As from 2020 the Faculty of Science will offer three new streams leading to a BSc degree with a more interdisciplinary focus
- Stream: Biomedical Mathematical Sciences
- Stream: Applied Medicinal Chemistry
- Stream: Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
To read more about these streams, click here. For the curricula of these streams, click here.
The Faculty of Science is committed to the education of young people in the natural sciences to increase the knowledge base of our community, specifically in the fields of science and technology. We offer a variety of programmes designed to prepare our graduates to take up their role as scientific professionals and in addition to this, to equip students with sufficient background knowledge to enter postgraduate study programmes in Biodiversity and Ecology, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Human Life Sciences, Physics, Chemistry and Polymer Science, Earth Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Sport Science and Science Education.
The Faculty has introduced a number of interventions to support undergraduate students, such as a tutor programme in which students with problems are identified early and academic support provided. With regard to our language policy, at the first year level we attempt to provide tuition in Afrikaans and English in parallel groupings, with interpreting services offered as and where needed from the second year level.
For study and programme enquiries contact
Ms W Wagener
Tel: +27 21 808 3063
For registration, programme and module changes contact
Mr B Abels
Tel: +27 21 808 4832
To apply online, click here
Science Winter Week for prospective students
The popular Science Winter Week provides learners who are interested in a career in the Natural Sciences the ideal opportunity to find out more information about the study programmes offered in the Faculty of Science, the various disciplines and career opportunities available in these fields of science.
For more information, contact
Mariétta van den Worm
Winter Week Application Form
Science Winter Week