South Africa STRUCTURE OF HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM

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1 South Africa STRUCTURE OF HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM Description: The higher education system consists of Public Universities, Universities of Technology, Comprehensive Universities (offering both University of Technology and University programmes) and a College sector. The Higher Education Act (December 1997) provides for the appointment of a Registrar of Private Higher Education Institutions and a number of private institutions have registered or are in the process of registering in terms of these provisions. The South African universities offer Bachelor s, Bachelor s Honours, Master s and Doctorate Degrees, as well as Undergraduate and Postgraduate Diplomas. Course work is structured in modules, with students registering in a unit/credit system. Universities and Universities of Technology, as autonomous institutions, are subsidized by the Department of Education, and provide training at the post senior certificate level. University of Technology courses lead to National Diplomas and Certificates and, as from 1995, to Degrees with a minimum duration of four years. The Higher Education Act stipulates that higher education at Universities, Universities of Technology and Colleges comes directly under the responsibility of the national government, whilst further education colleges report to the nine provincial governments. Stages of studies: University level first stage: First stage The Bachelor s degree is awarded by Universities, Comprehensive Universities and Universities of Technology. Universities and Comprehensive Universities award the Bachelor s degree after three to six years of study: Humanities, Commerce, Science - three years; Agriculture, Law, Engineering, Pharmacy and Education, four years; Veterinary Medicine and Architecture, five years; Dentistry, five-and-a-half years; Medicine and Theology, six years. Students in Humanities, Commerce and Science wishing to proceed to a Master s degree are required to take a Bachelor s (Honours) degree, which is awarded after a further year s study. Universities of Technology award the Bachelor s degree of Technology (BTech), which is a one-year degree following a diploma that includes one year of practical training. Universities also confer a Professional Bachelor s degree after four years. University level second stage: Second stage The Master s degree is awarded by Universities, Comprehensive Universities and Universities of Technology. This degree requires a minimum of one to two years research after the award of an Honours degree in the case of universities, and a Bachelor s degree in the case of Universities of Technology. The Master s degree in Technology (MTech) may be obtained at least one year after the BTech. This is an advanced qualification comprising taught subjects and research, or only research. The thesis must relate to an industry-specific problem. Some university Master s degrees, e.g. the Master s degree in Business Leadership (MBusAdministration), are partly taught and partly research degrees, where the thesis must relate to an industry or subject specific problem. University level third stage: Third stage Doctorates and research degrees are also awarded by Universities, Comprehensive Universities and Universities of Technology. They are conferred to holders of Master s degrees after a minimum of two years study. A Doctor in Technology (DTech) is awarded after successful completion of a thesis at Universities of Technology. This degree is research-based and studies last for at least two years. It comprises an advanced research project. Distance higher education: Distance teaching, which is mainly by correspondence, provides courses for about 35 per cent of enrolled students. The University of South Africa (UNISA) offers correspondence courses, either in English or in Afrikaans, for Bachelor s degrees and Postgraduate qualifications, provided such Bachelor s degrees include an in-service training component. Course work is structured in modules. A maximum of ten years is allowed to obtain a Bachelor s degree, an additional year for an Honours degree, three years for Postgraduate qualifications, two further years for a Master s degree and two years for a Doctorate. The degrees are considered to be equivalent in standard to those awarded by other Universities. 3325

2 SOUTH AFRICA Education System ADMISSION TO HIGHER EDUCATION Admission to non university higher education studies: Name of secondary school credential required: Senior Certificate For entry to: Universities of technology, further education and training colleges, and other colleges. Alternatives to credentials: Senior Certificate with N-courses obtained at technical colleges or technical high schools. Admission to university-level studies: Name of secondary school credential required: Senior Certificate Minimum score/requirement: Pass marks in two Higher Grade languages, two additional Higher Grade subjects, at least a further Standard Grade subject and a minimum aggregate of 45% for six subjects. For entry to: Universities. Alternatives to credentials: Certificate of exemption from the matriculation endorsement required as issued by the Matriculation Board on behalf of HESA or a conditional admission certificate issued by a university of technology. Entrance exams required: Matriculation endorsements are required for admission to first degree studies at university level and senior certificates for first degree studies at university of technology or college level. Foreign students admission: Admission requirements: Prospective students coming from a non-south African schooling system must, for benchmark purposes, hold qualifications that must be at least equivalent to the local system. For university studies, candidates apply to the university which will forward the application to the Matriculation Board which issues a certificate of exemption in terms of other specified provisions. Conditions must be satisfied on completion of degrees in the case of foreign conditional exemption certificates. Entry regulations: Students must hold a valid passport, a duly completed B1-159 application form that is available from the Department of Home Affairs, a standard letter of provisional acceptance to a South African institution, a letter of motivation and proof that the student is in a situation to pay the tuition fees and has adequate means of support. Language requirements: Students must be proficient in English or Afrikaans. RECOGNITION OF STUDIES Quality assurance system: A Higher Education Quality Committee (HEQC) functions within the Council on Higher Education. It promotes quality assurance in higher education, audits quality assurance mechanisms and accredits higher education programmes. Bodies dealing with recognition: Higher Education South Africa - HESA Senior project Manager, Matriculation Board: Cobus Lo tter PO Box Sunnyside Pretoria 0132 Tel: +27(12) Fax: +27(12) / WWW: Higher Education Quality Committee - HEQC PO Box 13354, The Tramshed Pretoria 0126 Tel: +27(12) Fax: +27(12) WWW: 3326

3 SOUTH AFRICA Education System NATIONAL BODIES Department of Education Minister: Naledi Pandor Director-General: Duncan Hindle Director: Ghaleeb Jeppie Private Bag X895 Pretoria 0001 Tel: +27(21) Fax: +27(21) WWW: Higher Education South Africa - HESA Chief Executive Officer: Duma Malaza PO Box Sunnyside Pretoria 0132 Tel: +27(12) Fax: +27(12) / WWW: Role of national body: Umbrella body for South African public higher education institutions. Council on Higher Education - CHE Chairperson: Saki Macozoma Chief Executive Officer (acting): Lis Lange PO Box The Tramshed, Gauteng 0126 Tel: +27(12) Fax: +27(12) WWW: Role of national body: Advises the Minister of Education on strategic issues in higher education, performs quality assurance functions, disseminates information on higher education. International Education Association of South Africa - IEASA President: Fazela Haniff Interim Executive Director: Roshen Kishun PO Box Reservoir Hills Durban 4090 Tel: +27(31) Fax: +27(31) WWW: Role of national body: Non-profit organization created to respond to international educational trends. Higher Education Quality Committee - HEQC Chairperson: H. Africa Executive Director: Lis Lange PO Box 13354, The Tramshed Pretoria 0126 Tel: +27(12) Fax: +27(12) WWW: Role of national body: Promotes quality assurance in higher education; Audits the quality assurance mechanisms of higher education institutions; Accredits programmes of higher education. 3327

4 Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training - UMALUSI Chairperson: John D. Volmink Post Net Suite 102 Private Bag X 1 Queenswood Pretoria 0121 Tel: +27(12) Fax: +27(12) WWW: Role of national body: Quality assurer in the general and further education and training bands of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). Data for academic year: Source: IAU from Higher Education South Africa (HESA), South Africa, 2007 INSTITUTIONS PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS CAPE PENINSULA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY (CPUT) PO Box 1906, Bellville 7530 Tel: +27(21) Fax:+27(21) Website: Vice-Chancellor: Lineo Vuyisa Mazwi-Tanga Tel: +27(21) , Fax: +27(21) Registrar (Registration and Examinations): Alwyn van Gensen Tel: +27(21) , Fax: +27(21) International Relations: Merle Hodges Tel: +27(21) , Fax: +27(21) Academies E-Innovation Instrumentation Research (CIR) Applied Sciences (Agriculture; Chemistry; Consumer Studies; Environmental Management; Fishery; Food Science; Food Technology; Health Sciences; Horticulture; Landscape Architecture; Marine Science and Oceanography; Natural Resources; Nutrition; Public Health); Business (Accountancy; Business Administration; Finance; Hotel and Restaurant; Hotel Management; Human Resources; Management; Management Systems; Marketing; Public Administration; Public Relations; Retailing and Wholesaling; Sports Management; Taxation; Tourism); Education and Social Sciences (Adult Education; Education; Higher Education; Social Sciences; Teacher Training); Engineering (Building Technologies; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Construction Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Engineering; Industrial Engineering; Marine Engineering; Marine Transport; Mechanical Engineering; Printing and Printmaking; Surveying and Mapping; Textile Technology); Health and Wellness Sciences (Anatomy; Biomedical Engineering; Biotechnology; Dental Technology; Health Sciences; Medicine; Nursing; Optics; Physiology; Radiology); Informatics and Design (Computer Networks; Computer Science; Design; Fashion Design; Film; Fine Arts; Graphic Design; Information Technology; Interior Design; Jewelry Art; Journalism; Multimedia; Photography; Regional Planning; Structural Architecture; Textile Design; Textile Technology; Town Planning; Video) Units Lifelong Learning History: Founded 1967, acquired present status 1979 (following the merger between Cape Technikon and Peninsula Technikon), acquired present tittle Governing Bodies: Council with a minimum of 60% of membership drawn from external representatives. Senate Academic Year: January to December Admission Requirements: Senior Certificate or equivalent with additional requirements per Faculty. Fees: (Rands): Science and Engineering, 5,000 per annum; Business Faculty, 7,000 International Co-operation: With universities in Belgium, Netherlands, United Kingdom and over 20 other countries. Degrees and Diplomas: National Diploma: 3 yrs; National Higher Diploma: 1 yr after diploma; Bachelor of Technology: 1 yr after diploma; Master of Technology: a further 2 yrs; Doctor of Technology: a further 3 yrs Student Services: Academic Counselling, Social Counselling, Canteen, Health Services, Employment Services, Foreign Student Adviser, Sports Facilities Student Residential Facilities: 11 Residence halls for 21,000 students. Special Facilities: Computer Centre Libraries: On campus library Publications: Journal of Engineering Design and Technology (biannually); Paradigm (biannually) Academic Staff MEN WOMEN TOTAL FULL-TIME PART-TIME STAFF WITH DOCTORATE FULL-TIME Student Numbers All (Foreign Included) 4,371 5,251 9,622 FOREIGN ONLY Part-time students, 1,975. Evening students, 456. Last Updated: 27/04/

5 CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, FREE STATE Private Bag X20539, 20 President Brand Street, Bloemfontein 9300 Tel: +27(51) Fax:+27(51) Website: Principal and Vice-Chancellor: Thandwa Z. Mthembu Tel: +27(51) , Fax: +27(51) International Relations: D.T.D van Gensen Tel: +27(51) , Fax: +27(51) Engineering, Information and Communication Sciences (Applied Mathematics; Building Technologies; Civil Engineering; Computer Engineering; Design; Electrical Engineering; Engineering; Information Technology; Mechanical Engineering; Telecommunications Engineering; Visual Arts) Executive Dean: G.D. Jordaan; Health and Environmental Sciences (Agriculture; Environmental Studies; Health Sciences) Executive Dean: B.J. Frey; Management Sciences (Business Administration; Government; Management; Sports; Teacher Trainers Education; Tourism) Executive Dean: P.G. Le Roux History: Founded Incorporated Welkom Campus of Vista University Governing Bodies: Council Academic Year: January to November Admission Requirements: School leaving certificate and specific subject requirements, Afrikaans International Co-operation: With universities in Sweden; Netherlands; Germany; United Kingdom; China; Belgium; New Zealand; Australia; USA Accrediting Agencies: SAQA, HEQC Degrees and Diplomas: National Higher Certificate; National Diploma; Bachelor of Technology; Master of Technology; Master s Degree; Doctor of Technology; Doctorate (PhD) Student Services: Foreign Student Adviser, Language Programs, Health Services, Social Counselling, Employment Services, Academic Counselling, Cultural Centre, Sports Facilities, Canteen Student Residential Facilities: For women and men students Special Facilities: Art gallery Libraries: Main Library, c. 60,000 vols Publications: Annual Report (annually); Gratia (biannually) Academic Staff 2007 MEN WOMEN TOTAL FULL-TIME PART-TIME STAFF WITH DOCTORATE FULL-TIME Student Numbers 2007 All (Foreign Included) 5,136 5,741 10,877 FOREIGN ONLY Part-time students, 1,485. Last Updated: 23/04/07 DURBAN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY PO Box 1334, Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal 4000 Tel: +27(31) (31) Fax:+27(31) Website: Vice-Chancellor: R. H du Pré (2007-) Tel: +27(31) , Fax: +27(31) Registrar: David Hellinger Tel: +27(31) , Fax: +27(31) International Relations: Angel Motsamai Tel: +27(31) Higher Education Development (Higher Education) Arts (Communication Studies; Education; English; Fashion Design; Fine Arts; Graphic Arts; Interior Design; Jewelry Art; Journalism; Modern Languages; Music; Performing Arts; Photography; Technology; Textile Design; Textile Technology; Theatre; Translation and Interpretation; Video) Dean: Graham Steward; Commerce (Accountancy; Administration; Business Administration; Business Education; Cooking and Catering; Ecology; Economics; Food Science; Government; Hotel Management; Human Resources; Information Sciences; Information Technology; Law; Library Science; Management; Marketing; Nutrition; Public Relations; Retailing and Wholesaling; Safety Engineering; Secretarial Studies; Small Business; Sports; Sports Management; Statistics; Taxation; Technology; Tourism) Dean: Malcolm Wallis; Engineering, Science and the Built Environment (Analytical Chemistry; Architecture; Architecture and Planning; Biotechnology; Building Technologies; Chemical Engineering; Chemistry; Civil Engineering; Clothing and Sewing; Computer Engineering; Construction Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Electronic Engineering; Food Technology; Horticulture; Industrial Engineering; Landscape Architecture; Marine Engineering; Mathematics; Mechanical Engineering; Paper Technology; Physics; Regional Planning; Surveying and Mapping; Textile Technology; Town Planning) Dean: Darren Lortan; Health Sciences (Biology; Biomedical Engineering; Child Care and Development; Chiropractic; Community Health; Dental Hygiene; Dental Technology; Health Sciences; Homeopathy; Medical Technology; Medicine; Nursing; Radiology; Stomatology) Dean: Nomthandazo Sylvia Gwele Further Information: Also branches in Pietermaritzburg and Gamalakhe History: Founded 2002 through the merger of Technikon Natal and M.L. Sultan Technikon. Formerly known as Durban Institute of Technology. Governing Bodies: Technikon Council Academic Year: January to December Admission Requirements: South African Senior Certificate/British A levels Fees: (Rands): 10,000 International Co-operation: With institutions in Europe and USA Accrediting Agencies: South African Qualifications Authority; National and International Professional Boards Degrees and Diplomas: National Certificate (N.Cert): 1 yr; National Higher Certificate (N.H. Cert): 1 yr; National Diploma: 1 yr; National Higher Diploma (NHDip): 1 yr; Bachelor of Technology: 1 yr; Master of Technology: 1 yr; Doctor of Technology: 1 yr Student Services: Academic Counselling, Canteen, Nursery Care, Sports Facilities, Language Programs, Social Counselling, Employment Services, Health Services Student Residential Facilities: Yes Special Facilities: Art Gallery Libraries: Yes Last Updated: 23/10/07 MANGOSUTHU TECHNIKON PO Box 12363, Jacobs 4026 Tel: +27(31) Fax:+27(31) Website: Principal and Vice-Chancellor: A.M. Ndlovu (1997-) Tel: +27(31) , Fax: +27 (31) Vice-Principal Academic: E.C. Zingu International Relations: A.M. Ndlovu Engineering (Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Construction Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Engineering; Mechanical 3329

