Rhodes University (Grahamstown, South Africa), founded in 1904, has a well-known academic reputation in its country. Rhodes University (RU) is a small, non-profit, public university with just over 8,200 students enrolled, of whom 18% are foreign students from 54 countries. This confirms that Rhodes is a dynamic educational institution.
Rhodes University has a good reputation among the universities of South Africa, currently ranking fifth in the national rating (and 587 - the world list of the best educational institutions). The institution also statistically shows the best research results per academic officer. Of the more than 8,000 students - 30% are graduate students.
Students come here from all over southern Africa, including Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe. A large number of foreign students reinforces the cosmopolitan nature of campus life. At the same time, Rhodes can also be described as the most South African university, attracting students from all provinces of the country.
Students have the opportunity to receive a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate diplomas in the faculties of humanities, pharmacy, law and education. Due to the most favorable ratio of the number of teachers and students among universities in South Africa, Rhodes students are guaranteed easy access to teachers, as well as close monitoring of their instruction by teachers.
An important factor in this regard is the small size of the university. The university, together with its unique system of living, manages to maintain unusually close contacts between students and teachers in an environment that promotes communication and learning. Small classes - this is an increased amount of personal attention of the teacher, as well as more active involvement of students in the work. Due to the high quality of education, the university has earned a worldwide reputation. All academic degrees of Rhodes are internationally recognized.
At Rhodes University, you can choose curricula at the following academic departments:
RU graduates students who can contribute to the economic and social development of a democratic society.
University graduates find their place in a competitive labor market and are highly valued by employers around the world. The educational institution helps to prepare for a chosen career, developing skills that employers want to see through work experience, volunteering and social activities.
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The university campus is considered one of the most beautiful in the country and is located in the outskirts of Grahamstown (South Africa), away from the bustle of the city, in a picturesque area. Its unique character among universities in South Africa, Rhodes University was due to a combination of historical, geographical, cultural and architectural factors. Some campus buildings are of considerable historical interest. Currently, about 150 buildings are located on campus, including 51 residences, playgrounds with an area of 203 hectares and sports facilities.
Almost 50% of the students of Rhodes and the majority of undergraduates live in university dormitories, there are also special residences for graduate students. Dormitories play an important role in the overall development of students, including stimulating leadership and communication skills. Numerous university clubs and societies provide students with ample opportunities to participate in various intellectual, social, cultural and sporting events, as well as to establish and develop many valuable skills.
Students can use the university’s library and infrastructure to prepare for classes. The University’s landscaped and flower gardens invite students to study outdoors, and often study groups conduct classes under century trees on St. Peter’s campus. Climatic features contribute to sports activities all year round. RU is popular for walking and cycling, athletics, team sports. Students are involved in conducting art classes and recreational activities.
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- some schools have a specific time frame (September-November - please specify an individual school)
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