Engineering
Welcome to Stellenbosch University

MEng or PhD at the Faculty of Engineering?

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  • ​​​Are you currently one of the top final-year BEng or BScEng students at a prominent university in South Africa, and have you ever considered enrolling for postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Engineering, Stellenbosch University?
  • If so, click on THIS link in order to apply for an all-expenses-paid trip to the Faculty of Engineering (Stellenbosch) from 6 - 8 September 2018.  In order to qualify for this incredible opportunity, you'll need to include a certified copy of your complete undergraduate study record (including 2018) in your application.   
  • Whilst at Stellenbosch, you'll get the opportunity to check out our excellent research facilities, talk to prospective supervisors about possible research topics, learn more about our postgraduate funding opportunities, and experience a tour of our beautiful Winelands!     
  • ​​Application closin​​g date:  14 August 2018 (a limited number of applicants will be selected, and the successful candidates will be informed telephonically or via email on 16 August 2018).
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The Faculty of Engineering is one of South Africa's major producers of high-level engineers.  Established in 1944, it currently has five engineering departments, is housed in a large building complex, and has excellent teaching and research laboratories, as well as an extensive support infrastructure.  The Faculty's mission is to serve as a cost-effective source of excellent technical proficiency and professional leadership through teaching, research and service to industry and the community. 

The Engineering Faculty has a long tradition of close cooperation with industry, where both contract research and consultation for the industry are facilitated by various internal organisations.  

The Faculty currently has several international cooperation agreements in place, enabling postgraduate students to do part of their postgraduate studies and projects in a foreign country.  More information regarding these international partnerships is available from the Heads of Department.  

All students who do not have South African citizenship potentially have access to all the postgraduate programmes offered, provided that an official study permit is obtained and that all the admission requirements are met.  English is the medium of instruction at postgraduate level and, as such, all programmes are suitable for international students.