6 Engineering; Surveying and Mapping); Management Sciences (Accountancy; Communication Studies; Economics; Human Resources; Law; Management; Management Systems; Marketing; Public Administration); Natural Sciences (Agriculture; Biomedical Engineering; Chemistry; Communication Studies; Information Technology; Mathematics; Natural Resources; Natural Sciences) Further Information: Also Research Unit and Institute for Rural and Community Engagement History: Founded Degrees and Diplomas: National Diploma; Bachelor of Technology Student Services: Academic Counselling, Health Services Student Residential Facilities: Yes Special Facilities: Bookshop; Cooperative Education; Financial Aid Bureau, Fund Raising and Development; Language Centre; Legal Services Marketing and Communication; Occupational Health and Safety; Quality Management Libraries: Resource Centre Last Updated: 23/04/07 NELSON MANDELA METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY (NMMU) PO Box 77000, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape 6031 Tel: +27(41) Fax:+27(41) Website: Vice-Chancellor: Rolf H. Stumpf (2002-) Fax: +27(41) Registrar: Hugo Grimbeek International Relations: Nico Jooste, Director, Office for International Education Tel: +27(41) , Fax: +27(41) Applied Business Management (Business Administration) Director: H.C. Boshoff; Professional Ethics (Ethics) Director: P.J. Naude; Tourism Studies (Tourism) Director: P.B. Myles Arts (African Languages; Afrikaans; Anthropology; Architectural and Environmental Design; Arts and Humanities; Cultural Studies; Design; English; Fine Arts; French; German; History; Interior Design; Management; Media Studies; Modern Languages; Music; Philosophy; Political Science; Public Administration; Religious Studies; Social Sciences; Sociology) Dean (Acting): H. M. Thipa; Business and Economic Sciences (Accountancy; Business Administration; Economic History; Economics; Human Resources; Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Labour and Industrial Relations; Management; Marketing; Tourism) Dean: Niekie Dorfling; Education (Education; Mathematics Education; Science Education; Teacher Training; Technology Education) Dean: A. Naidoo; Engineering (Building Technologies; Civil Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Electronic Engineering; Engineering; Industrial Engineering; Information Management; Information Technology; Mechanical Engineering; Production Engineering; Surveying and Mapping) Dean (Acting): K. van Wyk; Health Sciences (Biomedicine; Environmental Studies; Health Sciences; Nursing; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy; Psychology; Radiology; Sports; Sports Management) Dean: N.T. Naidoo; Law (Commercial Law; Criminal Law; Labour Law; Law; Taxation; Tourism) Dean: C. van Loggerenberg; Science (Agricultural Management; Applied Mathematics; Biochemistry; Botany; Chemistry; Geography; Geology; Leather Techniques; Mathematics; Microbiology; Physics; Statistics; Textile Technology; Zoology) Dean: A. Leitch Institutes Construction Processes Director: J. Smallwood; Environmental and Coastal Management (SAB) (Coastal Studies; Environmental Management) Director: N. Klages; Management and Leadership (Raymond Mhlaba) (Leadership; Management) Director: H. Wissink; Statistical Consultation and Methodology (Statistics) Director: J. Hugo; Study and Resolution of Conflict (Peace and Disarmament) Director: G.J. Bradshaw Research Institutes Health and Development (Development Studies; Health Sciences) Head (Acting): F.E. Potgieter Research Schools Terrestrial Ecology (Ecology) Director: G.I.H. Kerley Research Units Metal Ion Separation Director: J.G.H. Du Preez Schools Accountancy (Accountancy; Business Administration; Business and Commerce) Director: K.S. Prinsloo; Advanced Studies (Leadership) Coordinator: G. Olivier Ma; Architecture (Architecture) Director: J. Rushmere; Language, Media and Communication (Communication Studies; Linguistics; Media Studies) Director: D.J. Jordaan; Social Sciences and Humanities (Arts and Humanities; Social Sciences) Director: H.C. Pauw Units HIV/AIDS (Health Sciences) Convenor: J. Von der Marwitz; Labour and Social Security Law (Labour Law; Law) Director: J.A. Van der Walt; Labour Relations and Human Resources (Human Resources; Labour and Industrial Relations) Director: M. Anstey; Language Education Project Leader: B.L. Burkett; Small Business Manager: N.L. Nqwazi; Study of Economic Processes (Economics) Director: S. Hosking; Tourism Law (Law; Tourism) History: Founded 1964 by Act of Parliament and financially supported by the State. Acquired present status 2005 following merger of the Port Elizabeth Technikon, the University of Port Elizabeth and the Port Elizabeth campus of Vista University. Governing Bodies: University Council; University Senate Academic Year: February to November (February-June; July- November) Fees: (Rands): Undergraduate, 9,500-13,000 per annum; Honours and postgraduate, 1,120-6,890 per module Degrees and Diplomas: National Diploma: 3 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: 3-4 yrs; Bachelor Honours Degree: a further yr; Bachelor of Technology; Postgraduate Diploma: 1 yr; Master of Technology; Master s Degree: a further 1-2 yrs; Doctor of Technology; Doctorate: 1-2 yrs. The Bachelor (Honours) Degree is awarded in the same fields of study as the Bachelor s Degree. Also Certificates, Advanced and Postgraduate Certificates and Higher Diplomas Student Residential Facilities: For c. 1,200 students Special Facilities: Nature Reserve and Environmental Trail Libraries: Albert Delport Library, c. 385,000 vols; 1,271 periodicals Publications: Building Management Journal (annually); Institute for Planning Research publications; Labour Turnover in Port Elizabeth (annually); Obiter (annually) Academic Staff : Total 2,000 Student Numbers : Total: c. 25,000 Last Updated: 01/02/07 NORTH-WEST UNIVERSITY/NOORDWES- UNIVERSITEIT (NWU) Private Bag X6001, Potchefstroom 2520 Tel: +27(18) Fax:+27(18) Website: Vice-Chancellor: Theuns Eloff Tel: +27(18) , Fax: +27(18) Registrar: Chris Van der Walt Tel: +27(18) International Relations: M.N. Takalo, Executive Director, Teaching-Learning and Vice-Principal Tel: +27(18) , Fax: +27(18)

7 African Centre for Disaster Studies Manager: D. van Niekerk; Animal Studies Director: D.G. van der Nest; Business Mathematics and Informatics (Applied Mathematics; Business Computing) Director: P.J. de Jongh; Community Law and Development (Law) Director: S.W.J. Meyer; Creativity Training Manager: L. van Schalkwyk; Education in Traffic Safety Director: J.F. Pienaar; Environmental Management (Environmental Management) Director: J.G. Nel; Genome Research Director: A. Olckers; Gifted Learners (Education of the Gifted) Director: M.P. Jonker; Information Studies on South African Music (Music) Director: J. van der Merwe; Language Practice Director: J. van der Walt; Quality Assurance of Medecines (CENQAM) Director: E. Swanepoel; Research and Continuing Engineering Development (Engineering) Director: E.H. Mathews; Telkom Centre for Excellence Director: J.M. Hattingh; Text Technology (CTexT) Director: G. van Huyssteen Arts (African Languages; Afrikaans; Ancient Civilizations; Anthropology; Art History; Arts and Humanities; Communication Studies; Dutch; English; French; Government; Graphic Design; History; Latin; Music; Painting and Drawing; Philosophy; Political Science; Public Administration; Social Studies; Sociology; Translation and Interpretation; Writing) Dean: J. Swanepoel; Economic and Management Sciences (Accountancy; Economics; Human Resources; International Business; Management; Management Systems; Marketing; Tourism) Dean: T. Eloff; Educational Sciences (African Languages; Afrikaans; Art Education; Biological and Life Sciences; Computer Science; Economics; Education; Educational Administration; Educational and Student Counselling; Educational Psychology; Educational Sciences; English; Geography; Geography (Human); History; Human Resources; Information Sciences; International and Comparative Education; Law; Mathematical Physics; Mathematics; Mathematics Education; Music Education; Philosophy of Education; Physics; Primary Education; Religious Education; Science Education; Secondary Education; Teacher Training; Technology) Dean: P. Engelbretch; Engineering (Chemical Engineering; Computer Engineering; Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Nuclear Engineering) Dean: J.I.J. Fick; Health Sciences (Anatomy; Behavioural Sciences; Consumer Studies; Health Sciences; Nursing; Nutrition; Parks and Recreation; Pharmacology; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy; Physiology; Psychology; Sports) Dean: M.J. Viljoen; Law (Law) Dean: F. Venter; Natural Sciences (Applied Mathematics; Biochemistry; Business Computing; Chemistry; Computer Science; Environmental Management; Environmental Studies; Geography; Geology; Mathematics; Microbiology; Natural Sciences; Physics; Regional Planning; Statistics; Technology Education; Town Planning; Zoology) Dean: J.J. Pienaar; Theology (Bible; Islamic Theology; Jewish Studies; New Testament; Theology) Dean: A.le R. du Plooy Graduate Schools Education (Education) Director: J.L. de K. Monteith Institutes Biokinetics (Johannes van der Walt Institute) Director: D.D.J. Malan; Psychotherapy and Counselling (Psychology; Psychotherapy) Director: W. Du plessis; Sports Science and Development (Sports) Director: D.D.J. Malan; Tourism, Wildlife Economics and Leisure Studies (Leisure Studies; Tourism; Wildlife) Director: M. Saayman Research Institutes Industrial Pharmacy (Pharmacy) Director: J. du Plessis Research Units Business Mathematics and Informatics (Applied Mathematics; Business Computing) Director: J.J. Grobler; Chemical Science and Technology (Chemistry) Director: O.S.L. Bruinsma; Development in the South African Constitutional State (Law) Director: W. du Plessis; Drug Research and Development (Toxicology) Director: J. du Plessis; Environmental Sciences and Development (Environmental Management; Environmental Studies) Director: L. van Rensburg; Human Policy and Performance (Workwell); Language and Literature in the South African Context (African Languages; African Studies) Director: A.M. de Lange; Preventive and Therapeutic Interventions (AUTHeR) (Social and Preventive Medicine) Director: H.H. Vorster; Reformational Theology and the Development of the South African Society (Theology) Director: H.F. van Rooy; Space Physics (Applied Physics) Director: R.A. Burger; Sustainable Social Development (Social Studies) Director: A. Duvenhage Schools Accountancy Sciences (Accountancy; Finance; Management) Director: S.S. Visser; Biblical Studies and Biblical Languages (Ancient Languages; Arabic; Bible; Greek; Hebrew; Holy Writings; Latin; New Testament) Director: J.J. Janse van Rensburg; Biochemistry (Biochemistry) Director (Acting): E. Erasmus; Biokinetics, Recreation and Sports Science (Leisure Studies; Parks and Recreation; Physical Therapy; Sports) Director: D.D.J. Malan; Business (Potchefstroom) (Business Administration) Director: T.E. du Plessis; Chemical Engineering (Chemical Engineering; Geology; Mineralogy; Mining Engineering) Director: F.B. Waanders; Chemistry (Chemistry) Director: E.L.J. Breet; Communication Studies (Art History; Communication Studies; Graphic Design; Painting and Drawing) Director: P. J. Schutte; Computer, Statistical and Mathematical Sciences (Applied Mathematics; Computer Science; Information Management; Mathematics; Operations Research; Statistics); Continuing Teacher Education (African Languages; Curriculum; Educational Administration; Educational and Student Counselling; Educational Sciences; English; Geography; Histology; Mathematics Education) Director: E.J. Spamer; Ecclesiastical Studies (Christian Religious Studies; Missionary Studies; Pastoral Studies; Religious Practice; Theology) Director: J.M. Vorster; Economics, Risk Management and International Trade (Economics; Insurance; International Business; Management) Director: W. Viviers; Education and Training (Education; Educational Administration; Educational Psychology; International and Comparative Education; Law; Philosophy of Education; Religious Education) Director: P.J. Mentz; Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering (Computer Engineering; Computer Networks; Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Electronic Engineering; Measurement and Precision Engineering; Power Engineering) Director: J.A. de Kock; Entrepreneurship, Marketing and Tourism Management (Business and Commerce; Management; Marketing; Tourism) Director: LR. Jansen van Rensburg; Environmental Sciences and Development (Environmental Management; Environmental Studies; Geography; Geology; Regional Planning; Town Planning) Director: H. Van Hamburg; Human Resources Sciences (Human Resources; Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Labour and Industrial Relations; Sociology) Director: L.T.B. Jackson; Initial Teacher Education (Education; Human Resources; Teacher Trainers Education) Director: B.W. Richter; Languages (African Languages; Afrikaans; Dutch; English; French; Latin; Translation and Interpretation; Writing) Director: W.A.M. Carstens; Mechanical Engineering (Automotive Engineering; Ceramics and Glass Technology; Computer Science; Energy Engineering; Engineering Drawing and Design; Hydraulic Engineering; Materials Engineering; Mathematics and Computer Science; Measurement and Precision Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Petroleum and Gas Engineering; Production Engineering; Structural Architecture; Thermal Engineering) Director: C.G. du Toit; Music (Music) Director: P.J. Van der Merwe; Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Technology Education (Applied Mathematics; Mathematics; Microbiology; Natural Sciences; Technology; Zoology) Director: J.J.A. Smit; Nuclear Science and Engineering (Nuclear Engineering) Director: G.P. Greyvenstein; Nursing (Anatomy; Community Health; Health Administration; Health Sciences; Nursing) Director: H.C. Klopper; Pharmacy (Chemistry; Pharmacology; Pharmacy) Director: D.W. Oliver; Philosophy (Philosophy) Director: P.J.J.S. Potgieter; Physics (Physics) Director: M.S. Potgieter; Physiology, Nutrition and Consumer Sciences (Consumer Studies; Nutrition; Physiology) Director: N.T. Malan; Professional Services (Faculty of Law) (Law) Director: J.A. Robinson; Psychological Behavioural Sciences (Behavioural Sciences; Psychology; Psychotherapy; Social Work) Director: M.P. Wissing; Social and Governmental Studies (Ancient Civilizations; Anthropology; Government; History; Political Science; Public Administration; Sociology); Teacher Training - Human Oriented School Subjects (African Languages; Afrikaans; Arts and Humanities; Economics; English; Geography (Human); History; Music; Science Education) Director: A. Golightly; Teacher Training - Nature Oriented School Subjects (Biology; Computer Science; Information Sciences; Mathematics; Physics; Science Education; Technology) Director: E. Mentz; Teaching-Learning (Faculty of Law) (Law) Director: M.C. Roos 3331

