Tshwane University of Technology

TUT was established in 2004,  merging the former Technikon Northern Gauteng, Technikon North-WestTshwane_University_of_Technology_Logo and Technikon Pretoria. At the time of the merger, the uniquely South African institutional designation of “technikon” was dropped in favour for the internationally accepted “university of technology” designation. TUT annually enrols approximately 60 000 students.


Nelson Mandela University

Nelson Mandela University (formerly known as Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University NMMU), is based on six campuses in the Nelson Mandela Metropole and George. NMU brings together the best traditions of technikon and university education, in a new kind of university that offers a wide range of academic, professional and technological programmes. The University was renamed in 2017.


University of Limpopo

The University of Limpopo is the result of a merger between the former Medical University of Southern ul_logoAfrica and the University of the North, which merger occurred in 2005. The University nestles in the foothills of the Hwiti (Wolkberg range) in Mankweng, midway between Polokwane and the spectacular splendour of Magoebaskloof. […]

North-West University

The NWU is a multi-campus university with a footprint across two provinces. It was established onnwu-logo 1 January 2004 through the merger of two universities with very different histories, personalities and cultures: the Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education and the University of the North-West. The staff and students of the Sebokeng Campus of Vista University were also incorporated.


Stellenbosch University

The historical oak-lined university town amongst the Boland Mountains in the winelands of the Western Cape creates a unique campus atmosphere, which attracts local and foreign students alike. The suuniversity is amongst South Africa’s leading tertiary institutions based on research output, student pass rates and rated scientists, and is recognised internationally as an academic institution of excellence.


University of Pretoria

University of Pretoria currently has more than 50 000 students and has become one of the leading University_of_Pretoriahigher education institutions on the continent and indeed, in the world. It offers courses in both English and Afrikaans and has transformed from a mainly white, Afrikaner institution to a multicultural, multiracial university that offers quality education to South Africans from all walks of life.