University of Johannesburg:
With four campuses located in the metropolitan area of the City of Johannesburg, the University of Johannesburg is an internationally-recognised South African university that provides expanding academic and technological knowledge and skills that promote growth and prosperity. We offer a wide range of Undergraduate, & Post-Graduate Certificate, Diploma, Degree and Doctorate programs to students from all over the world. Faculties and subject areas include Art, Design and Architecture; Economic and Financial Sciences; Education; Engineering and the Built Environment; Health Sciences; Humanities and Languages; Law; Management; Science.
- Distinguished Scholarship & Excellence in Teaching
The University of Johannesburg in South Africa aspires to be internationally recognised for its distinguished scholarship, excellence in teaching, reputable research and innovation.
It draws on existing and latent intellectual capacity, leadership and innovation in all communities and further afield. The UJ is continuing to deepen and expand diversity, one of its most valuable assets.
- Multi-cultural Environment
It is home to staff and students of different backgrounds, cultures, beliefs and languages.
With some 40,000 students, the UJ is one of the largest residential universities in the country, and sometimes "bigger is better" since it means a wider variety, more choices and richer opportunities.
- Comprehensive Range of Courses
The University offers a comprehensive range of learning programmes – from vocational and traditional academic to professional and postgraduate qualifications – and a host of high-performance, competitive and recreational sports, arts and cultural activities.
We offer a range of programmes at graduate and postgraduate level in the following areas: Art, Design & Architecture, Economic & Financial Science, Education, Engineering & the Built Environment, Health Sciences, Humanities, Law, Management and Science.
- Certificate Courses
- Diploma / National Diploma Programs
- B Tech Programs
- Bachelor Degree Courses
- Postgraduate Diploma
- Honours Courses
- M Tech Degree Courses
- Masters Degrees
- Doctorate Programs
With the exception of the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, which offers vocational and professional programmes only, all of the nine faculties offer a mixture of formative degree and vocational certficate and diploma programmes, although the mix differs substantially across the faculties.
Some of the faculties offer predominantly formative degree programmes, while others offer predominantly vocational programmes.
One of the major advantages of comprehensivity is the opportunity it offers to students to articulate between formative and vocational programmes and therefore the opportunity it offers to the institution to curriculate creatively and to offer a variety of academic and career pathways.
All faculties offer both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
Equipped with meeting places, restaurants, cafeterias, recreational facilities and even shops for added convenience, some of our campuses are like independent villages in the city!
Some of our student centres house banks, bookshops, a medical doctor, hairdresser, giftshops, Postnet and a supermarket.
If you are looking for a special treat, the Auckland Park Bunting Road Campuses, where the newly built School for Tourism and Hospitality is located, is the place to be.
The ever so popular Bistro, Waterford Restaurant and other facilities double as training facilities for food and beverage management students.
The venue is magnificent and the food - whether a sarmie or slice of cake, the appealing buffet or fine dining - absolutely superb.
The University of Johannesburg has four campuses – the Auckland Park Kingsway, Auckland Park Bunting Road, Doornfontein and Soweto campuses – which are located in the metropolitan area of the City of Johannesburg.
The campuses vary in size and each of them has its own character and culture contributing to the institution's rich diversity. A comprehensive campus development plan has been framed to ensure the optimal utilisation of all campuses.
This directs the growth and development of five sites of higher education delivery, each unique in its academic programme profile and capacity, but all sharing the objective to offer high-quality university education.
The University of Johannesburg has 22 residences in its three of its four campuses and four Day Houses in one campus.
These residences in total accommodate approximately 5,200 students (both) females and males. Details of our residences are as follows:-
- The Auckland Park Kingsway Campus (APK) has 10 residences and 4 day houses.
- The Auckland Park Bunting Road Campus (APB) has 5 residences.
- The Doornfontein Campus (DFC) has 8 residences.
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|Address: Auckland Park 2006, Johannesburg, South Africa|
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