8 History: Founded Acquired present status 2004 following merger with Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education, with University of North-West and incorporation of Sebokeng Campus of Vista University. Governing Bodies: University Council; University Senate Academic Year: January to December (January-April; April-July; July-September; October-December) Fees: (Rands): 9,458 per annum Main Language(s) of Instruction: Afrikaans, English Degrees and Diplomas: National Certificate: 1-2 yrs; National Diploma: 1-3 yrs; National Higher Diploma: 4 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Arts; Graphic Design; Social Work; Sports; Communication Studies (BA); Commerce; Business Administration; Consumer Studies (BCom); Dietetics (BSc(Dietetics)); Domestic Science; Engineering (BEng); Law; Music (BMus); Pharmacy (BPharm); Psychology; Science; Industrial Science; Information Technology (BSc); Technology, 3-4 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Education (BEd); Health Management; Health Sciences (BCur); Theology (ThB); Bachelor Honours Degree: a further yr; Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree: a further 1-2 yrs; Doctorate: 1-2 yrs following Master s Degree. The Bachelor (Honours) Degree is awarded in the same fields of study as the Bachelor s Degree. Also Advanced Diplomas. Student Services: Cultural Centre, Sports Facilities, Academic Counselling, Health Services, Foreign Studies Centre, Canteen Student Residential Facilities: For 3,862 students in 20 hostels. Mafikeng Campus: for 1,572 students in 10 hostels Special Facilities: Archives and Museum, Art Gallery. Libraries: Mafikeng Campus: 126,257 vols, 518 current subscriptions, 17,974 annual vols, 3,878 other materials. Potchefstroom Campus: 549,589 vols, 1,571 current subscriptions; 126,242 periodical annual vols; 14,335 other materials Publications: Kampusnuus (bimonthly); Koers, Skriflig, Word and Action (4 per annum); Literator (3 per annum); Records Management newsletter (bimonthly); Vice-Chancellor s newsletter (4 per annum); VTC news (bimonthly) Dean: D.H. Gericke; Human and Social Sciences (African Languages; Afrikaans; Communication Studies; Demography and Population; Development Studies; English; History; International Relations; Political Science; Psychology; Social Work; Sociology) Dean: T.M. Thiba; Law (Law) Dean: N.L. Mahao Graduate Schools Business and Government Leadership (Psychology; Public Administration) Director: W. van Rensburg Schools Accounting and Management Sciences (Accountancy; Information Technology; Management; Statistics) Director: D. van Wyk; Agriculture (Agricultural Economics; Agricultural Equipment; Animal Husbandry) Director: M. Mbewe; Continuing Education (Adult Education; Curriculum; Educational and Student Counselling; Educational Technology; Environmental Studies; Primary Education; Special Education; Technology Education) Director: K.N. Magwenzi; Economic and Design Sciences (Economics) Director: E. Nyakwende; Human Sciences (Social Sciences); Postgraduate Studies (Agriculture) (Agriculture); Postgraduate Studies (Education) (Adult Education; Curriculum; Education; Educational Administration; Educational and Student Counselling; Educational Psychology; Educational Sciences; Educational Technology; Environmental Studies; Primary Education; Science Education; Special Education; Technology Education) Director: M.W. Lumadi; Postgraduate Studies (Law) (Law) Director: M. Mbao; Research and Postgraduate Studies (Social Sciences) Director: I. Kalule-Sabiti; Science (Biological and Life Sciences; Chemistry; Crop Production; Environmental Studies; Geography; Mathematics; Natural Sciences; Nursing) Director: M.T. Kambule; Social Sciences (African Languages; Afrikaans; Communication Studies; Development Studies; English; History; International Relations; Political Science; Psychology; Social Work; Sociology; Tourism) Director: L. Qalinge; Undergraduate Studies (Education) (Education) Director: M.A. Mokoena; Undergraduate Studies (Law) (Law) Director: P. Iya Units Population Training and Research Unit (POPUNIT) (Demography and Population) Director: I. Kalule-Sabiti History: Acquired present status Academic Staff 2007 MEN WOMEN TOTAL FULL-TIME 2,510 2,741 5,251 STAFF WITH DOCTORATE FULL-TIME PART-TIME Student Numbers 2007 All (Foreign Included) 8,510 11,553 20,063 FOREIGN ONLY 1,462 1,816 3,278 Part-time students, 19,032. Distance students, 11,556. Note: Including Vaal Triangle Campus students Last Updated: 07/05/07 MAFIKENG CAMPUS Private Bag X2046, Mmabatho 2735 Tel: +27(18) Fax:+27(18) Website: Rector: Dan Kgwadi Tel: +27(18) , Fax: +27(18) Applied Radiation Science and Technology Director: H. van der Linde; Community Law (Law) Director: J. Bodenstein Agriculture, Science and Technology (Agricultural Economics; Animal Husbandry; Biology; Chemistry; Environmental Studies; Geography; Mathematics; Nursing; Physics; Plant and Crop Protection) Dean: M. McPherson; Commerce and Administration (Accountancy; Business and Commerce; Economics; Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Management; Public Administration; Statistics) Dean (Acting): G.D. Setsetse; Education (Education) VAAL TRIANGLE CAMPUS PO Box 1174, Vanderbijlpark 1900 Tel: +27(16) Fax:+27(16) Website: Rector: Piet Prinsloo Tel: +27(16) , Fax: +27(16) Vaal Triangle Dean: A.M.C. Theron Schools Basic Sciences (History; Management; Philosophy; Political Science; Public Administration; Theology) Director: T.C. Rabali; Behavioural Sciences (Behavioural Sciences; Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Psychology; Sociology) Director: C. de W. van Wyk; Economic Sciences (Accountancy; Commercial Law; Economics; Management; Taxation) Director: P. Lucouw; Educational Sciences (Curriculum; Educational Administration; Educational Psychology; Educational Sciences; Pedagogy) Director: E. Fourie; Languages (African Languages; Afrikaans; Communication Studies; Dutch; English; French; German; Modern Languages) Director: J.L. Kruger; Modelling Sciences (Information Technology) Director: D.B. Jordaan History: Founded Acquired present status RHODES UNIVERSITY (RU) PO Box 94, Grahamstown, Eastern Cape 6140 Tel: +27(46) Fax:+27(46) Website: 3332

9 Vice-Chancellor: Saleem Badat (2006-) Tel: +27(46) , Fax: +27(46) Registrar: Stephen Fourie Tel: +27(46) , Fax: +27(46) International Relations: Marius Vermaak, Dean Tel: +27(46) , Fax: +27(46) Mathematics Education Projects (Mathematics Education) Director: Rose Spanneberg; Public Service Accountability Monitor (Criminology; Psychology) Director: Colm Allan Commerce (Accountancy; Business and Commerce; Commercial Law; Economics; Information Technology; Management; Statistics) Dean: Arthur Webb; Education (Education; Environmental Studies) Dean: George Euvrard; Humanities (African Languages; Afrikaans; Anthropology; Arts and Humanities; Dutch; English; English Studies; Fine Arts; French; German; Greek; History; International Relations; Italian; Journalism; Latin; Linguistics; Media Studies; Music; Photography; Political Science; Psychology; Social Work; Sociology; Theatre) Dean: Fred Hendricks; Law (Commercial Law; Law) Dean: Rob Migley; Pharmacy (Pharmacology; Pharmacy) Dean: Izzy Kanfer; Science (Applied Mathematics; Biochemistry; Biological and Life Sciences; Botany; Chemistry; Earth Sciences; Economics; Entomology; Environmental Studies; Ergotherapy; Fishery; Geography; Geology; Information Sciences; Management; Marine Biology; Mathematics; Microbiology; Physical Therapy; Physics; Psychology; Statistics; Zoology) Dean: Pat Terry Institutes Aeronomy (Ionospheric Research Group - Hermanus Magnetic Observatory) (Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering) Director: Lee-Ann McKinnell; Aquatic Biodiversity (Aquaculture) Director: Paul Skelton; Social and Economic Research (Economics; Social Sciences) Director: Valerie Møller; Study of English in Africa (English; Literacy Education; Writing) Director: Laurence Wright; Water Research (Water Management) Director: Denis Hughes Research Institutes Biopharmaceutics (Biology; Pharmacology; Pharmacy) Dean: Izzy Kanfer History: Founded 1904 as University College, became Constituent College of the University of South Africa 1918 and incorporated as independent University An autonomous institution receiving financial support from the State. Governing Bodies: University Council; Senate Academic Year: February to November (February-April; April-June; July-September; September-November) Fees: (Rands): 17,720 per annum International Co-operation: With universities in USA, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Sweden. Accrediting Agencies: National Department of Education; Higher Education Quality Committee; Council on Higher Education Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree: Arts (BA); Arts (Human Movement Studies) (BA); Commerce (Bcom); Economics (Becon); Science (BSc); Social Sciences (BSocSc), 3 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Education (Bed), 1 yr following first degree; Bachelor s Degree: Fine Arts (BFineArt); Journalism and Media Studies (BJourn); Laws (LLB); Music (BMus); Pharmacy (BPharm); Primary Education (BPrimEd), 4 yrs; Bachelor Honours Degree: a further yr; Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree: a further 1-2 yrs; Doctorate: 2 yrs. The Bachelor (Honours) Degree is awarded in the same fields of study as the Bachelor s Degree. Also Undergraduate Diplomas Student Services: Nursery Care, Cultural Centre, Sports Facilities, Language Programs, Handicapped Facilities, Health Services, Canteen, Social Counselling, Employment Services, Foreign Student Adviser, Foreign Studies Centre, Academic Counselling Student Residential Facilities: For 2,700 students on campus Special Facilities: Rhodes University Museum; National English Literary Museum; Albany Museum Libraries: Central Library, 33,108 vols; Cory Library for Historical Research, 40,000; International Library of African Music Publications: Head of Department s Guide (annually); Rhodes Review (biannually); Statistical Digest (annually); University Calendar (annually); Vice-Chancellor s Annual Review (annually) Academic Staff : Total 317 Student Numbers : Total 5,590 Last Updated: 22/12/06 STELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITY/UNIVERSITEIT STELLENBOSCH Private Bag X1, Matieland 7602 Tel: +27(21) Fax:+27(21) Website: Rector and Vice-Chancellor: Russel Botman Tel: +27(21) Registrar: Johan Aspeling Tel: +27(21) , Fax: +27(21) International Relations: Robert Kotzé Tel: +27(21) , Fax: +27(21) Bureaus Bioengineering (Tygerberg) (Bioengineering) Head: J.F. Coetzee; Continuing Theological Training and Research (Theology) Director: C.W. Burger; Economic Research (Economics) Director: B.W. Smit; Industrial Mathematics (Mathematics and Computer Science) Head: G.J.F. Smit Advanced Manufacturing-SENROB (SENROB) (Production Engineering) Director: C.J. Fourie; Applied Ethics (Beyers Naude Centre for Public Theology) (Ethics) Director: N.N. Koopman; Bible Translation (Bible; Translation and Interpretation) Director: C.H.J. van der Merwe; Care and Rehabilitation of the Disabled (Rehabilitation and Therapy) Head: G. Mji; Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) Director: K.D. Palmer; Geographical Analysis (Geography) Director: J.H. van der Merwe; Global Competitiveness Director: N.D. du Preez; Higher and Adult Education (Adult Education; Higher Education) Director: C.A. Kapp; International and Comparative Politics (Comparative Politics; International Studies) Director: P.V.D.P. du Toit; Invasion Biology (CIB) (Biology); Knowledge Dynamics and Decision- Making (Leadership) Director: J. Kinghorn; Language (Afrikaans; English; Native Language) Director: L.G. de Stadler; Language and Speech Technology Director: J.C. Roux; Leadership Studies (Leadership); Military Studies (Saldanha) (Military Science) Director: L. du Plessis; Molecular and Cellular Biology (Tygerberg) (Cell Biology; Molecular Biology) Director: P.D. van Helden; Process Engineering (Engineering Management) Director: A.J. Burger; Research Science and Technology (Technology) Director: J. Mouton; Statistical Consultation (Statistics) Director: D.G. Nel; Teaching and Learning (Pedagogy) Director: F.J. Cilliers; Theatre and Performance Studies (Performing Arts; Theatre) Director: T. Hauptfleisch AgriSciences (Agricultural Economics; Agriculture; Agronomy; Entomology; Food Science; Forest Products; Forestry; Genetics; Horticulture; Oenology; Plant Pathology; Soil Science; Viticulture; Zoology) Dean: L. van Huyssteen; Arts and Social Sciences (African Languages; Afrikaans; Arts and Humanities; Chinese; Dutch; English; Environmental Studies; Fine Arts; French; Geography (Human); German; History; Information Sciences; Journalism; Linguistics; Music; Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology; Social Work; Sociology; Theatre) Dean: H.J. Kotzé; Economic and Management Sciences (Accountancy; Actuarial Science; Business Administration; Economics; Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Public Administration; Statistics; Transport Engineering) Dean: J.U. de Villiers; Education (Curriculum; Education; Educational Sciences; Psychology) Dean: Y. Waghid; Engineering (Applied 3333

