The Stellenbosch University (SU) Open Day, which will take place on Saturday February 24, from 8.30am to 4pm, at the Stellenbosch and Tygerberg campuses, is the ideal opportunity for Grade 11 and 12 pupils to gain valuable information on studying at higher education institutions.
Visitors can obtain information on career choices, financial assistance, student fees, residence placement, accommodation and student life, while the student affairs division
in Bosman Street will provide information on housing on the Stellenbosch Campus as well as the various opportunities available to students making use of private accommodation.
Pupils interested in high performance sport can also interact with
the Maties Sport student athletes and sport managers on the Rooiplein.
Visitors are encouraged to start at the welcoming tent in front of the Conservatorium in Victoria Street.
Complete information on the day’s programme and information sessions are available here, while information officers deployed all over campus will also assist visitors.
Topics of the information sessions include:
Applying for admission and residence placement
How to choose a course of study
Student support (including students with special learning needs)
Safety on campus
Pupils are encouraged to register for the Open Day. Prospective students can also book for lunch in a SU residence at a cost of R60 as well as for transport to the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences on the Tygerberg Campus.
Register at: http://bit.ly/2ncjq
Visit www.maties.com for the complete Open Day programme with times and venues or contact 021 808 9111 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the light of the water crisis in the Western Cape those attending the Open Day are encouraged to take their own bottled water for personal consumption.
The university is offering access to a free career counselling questionnaire, available at www.gostudy.net/maties.
The questionnaire identifies appropriate fields of interest and links these to a variety of careers and study opportunities.
Prospective students can visit www.gostudy.net/maties, to find programmes they qualify for based
on their Grade 11 or 12 subjects
and marks, which will give an indication of who to talk to at the Open Day.
SU also offers career guidance to Grade 11 and 12 pupils.
This service includes a psychometric assessment of personality, aptitude and interests, individual conversations and a written report of the results and recommendations.
Contactsvs@sun.ac.za; or 021 808 4709 for bookings.