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Wits enjoys a long history as one of the top universities on the African continent. We strive to be a leading, research-intensive institution that is both locally responsive and globally competitive. Wits also has a long history of providing a platform for the contestation of ideas. We have a firm commitment to social justice, and the institution has often played

Wits Postgraduate Application 2018 Approximately one third of the student body at Wits comprises postgraduate students. Wits is thus dedicated to providing quality training to postgraduate students as one means of ensuring a continuous supply of active and motivated researchers, while at the same time enriching the University’s undergraduate teaching. Download Wits Postgraduate Courses NB: Visit Wits website for more updated information and

Wits University admission requirements for Engineering Science Programme Minimum Admission Requirements  Selection procedures APS Subjects & achieved scale Bachelor of Science in the field of: Applied Computing Astronomy and Astrophysics Chemistry with Chemical Engineering Nuclear Sciences and Engineering 43 points and above English HL or 1st Add Lang - 5 Mathematics - 6 Physical Science - 6 Applicants between 40 - 42 points will be waitlisted subject to the availability of places Physical Sciences 42

WITS Civil and Environmental Engineering Civil engineering is “the practice of improving and maintaining the built environment to enhance the quality of life for present and future generations” (Institute of Civil Engineers, 1998). A primary focus for civil engineers is the planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of physical infrastructure – facilities that include water and waste management facilities; transportation and

Wits Architecture and Planning School The School of Architecture and Planning’s core activity is the provision of an excellent learning environment towards accredited professional degrees in: architecture  planning postgraduate qualification in related fields such as housing, urban design, sustainable and energy efficient cities and wider urban studies The School also supports research degrees at masters and PhD level. Two research entities are located

Wits University Engineering courses EBE (Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment) has the highest number of endowed professorships or chairs at the University of the Witwatersrand, and is home to seven schools: Architecture and Planning Civil and Environmental Engineering Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering Construction Economics and Management Electrical and Information Engineering Mechanical, Industrial & Aeronautical Engineering Mining Engineering We maintain strong links

How to calculate APS score at Wits university Admission Point Score Are you an applicant who is currently writing or completed the NSC matric? If you are, then please read the information below regarding admission requirements. NB: This is a guideline only. Meeting the requirements does not guarantee a place. Final selection is made subject to the availability of places, academic results and

Wits Medical school fees The average course costs range from R38728 to R48550, depending on the course and the number of years of study. Tuition fees are payable for each course for which a student is registered. Visit this link for detailed fee structure:

  Wits GEMP requirements South Africa has a critical need for well-trained, knowledgeable medical professionals who are able to provide health care services often with very limited resources. To honour our commitment to improving the lives of our fellow citizens and to address current shortage of well-educated and highly skilled doctors, the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg Faculty of Health Sciences has

Wits Medical School entry requirements Programme overview - Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBCh) The Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBCh) degree is a 6 year, full-time course. The degree course is the standard qualification for becoming a medical practitioner. Duties include the examination and diagnosis of patients, the prescription of medicines, performing of minor operations and the provision of