10 Mathematics; Automation and Control Engineering; Civil Engineering; Computer Engineering; Construction Engineering; Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Engineering; Engineering Management; Hydraulic Engineering; Industrial Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Transport Engineering) Dean: A. Schoonwinkel; Health Sciences (Tygerberg) (Anaesthesiology; Anatomy; Biochemistry; Cardiology; Child Care and Development; Community Health; Dermatology; Forensic Medicine and Dentistry; Gynaecology and Obstetrics; Haematology; Histology; Medical Technology; Microbiology; Neurology; Nursing; Nutrition; Oncology; Ophthalmology; Orthopedics; Otorhinolaryngology; Paediatrics; Pathology; Pharmacology; Physical Therapy; Physiology; Plastic Surgery; Psychiatry and Mental Health; Radiology; Speech Therapy and Audiology; Surgery; Urology; Virology) Dean: W.L. Van der Merwe; Law (Commercial Law; Law; Private Law; Public Law) Dean (Acting): Gerhard Lubbe; Military Science (Saldanha) (Military Science) Dean (Acting): E. van Harte; Science (Biochemistry; Botany; Chemistry; Computer Science; Geology; Mathematics; Microbiology; Organic Chemistry; Physics; Physiology; Zoology) Dean (Acting): Doug Rawlings; Theology (Theology) Dean: E. Mouton Institutes Applied Computer Science (Computer Science) Director: A.E.S. Krzesinski; Futures Research (Bellville) (Futurology) Director: A. Roux; Industrial Engineering (Industrial Engineering) Director: K. von Leipzig; Mathematical Sciences (African, Muizenberg) (Mathematics); Mathematics and Science Teaching (Mathematics Education; Science Education) Director: J.H. Smit; Plant Biotechnology (Botany) Director: J. Kossmann; Polymer Science (Polymer and Plastics Technology) Director: R.D. Sanderson; Sports Science (Sports) Director: E. Terblanche; Structural Engineering (Building Technologies) Director: P.E. Dunaiski; Theoretical Physics (Physics) Director: H.B. Geyer; Thermodynamics and Mechanics (Mechanics; Physics) Director: J.L. van Niekerk; Transport Technology (Transport Engineering) Director: F. Hugo; Wine Bio-Technology (Biotechnology; Oenology; Viticulture) Chair: M.A. Vivier; Wood and Fibre (Forest Products) Units Central Analytical Facility Director: G. Stevens; Cranio-Facial Unit; Educational Psychology (Social Science Psychology) (Educational Psychology) Head: R. Newark; Environmental Technology (Environmental Engineering) Director: J.H. Knoetze; Intelligent Processing Systems Director: C. Aldrich; Mathematics Education (Mathematics Education) Head: A.I. Olivier; Process Technology Director: S.M. Bradshaw; Respiratory Research Director: C.T. Bolliger; Systems Modelling and Analysis Director: J.F. Bekker History: Founded 1866 as College, became independent University An autonomous Institution receiving financial support from the State. Governing Bodies: University Council; University Senate Academic Year: February to December (February-March; April- June; July-September; October-December) Admission Requirements: Matriculation Certificate or Certificate of Exemption issued by the Joint Matriculation Board Fees: (Rands): Tuition, 10,000-25,000 per annum Main Language(s) of Instruction: Afrikaans, English International Co-operation: With universities in Austria; Belgium; China; Eritrea; Finland; France; Gabon; Germany; Hungary; Korea; Malaysia; Mexico; Namibia; Netherlands; Norway; Romania; Russian Federation; Sudan; Sweden; Uganda; United Kingdom; USA and Zambia Accrediting Agencies: Ministry of Education Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree: Accountancy (BAcc); Agricultural Production and Management (BAgric); Arts (BA); Commerce (BC); Drama (BD); Military Science (BMil); Science (BSc), 3 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Agricultural Economics (BAgricAdmin); Conservation Ecology (BSc); Crop Production; Animal Production; Wine Production (BScAgric); Dietetics (BSc); Education (BEd); Engineering (BEng); Fine Arts (BA); Food Science (BScFoodSc); Forestry and Natural Resources Sciences (BScFor); Law (LLB); Music (BMus); Occupational Therapy (BOccTher); Physiotherapy (BSc); School Counselling (BEdPsych); Social Work (BA); Speech, Language and Hearing Therapy (BSL and HT); Theology (BTh), 4 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Law (LLB), 3 yrs following first degree; Bachelor s Degree: Medicine and Surgery (MBChB), 6 yrs; Bachelor Honours Degree: a further yr; Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree: a further 1-2 yrs; Doctorate: at least 3 yrs. The Bachelor (Honours) Degree is awarded in the same fields of study as the Bachelor s Degree. Student Services: Sports Facilities, Language Programs, Foreign Student Adviser, Handicapped Facilities, Health Services, Academic Counselling, Social Counselling, Employment Services, Canteen, Foreign Studies Centre Student Residential Facilities: For 7,006 students Special Facilities: University Museum; John R. Ellerman Resource Centre (Zoology). University Gallery. Botanical Garden. Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Studies. Libraries: J.S. Gericke Library, total, 1,065,187 vols Publications: Annual Report; Matieland; Research Report; University of Stellenbosch Annales Academic Staff MEN WOMEN TOTAL FULL-TIME Student Numbers All (Foreign Included) 10,715 11,203 21,918 FOREIGN ONLY 1,701 Distance students, 164. Last Updated: 22/05/07 TSHWANE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY (TUT) Private Bag X680, Staatsartillerie Road, Pretoria West, Pretoria, Gauteng 0001 Tel: +27(12) Fax:+27(12) Website: Vice-Chancellor: Errol Tyobeka Tel: 27(12) Registrar: Nico Stofberg Tel: +27(12) Agriculture, Health and Natural Sciences (Agricultural Management; Agriculture; Animal Husbandry; Applied Mathematics; Biomedical Engineering; Biomedicine; Biotechnology; Chemistry; Crop Production; Dental Technology; Dentistry; Environmental Studies; Food Technology; Geology; Health Sciences; Horticulture; Laboratory Techniques; Landscape Architecture; Meat and Poultry; Natural Resources; Natural Sciences; Nursing; Occupational Health; Oncology; Pharmacy; Physics; Radiology; Sports; Sports Medicine; Veterinary Science; Water Science); Arts (Dance; Fashion Design; Film; Fine Arts; Graphic Arts; Graphic Design; Handicrafts; Interior Design; Jewelry Art; Multimedia; Music; Performing Arts; Photography; Singing; Textile Design; Theatre); Economics and Finance (Accountancy; Economics; Finance; Human Resources; Management; Marketing; Public Administration); Engineering and Built Environment (Architecture; Automotive Engineering; Building Technologies; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Construction Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Electronic Engineering; Engineering; Hydraulic Engineering; Industrial Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Metallurgical Engineering; Polymer and Plastics Technology; Power Engineering; Production Engineering; Structural Architecture; Surveying and Mapping; Telecommunications Engineering; Transport Engineering; Transport Management); Humanities (Arts and Humanities; Business and Commerce; Civil Security; Communication Studies; Educational Administration; Educational Sciences; Educational Technology; Journalism; Law; Mathematics Education; Modern Languages; Police Studies; Public Administration; Public Relations; Science Education; Technology Education); Information and Communication Technology (Artificial Intelligence; Business Computing; Computer Engineering; Computer Networks; Information Technology; Multimedia; Software Engineering); Management Sciences (Business Administration; Food Science; Hotel and Restaurant; Hotel Management; Human Resources; Labour and Industrial Relations; Leadership; Leisure Studies; Management; Marketing; Nutrition; Parks and Recreation; Sports Management; Tourism; Transport Management) 3334

11 History: Founded Acquired present status and title 2004 following merger of Technikon Northern Gauteng, Technikon North- West and Technikon Pretoria. Governing Bodies: Council Academic Year: January to December Admission Requirements: Matriculation Certificate or Certificate of Exemption issued by the Joint Matriculation Board Fees: (Rands): c. 10,000-17,000 per annum, Afrikaans International Co-operation: With universities in Africa; Europe; Asia; Australia and USA. Accrediting Agencies: Education Department, South African Government Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree; Bachelor of Technology: 4 yrs; Master of Technology: a further 2 yrs; Master s Degree (Med; MBA); Doctor of Technology: a further 3 yrs following MTech; Doctorate Student Services: Language Programs, Handicapped Facilities, Health Services, Canteen, Employment Services, Foreign Student Adviser, Nursery Care, Academic Counselling, Social Counselling, Sports Facilities, Foreign Studies Centre Student Residential Facilities: Yes Publications: Annual Report (annually) Academic Staff : Total 2,700 Student Numbers : Total: c. 60,000 Last Updated: 22/05/07 UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN (UCT) Bremner Bldg., Private Bag X3, Rondebosch, Cape Town 7701 Tel: +27(21) Fax:+27(21) Website: Vice-Chancellor: Njabulo S. Ndebele ( ) Tel: +27(21) , Fax: +27(21) Registrar: Hugh Theodore Amoore Tel: +27(21) International Relations: Loveness Kaunda Tel: +27(21) , Fax: +27(21) Commerce (Accountancy; Business Administration; Computer Science; Economics; Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Information Sciences; Management) Dean: Melvin Ayogu; Engineering and Built Environment (Architecture and Planning; Building Technologies; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Computer Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Town Planning) Dean: C.T O Connor; Health Sciences (Health Sciences; Medicine; Nursing; Physical Therapy; Speech Therapy and Audiology; Surgery) Dean: Marian Jacobs; Humanities (Arts and Humanities; Dance; Fine Arts; Music; Performing Arts; Social Sciences) Dean: Paula Ensor; Law (Law; Philosophy) Dean: Hugh Corder; Science (Applied Mathematics; Archaeology; Astronomy and Space Science; Biochemistry; Botany; Chemistry; Computer Science; Environmental Studies; Geography; Marine Science and Oceanography; Mathematics; Microbiology; Natural Sciences; Physics; Statistics; Zoology) Dean: Kathy Driver Graduate Schools Business (Business Administration); Humanities (Arts and Humanities) History: Founded 1829 as College by local community, acquired official status Became University by Act of Parliament 1916 and granted Charter An autonomous institution receiving financial support (50%) from the State. Open to all who meet the academic requirements, regardless of colour, race, sex or religion. Governing Bodies: University Council; University Senate Academic Year: February to December (February-April; April-June; July-September; September-December) Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree: Allied Health Professions and Sciences; Business Science (BBusSc); Electrical Engineering; Electro-Mechanical Engineering; Engineering (BScEng); Laws (LLB); Logopaedics and Physiotherapy; Music, 4 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Architecture and Planning (BAS, 3 yrs, BArch (further 3 yrs)); Medicine and Surgery (MBChB), 6 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Arts (BA); Commerce (BCom); Science (BSc); Social Sciences (BSocSc), 3 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Chemical Engineering; Bachelor s Degree: Civil Engineering, 5 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Education (BEd), 1 yr following first degree; Bachelor Honours Degree: a further yr; Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree: a further 1-2 yrs; Doctorate: 2-3 yrs. The Bachelor (Honours) Degree is awarded in the same fields of study as the Bachelor s Degree. Also Undergraduate Diplomas. Student Services: Sports Facilities, Language Programs, Social Counselling, Foreign Student Adviser, Cultural Centre, Employment Services, Canteen, Foreign Studies Centre, Academic Counselling, Handicapped Facilities, Health Services Student Residential Facilities: For c. 5,500 students Special Facilities: Irma Stern Museum (Fine Arts Collection). Bolus Herbarium Libraries: 9 branch Libraries, total, c. 1.1m. vols; 29,000 electronic journals Publications: Acta Juridica (annually); Bolus Herbarium Contributions (annually); Centre for African Studies Communications (annually); Mathematics Colloquium (annually); Research Report (annually); Responsa Meridiana (annually); Sea Changes (biannually); Social Dynamics (biannually); Studies in History of Cape Town (annually); UCT News (annually) Academic Staff MEN WOMEN TOTAL FULL-TIME 2,975 PART-TIME 3,800 Student Numbers All (Foreign Included) 10,457 10,943 21,400 FOREIGN ONLY 3,878 Last Updated: 27/04/07 UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE Private Bag X1314, Alice, Eastern Cape Province 5700 Tel: +27(40) Fax:+27(40) Website: Vice-Chancellor: Derrick Ian Swartz Tel: +27(40) , Fax: +27(40) Registrar: Nothemba Mrwetyana Tel: +27(40) , Fax: +27(40) Theology and Religion (Religion; Theology) Deputy Head: D. Williams Education (Education; Teacher Training) Dean: Denise Zinn; Law (Nelson R. Mandela School of Law) (Commercial Law; Human Rights; Law; Private Law; Public Law) Dean: Patrick C. Osode; Management and Commerce (Accountancy; Business Administration; Business and Commerce; Economics; Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Information Management; Management; Public Administration) Dean: Reckson Thakhathi; Science and Agriculture (Agricultural Economics; Agriculture; Agronomy; Animal Husbandry; Biochemistry; Botany; Chemistry; Entomology; Geography; Geology; Mathematics; Microbiology; Nursing; Physics; Zoology) Dean: Jan Raats; Social Sciences and Humanities (Arts and Humanities; Social Sciences) Dean: J.P. Hendricks Institutes Rural Education and Development (Nelson Mandela Institute, NMiRED) (Agricultural Education) 3335

