the Tygerberg Campus map.

 

For more information on the Faculty of medicine and Health Sciences, click here: http://www.sun.ac.za/english/faculty/healthsciences

FACULTY OF SCIENCE


The Faculty of Science’s programmes are designed to develop young scientists with critical thinking and problem-solving skills based on a solid knowledge foundation in the natural sciences.


At this year’s Open Day, you can listen to and interact with lecturers, students, and professional scientists from a wide range of disciplines in the mathematical, biological, and physical sciences.  


The fundamental sciences are at the basis of major technological advances that simulate innovation; are making important contributions to help the world meet crucial challenges such as universal access to food, energy, and health coverage; and are key to a more balanced and sustainable life on earth.  


We look forward to welcoming you to our lovely campus! 


Faculty of Science overview:

 

2 Hour time time slots starting at 08h00, 10h30 and 13h00.

 

Mathematical sciences:  

 

Focus on  Applied Mathematics, Mathematics, Statistics & Biomathematics and the role it plays in the world of work.

 

Computer sciences:  

 

Focus on Computer science, Data science, Geoinformatics & Bioinformatics.

 

Chemistry and Earth sciences: 

 

Focus on the importance of chemistry and the role it plays in industries such as health, mining, materials, polymers, mining.    

 

Physics: 

 

Focus on the importance and future of Physics in different industries.

 

Biodiversity and Ecology: 

 

Focus on the important role of Biodiversity, Ecology, Invasive species, Climate change, GIS, Botany and Zoology to ensure the sustainability of life on Earth.

 

Biological sciences: 

 

Focus on the important role of Physiology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Genetics & Sport science in various industries such as:  food, health and agricultural and sport industries. 

 

For more information on the Faculty of Sciences, click here: 

http://www.sun.ac.za/english/faculty/science

FACULTY OF THEOLOGY


The Faculty of Theology Open Day will offer a welcome and general introduction to the faculty by the Dean, Prof Reggie Nel.


This session will be followed by alternating sessions discussing the undergraduate programmes: the BTh (general / Youth Work) – presented by Prof Anita Cloete and Rev Dawid Mouton; and the BDiv programme – presented by Dr Lisel Joubert and Dr Notzakhe Cezula.


The sessions will also discuss issues like student involvement on campus and support structures for students. Prospective students will get a first glimpse of the beautiful historic building in which they will be attending Theology lectures.

 

Faculty of Theology overview:

 

Session 1:

 

10:00 General introduction – Prof Reggie Nel

10:30 BTh programmes – Rev Dawid Mouton

11:00 BDiv programme – Dr Nadia Marais

 

Session 2:

 

11:30 BTh programmes – Prof Anita Cloete

12:00 BDiv programme – Prof Cas Wepener

 

For more information on the Faculty of, click here: http://www.sun.ac.za/english/faculty/theology

Bus Transport between Stellenbosch and Tygerberg Campuses


Bus transport will be available between the Stellenbosch and Tygerberg Campuses. Buses will depart from the c/o Victoria and Neethling Streets (next to the Conservatorium) on the Stellenbosch Campus and from the Student Centre on the Tygerberg Campus. Please book for one of the scheduled trips below:


Depart Stellenbosch:

Meeting point: c/o Victoria and Neethling Streets (next to the Conservatorium) on the Stellenbosch Campus.


  • 07:00
  • 09:30
  • 12:00

 

Depart Tygerberg Campus:

Meeting point: Student Centre on the Tygerberg Campus.


  • 10:00
  • 12:30
  • 15:00


Tygerberg Campus Map

Please CLICK HERE to access the Tygerberg Campus map.

 

For more information on the Faculty of medicine and Health Sciences, click here: http://www.sun.ac.za/english/faculty/healthsciences


ELSENBURG OPEN DAY


On 23 April 2022 EATI will host an Open Day at the main campus, where potential students will be able to visit the various stands of each faculty, i.e. Horticulture, Vegetables and Agronomy, Viticulture and Oenology, Animal Production, Basic Science and Business Science.


The sub-programme: Agricultural Skills Development will showcase the Learnership Programme and the non-formal short courses that EATI offers. Potential students will have the opportunity to meet the staff of the Student Administration Office in order to discuss the application process.


The physical address is:


Elsenburg, Muldersvlei Road

GPS Co-ordinates: 33.845259 S 18.834722 E

 

Venue: Percheron Hall (Go through security – follow the feather banners)

 

INFORMATION SESSION AT SU:


Please note that on the same day, 23 April 2022, a representative from EATI will also be at the Open Day at Stellenbosch University at the Van Der Sterr Building, Room 1046 where a presentation on the training offerings will be done and an potential students will have an opportunity to ask questions and talk to existing students to get more information on not only the training offerings, but student life at Elsenburg.

 

Please note that the events at both EATI Campus and SU will be divided into 45 minute sessions and we invite you to join us on the Elsenburg Campus for our very own Open Day today, (https://goo.gl/maps/9dg19LezUFmC6unZ6OR attend the general session on the Stellenbosch campus. 


45-minute Presentation:

 

  • Presentation
  • Student panel

 

For any further enquiries, please send an e-mail to [email protected]


For more information on the Faculty of Agrisciences, click here: https://agric.sun.ac.za/

Additional information

Age restriction Family friendly
Refund policy Refunds allowed (view policy)

Location

STELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITY ON-CAMPUS OPEN DAY SERIES
Stellenbosch University
Stellenbosch Central, Stellenbosch
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