University of Johannesburg UJ
University of Johannesburg has a student population of over 50 000, with about 3000 international students who come from 80 different countries.
Recognised as the country's second strongest brand, UJ offers world-class, internationally recognised academic programmes based on curricula informed by cutting-edge developments in both undergraduate and postgraduate education, and that are designed to prepare students for the world of work and for global citizenship.
The curriculum is increasingly reflective of previously marginalised scholarship that talks to a transformation and decolonisation agenda, with Africa at its core.
UJ has transformed into a diverse, inclusive, transformational and collegial institution, with a student population of over 50 000, of which more than 3000 are international students from 80 countries. This makes UJ one of the largest contact universities in South Africa (SA) from the 26 public universities that make up the higher education system.
The faculties at the University of Johannesburg are:
- College of Business and Economics
- Faculty of Health Sciences
- Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture
- Faculty of Humanities
- Faculty of Education
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment
- Faculty of Science
They offer a very wide range of course from diplomas to degrees to postgraduate courses. Please view the UJ website and prospectus for full details.
UJ Online Courses
UJ also offers a wide range of online courses. These range from short courses to full certificates, degrees and postgraduate courses.
University of Johannesburg Online Application
The web application process is available for to apply for study at UJ from the 1st of April each year to study in the following calendar year.
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