12 Schools Business and Enterprise (Accountancy; Business Administration; Business and Commerce; Economics; Human Resources; Information Management; Leadership); Humanities (Arts and Humanities; Fine Arts; Linguistics; Modern Languages); Initial Teacher Education (SITE) (Teacher Training) Director: P.M. Mahlangu; In- Service Programmes (SISP) (Education; Mathematics Education; Science Education; Technology Education) Director: M. van der Walt; Postgraduate Studies (Education; Teacher Training) Director: G. Moyo; Public Management and Development (Development Studies; Management); Social Sciences (Human Resources; Psychology; Social Sciences; Social Work; Sociology) Further Information: Also East London and Bhisho Campuses History: Founded 1916 as South African Native College by the United Free Church of Scotland. Affiliated to Rhodes University Transferred to Department of Bantu Education Acquired present status 2004 following incorporation of East London Campus of Rhodes University. Governing Bodies: University Council; University Senate Academic Year: January to December (January-April; April-June; July-September; September-December) International Co-operation: UNESCO Oliver Tambo Chair of Human Rights Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree: Arts (BA); Commerce (BComm); Financial Law (BProcLaw); Jurisprudence (BJuris); Law (LLB); Nursing (BCur); Pedagogy (BPaed); Science (BSc); Theology (BTheol); Bachelor Honours Degree: a further yr; Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree: a further 1-2 yrs; Doctorate: 1-2 yrs. The Bachelor (Honours) Degree is awarded in the same fields of study as the Bachelor s Degree. Also Undergraduate Diplomas. Student Residential Facilities: Yes Special Facilities: F.S. Malan Museum. De Beers Centenary Art Gallery Libraries: Central Library (Howard Pimm collection of Africana) c. 140,000 vols Publications: Fort Harian (3 per annum); Papers Student Numbers : Total: c. 8,550 Last Updated: 22/05/07 UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG (UJ) PO Box 524, Auckland Park, Johannesburg, Gauteng 2006 Tel: +27(11) Fax:+27(11) Website: Rector and Vice-Chancellor: Ihron Rensburg (2006-) Tel: +27(11) , Fax: +27(11) Vice-Rector: Derek Van der Merwe Tel: +27(11) , Fax: +27(11) International Relations: James H.P. Ellis Tel: +27(11) , Fax: +27(11) Comparative Tax Law Studies (Also: Sports Law) (Criminology; Fiscal Law; Labour Law; Social Welfare); Human Resource Management (Labour and Industrial Relations); Information and Knowledge Management (Information Management); Metropolitan and Regional Studies (Sanlam Centre) (Regional Studies); Optical Engineering (Optical Technology); Sociological Research (Sociology); Sports Science and Biokinetics (Sports); Teaching and Learning (Educational Technology) Arts, Design and Architecture (Architecture; Ceramic Art; Clothing and Sewing; Fashion Design; Fine Arts; Graphic Design; Industrial Design; Interior Design; Jewelry Art; Multimedia) Executive Dean: Marian Sauthoff; Economics and Financial Sciences (Accountancy; Administration; Banking; Business Computing; Econometrics; Economics; Finance) Executive Dean (Acting): Amanda Dempsey; Education (Computer Education; Education; Educational Administration; Educational Psychology; Educational Sciences; Mathematics Education; Science Education; Technology Education) Dean: Sarah Gravett; Engineering and the Built Environment (Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Computer Engineering; Construction Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Electronic Engineering; Engineering; Engineering Management; Mechanical Engineering; Metallurgical Engineering; Mining Engineering; Power Engineering; Real Estate; Regional Planning; Surveying and Mapping; Town Planning); Health Sciences (Anatomy; Biomedical Engineering; Chiropractic; Health Sciences; Homeopathy; Nursing; Optometry; Physiology; Podiatry; Public Health; Radiology; Sports Medicine; Stomatology) Executive Dean: André Swart; Humanities (African Languages; Afrikaans; Anthropology; Arabic; Arts and Humanities; Bible; Communication Studies; Development Studies; English; French; German; Government; Greek (Classical); Hebrew; History; Information Sciences; Linguistics; Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology; Social Work; Sociology; Sports Management; Staff Development) Dean: Rory Ryan; Law (Criminal Law; Fiscal Law; Labour Law; Law) Executive Dean: J.M. Otto; Management (Business Administration; Health Administration; Human Resources; Information Management; Information Technology; Management; Marketing; Operations Research; Public Relations; Sports Management; Tourism; Transport Management) Executive Dean: John Luiz; Science (Applied Mathematics; Aquaculture; Biochemistry; Botany; Chemistry; Environmental Management; Geography; Geology; Information Technology; Leisure Studies; Mathematics; Physics; Statistics; Zoology) Dean: I.C. Burger Institutes Child and Adult Guidance (Child Care and Development); Energy Studies (Energy Engineering); Islam Studies (Islamic Studies); Law (International Law; Private Law) Schools Complementary Health (Health Sciences); Nursing (Nursing); Public Health (Public Health); Sports and Movement Sciences (Sports); Teacher Training (Teacher Training); Tourism and Hospitality (Cooking and Catering; Hotel Management; Tourism) History: University established 2005 following merger between Rand Afrikaans University (RAU, founded 1966) and former Technikon Witwatersrand (TWR, founded 1903), after the preceding incorporation of the former East Rand and Soweto campuses of the former Vista University into RAU in Governing Bodies: University Council; Management Executive Committee; University Senate Academic Year: January to November (January-June; July- November) Fees: (Rands): 12,000 per annum; Honours, 11,000; Postgraduate, Master s coursework, 12,000; Master s dissertation, 6,000; Doctoral, 6,000, Afrikaans undergraduate also only on APK campus International Co-operation: With universities in Europe, USA and Far Eastern Countries Degrees and Diplomas: National Diploma: Education, 2 yrs; Bachelor s Degree; Bachelor Honours Degree: a further yr; Bachelor of Technology; Postgraduate Diploma; Master of Technology; Master s Degree; Doctor of Technology; Doctorate. The Bachelor (Honours) Degree is awarded in the same fields of study as the Bachelor s Degree Student Services: Social Counselling, Canteen, Cultural Centre, Sports Facilities, Employment Services, Foreign Student Adviser, Academic Counselling, Language Programs, Handicapped Facilities Student Residential Facilities: Yes Special Facilities: Museums: Geology; Zoology and Anthropology. Art Collection Libraries: 420,448 vols Publications: Communicare, (Communication Studies) (annually); Discourse/Diskoers, Opinion Journal (biannually); Education as Change (biannually); Ekklesiastikos Pharos (quarterly); Health SA (quarterly); Higher Education Bulletin (bimonthly); Medieval Studies (biannually); Quarterly Econometric Forecast (quarterly); South 3336

13 African Journal of Information Management (quarterly); The Journal of Industrial Psychology (3 per annum); The SA Journal of Human Resource Management (3 per annum); UJ Magazine (biannually) Academic Staff MEN WOMEN TOTAL FULL-TIME 320 STAFF WITH DOCTORATE FULL-TIME 190 Student Numbers All (Foreign Included) 26,374 28,457 54,831 FOREIGN ONLY 1,232 Distance students, 2,348. Evening students, 9,021. Last Updated: 22/05/07 * UNIVERSITY OF KWAZULU-NATAL (UKZN) Private Bag X54001, King George V Avenue, Glenwood, Durban, Kwazulu-Natal 4041 Tel: +27(31) Fax:+27(31) Website: Vice-Chancellor: Malegapuru William Makgoba Tel: +27(31) , Fax: +27(31) Registrar: Edith Mneney Colleges Health Sciences (Anaesthesiology; Anatomy; Biochemistry; Cardiology; Community Health; Dental Hygiene; Dental Technology; Dentistry; Dermatology; Endocrinology; Forensic Medicine and Dentistry; Gastroenterology; Gerontology; Gynaecology and Obstetrics; Haematology; Laboratory Techniques; Microbiology; Molecular Biology; Nephrology; Neurology; Nursing; Occupational Health; Occupational Therapy; Oncology; Ophthalmology; Optics; Optometry; Orthopedics; Otorhinolaryngology; Paediatrics; Pathology; Pharmacology; Pharmacy; Physiology; Plastic Surgery; Pneumology; Psychiatry and Mental Health; Public Health; Radiology; Rehabilitation and Therapy; Rheumatology; Speech Therapy and Audiology; Sports Medicine; Surgery; Urology; Virology) Education (Education); Engineering (Agricultural Engineering; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Computer Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Electronic Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Surveying and Mapping); Humanities, Development and Social Sciences (Architecture; Arts and Humanities; Cognitive Sciences; Communication Disorders; Communication Studies; Criminology; Development Studies; Economics; Education; English; Environmental Management; Geography; Information Technology; Labour and Industrial Relations; Law; Management; Media Studies; Music; Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology; Social Sciences; Social Work; Theatre; Theology; Tourism; Translation and Interpretation; Visual Arts); Law (Child Care and Development; Commercial Law; Criminology; International Law; Law; Private Law; Public Law); Management Studies (Accountancy; Business Administration; Business and Commerce; Finance; Human Resources; Management); Science and Agriculture (Agricultural Management; Agriculture; Applied Mathematics; Applied Physics; Biochemistry; Biological and Life Sciences; Botany; Cell Biology; Chemistry; Computer Science; Ecology; Entomology; Environmental Management; Environmental Studies; Genetics; Geography; Horticulture; Information Technology; Marine Biology; Mathematics; Microbiology; Molecular Biology; Physics; Plant Pathology; Soil Science; Statistics; Water Science; Zoology) Further Information: Also Legal Aid Clinic. Advice desk for abused women History: Founded 2004 following the merger of the University of Durban-Westville and the University of Natal. Governing Bodies: University Council Academic Year: February to December (February-March; April- June; July-September; October-December) Admission Requirements: Matriculation certificate or certificate of Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree; Bachelor Honours Degree: a further yr; Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree: a further 1-2 yrs; Doctorate: 1-2 yrs Last Updated: 07/04/08 * UNIVERSITY OF LIMPOPO (UL) Private Bag X1106, Turfloop Campus, Sovenga, Limpopo 0727 Tel: +27(15) Fax:+27(15) Website: Vice-Chancellor: Mahlo Mokgalong Tel: +27(15) , Fax: +27(16) Pharmacovigilance (Medunsa Campus) (Pharmacology) Health Sciences (Medunsa Campus) (Anaesthesiology; Anatomy; Applied Physics; Cardiology; Child Care and Development; Clinical Psychology; Community Health; Dental Technology; Dentistry; Dermatology; Dietetics; Epidemiology; Forensic Medicine and Dentistry; Genetics; Gynaecology and Obstetrics; Haematology; Health Administration; Health Sciences; Histology; Hygiene; Immunology; Medical Technology; Medicine; Microbiology; Molecular Biology; Neurology; Nursing; Nutrition; Occupational Health; Occupational Therapy; Oncology; Ophthalmology; Optometry; Oral Pathology; Orthodontics; Orthopedics; Otorhinolaryngology; Paediatrics; Pathology; Periodontics; Pharmacology; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy; Physiology; Plastic Surgery; Psychiatry and Mental Health; Public Health; Radiology; Speech Therapy and Audiology; Sports Medicine; Stomatology; Surgery; Urology; Virology) Executive Dean: S.M. Mokgokong; Humanities (Turfloop Campus) (African Languages; African Studies; Anthropology; Archaeology; Arts and Humanities; Child Care and Development; Communication Studies; Continuing Education; Criminal Law; Criminology; Education; Educational Administration; Educational Sciences; Educational Technology; English; Fine Arts; Folklore; Foreign Languages Education; History; Information Sciences; Linguistics; Mathematics Education; Media Studies; Modern Languages; Performing Arts; Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology; Psychotherapy; Science Education; Social Sciences; Social Work; Sociology; Technology Education; Translation and Interpretation) Executive Dean: L.J. Teffo; Management and Law (Turfloop Campus) (Accountancy; Business Administration; Commercial Law; Criminal Law; Development Studies; Economics; Environmental Studies; Labour Law; Law; Leadership; Management; Private Law; Public Administration; Public Law) Executive Dean: L.G. Buberwa; Science and Agriculture (Turfloop Campus) (Agricultural Economics; Agricultural Engineering; Agriculture; Animal Husbandry; Applied Mathematics; Aquaculture; Biochemistry; Biological and Life Sciences; Biotechnology; Botany; Chemistry; Computer Science; Demography and Population; Environmental Studies; Geography; Geography (Human); Mathematics; Microbiology; Mineralogy; Operations Research; Physics; Physiology; Soil Science; Statistics; Surveying and Mapping) Executive Dean: N.M. Mollel Graduate Schools Leadership (Turfloop Campus) (Business Administration; Development Studies; Leadership; Public Administration) Director: A. de Villiers Institutes Community Service (Medicos, Medunsa Campus); Human Nutrition (Medunsa Campus) (Nutrition) Schools Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (Turfloop Campus) (Agricultural Economics; Agricultural Engineering; Agriculture; Animal Husbandry; Aquaculture; Botany; Demography and Population; Environmental Studies; Geography; Geography (Human); Soil Science; Surveying and Mapping) Director: P.W. Mashela; Computational and Mathematical Sciences (Turfloop Campus) (Applied Mathematics; Computer Science; Mathematics; Operations Research; Statistics) Director: H.J. Siweya; Dentistry (Medunsa Campus) (Community Health; Dental Technology; Dentistry; Hygiene; Oral Pathology; Orthodontics; Periodontics; Radiology; Stomatology; Surgery) Director: T.S. Gugushe; Economics and 3337

