- #501 Ranking
- Public Institution Type
The NWU officially came into being on 1 January 2004 as part of the South African government’s plan to transform higher education. In our case, this saw a historically white university and a historically black university merging to create a new university where South Africans from all walks of life have come together.
The spirit of the university is reflected in the way we unlock the future for people and enable them to make their dreams come true. This spirit runs across all our activities and operations, from our academic offerings and research to our student body, community engagement and sports achievements.
For many years, the NWU has been at the heart of technology advances that support the use and development of South Africa's 11 official languages. Now, as host of a national research infrastructure, the South African Centre for Digital Language Resources, the NWU will be able to take its commitment to multilingualism a major step forward.
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Office for Students with Special Needs
The Ferdinand Postma Library is located in the heart of the Potchefstroom campus. There are five floors in the Library on which a variety of services are available.
My experience at the university of bamenda was a good one since our teachers were always there to direct and correct.
my overall study was average
The registration and orientation week was my highlight, everything was perfect and there were people to help us settle in without feeling that we weren't home. On the other hand, the independence was something else, no one tells you to go to class or to read you just need to know and be focused on one thing which is making sure to get good grades. The internet is always on...