Universities in South Africa

Aug
20

North-West University of South Africa

Introduction of North-West University: North-West University was established on 1st January 2004. North-West University is becoming one of the largest universities in South Africa. It has three campuses at Potchefstroom, Mahikeng, and Vanderbijlpark on South Africa. It is university built to form the University of North-West (formerly the University of Bophuthatswana) and the Potchefstroom University […]

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Feb
01

Rhodes University-South Africa

Introduction of Rhodes University:- Rhodes University is known as public research university placed in Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape State of South Africa. It was established on 31 May 1904. Rhodes University is the state’s oldest university. and it has the fifth or sixth oldest South African university in continuous operation, through a grant from […]

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Jan
31

University of Johannesburg Africa

Introduction of University of Johannesburg Africa: The University of Johannesburg was established on 1st January 2005. It comes from the Rand Afrikaans University(RAU). University of Johannesburg Africa is also known as UJ. In UJ, over 50,000 number of students, more than 3000 are international students came from 80 countries, therefore UJ is one of the […]

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Jan
30

Cairo University – Top 5 Universities in South Affrica

Introduction to Cairo University Cairo University (known as the Egyptian University between 1908 and 1940, and King Foud Eye University from 1940 to 1952) is the leading public university in Egypt. Its main campus is at Giza, immediately on the other side of Cairo from the Nile. It was founded on December 21, 1908; However, […]

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Jan
17

Stellenbosch University – Top 5 Universities in South Africa

Introduction To Stellenbosch University In 2016, on the official date of the annual UB Census (June 2016), 30,854 students registered at Stellenbosch University. Of these, 63% (19,582) students are enrolled in graduate programs, 33% (10 154) in graduate programs and 4% (1,114) are occasional students (no degree of purpose). In 2016, 61.3% of registered students […]

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Jan
11

Cape Town University – Top 5 Universities in South Africa

Introduction to Cape Town University The production of new information has turned into a worldwide task, yet one in which the voice of Africa( Cape Town University ) is frequently absent. On the off chance that it is to take control of its own future, Africa must produce its own insight and, in doing as […]

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