14 Management (Turfloop Campus) (Accountancy; Business Administration; Development Studies; Economics; Management; Public Administration) Director: H.J. Pietersen; Education (Turfloop Campus) (Child Care and Development; Communication Studies; Continuing Education; Education; Educational Administration; Educational Sciences; Educational Technology; Foreign Languages Education; Mathematics Education; Modern Languages; Science Education; Social Sciences; Technology Education) Director: L. Cherian; Health Care Sciences (Medunsa Campus) (Clinical Psychology; Dietetics; Health Sciences; Nursing; Nutrition; Occupational Therapy; Optometry; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy; Speech Therapy and Audiology; Sports Medicine) Director: N. Ebrahim; Languages and Communication Studies (Turfloop Campus) (African Languages; Communication Studies; English; Fine Arts; Information Sciences; Linguistics; Media Studies; Modern Languages; Performing Arts; Swahili; Translation and Interpretation) Director: R.N. Madadze; Law (Turfloop Campus) (Commercial Law; Criminal Law; Environmental Studies; Labour Law; Law; Private Law; Public Law) Director: R. Letseku; Medicine (Medunsa Campus) (Anaesthesiology; Anatomy; Applied Physics; Cardiology; Child Care and Development; Community Health; Dermatology; Gynaecology and Obstetrics; Histology; Medical Technology; Medicine; Neurology; Occupational Health; Oncology; Ophthalmology; Orthopedics; Otorhinolaryngology; Paediatrics; Pharmacology; Physiology; Plastic Surgery; Psychiatry and Mental Health; Public Health; Radiology; Surgery; Urology) Director: P.S. Mntla; Molecular and Life Sciences (Turfloop Campus) (Biochemistry; Biological and Life Sciences; Biotechnology; Microbiology; Molecular Biology; Physiology) Director: R.W. Becker; Pathology (Medunsa Campus) (Anatomy; Forensic Medicine and Dentistry; Genetics; Haematology; Immunology; Microbiology; Molecular Biology; Pathology; Virology) Director: H.F. Joubert; Physical and Mineral Sciences (Turfloop Campus) (Chemistry; Mineralogy; Physics; Water Science) Director: S.P. Songca; Public Health (Medunsa Campus) (Community Health; Epidemiology; Health Administration; Health Sciences; Occupational Health; Public Health) Director: K. Mokwena; Social Sciences (Turfloop Campus) (Anthropology; Archaeology; Criminal Law; Criminology; Educational Psychology; Folklore; History; Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology; Psychotherapy; Social Sciences; Social Work; Sociology) Director: S.L. Sithole Units Experimental Animal Studies Further Information: Also Polokwane Medical Campus in Polokwane, Limpopo Province History: Founded An autonomous institution receiving financial support from the Central Government. Acquired present status and title 2005, following the merger of former Medical University of Southern Africa (MEDUNSA) and former University of the North (UNIN). Governing Bodies: University Council; University Senate Academic Year: January to November (January-June; June- November) or South Africa Quality Authority (SAQA) Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree; Bachelor Honours Degree; Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree; Doctorate Student Services: Academic Counselling, Health Services, Canteen, Social Counselling, Nursery Care, Cultural Centre, Sports Facilities, Foreign Studies Centre Student Residential Facilities: Yes Libraries: Unin Library, 140,000 vols; Medunsa Library, 80,000 vols, 581 periodicals. Other holdings are in the Polokwane Medical Campus Library Publications: Variety of periodicals in terms of disciplines and programmes offered Academic Staff MEN WOMEN TOTAL FULL-TIME 1, ,600 Student Numbers All (Foreign Included) 7,430 7,386 14,816 FOREIGN ONLY Last Updated: 16/05/07 UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA/UNIVERSITEIT VAN PRETORIA (TUKS) Lynnwood Road, Hatfield, Pretoria 0002 Tel: +27(12) Fax:+27(12) Website: Vice-Chancellor and Principal: CWI Pistorius (2001-) Tel: +27(12) , Fax: +27(12) Registrar: NJ Grové Tel: +27(12) , Fax: +27(12) International Relations: R. Crewe Tel: +27(12) , Fax: +27(12) Bureaus Economic Policy and Analysis (Economics) Director: N Schoeman; Financial Analysis (Finance) Director: LM Brummer; STA- TOMET (Statistics) Director: GJ Van Zyl Academia Latina Director: C Schuman; Advanced Corporate and Insolvency Law (Law) Director: DA Burdette; Augmentative and Alternative Communication (Communication Studies) Director: E Alant; Biomedical Research (Biomedicine) Director: M Smuts; Business and Professional Ethics (Business and Commerce; Ethics) Director: K Dobie; Child Law (Law) Director: CJ Davel; Contextual Ministry Director: M Nel; Continued Theological Training (Theology) Director: PR du Toit; Corrosion Engineering (Engineering) Director: PC Pistorius; Early Intervention in Communication Pathology (Communication Disorders) Director: B Louw; Education Law and Policy (Educational Administration) Director: HJ Joubert; Electromagnetism Director: J Joubert; Environmental Biology and Biological Control (Biology) Director: L Korsten; Environmental Economics and Policy in Africa (African Studies; Environmental Management) Director: R Hassan; Environmental Studies (Environmental Studies) Director: W Ferguson; Equine Research Director: AJ Guthrie; Geoinformation Sciences Director: P van Helden; Heritage and History Director: KL Harris; Human Rights (Human Rights) Director: CH Heyns; International Political Studies (International Studies; Political Science) Head: H Solomon; Land Related, Regional and Development Policy (Development Studies; Regional Planning; Rural Planning) Director: Nic Olivier; Leisure Studies (Leisure Studies) Head: AE Goslin; Microfinance Director: GK Coetzee; Music Education (Music; Music Education) Director: H Potgieter; New Electricity Studies Director: JE Calmeyer; Nutrition (Nutrition) Director: A Oelofse; Radio and Digital Communications Director: L Linde; Research in the Politics of Language Director: VN Webb; Research on Magnetic Ore Deposits Director: SA de Waal; Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (Mathematics Education; Science Education; Technology Education) Director: LC Jita; Sport Sciences (Sports) Director: DC Janse van Rensburg; Stomatological Research (Dentistry; Stomatology) Director: SJ Botha; Teletraffic Engeering in an Information Society Director: P Penzhorn; Theology and Community (Theology) Director: PR du Toit; Transport Development Director: A Visser; Water Biology (Biology) Director: E Cloete; Welding Engineering (Metal Techniques) Director: M du Toit; Wildlife Management (Wildlife) Director: J du P Bothma Chairs UNESCO-IICBA Director: TS Phendla Economics and Management Sciences (Economics; Finance; Management; Marketing; Public Administration) Dean: C Koornhof; Education (Education; Educational Sciences; Teacher Training) Dean: JD Jansen; Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology (Engineering; Information Technology; Town Planning) Dean: RF Sandenbergh; Health Sciences (Dentistry; Health Sciences; Medicine; Public Health) Dean: TJ Mariba; Humanities (Arts and Humanities; Modern Languages; Social Sciences) Dean: ME Muller; Law (Commercial Law; Law; Private Law; Public Law) Dean: CH Heyns; Natural and Agricultural Sciences (Agriculture; Biology; Computer Science; Food Science; Mathematics; Natural Sciences; Physics) Dean: A Stro h; Theology 3338

15 (Ethics; History of Religion; Religious Practice; Religious Studies; Theology) Dean: CJA Vos; Veterinary Science (Anatomy; Physiology; Veterinary Science) Dean: GE Swan Graduate Schools Management (Management) Director: MJD Ward Institutes Agricultural Extension (SA) (Agricultural Management; Agriculture) Director: GH Du vel; Applied Materials Director: W Focke; Business Science (Gordon) (Business and Commerce) Director: N Binedell; Forestry and Agricultural Biotechnology (Biotechnology; Forestry) Director: MJ Wingfield; Gender Studies (Gender Studies) Director: JD Triegaardt; Life Sciences (AEK) (Biological and Life Sciences) Director: IC Dormehl; Micro-electronics (Carl & Emily Fuchs) Director: M du Plessis; Missiological and Ecumenical Research (ISWEN) (Religion; Religious Studies); Southern African Tax Director: NJ Schoeman; Sport Research (Sports) Director: PE Kru ger; Strategic Studies Director: M Hough; Technological Innovation Director: A Pouris Research African Vegetation and Plant Diversity Director: G Bredenkamp; UP Biomed Director: RKW Auer Research Institutes Industrial Metals and Minerals Director: T von Moltke; Mammal Director: EZ Cameron Research Units Conservation Ecology (Ecology) Head: R van Aarde Units Applied Materials Director: W Focke; Forensic Accounting Director: D du Plessis; Language and Speech (Modern Languages; Speech Studies) Head: HSS Willemse; Nitrogen Fixation Head: E Steenkamp; Research and Advancement of Public Sector Accountablility, Investment and Trade Policy Director: C Harmse Further Information: Campus companies: Continuing Education at University of Pretoria (training for non-degree purposes) and Business Enterprises at University of Pretoria (contract research and services) History: Founded 1908 by the Transvaal Government, became separate University College in 1910 and autonomous University in Financially supported by the State. Incorporated Mamelodi Campus of Vista University in Governing Bodies: University Council, comprising 30 members; University Senate Academic Year: January to November (2 semesters: January- June; July-November) exemption issued by the Matriculation Board. Specific admission requirements set per programme Fees: (Rands): c. 13,500-18,500 per annum Main Language(s) of Instruction: Afrikaans, English Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree: 3-4 yrs; Bachelor Honours Degree: a further yr; Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree: a further 2 yrs; Doctorate (PhD): a further 2 yrs. The Honours Degree is awarded in the same fields of study as the Bachelor s Degree. Also Professional Bachelor Degrees, 4 yrs, and Undergraduate Diplomas, 1-2 yrs Student Services: Sports Facilities, Employment Services, Canteen, Foreign Studies Centre, Health Services Student Residential Facilities: For 6,800 students Special Facilities: Anton van Wouw House Museum; Edoardo Villa Museum; Mapungubwe Museum; Van Tilburg Collection; Kya Rosa (historical landmark) University Art Collection. Also Client Service Centre (student advisory and administration services), Psychological services, Career consultants, Student development and Facilities for handicapped students. Libraries: Academic Information Service, c. 1.1m. vols Publications: Ad Destinatum, Commemorative Volumes of the University of Pretoria (every 8 to 10 yrs); Annual Review (annually); Guide to Expertise, Information in the fields of expertise of academic personnel at the University (on CD only) (annually); Prospectus, Corporate profile (annually); Research Report, Report on research outputs (annually); Tukkie, Newsletter for alumni (Every 6 months); Tukkievaria, Staff Newsletter (24 per annum) Academic Staff 2006 TOTAL FULL-TIME 1,914 PART-TIME 167 STAFF WITH DOCTORATE FULL-TIME 661 PART-TIME 25 Student Numbers 2004 All (Foreign Included) 38,389 FOREIGN ONLY 2,441 Distance students, 10,837. Last Updated: 26/04/07 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA/ UNIVERSITEIT VAN SUID-AFRIKA (UNISA) PO Box 392, Gauteng 0003 Tel: +27(12) Website: Vice-Chancellor: Nyamenko Barney Pityana (2004-) Tel: +27(12) , Fax: +27(12) Pro-Vice-Chancellor: Neo Mathabe International Relations: Nicolas Bwakira Tel: +27(12) , Fax: +27(12) African Renaissance Studies (African Studies) Colleges Agriculture and Environmental Science (Agriculture; Biological and Life Sciences; Consumer Studies; Ecology; Environmental Studies; Geography; Zoology); Economics and Management Sciences (Accountancy; Banking; Business Administration; Economics; Finance; Human Resources; Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Insurance; Management; Marketing; Public Administration; Retailing and Wholesaling; Taxation; Tourism; Transport Economics; Transport Management) Dean: M. Shahia; Human Sciences (African Languages; Afrikaans; Ancient Religions; Anthropology; Arabic; Archaeology; Art History; Arts and Humanities; Christian Religious Studies; Classical Languages; Communication Studies; Development Studies; Education; Educational Sciences; English; European Languages; Health Sciences; History; Information Sciences; Linguistics; Literature; Modern Languages; Musicology; New Testament; Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology; Public Administration; Religion; Religious Studies; Social Sciences; Social Work; Sociology; Teacher Trainers Education; Theology; Visual Arts); Law (Civil Security; Commercial Law; Criminal Law; Criminology; Law; Police Studies; Private Law); Science, Engineering and Technology (Chemical Engineering; Chemistry; Civil Engineering; Computer Engineering; Computer Science; Electrical Engineering; Engineering; Industrial Engineering; Mathematics; Mathematics Education; Mechanical Engineering; Mining Engineering; Physics; Science Education; Statistics; Technology) Graduate Schools Business Leadership (Business Administration; Leadership) Further Information: School for Graduate Studies in the College of Human Sciences History: Founded 1873 as University of Cape of Good Hope. Renamed University of South Africa, Became distance education university, Acquired present status 2004 following merger with Technikon South Africa and Vista University Distance Education Centre (VUDEC). Governing Bodies: University Council; University Senate Academic Year: January to December (January-May; June- December) 3339

