Partnership opportunities with Stellenbosch University

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In Stellenbosch, business and higher education share an interest in the town becoming a place where intellectual capital is transformed into economic capital with a view to changing the world.

There is business value in intellectual research when companies can tap into the resources of the university to explore relevant topics. The university has the material, human and institutional resources to explore real, current and future business problems.

The Technopark SRA and Stellenbosch University wish to promote the building of mutually-beneficial partnerships between the University and businesses in Stellenbosch. This page is dedicated to offering up-to-date information to the Techno Park community regarding events, activities and opportunities at the University. Please join our dedicated newsletter below by filling out the contact form.

 


Event Updates


🗓️ 24 May - University of Stellenbosch Business School Celebrates Africa

In celebration of Africa Day, the University of Stellenbosch Business School will present a special Leader's Angle where Dr Nic Spaull, Senior Researcher in the Economics Department, will talk about how children from different African language groups learn to read, and explores the effects these differences have on education and prosperity in Africa. The event starts at 07:30 at the Bellville Park Campus.

🗓️ 28 May - Stias Lecture: NoViolet Bulawayo

NoViolet Bulawayo, a Jones Lecturer in Fiction at the Stanford University and a STIAS fellow will present a talk with the title: Notes from Glory. She will read from her novel-in-progress centering around the unexpected fall of a long-serving leader of a fictional country, and the chaotic aftermath that succeeds him. For more information, contact Nel-Mari Loock (021 808 2652).

🗓️ 28 May - Centre of Teaching and Learning Lunch-hour

The Centre for Teaching and Learning will host a lunch-hour session where Dr Michael Schmeisser will talk about 'The scariest module I ever had to lecture – a soft-skill module in a hard-skill environment'. For more information and to RSVP contact Nothemba Nqayi (021 808 3717).

🗓️ 30 May - After School Game Changer

The Division for Social Impact will host the After School Game Changer seminar. Discussions at the seminar will focus on how enrichment programmes, which takes place after formal school hours, can act as an opportunity to close the gap for under-resourced learners. The seminar will start at 09:30 in Room 5003 of the GG Cillie Building. For more information and to RSVP contact Chrishar Rock.

🗓️ 1 June - CT scanner training courses at Central Analytical Facility

The Central Analytical Facility offers monthly CT scanner training courses. The aim of these courses are to provide an easy introduction to using CT for your research or industrial application and giving insight into how it works and how you can best make use of it. The training is split into four blocks/courses – any or all of these can be done, once per month over two days (4 hrs per course). For bookings, please email Muofhe Tshibalanganda or book here

🗓️ 3 June - Inaugural lecture of Prof Coenie Koegelenberg

Prof Coenie Koegelenberg from the Division of Pulmonology at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, will deliver his inaugural lecture entitled 'The Significance of Sound: Learning Through Listening'. The lecture starts at 17:30 in Lecture Hall 5 of the Education Building on the Tygerberg Campus. RSVP to Meggan Ceylon (021 808 9202).

🗓️ 23 - 27 June - CT scanner training courses at Central Analytical Facility

Stellenbosch University's Faculty of Science will host its popular Science Winter Week for Grade 11 and 12 learners interested in following a career in the mathematical sciences, the physical or biological sciences.

The Science Winter Week, which will take place from 23-27 June 2019, offers learners the opportunity to gain first-hand experience of BSc-related study programmes offered in the Faculty of Science and career options

For more information, contact Ms Ntsiki Langa or 021 808 2681

Stellenbosch University can offer assistance with your recruitment

  • Three on-campus Career Fairs 6 – 8 August (closing date for registration 14 June)
  • Advertising in Graduate Recruitment Booklet (closing date for submissions 24 May)
  • Mass email communication to students (ongoing)
  • On-campus interview and assessment facilities (ongoing)
  • Advertising on online Careers website (ongoing)
  • Registering as an employer and advertising job opportunities on Career Services Management System (ongoing)

Contact the Unit at (021) 808-3568 or e-mail careerservices@sun.ac.za

 


Contact Details


Anneke Muller: annekem@sun.ac.za

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