16 Fees: (Rands): Undergraduate, c ,300 per annum; postgraduate, c. 2,500-3,500, Afrikaans International Co-operation: With universities in Africa; Europe; North America and Asia Degrees and Diplomas: National Diploma: Animal Health; Horticulture; Nature Conservation; Civil Law; Correctional Service Management; Policing; Security Risk Management; Public Relations Management; Archival Studies; Library and Information Studies; Engineering: Civil, Electrical, Industrial, Mechanical, Chemical and Mining; Information Technology; Mine Surveing, Pulp and Paper Technology; Surface Mining; Finance and Accounting (Public); Financial Information Systems; Human Resource Management; Internal Auditing; Local Government Finance; Logistics; Management Sevices; Management; Office Management and Technology; Operations Management; Public Management; Marketing; Accounting; Administrative Management (General and Financial); Banking; Commercial Practice; Cost and Management Accounting; Credit Management; Economic Management Analysis; Entrepreneurship; Explosives Management; Real Estate; Safety Management; Transport Economics; Tourism Management; Taxation; Bachelor s Degree: Commerce; Arts; Theology; Science; Consumer Science; Human Ecology; Social Work; Visual Arts; Information Science, Psychology; Education; Banking; Administration; Accounting Science; Business Administration; Bachelor Honours Degree; Bachelor of Technology: Agricultural Management; Horticulture; Nature Conservation; Archival Studies; Library and Information Studies; Business Administration; Banking; Cost and Management Accounting; Marketing; Credit Management; Economic Management Analysis; Explosives Management; Finance and Accounting (Public); Human Resource Development; Human Resource Management; Internal Auditing; Corporate Administration; Correctional Services Management; Forensic Investigations; Policing; Security Risk Management; Local Government Finance; Logistics; Labour Relations Management; Management; Operations Management; Public Management; Quality; Safety Management; Tourism Management; Transport Economics; Taxation; Real Estate; Real Estate with separation in : Property Marketing, Property Practice, Property Valuation; Postgraduate Diploma; Master of Technology; Master s Degree; Doctorate Student Services: Academic Counselling, Handicapped Facilities, Health Services, Nursery Care, Social Counselling, Employment Services, Canteen Special Facilities: Archeology and Anthropology Museum; Art Gallery; Music Foundation; Little theatre; Archives and Special Collection Libraries: Central Library, c. 1.5m. vols; 7,000 periodicals Publications: African Education Review (formerly Educare) (biannually); African Journal of Nursing and Midwifery (Unisa) (2 per annum); Africanus (biannually); Codicillus (biannually); Commonwealth Youth & Development (2 per annum); Communicatio (biannually); Critical Arts (biannually); De Arte (biannually); English Academy Review (EAR) (biannually); Fundamina (2 per annum); International Jounal of African Renaissance Studies (2 per annum); Journal for Semitics (2 per annum); Journal of Literary Studies (4 per annum); Kleio (name change in 2007 to African Historical Review) (biannually); Language Matters (2 per annum); Missionalia (2 per annum); Mousaion (biannually); Musicus (biannually); Muziki (2 per annum); Myth & Symbol (2 per annum); New South African Outlook (2 per annum); New Voices in Psychology (formerly Psychologia) (2 per annum); Politeia (3 per annum); Progressio (biannually); Religion and Theology, Copublished with Brill Academic Publishers (4 per annum); SA Journal of Higher Education (6 per annum); Scrutiny 2 (2 per annum); Slavic Almanac (2 per annum); South African Historical Journal (2 per annum); South African Journal of African Languages (2 per annum); Unisa Latin American Report (2 per annum) Press or Publishing House: Unisa Press Academic Staff 2005 MEN WOMEN TOTAL FULL-TIME ,308 Student Numbers 2006 All (Foreign Included) 100, , ,654 FOREIGN ONLY 7,134 8,268 15,402 Evening students, 5,700. Last Updated: 30/03/07 UNIVERSITY OF THE FREE STATE/ UNIVERSITEIT VAN DIE VRYSTAAT (UFS/UV) PO Box 339, Bloemfontein, Free State 9300 Tel: +27(51) Fax:+27(51) Website: Rector and Vice-Chancellor: Frederick Van Niekerk Fourie (2003-) Tel: +27(51) , Fax: +27(51) International Relations: A.J.A. Niemann Tel: +27(51) Economic and Management Sciences (The Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences consists of 5 departments, 3 centres and 1 school) (Accountancy; Business Administration; Economics; Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Management; Public Administration) Dean: Tiene (M.J.) Crous; Health Sciences (The Faculty of Health Sciences consists of 37 departments, 1 centre and 3 schools) (Anaesthesiology; Anatomy; Applied Chemistry; Applied Physics; Biological and Life Sciences; Biology; Cardiology; Cell Biology; Child Care and Development; Community Health; Dermatology; Forensic Medicine and Dentistry; Gynaecology and Obstetrics; Haematology; Health Administration; Health Sciences; Medical Technology; Medicine; Microbiology; Neurology; Neurosciences; Nursing; Nutrition; Occupational Therapy; Oncology; Ophthalmology; Optometry; Orthopedics; Otorhinolaryngology; Paediatrics; Pathology; Pharmacology; Physical Therapy; Plastic Surgery; Psychiatry and Mental Health; Radiology; Surgery; Urology) Dean: Letticia Moja; Humanities (The Faculty of Humanities consists of 24 departments, 4 centres and 1 school) (African Languages; African Studies; Afrikaans; Anthropology; Art History; Asian Studies; Behavioural Sciences; Classical Languages; Communication Disorders; Criminology; Curriculum; Demography and Population; Dutch; Education; Educational Administration; Educational Psychology; Educational Research; English; Fine Arts; French; German; Health Sciences; History; Information Sciences; International and Comparative Education; Music; Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology; Social Work; Sociology; Technology Education; Theatre) Dean: Gerhardt W. de Klerk; Law (The Faculty of Law consists of 6 departments, 6 centres and 1 school) (Civil Law; Commercial Law; Comparative Law; Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Ethics; Forensic Medicine and Dentistry; History of Law; Human Rights; International Law; Labour Law; Law; Private Law) Dean: Johann J. Henning; Natural and Agricultural Sciences (The Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences consists of 20 departments and 4 centres) (Agricultural Economics; Agricultural Management; Applied Mathematics; Architecture; Biochemistry; Botany; Chemistry; Computer Science; Construction Engineering; Crop Production; Electronic Engineering; Entomology; Environmental Management; Farm Management; Food Technology; Geography; Geology; Instrument Making; Mathematics; Meteorology; Microbiology; Natural Sciences; Optical Technology; Physics; Regional Planning; Soil Science; Statistics; Town Planning; Water Science; Wildlife; Zoology) Dean: Herman D. van Schalkwyk; Theology (The Faculty of Theology consists of 7 departments and 1 centre) (Bible; History of Religion; Missionary Studies; New Testament; Religious Studies; Theology) Dean: Hermie C. van Zyl History: Founded 1855 by Sir George Grey and established as Grey University College Became University of the Orange Free State An autonomous institution receiving financial support from the State. Acquired present status following incorporation of Polokwane Campus of the University of the North in 2003 and Bloemfontein Campus of Vista University in Governing Bodies: University Council Academic Year: February to December (February-March; April- June; July-September; October-December) Fees: (Rands): 9,000-13,000; graduate, 7,800-9,000 Main Language(s) of Instruction: Afrikaans, English Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree; Bachelor Honours Degree; Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree; Doctorate. Also Undergraduate Diplomas or Certificates 3340

17 Student Services: Cultural Centre, Canteen, Academic Counselling, Social Counselling, Foreign Student Adviser, Nursery Care, Employment Services, Language Programs, Handicapped Facilities, Health Services, Sports Facilities Student Residential Facilities: For maximum 3,579 students (main campus) and 905 students (Qwaqwa campus) Special Facilities: Drama and Theatre Studio. Scaena Theatre and Wynand Mouton Theatre. Johannes Stegmann Art Gallery. Odeion Music Theatre Libraries: Central Library, c. 436,340 vols. Libraries of: Medicine, Music, Agriculture Publications: Acta Academica; Acta Theology; Acta Varia; Bult, News magazine; Dumela, Staff newsletter; Odeion Newsletter; Qwaqwa news, Staff newsletter on the Qwaqwa campus; Thakaneng news; Transforma, Fact sheet on the UFS transformation process Press or Publishing House: University Press Academic Staff : Total 3,623 Student Numbers : Total 24,789 Last Updated: 05/02/07 UNIVERSITY OF THE WESTERN CAPE/ UNIVERSITEIT VAN WES-KAAPLAND (UWC) Private Bag X17, Bellville, Western Cape 7535 Tel: +27(21) Fax:+27(21) Website: Rector and Vice-Chancellor: Brian O Connel (2000-) Tel: +27(21) , Fax: +27(21) Registrar: Ingrid Muller International Relations: Janine Paulsen Tel: +27(21) , Fax: +27(21) Arts (Afrikaans; Anthropology; Arts and Humanities; English; Environmental Studies; Ethics; French; Gender Studies; Geography; German; History; Information Sciences; Latin; Library Science; Linguistics; Native Language; Philosophy; Religion; Sociology; Theology; Tourism; Women s Studies) Dean: Stanley Ridge; Community and Health Sciences (Community Health; Dietetics; Health Sciences; Home Economics; Nursing; Occupational Therapy; Physical Education; Physical Therapy; Psychology; Public Health; Social Work; Sports) Dean: Ratie Mpofu; Dentistry (Community Health; Dentistry; Oral Pathology; Orthodontics; Periodontics; Radiology) Dean: Mohamed Moola; Economics and Management Sciences (Accountancy; Computer Science; Economics; Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Management; Political Science; Public Administration; Statistics) Dean: Chris Tapscott; Education (Adult Education; Computer Education; Continuing Education; Education; Educational Sciences; Mathematics Education) Dean: Zubeida Desai; Law (Administrative Law; Civil Law; Commercial Law; Comparative Law; Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; European Union Law; Human Rights; Labour Law; Law; Private Law) Dean: Najma Moosa; Science (Anatomy; Biology; Biomedicine; Biotechnology; Botany; Chemistry; Computer Science; Earth Sciences; Environmental Studies; Geology; Mathematics; Natural Sciences; Pharmacy; Physics; Physiology; Statistics; Zoology) Dean: Jan van Bever Donker History: Founded 1959 as University College of the University of South Africa, became independent University Acquired present status 2004, following incorporation of the School of Dentistry of the University of Stellenbosch. An autonomous institution receiving financial support from the State. Governing Bodies: University Council, comprising the Rector, 2 Vice-Rectors, 8 members appointed by the State President, 2 elected by the Senate, 4 elected by Convocation, 1 elected by Donors, 1 nominated by the City Council of Bellville, 2 elected by Principals of secondary schools Academic Year: February to December (February-June; July- December) Fees: (Rands): Tuition, undergraduate, c. 12,000-22,000 per annum; foreign students, c. 20,230-28,070 International Co-operation: With universities in USA; Germany; Norway; Netherlands; Belgium; France; Sweden; Canada Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree: Administration (BAdmin); Arts (BA); Commerce (BComm); Economics (BEcon); Financial Law (BProcLaw); Jurisprudence (BJuris); Oral Health (BOH); Science (BSc); Theology (BTh), 3 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Dental Surgery (BChD), 5 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Education (BEd), 4 yrs (new course); BEd (Hons), 1 yr following first degree and Teacher s Diploma or BEd 4 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Law (LLB); Nursing (BCur); Pharmacy (BPharm), 4 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Library Science (BBibl), 4 yrs (3 yrs as from 2008); Bachelor Honours Degree: a further yr; Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree: a further 1-2 yrs; Doctorate: by thesis. The Bachelor (Honours) Degree is awarded in the same fields of study as the Bachelor s Degree. Also Diplomas Student Services: Nursery Care, Handicapped Facilities, Health Services, Foreign Studies Centre, Academic Counselling, Foreign Student Adviser, Cultural Centre, Social Counselling, Employment Services, Sports Facilities, Language Programs, Canteen Student Residential Facilities: For c. 3,120 students Special Facilities: Cape Flats Nature Reserve. Archives. Mayibuye Historical and Cultural Centre Libraries: Central Library and specialized libraries, total, 263,059 vols; 1,314 periodicals Publications: Campus Bulletin; UWC News Press or Publishing House: Publications Committee (in association with David Philip, Publisher) Academic Staff 2006 MEN WOMEN TOTAL FULL-TIME Student Numbers 2006 All (Foreign Included) 5,987 8,855 14,842 FOREIGN ONLY ,393 Part-time students, 3,190. Last Updated: 25/04/07 * UNIVERSITY OF THE WITWATERSRAND, JOHANNESBURG (WITS) Private Bag 3, Johannesburg, Gauteng 2050 Tel: +27(11) Fax:+27(11) Website: Vice-Chancellor: Loyiso Nongxa (2001-) Tel: +27(11) Deputy Vice-Chancellor: B. Bozzoli Commerce, Law and Management (Accountancy; Business Administration; Business and Commerce; Development Studies; Economics; Information Technology; Law; Management; Public Administration) Executive Dean (Acting): K. Munro; Engineering and the Built Environment (Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering; Architecture and Planning; Civil Engineering; Construction Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Environmental Engineering; Industrial Engineering; Information Technology; Materials Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Mining Engineering) Dean: Beatrys M. Lacquet; Health Sciences (Anatomy; Dentistry; Health Sciences; Medicine; Nursing; Occupational Therapy; Oral Pathology; Pathology; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy; Physiology; Public Health; Rehabilitation and Therapy) Dean: Helen Laburn; Humanities and Social Sciences (Adult Education; African Languages; African Studies; Anthropology; Art History; Arts and Humanities; Classical Languages; Education; English; Fine Arts; French; German; History; International Relations; Italian; Linguistics; Media Studies; Music; Philosophy; Political Science; Portuguese; Psychology; Social Sciences; Social Work; Sociology; Spanish; Special Education; Speech Therapy and Audiology; Theatre; Translation and Interpretation) Dean: Tawana Kupe; Science (Actuarial 3341

18 Science; Applied Mathematics; Archaeology; Botany; Cell Biology; Chemistry; Computer Science; Earth Sciences; Environmental Studies; Geography; Mathematics; Mathematics and Computer Science; Molecular Biology; Natural Sciences; Physics; Statistics; Zoology) Dean: Ramesh Bharuthram Further Information: Also 80 Research Units, Institutes, and Programmes History: Founded 1896 as School of Mines at Kimberley. Incorporated in Transvaal Technical Institute 1904, renamed South African School of Mines and Technology Became University College 1920 and University An autonomous institution receiving financial support from the State. Governing Bodies: University Council; University Senate Academic Year: February to November (February-June; July- November) exemption issued by the Matriculation Board Fees: (Rands): First year, 11,500-27,600 Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree (BSc): 3 yrs; Bachelor Honours Degree: a further yr; Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree: a further 1-2 yrs; Doctorate: 1-2 yrs. Also Undergraduate Diplomas Student Services: Cultural Centre, Sports Facilities, Handicapped Facilities, Academic Counselling, Social Counselling, Health Services, Employment Services, Canteen, Foreign Studies Centre Student Residential Facilities: For 4,500 students in 18 residences Special Facilities: Origins Centre; 14 museums and 2 art galleries; Planetarium; Performing Arts Theatre Libraries: Wartenweiler Library, total 1m. vols; William Cullen Library houses a number of specialist research libraries and special collections Publications: Annual Survey of South African Law (annually); English Academy Review (annually); Palaeontologia Africana (annually); South African Statistical Journal (biannually) Press or Publishing House: Wits University Press Academic Staff 2005 MEN WOMEN TOTAL FULL-TIME ,083 Student Numbers 2005 All (Foreign Included) 12,120 12,080 24,200 FOREIGN ONLY 1,460 Last Updated: 07/04/08 UNIVERSITY OF VENDA Private Bag X5050, Thohoyandou, Limpopo 0950 Tel: +27(15) Fax:+27(15) Website: Vice-Chancellor (Acting): J. Leatt Tel: +27(15) , Fax: +27(15) Registrar: K C Nemadzivhanani Tel: +27(15) Health, Agriculture and Rural Development (Agricultural Economics; Agricultural Engineering; Agriculture; Animal Husbandry; Food Science; Forestry; Health Sciences; Horticulture; Nursing; Nutrition; Physical Therapy; Plant and Crop Protection; Psychology; Public Health; Rural Studies; Soil Science; Sports) Executive Dean: Nkinki Sophie Shai-Mahoko; Humanities, Law and Management Sciences (Accountancy; African Languages; Anthropology; Business Administration; Commercial Law; Criminal Law; Economics; Educational Administration; English; History; Hotel Management; Human Resources; Human Rights; International Law; Labour and Industrial Relations; Linguistics; Mathematics; Music; Philosophy; Political Science; Private Law; Psychology; Public Administration; Public Law; Science Education; Social Sciences; Social Work; Theology; Tourism) Executive Dean: Matabole Dorothy Rocky Ralebipi-Simela; Natural and Applied Sciences (Biochemistry; Biological and Life Sciences; Botany; Chemistry; Earth Sciences; Engineering; Environmental Studies; Geological Engineering; Mathematics; Microbiology; Mining Engineering; Physics; Rural Planning; Statistics; Town Planning) Executive Dean: Peter Hastings Omara-Ojungu History: Founded Acquired present status Governing Bodies: Council, comprising 32 members Academic Year: January to December (January-March; April-June; July-September; September-December) Fees: (Rands): Tuition, undergraduate, c. 9,410-19,260 per annum; postgraduate, c. 10,670-11,840 International Co-operation: With universities in USA Accrediting Agencies: Council on Higher Education (CHE) Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree: Administration (BAdmin); Commerce (BCom), 3 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Agriculture (BAgric); Arts (BA); Economics (BEcon); Jurisprudence (Bjuris, LLB Undergraduate); Science (BSc), 3-4 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Education (BEd), 1 yr following first degree; Bachelor s Degree: Laws (LLB), 2 yrs following first degree; Bachelor Honours Degree: a further yr; Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree: a further 1-2 yrs; Doctorate: 1-2 yrs. The Bachelor (Honours) Degree is awarded in the same fields of study as the Bachelor s Degree. Also Undergraduate Diplomas Student Services: Sports Facilities, Language Programs, Handicapped Facilities, Health Services, Social Counselling, Nursery Care, Academic Counselling, Canteen Student Residential Facilities: For 1,665 students Special Facilities: Experimental Farm and Food Science and Technology Processing Plant Libraries: University of Venda Library, 99,000 vols; 958 periodicals Publications: Journal of Educational Studies (2 per annum) Academic Staff MEN WOMEN TOTAL FULL-TIME PART-TIME STAFF WITH DOCTORATE FULL-TIME PART-TIME Student Numbers 2006 All (Foreign Included) 5,613 5,668 11,281 FOREIGN ONLY Last Updated: 23/05/07 UNIVERSITY OF ZULULAND/UNIVERSITEIT VAN ZULULAND (UNIZUL) Private Bag X1001, Kwa-Dlangezwa, KwaZulu-Natal 3886 Tel: +27(35) Website: Vice-Chancellor and Rector: Rachel Gumbi (2003-) Tel: +27(35) , Fax: +27(35) Registrar: G.S. Maphisa Tel: +27(35) /33 Arts (African Languages; Afrikaans; Arts and Humanities; Communication Studies; Criminology; Development Studies; English; History; Library Science; Linguistics; Music; Nursing; Philosophy; Psychology; Social Work; Sociology; Theatre; Tourism) Dean: N.V. Makunga; Commerce, Administration and Law (Accountancy; Banking; Business Administration; Economics; Government; Human Resources; Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Insurance; Law; Political Science; Public Administration) Dean: B.C. Shrestha; Education (Education; Educational Administration; Educational Psychology; Educational Sciences) Dean: S.N. Imenda; Science and Agriculture (Agricultural Economics; Agriculture; Animal Husbandry; Applied Mathematics; Biochemistry; Botany; Chemistry; Computer Science; Consumer Studies; Environmental Management; Geography; Health Sciences; Hydraulic Engineering; Mathematics; Meteorology; Microbiology; Natural Sciences; Nutrition; Physics; Rural Planning; Rural Studies; Sports; Statistics; 3342

19 Tourism; Water Management; Water Science; Zoology) Dean: D.P. Ferreira; Theology and Religious Studies (Bible; Ethics; Religious Practice; Theology) Dean: J.A. Loubser History: Founded 1959 as University College for Zulu and Swazi students. Became University An autonomous institution receiving financial support from the State. Governing Bodies: Council; Senate Academic Year: February to November (February-March; April- June; July-September; October-November) Fees: (Rands): 12,575 (without accommodation); 17,695 (accommodation inclusive) per annum International Co-operation: With Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; Chicago State University; Bergen University of Norway; Radford University; Elisabeth City State University; University of Manchester Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree: Arts (BA); Commerce (BCom); Library Science (BBibl); Pedagogy (BPaed); Science (BSc); Theology (BTh), 3-4 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Education (BEd), 1 yr following first degree; Bachelor s Degree: Laws (LLB), 4 yrs; Bachelor Honours Degree: a further yr; Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree: a further 1-2 yrs; Doctorate: 1-2 yrs. The Bachelor (Honours) Degree is awarded in the same fields of study as the Bachelor s Degree. Also Undergraduate Diplomas Student Services: Cultural Centre, Sports Facilities, Language Programs, Health Services, Academic Counselling, Social Counselling, Canteen Libraries: c. 279,789 vols Publications: Isigijimi (quarterly); Journal of Psychology (biannually); Paedonomia (biannually) Academic Staff 2006: Total 737 Student Numbers 2006: Total 10,205 Last Updated: 27/04/07 VAAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY Private Bag X021, Vanderbijlpark 1900 Tel: +27(16) Fax:+27(16) Website: Vice-Chancellor and Principal: I.N. Moutlana (1996-) Tel: +27(16) / 9275, Fax: +27(16) Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Resources and Planning: P. Naidoo Tel: +27(16) , Fax: +27(16) International Relations: Engela Pienaar Tel: +27(16) Departments Cooperative Education Head: Alpheus Maphosa Divisions Research Head: Jenny Pretorius Applied and Computer Science (Analytical Chemistry; Biological and Life Sciences; Chemistry; Community Health; Computer Science; Information Technology; Mathematics; Physics; Software Engineering) Dean: S.J. Modise; Engineering (Building Technologies; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Electronic Engineering; Engineering; Industrial Engineering; Metallurgical Engineering; Power Engineering; Production Engineering) Dean: D.A. Dicks; Human Sciences (Arts and Humanities; Ceramic Art; Clothing and Sewing; Education; Fine Arts; Food Science; Graphic Design; Law; Photography; Tourism) Dean: C.M. van der Bank; Management Sciences (Accountancy; Business Administration; Law; Management; Marketing; Public Relations; Retailing and Wholesaling; Staff Development; Tourism) Dean: B.J. du Preez Units Lifelong Learning (Continuing Education) Director: Dan Mokoena History: Founded 1966 as Vaal Triangle College for Advanced Technical Education. Acquired present title Governing Bodies: University Council Admission Requirements: Senior Certificate Fees: (Rands): 9,000 per annum International Co-operation: With universities in Argentina; Germany; United Kingdom; Australia; Netherlands Accrediting Agencies: Department of Education, Council on Higher Education, South African Qualifications Authority Degrees and Diplomas: National Diploma; Bachelor of Technology; Master of Technology: 1 yr; Doctor of Technology: 2 yrs Student Services: Cultural Centre, Foreign Studies Centre, Social Counselling, Foreign Student Adviser, Academic Counselling, Canteen, Sports Facilities, Language Programs, Handicapped Facilities, Health Services Student Residential Facilities: Yes Special Facilities: Art Gallery Libraries: Yes Academic Staff MEN WOMEN TOTAL FULL-TIME PART-TIME STAFF WITH DOCTORATE FULL-TIME PART-TIME 1 1 Student Numbers All (Foreign Included) 7,000 8,000 15,000 Part-time students, 2,000. Last Updated: 27/04/07 WALTER SISULU UNIVERSITY FOR TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE (WSU) Nelson Mandela drive, Mthatha Tel: +27(47) Website: Principal and Vice-Chancellor: Malusi Markus Balintulo Tel: +27(47) , Fax: +27(47) Registrar: Jayanthal Bhana Applied Technology (Consumer Studies; Design; Fashion Design; Fine Arts; Food Science; Hotel Management; Nutrition; Tourism; Urban Studies) Dean: N. Mpako; Business, Management and Law (Accountancy; Administration; Communication Studies; Economics; Hotel Management; Human Resources; Journalism; Law; Management; Marketing; Public Administration; Public Relations; Secretarial Studies; Small Business; Sports Management; Tourism) Dean: S. Rajkaran; Education (Adult Education; Business and Commerce; Consumer Studies; Continuing Education; Education; Educational Research; Humanities and Social Science Education; Mathematics Education; Modern Languages; Music Education; Science Education; Teacher Training; Technology Education) Dean: S. Ngubentombi; Health Sciences (Anaesthesiology; Anatomy; Biomedicine; Cardiology; Community Health; Dermatology; Embryology and Reproduction Biology; Gynaecology and Obstetrics; Haematology; Health Education; Nursing; Ophthalmology; Orthopedics; Otorhinolaryngology; Paediatrics; Pharmacology; Physiology; Pneumology; Psychiatry and Mental Health; Radiology; Surgery) Dean: L. Mazwai; Humanities and Social Sciences (African Languages; Afrikaans; English; Gender Studies; German; Library Science; Political Science; Psychology; Social Work; Sociology) Dean: N. Mijere; Science and Engineering (Applied Mathematics; Biological and Life Sciences; Botany; Chemical Engineering; Chemistry; Civil Engineering; Computer Engineering; Computer Networks; Computer Science; Construction Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Electronic Engineering; Engineering; Geography; Information Technology; Mathematics; Mechanical Engineering; Physical Chemistry; Physics; Software Engineering; Statistics) Dean (Acting): S.P.K. Boni 3343

20 SOUTH AFRICA Private Institutions History: Founded 2005 through merger of Border Technikon, Eastern Cape Technikon and the University of Transkei. Governing Bodies: Council Academic Year: January to November (January-June; July- November) exemption issued by the Matriculation Board Degrees and Diplomas: National Diploma; Bachelor s Degree: 3 yrs; Bachelor s Degree: Medicine and Surgery (MBChB), 5 yrs; Bachelor Honours Degree: a further yr; Bachelor of Technology; Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree: a further 2-3 yrs; Doctorate Student Residential Facilities: For c. 4,000 students Academic Staff : Total c. 2,300 Student Numbers : Total: c. 22,000 Last Updated: 23/03/07 PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS CRANEFIELD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT PO Box 73826, Lynnwood Ridge 0040 Tel: +27(12) Fax:+27(12) Website: Principal: Pieter Steyn Registrar: Alwyn Kruger Programmes Project Management (Management) Admission Requirements: National Diploma or equivalent and appropriate practical experience Degrees and Diplomas: Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree Last Updated: 23/05/07 DA VINCI INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT PO Box 1045, Rivonia 2125 Tel: +27(11) Fax:+27(11) Website: Director: Elsbeth Dixon Tel: +27(11) , Fax: +27(11) Programmes Management of Technology and Innovation (Engineering Management) Degrees and Diplomas: Master s Degree; Doctorate Last Updated: 23/05/07 DAMELIN EDUCATION GROUP PO Box 91714, Auckland Park 2006 Tel: +27(11) Fax:+27(11) Website: Chief Executive Offcier: Vivienne Velthuis Academies Equestrian Studies Commerce (Accountancy; Business Administration; Business and Commerce; Marketing) Schools Banking and Insurance (Banking; Insurance); Business and Management (Accountancy; Business and Commerce; Finance; Management; Marketing); Information and Technology (Communication Studies; Information Sciences; Information Technology; Media Studies); Leisure and Lifestyle (Cooking and Catering; Hotel Management; Leisure Studies; Tourism); Media and Design Technology (Design; Fashion Design; Film; Interior Design; Journalism; Mass Communication; Media Studies; Music; Photography; Public Relations; Radio and Television Broadcasting; Sound Engineering (Acoustics)) Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree; Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree Last Updated: 23/05/07 GREENSIDE DESIGN CENTRE, COLLEGE OF DESIGN PO Box 84190, Greenside 2034 Tel: +27(11) Fax:+27(11) Website: Chief Executive Officer: D. Laubscher Programmes Graphic Design (Graphic Design); Interior Design (Interior Design); Multimedia Design (Multimedia) Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree: 3 yrs; Bachelor Honours Degree: 5 yrs Last Updated: 24/05/07 IMM GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MARKETING PO Box 91820, Auckland Park 2006 Tel: +27(11) Fax:+27(11) Website: Chief Executive Officer: N. Venter Programmes Business Administration (Business Administration); Marketing (Marketing); Marketing Communication (Advertising and Publicity; Marketing; Public Relations); Personal Selling (Consumer Studies; Marketing); Retail Marketing (Marketing; Retailing and Wholesaling); Sales Management (Business Administration; Commercial Law; Management; Marketing) Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree; Postgraduate Diploma; Master s Degree Last Updated: 24/05/07 INDEPENDENT INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION (IIE) PO Box 2369, Randburg 2125 Tel: +27(11) Fax:+27(11) Website: Director: F. Coughlan Registrar: C.A. Freysen Tel: +27(46) , Fax: +27(11) Business (Accountancy; Advertising and Publicity; Business Administration; Business and Commerce; Finance; Management; Marketing; Secretarial Studies); Humanities and Applied Communication (Advertising and Publicity; Communication Studies; Graphic Design; Journalism; Leadership; Management; Media Studies; Psychology; Public Relations); Information Technology (Business Computing; Computer Engineering; Computer Networks; Graphic Design; Information Technology; Multimedia; Software Engineering); Leisure Studies (Hotel and Restaurant; Hotel Management; Leisure Studies; Sports Management; Tourism) Degrees and Diplomas: Bachelor s Degree; Postgraduate Diploma Last Updated: 24/05/

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